|Half-day tour by car||€465.00|
|Full-day tour on foot||€420.00|
|Full-day tour by bike||€420.00|
|Full-day tour by car||€930.00|
|Half-day tour on foot||€260.00|
|Half-day tour by bike||€260.00|
This is one of the most gruesome events in the history of mankind and causes equal parts of repulsion and fascination almost universally. Our third Reich tour goes in depth on not only the horrifying events but also the causes and repercussions which seem more relevant today than ever before.
Our guides have been pounding the pavement in Berlin for over a decade, bringing the complexities and contradictions of this fascinating city to visitors and locals alike. Many of them have advanced degrees in history, art, architecture and all of them share the same passion for the German capital which we all now call home.
Every tour can be custom tailored to your exacting specifications and we offer every conceivable variety of transportation, from bicycles, cars, buses, Segway, to solar boats, to beer bikes – please contact us to receive a quote for a preferred mode of transportation.
Our tours are designed for your comfort and begin and end where and when you specify.
Please take advantage of our combined over 30 years experience working in the tourist field in Berlin and ask us for suggestions on restaurants, art galleries, exhibitions and special events in the German capital.
Germany’s history can be overwhelming but our guides are renowned for their ability to take this extremely complex subject and make it accessible for any and all ages, nationalities and levels of interest and education.
In order to truly comprehend the horror of the Holocaust one must first understand the roots of the rise on global anti-Semitism as well as Germany’s defeat in WWI. To achieve this we begin the tour with an overview of Germany’s rapid rise to power after the wars of unification culminating with the defeat of France in 1871 and cover all points leading up to the final battle for Berlin.
Some of the points of interest include: the Reichstag, the site of the T-4 program, the Holocaust Memorial, the former Jewish quarter with the largest Jewish population in Germany, the site of the former SS and Gestapo Headquarters, the “Topography of Terror” and much more.