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Free english walking tour

Free english walking tour - Berlin, Germany

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Berlin, Germany

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$2.34

Spanish Free Walking Tour Berlin

This free walking tour is highly recommended to see Berlin and ist history in just three hours. An great tour by excellent local guides who really loves history.
Our guides will share with you stories and experiences you could not find in any guide of Berlin ... More info ›

Spanish Free Walking Tour Berlin

This free walking tour is highly recommended to see Berlin and ist history in just three hours. An great tour by excellent local guides who really loves history.
Our guides will share with you stories and experiences you could not find in any guide of Berlin. Explore with them this incredible city with our free walking tour.

This free walking tour is highly recommended to see Berlin and ist history in just three hours. An great tour by excellent local guides who really loves history.
Our guides will share with you stories and experiences you could not find in any guide of Berlin. Explore with them this incredible city with our free walking tour.

The free walking Tour includes:

  • Museum Island
  • Berlin Cathedral
  • Berlin Wall
  • Humboldt University
  • Gendarmenmarkt
  • Bebelpaltz
  • Luftwaffe Head Quartier
  • Topography of Terror
  • the site of Hitler’s  bunker
  • Checkpoint Charlie
  • Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe
  • Brandenburg Gate
  • unter den Linden ….

Our guides are in yellow in front of the American Embassy and near Berlin’s historic  Brandenburg Gate, Pariser Platz 2, Berlin.
We start our free Tour Every day at 10.30

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GDR Watch Tower Berlin Admission Ticket

GDR Watch Tower Berlin Admission Ticket - Berlin, Germany

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Berlin, Germany

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$4.09

During the night of August 13, 1961 Berlin finds itself suddenly divided by barbed wire. Two days later, the construction of the Wall commences with concrete bricks and ten foot precast slabs ... More info ›

During the night of August 13, 1961 Berlin finds itself suddenly divided by barbed wire. Two days later, the construction of the Wall commences with concrete bricks and ten foot precast slabs. The dividing line between the Russian and Western occupation sectors becomes an almost insurmountable obstacle.

Visit: DDR Watch Tower

The first watchtowers are made from wood, offering little or no protection. Soon, they were replaced by the type preserved here, with a round tower shaft and the octagonal observation booth mounted on top. Later, yet another type with a square footprint was introduces for use as section command posts. Two of those are still in existence today.
The observation tower BT6 located at the Erna-Berger-Strasse consists of six round elements and was erected in 1971. The range for bullets fired from the canopy covered a quadrant from the Tiergarten on the left and almost reaching the Brandenburg Gate on the north. Two guards manned this tower around the clock. There was a strict order to shoot in the event of any border violation. Later, this tower was also protecting access to the “House of Ministries”. There were over 200 towers of this type installed along the Berlin border. This BT6 is the last example of its kind.
Since 2001 this tower has been covered by the German monument protection act. But, thereafter, it was more or less forgotten and fell into disrepair.


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Brandenburg Gate Museum: History Time Travel Show

Brandenburg Gate Museum: History Time Travel Show - Berlin, Germany
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Duration: 45 to 75 minutes
Location: Berlin, Germany

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$5.84

The Brandenburg Gate Museum tells more than 300 years of living history through a multimedia time travel at the scene. Situated close to the most important landmark the Brandenburg Gate, the museum combines film, sound and emotion into a spectacular multimedia-show ... More info ›

The Brandenburg Gate Museum tells more than 300 years of living history through a multimedia time travel at the scene. Situated close to the most important landmark the Brandenburg Gate, the museum combines film, sound and emotion into a spectacular multimedia-show. 87 hightech screens with 180 million pixels as well as a 38 channel-surround-sound system allow visitors to witness the most important periods of German history such as the Golden Twenties, the Fall of the Berlin Wall or the 2014 football World Cup.

Additionally, an exhibition documents the historical events and the dramatic changes that took place around the Brandenburg Gate.

Visit: Brandenburg Gate Museum

Let the Brandenburg Gate Museum Berlin take you on a time travel from 1650 to today: From the construction of the Brandenburg Gate, the seizure and return of the Quadriga, and the establishment of the German Empire to the age of rapid industrialization, the outbreak of World War I, and the Roaring Twenties. See the city become the capital of the Third Reich and the center of nightmarish destruction, followed by a period of 40 years in which Berlin became the symbol of the division of Germany and a world split into two blocks. Witness how mass protests and a peaceful revolution lead to the Fall of the Wall and a new start for the entire country. Feel the pumping bass of 1990s techno music at the Love Parade and join the German National Football Team as it celebrates its victory at the Brandenburg Gate.

Take an emotional and revealing trip through world history right where it all happened – the Brandenburg Gate. The Gate Berlin is the key to the history of a city that has seen it all and, at the same time, has it all ahead of it. Take your time as you watch the 20-minute multimedia show as often as you like. The adjacent Treasure Chamber displays a collection of historical pictures documenting the dramatic changes Pariser Platz has gone through over the centuries. Meet Nike, the goddess of victory. As the one steering the Quadriga, she has been sitting atop the Brandenburg Gate since 1793 and knows Pariser Platz like no one else. Our Treasure Chamber provides the opportunity to contemplate the world's only exact replica of the Nike sculpture. Make sure to also visit the exhibition's café that offers a breathtaking view of the Brandenburg Gate.

Experience historical milestones as you are surrounded by 87 high-tech screens. 180 million pixels and a 36-channel sound system provide an experience for all the senses. This multimedia show is suitable for all age groups and visitors from across the globe.

