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This 3.5-hour Berlin Third Reich tour meets in front of the Starbucks at the Brandenburg Gate a little before 2:30p.m. Your tour starts right at 2:30p.m., so you won’t want to be late. Please note this tour involves a moderate amount of walking.

Follow your guide as he or she tells you stories about Berlin’s history and involvement with WWII. Pass by Hitler’s bunkers at Führerbunker, and stroll through the Jewish neighborhood. See important remembrance sites, such as Memorial to Homosexuals, Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, and Memorial to the Sinti and Roma Victims of National Socialism, as well as the Soviet War Memorial. Along the way, you’ll also catch sight of the New Synagogue and Reichstag building.

After your time is up your tour guide leaves you at the Jewish cemetery in Mitte at about 6p.m. Your plans for the rest of the evening are up to you.
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Reichstag Building
Brandenburg Gate
Soviet War Memorial
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Gain a better understanding of WWII’s impact on Berlin during this 3.5-hour Third Reich walking tour. Follow your guide through Germany’s capital, and learn about its dark WWII history. Stop by the Memorial to Homosexuals, Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe (Holocaust Memorial), and Memorial to the Sinti and Roma Victims of National Socialism. See the New Synagogue and Hitler’s bunker in Führerbunker. Plus on your stroll, catch sight of the Reichstag building, the Soviet War Memorial, and Berlin’s Jewish neighborhood.
  • 3.5-hour Berlin Third Reich tour
  • Small-group tour limited to nine people ensures personal attention from your guide
  • Learn about Berlin’s WWII history
  • Visit the Memorial to Homosexuals and Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe
  • Go to the Memorial to the Sinti and Roma Victims of National Socialism and the New Synagogue
  • See the Führerbunker, where Hitler stayed while in Berlin
  • Pass by the Reichstag building, the Soviet War Memorial, and Berlin’s Jewish neighborhood
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Georgia Riungu's Tour Was Excellent

My girlfriend and I went to Berlin in May. I love the city and Germany in general. The city is amazing, the architecture is lovely and the history although tragic for the most part is fascinating. We decided to do a few walking tours, the...More

Thank SimonChurchy
Reviewed 2 days ago
great and informative wallking tour with Sam

Sam's deep knowledge of the Third Reich made this walking tour extremely enjoyable, following one of Sandeman's free walking tours in the morning (also with Sam). Sam was enthusiastic, knowledgeable, very informative, polite; in other words just a great guide and a credit to Sandemans...More

Thank Woody1864
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
outstanding tour with Theo

I highly recommend the tour to anyone wishing to actually understand the German history of the post-WWI period. The guide was very knowledgeable and made the tour much more interesting and informative than expected :)

Thank Tatjana C
Reviewed 5 days ago
Best Walking Tour I've Ever Done!

I have been to countless cities around the world and I try to do a walking tour in each and have always been a big fan of them. However, this tour in Berlin was by far (and I mean by far!) my favourite! I could...More

Thank Sean J
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Third Reich Insight

This is the best way to get an insight into the mindset of the Third Reich. Great, knowledgeable guide. You really absorb the history better when you are actually where it happened. Great value for money.

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No, the tour is wide ranging but does not enter any buildings.
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