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Live Room Escape Game Experience in Frankfurt

Live Room Escape Game Experience in Frankfurt - Frankfurt, Germany
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Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Frankfurt, Germany

From USD
$111.88

Experience a live escape from the room game, you will be trapped in a room with only 60 minutes to find the way out.

If you find the stories of Agatha Christie, Black & White (hunted Hunter) and Prison Break ( Alcatraz) exciting and interesting, this tour will offer you an unforgettable time. In this fun escape game a team of 2-7 members will be kept imprisoned in a mysterious room.The participants have to solve riddles and puzzles, find hidden objects and keys, various codes crack to free himself from the room.

Enjoy a 1-hour live escape game experience in a basement located rooms. In each rooms, players will need to solve the different type of puzzles and tasks ... More info ›

Experience a live escape from the room game, you will be trapped in a room with only 60 minutes to find the way out.

If you find the stories of Agatha Christie, Black & White (hunted Hunter) and Prison Break ( Alcatraz) exciting and interesting, this tour will offer you an unforgettable time. In this fun escape game a team of 2-7 members will be kept imprisoned in a mysterious room.The participants have to solve riddles and puzzles, find hidden objects and keys, various codes crack to free himself from the room.

Enjoy a 1-hour live escape game experience in a basement located rooms. In each rooms, players will need to solve the different type of puzzles and tasks. In this fun escape game a team of 2-7 members will be kept imprisoned in a mysterious room. 
Before the game begins, your group will be trained by the quiz master. To keep the mystery and the excitement alive we avoid giving any information about the rooms. Should there be an emergency, then it is possible to leave the room/game immediately.

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Marketplace and Dom Tour

Marketplace and Dom Tour - Bremen, Germany
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Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Bremen, Germany

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$23.31

In the Steps of the Bremen Town Musicians. Tour includes: Marketplace, Dom Cathedral, Rathaus, Roland Statue, Bremen Town Musicians Statue, Schütting House and Parliament building ... More info ›

In the Steps of the Bremen Town Musicians. Tour includes: Marketplace, Dom Cathedral, Rathaus, Roland Statue, Bremen Town Musicians Statue, Schütting House and Parliament building. No inside tours included but you can visit the Dom Cathedral´s inside after the tour on your own. Our Guide will give you details about the Cathedral at the end of the tour.

Discover the old town of Bremen and see the highlights of the city around the marketplace. Follow the footsteps of the Bremen Town Musicians and admire the Bremen Cathedral. Visit the sculpture of the Town Musicians by Gerhard Marcks and learn all about the fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm. See the imposing Rathaus and the Haus der Bürgerschaft, where the local government works daily. Admire the Bremen Cathedral, a romantic church built of sandstone and brick in the 11th century. In the late 19th century, it was renovated in its original style with 2 towers in the west and a neoromantic crossing tower. The cathedral has been under a historic preservation order since 1973.

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Small-Group Half-Day Guided Jewish Berlin History Walking Tour

Small-Group Half-Day Guided Jewish Berlin History Walking Tour - Berlin, Germany
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Berlin, Germany

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$105.00

Your focus for this 3-hour history tour will be the main sites of Berlin’s 19th and 20th century Jewish history and the districts of Spandauer Vorstadt and Scheunenviertel (known as the ‘Barn Quarter’) in Berlin-Mitte. Take in the graceful avenue Oranienburger Straße, where the magnificent New Synagoge was erected in 1866 ... More info ›

Your focus for this 3-hour history tour will be the main sites of Berlin’s 19th and 20th century Jewish history and the districts of Spandauer Vorstadt and Scheunenviertel (known as the ‘Barn Quarter’) in Berlin-Mitte. Take in the graceful avenue Oranienburger Straße, where the magnificent New Synagoge was erected in 1866. Learn not only of the conflicts between German Jews and Non-Jews but of tensions between the mostly assimilated German Jewry and the so-called Eastern Jews (‘Ostjuden’) who filled Berlin in the 1920s after fleeing anti-Jewish violence in their homelands.

Your walk begins at the remaining foundations of the so-called Old Synagogue, where your guide, a Jewish Studies scholar, helps you to grasp the challenges faced by German Jews during the middle ages and renaissance and to appreciate the rich cultural life developed by Berlin’s Jewish community in spite of their vulnerable status. Although the Jewish experience in Berlin began in the 13th century, intolerance was so entrenched that it took hundreds of years, until 1714, before Berlin’s first synagogue was erected in Heidereutgasse.

Taking in the graceful avenue Oranienburger Straße, where the magnificent New Synagoge was erected in 1866, you learn not only of the conflicts between German Jews and Non-Jews but of tensions between the mostly assimilated German Jewry and the so-called Eastern Jews (‘Ostjuden’) who filled Berlin in the 1920s after fleeing anti-Jewish violence in their homelands.

Examine visual material such as photographs from Jewish street vendors and old newspapers, and consider how Jewish life in Berlin became far more visible in the 1920s. For precisely this reason, the established German Jewish community often regarded the influx of Eastern Jews as potentially dangerous for their own status within German society. Stop at an example of this philanthropy, the former Jewish orphanage in Auguststraße, which today is home to an exhibit hall and a coffee shop. (If the current exhibition is dealing with a topic related to our tour, a visit of the exhibition should be taken into consideration.). The Jewish Cemetery on Große Hamburger Straße also gives a vivid impression of Berlin’s Jewish presence.

