As a freelance Tour Guide in Berlin if you like what you have read and fancy booking a tour with me to discover Berlin yourselves then check out the options below for the tours I offer.
Main Sights Tour
800 years of history is crammed into this rollercoaster of a tour including all the main sites of Berlin: Brandenburg Gate, Museum Island, Berlin Cathedral, New Berlin Palace (Humbolt Forum), Humbolt University, Bebelplatz, Pariser Platz, Reichstag, Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, Hiter's Bunker, Airforce Ministry, Berlin Wall, Checkpoint Charlie, Topography of Terror and Gendarmenmarkt. The tour has plenty of time for photo-stops and is jam packed with all the history you could ever want in 3-4 hours.
Berlin under Hitler
This tour explores the years leading up to 1933 and the 12 years that Hitler spent in power between 1933 and 1945. The tour will use tourist sites relating to the third Reich to explain the rise of Hitler and the Nazis to power in 1933, their time of terror ruling over the German people during the 1930s as well as the Second World War and the eventual demise of the Nazis after Hitler's suicide. You will visit: Reichstag, Propaganda Ministry (Goebbels' ministry), Topography of Terror (former site of headquarters of SS & Gestapo), Anhalter Bahnhof, Memorial to Murdered Jews of Europe, Hitler's Bunker, New Synogogue in Berlin's former Jewish Quarter, Jewish Cemetery in Berlin's former Jewish Quarter and Otto Weidt's factory (considered to be a Berlin's Schindler).
Cold War Berlin
Explore Berlin's cold war history between 1945 and 1990 by travelling with me around some of Berlin's more interesting cold war sites. On this tour you will hear how Berlin was partitioned in 1945 into four sectors by the victorious allies after the German's defeat; see how it was divided into two by the Berlin Wall and existed as two separate cities until the fall of the wall in 1989. Hear the thrilling stories and visit the sites that made the TV screens in the 1980s. You will visit: Berlin Wall at Bernauer Strasse, Stalinallee in East Berlin, the Death Strip, Bornholmerstrass (where the 'wall came down in 1989'), Stasi Headquarters and Alexanderplatz.
Street Art Tour
Get a chance to see what being a Berliner is like today by exploring the hip Berlin districts of Kreuzberg & Friedrichshain. The street art around Berlin is one of the defining aspects of the city today and evidence of it can be found everywhere. This tour will give you a chance to see some of the most famous pieces of street art and graffiti dotted around Berlin that give the city its character and its edge. Artists we will see: Blu, Victor Ash,
How to Book?
Just send an email with the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Your name
- Date of the tour
- How many people will be coming with you
- Which tour you want to take
- How long you want it to last (2.5 hours mininum)
When booking a tour please get in touch at least two weeks in advance.
I can take tours of up to 30 people and am happy to take school groups.
I am also happy to do tours on request basis for those wanting to visit a specific site or explore a particular subject matter that has not been mentioned above.
70 euros an hour (but may vary according to the number of people on the tour)
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