Hitler’s Berlin – the rise and fall

Hitler’s Berlin – the rise and fall

Small Group Walking Tour
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Join this guided exploration with an expert guide, which delves into the tumultuous era of Nazi Germany, focusing on key Berlin sites and stories that illustrate the ascent and eventual downfall of the Nazi regime.


  • Approximately 2.5 hours


  • Adults (16+) - €35          
  • Children (11 - 15 years old) - €20

Tour Start Time

  • 14:30︱Daily

Step into the dark history of Nazi Germany

Join this immersive experience to walk through the streets of Berlin and confront the city's troubling past. Your guide will provide historical context and share stories that bring this era to life to give you a more profound understanding of the history of human civilization and the lessons we have to remember.

The somber yet enlightening journey through Berlin will take you to key historical sites that bear witness to one of the darkest chapters in human history. , you'll gain a more in-depth understanding of how the Nazis came to power, their reign of terror, and their ultimate downfall.

You'll visit memorials dedicated to the victims of Nazi persecution, including the Roma and Sinti, Jews, and homosexuals. Witness the scars of war at the Reichstag and Soviet Memorial, and descend into the chilling depths of Hitler's Bunker.

Tour Highlights

  • Historian-Led Tour: Navigate Berlin's famous World War II landmarks with expert insights.
  • ‘Then & Now’ photographs & Maps
  • Hitler’s Bunker: Stand at the epicenter of Nazi decision-making.
  • Reichstag & Gestapo Headquarters: Dive into the political heart of the Third Reich.
  • Jewish Memorial Reflection: Pay respect and understand the depth of the Holocaust's impact.

Meeting Point

The guide will meet you in front of the Tourist Office at the Brandenburg Gate 

Address: Brandenburg Gate, Pariser Platz 1, 10117 Berlin See It on Google

Your guide will be holding a Blue Umbrella

Tour Ending Point

The guide will conclude the tour at the Topography of Terror Museum and Memorial.

Address: Niederkirchnerstraße 8, 10963 Berlin  See it on Google

The museum has extensive indoor and outdoor exhibits that allow visitors to explore the subject further after the guided part of the tour. 

Good to Know
Is this tour accessible?
Yes, the tour is wheelchair and disability accessible. Our guides are trained to lead tours for visitors with various access needs.
Is this tour suitable for children?
Yes. We welcome students of all ages who are interested in gaining a more profound understanding of this historical period. Younger children are also welcome when accompanied by parents and our guides accustomed to working with younger audiences. However, if you are traveling with younger children, please consider their ability to sustain the tour length.
Do I need to have any prior knowledge about WWII history?
No. The tour is designed to be suitable for everyone, regardless of their prior knowledge of the subject.
Is it an outdoor only tour or we going to visit any buildings?
This tour is primarily an outdoor experience focused on visiting memorial sites, landmarks, and locations of historical significance. We do not go inside buildings or museums.
What if it's raining?
The tour will not be canceled in case of light rain.
What to bring for the tour?
Please check the weather forecast and wear weather-appropriate clothing and pack an umbrella if necessary. You are welcome to bring drinking water and snacks.
My tour is booked! What's next?
Check your email. In a short time after submitting the booking form, you shall receive a confirmation email with all the essential information about the tour, including the meeting point and additional contact info.
Can I cancel the tour after I booked it?
You can cancel the tour for a full refund up to 48 hours before the scheduled time. However, you will be liable to pay the full amount if you cancel less than 48 hours before the tour.
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