Third Reich and WW2 Private Tour


Half day

Embark on a poignant journey through Berlin’s history, delving into the chilling echoes of its darkest epochs—World War II and the Holocaust. This tour unveils the haunting remnants of that era, guiding you through the scars etched by these monumental events. Wander along the once-pivotal government street, Wilhelmstrasse and stand atop the site of Hitler’s bunker, where one of the world’s most infamous figures met his end.

Moving through the old Jewish neighborhood, the tour embraces memorials that stand as poignant tributes to the countless lives lost during the Nazi Regime. Each memorial is a solemn reminder of the human cost of war and the horrors of persecution, preserving the memory of those who perished. The tour allows you to witness tangible remnants of the past—bullet holes marking facades, ruins that silently narrate tales of destruction, bunkers that sheltered in fear, and even the presence of tanks, all relics of a time of immense upheaval and struggle.

In the Third Reich, Berlin was a stage for pivotal events, such as the horror of Crystal Night, a turning point towards the Holocaust. As WWII raged, Berlin became a battleground, enduring devastating bombings. The Battle of Berlin, including the intense Battle of the Reichstag, symbolized Nazi Germany’s fall. These events left enduring scars on the cityscape, recounting Berlin’s tumultuous past.


DAY 1 -

Reichstag building and the final Battle of Berlin

Soviet Memorial Tiergarten with WW2 tanks

Tiergarten & Germania Plans

Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe

Memorial to the Murdered Homosexuals & Memorial to the Murdered Sinti and Roma

Site of Hitler’s Bunker

Site of Hitler’s Chancellory

Georg Elser Memorial & Former Propaganda Ministry

Former Air Force Ministry

Former SS & Gestapo HQ & Topography of Terror

Original WW2 Bullet Holes

Anhalter Bahnhof WW2 ruins & Deportation Memorial

Anhalter WW2 Bunker

Optional: Jewish Berlin during the Holocaust

New Synagogue and the Story of “Kristallnacht”

St Hedwig’s Hospital & their efforts to save people

The Missing House (WW2 Memorial)

Oldest Jewish Cemetery & Deportation Center Memorial

Otto Weidt’s Workshop for Blind Jews

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