In front of the former Labor Office in Gormannstraße, we talk about the so-called Scheunenviertel Pogrom. By 1933, the ‘Barn Quarter’ became one of the first settings of the Nazis’ political purges in the capital city. We discuss the series of sinister events that lead to full implementation of Hitler’s “Final Solution” in Berlin while visiting sites that recall the Holocaust, such as the Missing House graphic, which lists the names of former Jewish residents and the Abandoned Room at Koppenplatz, which memorializes the Jews taken on the November 1938 Kristallnacht, and some of the city’s 1,400 Stolpersteine (stumbling cobblestones), reminders of the Shoah’s victims.

Before leaving the ‘Barn Quarter,’ we visit the kosher coffee shop ‘Beth-Café’ to consider the renewal of Berlin’s Jewish life today. Our last stop is the New Synagoge, the architecture of which symbolized and celebrated Jewish assimilation in Germany. It is thus one of the most moving sites on our walk. Today it is home to the Jewish community reviving in Berlin, and moreover houses a gallery with changing exhibitions that you may wish to visit in conclusion.

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Frankfurt Airport Private Arrival Transfer

Frankfurt Airport Private Arrival Transfer - Frankfurt, Germany
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Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Frankfurt, Germany

From USD
$33.98

Travel from Frankfurt International Airport to your Frankfurt City Hotel. Transfer services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

When making a booking, you will need to advise your flight details and your Frankfurt City Hotel details ... More info ›

Travel from Frankfurt International Airport to your Frankfurt City Hotel. Transfer services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

When making a booking, you will need to advise your flight details and your Frankfurt City Hotel details. Your transfer will be confirmed within 24 hours and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver.

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At time of booking, YOU MUST include the following flight and hotel details in the "Special Requirements" box:

  • Airline
  • Flight Number
  • Departing City / Arrival City
  • Arrival Time
  • Hotel Name
  • Hotel Address
  • Number of children under 12 years in your party (if applicable). Under German law, child seats are required for children under the age of 12.

Price is per person, based on 6 adults per car/vehicle.

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Private Tour: Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp from Berlin

Private Tour: Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp from Berlin - Berlin, Germany
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Duration: 6 hours
Location: Berlin, Germany

From USD
$67.60

Visit the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp on this private tour from Berlin. With a private guide who will answer your questions and tailor the tour to your interests, you’ll get in-depth insight to the history of the camp and the intentions behind it ... More info ›

Visit the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp on this private tour from Berlin. With a private guide who will answer your questions and tailor the tour to your interests, you’ll get in-depth insight to the history of the camp and the intentions behind it. This tour was researched and put together by Nigel Dunkley, a former British military attaché in Berlin and one of the leading military historians in the world.

During the 1936 Olympics, hosted by Nazi Germany, slave laborers were forced to build a new concentration camp just north of Berlin, intended to hold the Nazis’ political enemies. This camp was Sachsenhausen, and during the next decade some 200,000 people were imprisoned within the camp before it was evacuated by the Soviets in 1945. For another five years, the Soviets used the camp to imprison 60,000 war criminals, including Nazis and Nazi collaborators.

On this tour, you'll explore the Sachsenhausen memorial site with a private guide. See the cells, execution grounds, crematorium, pathology laboratory, hospital and other sites, and learn about the camp's history, those imprisoned here and why Nazi architects considered Sachsenhausen to have the ideal structure for a concentration camp.

This tour was researched and created by former British military attaché Nigel Dunkley, one of the world’s leading military historians. Your tour may or may not be led by Nigel; all private tour guides have their own special knowledge of the history of Sachsenhausen and are experienced in unraveling the complex history of World War II and the Holocaust.

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Cold War Walking Tour of Berlin

Cold War Walking Tour of Berlin - Berlin, Germany
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Berlin, Germany

From USD
$16.32

This guided Berlin walking tour will show you the staging ground of the military conflict between the Western world and the communist world. With your expert guide, see the Berlin Wall and hidden areas of the Death Strip, former guard towers and underground 'Ghost Stations', the Soviet Embassy and espionage points of the CIA and KGB ... More info ›

This guided Berlin walking tour will show you the staging ground of the military conflict between the Western world and the communist world. With your expert guide, see the Berlin Wall and hidden areas of the Death Strip, former guard towers and underground 'Ghost Stations', the Soviet Embassy and espionage points of the CIA and KGB. Learn about the leaders of East Germany, including Erich Honecker, and hear from your guide how life was like for Berlin's citizens during the almost 45 years of conflict.

On this Cold War walking tour through Berlin, discover the city’s Cold War-related sites and remember the nearly 45 years of political conflict that came to an end in 1991 with the fall of the Soviet Union.

Your expert guide will describe the duties of the border guards, the Soviet and Allied forces and the Stasi, as well as the CIA during the Cold War. Find out what happened to the German Democratic Republic (GDR) leadership, including Erich Honecker, Walter Ulbricht and Wilhelm Pieck. See and touch the remains of the Berlin Wall, which divided East and West Berlin for about 30 years, find out what life was like in the Eastern Bloc's most Stalinist state and hear stories about successful and failed escapes from the GDR.

As you walk from site to site, hear about the military tension between the United States and its NATO allies and the Soviet Union and its allies. See hidden areas of the Death Strip, and learn about how the MI6 and the CIA tunneled the Berlin Wall and Soviet Zone and tapped the Red Army's secret communications.

See the monumental former Soviet Embassy (today the Russian Embassy), located on the grand boulevard 'Unter den Linden' - in the heart of the enemy. See how it reflects the Stalinist architecture and stands out from those of the other structures on the boulevard. Discover intelligence points of the CIA, KGB and Stasi, and learn about their surveillance techniques and equipment. Hear about former eastern Germans in present society, from former Stasi agents to every-day citizens -- what do they miss about the GDR?

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