Maria was really brilliant guide with encyclopaedic knowledge of the era. Very impressed from start to finish. Would highly recommend this tour.
Meet your guide near Zoologischer Garten train station, and together explore a route of key locations under the Third Reich and during the final Battle of Berlin, including the Luftwaffe headquarters and the Ministry of Propaganda. Follow the route of the final Soviet assault, eventually reaching the Reichstag itself.
Next, stop at the Soviet War Memorial, before heading onto the headquarters of Hitler’s Nazi government, the New Reich Chancellery, to view Hitler’s bunker and learn more about the events leading up to his suicide in April 1945. Listen as your professional guide shares insights into daily life under Nazi rule and discuss the events that caused Hitler’s unique rise to absolute power, including the Lebensraum policy, and find yourself immersed in the dramatic events that led to end of the Third Reich.
Conclude your tour in a designated central location, and leave with a thorough appreciation of the events that culminated in the Nazi surrender, and the locations that shaped them.
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On the 19th July I did this tour with Taylor as our guide. He was fantastic! Extremely knowledgeable and interesting with a great balance of factual detail and smaller 'stories'. As a history teacher I thought I may get stuck listening to information I already...More
Being a WW2 history reader, I can recommend this tour for the young and old, Rarly do I hear new information about the last days of WW2 around Berlin. However this tour packed in a lot of sights and strategic points of interest that will...More
If you enjoy history, like to walk, and JJ is your guide, you've got a great four hours ahead of you. JJ was enthusiastic, delivered his presentation well, and really knows his stuff. We observed the scars left to remember by the people of Berlin...More
Wow is all I can say For £13 for 4 hours,what great value JJ our tour guide was superb he knew his stuff and put it across with enthusiasm and real humour. Being a practicing teacher he would get an ofsted outstanding. We covered a...More