Explore the beating heart of Berlin and visit the city's most iconic monuments from the comfort of your own home using your computer. Travel the world safely, responsibly and sustainably, and interact live in real time with a local to discover the German capital's rich culture and history.
This is a private virtual tour, but not limited to one device – so you can share the link and have your family and friends, wherever they are, join the experience too. You will enter into a video call with your professional guide and explore the city with them. The entire tour is interactive, and you will be able to interact with your guide, access in tour content such as photos and videos, and ask questions whenever you like.
The video calling software used for the tour is called Zoom. You will need to have it downloaded on your laptop, tablet or cellphone – with a connection to speakers or headphones – in order to participate in the tour.
We begin at the German Parliament building, burned down after Hitler’s rise to power, now a bold symbol of modern German democracy.
We then take a short walk through the lush greenery of Berlin's 'Central Park'.
Next we spend time exploring this expansive monument that pays tribute to Soviet soldiers who fell during the Battle of Berlin, and see the first two T34 tanks that entered the city at the end of WWII.
Leaving the Soviet Memorial we walk next down the Straße des 17. Juni to see where Ronald Reagan challenged Mikhail Gorbachev to 'Tear down this Wall!' in 1987, before walking through the portals of Berlin and Germany's most important monument.
This tour starts at 6:00PM (18:00) Berlin time on Saturdays.
You will need to have video calling software Zoom downloaded onto a device to participate.
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