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Private Walking Tour: World War 2 and Cold War Sites in Berlin

Private Walking Tour: World War 2 and Cold War Sites in Berlin - Berlin, Germany
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Berlin, Germany

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$45.56

Discover Berlin’s tumultuous history on a private 4-hour historical walking tour. Your private guide will tailor the tour to meet your interests, so you can choose to focus on World War 2, the Cold War or combine both elements for a full Berlin historical experience ... More info ›

Discover Berlin’s tumultuous history on a private 4-hour historical walking tour. Your private guide will tailor the tour to meet your interests, so you can choose to focus on World War 2, the Cold War or combine both elements for a full Berlin historical experience. Regardless of your focus, you’ll see the Berlin Wall, the Reichstag, the Brandenburg Gate, espionage points of the CIA and KBG and Hitler's bunker.

On this private walking tour of Berlin, tailor the tour to your interests for a personalized Berlin experience. Whether you are interested in the history of WW2, the Cold War or both, your guide will show you top Berlin attractions such as the Brandenburg Gate, the Berlin Wall, the Reichstag and Hitler’s bunker -- the epicenter of the Nazi regime.


If you’re interested in WW2, visit monuments for those who opposed the regime, including Claus von Stauffenberg, and for those who lost their lives during those cruel times. Learn about Albert Speer's Berlin and plans for Germania, as well as the Soviet Monumentalism. Hear stories about the titanic struggle from Stalingrad through the fall of the Third Reich's Capital during the Battle of Berlin.


If you’re interested in the Cold War, visit espionage points of the CIA and KBG, learn about Operation Gold or secret Stasi operatives, and stop by Checkpoint Charlie and the Soviet Embassy. In addition, hear interesting reports about how life was for Berlin's citizens during the Cold War and the separation of Germany.


Get deep insights into the history that made Berlin what it is today. To ensure you get the most out of your tour, please include any specific requests at the time of booking. For example itineraries, please see the Itinerary section.

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Private Tour: Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Memorial from Berlin

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

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$67.75

Visit the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Memorial on this private tour from Berlin. With a licensed 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.

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 ... More info ›

Visit the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Memorial on this private tour from Berlin. With a licensed 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.

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.

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, and are licensed and trained by official memorial authority.

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Private Tour to Highline 179, Ruin Ehrenberg and Fort Claudia

Private Tour to Highline 179, Ruin Ehrenberg and Fort Claudia - Füssen, Germany

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Füssen, Germany

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$46.61

Enjoy a privat tour from Füssen to the Guinness World Record holding suspension bridge, having a heigh of 115m and lenght of 406m. The bridge does connect the Ehrenberg ruins with Fort Claudia ... More info ›

Enjoy a privat tour from Füssen to the Guinness World Record holding suspension bridge, having a heigh of 115m and lenght of 406m. The bridge does connect the Ehrenberg ruins with Fort Claudia. You will have enough time to walk around this beautiful place and enjoy the ancient ruins. The travel time from Füssen to the sight is about 15-20 minutes.

The Tour includes a privat transport to this attraction and the tickets for the highline 179. 

Built in 1296, Ehrenberg Castle offers everything you would expect from a medieval castle, fortified walls, high towers and a great deal of history. The Gothic castle complex housed emperors and kings, princes and tsars, history was truly written here. Take a seat between the walls and listen to yourself, in the whisper of the mountain wind you will hear the voices of the past and dream of times long past.

The highline179 is a pedestrian suspension bridge in the form of a rope bridge over the Fernpassstraße B 179 south of Reutte in Tyrol (Austria). The highline 179 is registered in the Guinness World records with a height of 113 to 114 m over the Ehrenberg castles and connects the Ehrenberg ruins with Fort Claudia. The position of the bridge was chosen so that, with a span of 406 m, it was one of the longest pedestrian suspension bridges in the world at the time of completion.

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Private Berlin David Bowie Walking Tour with a Historian Guide

Private Berlin David Bowie Walking Tour with a Historian Guide - Berlin, Germany

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Berlin, Germany

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$390.00

Discover the Berlin that inspired legendary musician David Bowie's "Berlin Trilogy" during this private, 3-hour tour led by a professional historian. Starting at the legendary club Zoo Station, follow Bowie's trail to the flat he shared with Iggy Pop ... More info ›

Discover the Berlin that inspired legendary musician David Bowie's "Berlin Trilogy" during this private, 3-hour tour led by a professional historian. Starting at the legendary club Zoo Station, follow Bowie's trail to the flat he shared with Iggy Pop. Stroll by the Hansa studios where where Low and Heroes were recorded, and learn about how the dystopian angst of Cold War-era Berlin influenced Bowie's creativity.

    Select a start time when booking your tour, then meet your personal guide at Berlin's Cafe Orange to begin this distinctly rock "n" roll tour. With just your group and your guide – who is a professor, doctoral students, historian, journalist, art critic, or published author – learn about musician David Bowie's long history with the city of Berlin.

    Step back in time to the decadent 1970’s city that inspired Bowie’s classic Berlin Trilogy albums. Visit some of the clubs and cafes that Bowie frequented, follow his trail to the apartment building he shared with Iggy Pop, and see the legendary Hansa Studios, where Low and Heroes were recorded. The tour concludes after three hours of exploration, after which you'll have the option to have a drink at a local cafe with your group and your guide (at your own expense).

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    Private Guided Walking Tour of Jewish Berlin History

    Private Guided Walking Tour of Jewish Berlin History - Berlin, Germany

    Duration: 3 hours
    Location: Berlin, Germany

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    $390.00

    This private guided 3-hour history tour will be covering 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 ›

    This private guided 3-hour history tour will be covering 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. 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 dramatic anti-Jewish violence in their homelands.
    The tour route is flexible and can be customized upon your request.

    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. 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.

    During this private guided tour 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.

    Examining visual material such as photographs from Jewish street vendors and old newspapers, we 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. We 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.

    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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    Private day excursion from Heidelberg with Mercedes S-class

    Private day excursion from Heidelberg with Mercedes S-class - Heidelberg, Germany

    Duration: 6 to 8 hrs
    Location: Heidelberg, Germany

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    $817.69

    This private tour will take you in a most luxurious Mercedes-S-class limousine on a day trip to see the beautiful country side around Heidelberg. Sites visited include Heppenheim, Starkenburg, Lorsch Abbey, castles and beautiful scenery along the Rhine ... More info ›

    This private tour will take you in a most luxurious Mercedes-S-class limousine on a day trip to see the beautiful country side around Heidelberg. Sites visited include Heppenheim, Starkenburg, Lorsch Abbey, castles and beautiful scenery along the Rhine. There will be time for a nice lunch (price not included).

    Your professional and friendly driver/guide Manfred will pick you up from your hotel or apartment in Heidelberg (or a place nearby). His Mercedes-S-class with leather seats, massage and other modern features will make you feel like you're in heaven. The first stop on your day exursion will be Heppenheim, a very quaint historic town which is often the backdrop for Bollywood movies. Next will be a visit of the 11th century castle of Starkenburg, as well as a the beautiful state park of Fürstenlager where you will have time to enjoy a wonderful lunch (price not included).  Lorsch Abbey, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is one of the most famous abbeys of the Carolingian Empire. On your way back you will cross the river Rhine and conclude your trip with a visit to Worms and its famous cathedral (which you may know from the Tale of the Nibelungen.  Your driver will then return with you to Heidelberg.

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