What To Expect Arrive at Berlin’s Historic Centre, where you’ll meet your knowledgeable guide. Begin your walking and eating exploration by heading to Berlin’s street art filled alleyways, Historic Jewish Quarter local bars getting to know the city's turbulent history from 1865 and 1989. If you start to feel hungry for more than just information, not to worry: a stop at one of Berlin’s best kebab shops is just around the corner. Continue your foot-powered food adventure as you explore some of East Berlin’s trendiest art galleries, Soviet-era boulevards and colourful street art before taking a break for ‘Flammkuchen,’ a flatbread style German tart at a local restaurant. You’ll also stop by another boutique bakery, where you can sample a variety of cakes and pastries. Still have room for more tasty snacks? Enjoy some Currywurst, with a homemade cold war special sauce, one of Berlin’s most iconic sausage meals. You’ll finish your trip at a local brewery to taste a fresh German beer.
This all-encompassing tour of all Berlin Highlights includes a comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle and a live local, professional tour guide. Our passionate guide will take you to all the main sights of Berlin and explain the complex history of Germany and its capital.
Our expert team has been organizing these tours for nearly a decade. We have imparted our knowledge, passion, and enthusiasm for our unique and beautiful city to thousands of satisfied passengers.
This tour can be started at Rostock and Warnemunde's port or from a Berlin hotel.
Berlin Third Reich and Cold War 2-Hour Walking Tour
Learn the tumultuous contemporary history of Berlin on a guided walking tour of the city's iconic Third Reich and Cold War sights. See the Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag and Soviet War Memorial. Walk through the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, a poignant dedication to the Jewish victims of the Holocaust/Shoah.
Visit the site of Hitler’s Bunker and witness Hermann Göring's enormous Ministry of Aviation, the place where the GDR was founded in 1949. Then go to the site of the former Gestapo and SS HQ, now the site of the Topography of Terror exhibition
Learn about the Berlin Wall, built in 1961 and hear details of the almost impenetrable "death strip". See the 200-meter long stretch of the Berlin Wall and view the location where successful escapes took place over the Wall. You'll hear stories about those people who did not make it and what their fates were..
Round off the tour at Checkpoint Charlie and learn about how the Wall came down in 1989 and all about German unity today.
Visit the sites from where Hitler and his henchmen, plotted and executed the conquest and eventual destruction of Europe. Over the 3 hour walking tour you will stand above the site of Hitler's bunker, where he committed suicide in 1945. See Soviet military hardware used in the battle for Berlin in 1945 at the soviet war memorial. Walk down Wilhelmstrasse where Nazi top brass plotted assults on enemy forces and planned the subjugation of millions of peoiple in occupied Europe.. Go to the Reichstag parliament building where a fateful fire in 1933 helped Hitler and the Nazi's dismantle democracy in Germany in 1933. Learn about the Berliners during this period, how they reacted to the bombing raids and living life under a dictatorship. See Hermann Goerings former airforce ministry, Goebbels' former propaganda HQ and various other sites that had great importance to the NSDAP.
Enjoy a 3-hour city tour of Berlin with a private driver/guide who will pick you up from your hotel. See all the major highlights of the city and learn about Berlin's history, the architecture, the Berliners and what makes Berlin such a special place.
Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Memorial: Bus Tour from Berlin
With this private, modern, air-con bus tour to the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Memorial, your professional, English-speaking guide will provide a commentary en route, preparing you with background information on the early years of the Nazi camp system. Drive through Oranienburg, the town where the camp was built and learn about how much the locals actually knew.
Sachsenhausen - the first concentration camp that was purposely built, opened in 1936 and was created to control, and intimdate the prisoners with brutal efficiency.
Enter the old barracks, learn about daily life for the inmates of the camp, and how slave labour, starvation, disease, torture and death were a part of daily life.
See the execution pit where people were gassed, shot or hanged by the brutal SS guards.
Walk through the small prison, pathology centre and infirmary where experimentation and murder took place.
Insider Tour donates €3 towards the restoration and upkeep of the former concentration camp.
Private taxi tour through Berlin East and West and neighborhood approx. 3-4 hours
In contrast to bus tours, on an individual taxi sightseeing tour you have the opportunity to stop almost everywhere - be it for a photo shoot, be it for a snack or a break, be it for a coffee. Or for a longer tour to take a closer look at an object or to have it explained to you (Berlin Cathedral, Hackesche Höfe, Brandenburg Gate, Gendarmenmarkt, Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, KaDeWe are recommended, for example). According to your interests and wishes! And in contrast to a walking tour, you don't just see a tiny section of our city. So combine the best of both perspectives with a taxi tour, just like I've always done with friends and relatives. Here you can immerse yourself in Berlin districts (Kieze) such as Kreuzberg or Friedrichshain. And enjoy the luxury of being picked up personally from your accommodation in the S-Bahn-Ring. And all in a real Berlin luxury taxi SUV!
Berlin Highlights and Hidden Sights Private Walking Tour
Discover Berlin’s highlights and main attractions on a private walking tour of Germany's capital. Your private guide will tailor the tour to meet your interests, so you can choose to see top sights such as the Berlin Wall, Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag parliament building and Checkpoint Charlie or on lesser-known places and hidden gems that group sightseeing tours often miss. Learn fascinating facts about Berlin's turbulent history during World War II and the Cold War, and listen as your guide explains what life was like for Berlin’s citizens during those times. Choose between a morning and afternoon departure with a duration of three or four hours.
Visit Dresden Old Town, Elbe sandstone rocks, and Moritzburg Palace on your way from Prague to Berlin.
Join our fun and easy-going road trip from Berlin to Prague through the picturesque town of Moritzburg, the magnificent city of Dresden, and discover the hidden gems of Saxon Switzerland National Park. We’ll bring you to places you’d never be able to visit in one day and help you discover the two countries in the best possible way.
Our knowledgeable local tour leaders take a small group, maximum of 8 people, for a fun-filled 10-hour road trip from Prague to Berlin. You will learn about the history, culture, and most importantly the people of both the Czech Republic and Germany.
Private Day Tour of Wannsee and Potsdam from Berlin
On your way to Potsdam you will see the Olympic Stadium, Wannsee, and the Bridge of Spies. In Potsdam stroll through the beautiful gardens, see Cecilienhof and Sanssouci, and also stop at the Baroque Old City, as well as the Dutch Quarter. This is a private, 5-hour tour led by a driver/guide providing live commentary on board an air-conditioned minivan. Group size is limited to 6 people. Please note that museums (Wannsee villa, Cecilienhof/site of Potsdam Conference) are closed on mondays.