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Teufelsberg Berlin Entrance Ticket

Teufelsberg Berlin Entrance Ticket - Berlin, Germany

Duration: 1 day
Location: Berlin, Germany

From USD
$5.84

The team at Teufelsberg welcomes you daily to take you on a journey through the history of the station, to enjoy one of the most spectacular views of the city.

The 'Silent Commitment' tour is a free visit to the safe areas of the radar station, with no historical information. In the silent walk, you have the opportunity to get an impression of the complexity and the impressive structures of the Field Station ... More info ›

The team at Teufelsberg welcomes you daily to take you on a journey through the history of the station, to enjoy one of the most spectacular views of the city.

The 'Silent Commitment' tour is a free visit to the safe areas of the radar station, with no historical information. In the silent walk, you have the opportunity to get an impression of the complexity and the impressive structures of the Field Station. Explanations of the terrain and the history are, however, reserved for the historical tour.

The silhouette of Teufelsberg shapes the image of the capital. Although the Teufelsberg is no longer the highest mountain in Berlin, the history of the area is much more extensive. At the time of the emperors and kings, the area was a mystical place, crisscrossed by marshes and bogs.

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Hohentubingen Castle Tubingen Admission Ticket

Hohentubingen Castle Tubingen Admission Ticket - Tübingen, Germany

Duration: 1 to 3 hrs
Location: Tübingen, Germany

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$5.84

Admire many superlatives of cultural history such as the oldest figurative art of mankind (UNESCO World Heritage "Ice Age Art") or the oldest musical instrument in the world. Learn more about the UNESCO World Heritage Site "Pile Dwellings", the Egyptian offering chamber of Seschemnefer III, the "Tübingen Hoplite" and the Malanggan artworks from New Ireland.

The Museum of the University of Tübingen MUT offers numerous exhibitions and collections ... More info ›

Admire many superlatives of cultural history such as the oldest figurative art of mankind (UNESCO World Heritage "Ice Age Art") or the oldest musical instrument in the world. Learn more about the UNESCO World Heritage Site "Pile Dwellings", the Egyptian offering chamber of Seschemnefer III, the "Tübingen Hoplite" and the Malanggan artworks from New Ireland.

The Museum of the University of Tübingen MUT offers numerous exhibitions and collections. Discover exciting objects and fascinating insights.

Old Cultures
The MUT at Schloss Hohentübingen protects the world over unique treasures such as the earliest works of art and musical instruments.

Ancient Art
Which objects did the ancient Greeks and Romans use on a daily basis? The Collection of Classical Archeology displays objects from everyday life and funerary customs of the ancient Mediterranean peoples. The most famous piece is the "Tübingen Hoplite", a bronze statuette of an Olympic champion.

Gods + Graves
How did the Egyptians bury their dead? The Egyptian Collection represents an impressive spectrum of funerary rites with mummy masks, coffins and grave goods. The highlight of the department is the offering chamber of Seschemnefer III. from Giza.

Origins of Art
When did the first works of art come about? The highlights of the Collection of Early Prehistory are the Ice Age figurines made of mammoth ivory, like the world famous Vogelherd horse. They date back  around 40,000 years and are among the world's oldest works of art.

Antique Sculptures
What were the important sculptures of antiquity? The plaster casts of famous statues, reliefs and architectural fragments from the Collection of Classical Archeology offer a fascinating tour through the history of ancient art.

Schlosslabor Tübingen
The new, interactive exhibition is located directly at the world's oldest workplace of biochemistry - in the former castle kitchen.

World Cultures
The exhibition of the Ethnological Collection enables a fascinating journey through areas of the South Seas and the Amazonian lowlands.

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Farina Fragrance Museum in Cologne Admission Ticket

Farina Fragrance Museum in Cologne Admission Ticket - Cologne, Germany
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Duration: 45 minutes
Location: Cologne, Germany

From USD
$5.84

Enjoy a visit at the Fragrance Museum Farina-House and see where the success story of Eau de Cologne began 300 years ago in Cologne. In 1709 Johann Maria Farina invented the most famous water in the world and this classy perfume is still made today by the same family in the same house.

The perfumer Johann Maria Farina named the famous fragrance after his chosen place of residence: Eau de Cologne ... More info ›

Enjoy a visit at the Fragrance Museum Farina-House and see where the success story of Eau de Cologne began 300 years ago in Cologne. In 1709 Johann Maria Farina invented the most famous water in the world and this classy perfume is still made today by the same family in the same house.

The perfumer Johann Maria Farina named the famous fragrance after his chosen place of residence: Eau de Cologne. This founded the success of the Farina perfume dynasty. In the 18th century no patent rights existed and many copycat versions of the perfume quickly appeared on the market. Due to these incidents, the Eau de Cologne is designated today as a perfume category. Art related artifacts, photos, and furniture are evidence of the worldwide connections to the Farina perfume dynasty. You can smell a variety of different essences at the museum. Detailed descriptions from the extraction of essences to the development of perfumes from flowers, for example clearly convey the effort, creativity, and irrefutable talent of this perfumer.

The general guided museums tour (in English) leads you down the stairs and into the original arched cellar where the fragrance has been produced for about 300 years. A barrel made of cedar from the time of the company’s founding has withstood the test of time can also be seen. The replica of a still, just like the one Johann Maria Farina would have used in the 18th century concretely shows the complicated art of distillation. Photos show the development of perfume production over the last 300 years.

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