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Berlin: City-West Walking Tour with a Real Berliner

1. Berlin: City-West Walking Tour with a Real Berliner

This tour will take you on an unforgettable walk along the splendid avenue of Kurfürstendamm. See continental Europe’s biggest department store KADEWE, the Europacenter building, and the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church on the busy square of Breitscheidplatz. Discover the interesting history of this roaring city center during the golden twenties of the last century. Experience the area around Zoologischer Garten, one of the most significant traffic centers of Berlin. Discover why this area has developed into the center of West-Berlin in times of the Cold War, and hear the exiting stories of this city center during the division of Germany. Get to know where you can taste the best typical Berlin food in the city's west, learning how Berlin is recognized as a world city of culture, art, tolerance, lifestyle, and creative industries. On this tour you will discover why the city's west is one of Berlin's most interesting areas.

Berlin: All-in-One Famous Landmarks Guided Bus Tour

2. Berlin: All-in-One Famous Landmarks Guided Bus Tour

See all of the German capital’s iconic landmarks on this day tour on an air-conditioned bus. Learn about the city’s unique history from your passionate local tour guide on a whirlwind trip which includes the Alexanderplatz TV Tower, the Berlin Wall, the Reichstag and Museum Island. Your adventure through Berlin’s past and present will begin in front of the Charlottenburg Palace in west Berlin, where your local tour guide will give you a brief introduction to the capital of Germany before you board the bus and head east. First, travel through the former British sector along Berlin’s Champs-Élysées - Kurfürstendamm - past the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church and the KaDeWe, the largest department store in continental Europe. Then, continue east past the impressive parliament building, the Reichstag. At the iconic Brandenburg Gate, get off the bus to stroll through the historic arch and admire the sprawling Tiergarten. See the capital’s majestic Victory Column and a memorial to soviet soldiers. Then, take a moment to reflect at the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. After some free time for lunch, journey to the spectacular Gendarmenmarkt and Berlin’s historic former Royal Quarter: the beautiful boulevard of Unter den Linden, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Museum Island, and the Berlin Cathedral. Then, discover Alexanderplatz with its iconic TV Tower. Continue south to the city’s Mitte district and visit  Checkpoint Charlie – the most famous crossing point between East and West Berlin during the Cold War. Afterwards, pass through Potsdamer Platz on your way to one of the few remaining pieces of the Berlin Wall. Finish your tour with a poignant visit to the former site of the headquarters of the SS and Gestapo, today known as the Topography of Terror. You can choose to end your tour here and continue to explore the city alone or to be dropped off at your hotel.

Half-Day Bike Tour of Berlin During the Third Reich

3. Half-Day Bike Tour of Berlin During the Third Reich

On this powerful half-day tour you’ll explore Berlin as the capital city of Nazi Germany. With your guide you’ll visit the former Jewish quarter, the locations of Nazi bunkers, an air-raid shelter, anti-aircraft installations, war-damaged buildings, Nazi resistance monuments, WW2 battlefields, and more. The Third Reich bike tour includes rides through parks and is conducted at a relaxing pace. You’ll cover around 8 miles in 4.5 hours, with stops every few hundred meters to take in the sites. It’s a comprehensive, but not a strenuous tour. By the end of the excursion you’ll have a better understanding of the circumstances that allowed Hitler to achieve power in the time leading up to the second world war. Hear about Germany in the aftermath of World War I, Hitler’s rise and fall, and the building of the Berlin Wall. See the impact the Third Reich and WWII still have on Berlin, specifically by exploring the remnants of the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church and Berlin’s old main train station.

Berlin: West City Walking Tour with Berlin Memorial Church

4. Berlin: West City Walking Tour with Berlin Memorial Church

Explore the old western neighborhood of Charlottenburg on this guided walking tour. Visit the stunning Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, see the Clock of Flowing Time, and learn about the area's fascinating history. Begin your tour at the Europa Center at Breitscheidplatz. Marvel at this striking high-rise building based on American models and head inside to see the "Clock of Flowing Time." Leave the Europa Center and head down Berlin's iconic street: Kurfürstendamm, or Ku'damm as the locals call it. Learn how this famous boulevard evolved and spot the many cafés and theaters popular with Berlin's bohemians in the 1920s. As you walk, follow in the footsteps of many famous people, including Josephine Baker, Maria Callas, Romy Schneider, Greta Garbo, Robert Koch, and Helmut Newton. Hear from your guide the history of the area. Discover how traffic was controlled in Berlin in the 1950s and see Berlin's only surviving traffic pulpit. Learn about the nearby Berlin Zoo, the oldest zoo in Germany. Finish your tour with a visit to the famous Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church. Follow your guide through the secret passage behind the blue lights and discover the origin of the mysterious lights. Before you leave the church, learn fascinating facts about this Berlin landmark.

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What people are saying about Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 651 reviews

Loved this tour! Gregor was our guide and he was super knowledgable but also gave us space to make our own views and think about things ourselves which I really valued. Everything went seamlessly and the break for coffee at a local cafe was great. Also made some friends from the group so I really can’t fault it!

Het was super. Geweldige gids met een geweldig VW bus. De gids wist veel te vertellen over Berlijn. Het was echt super!

Our guide had excellent knowledge of the history of Berlin. The VW made the experiance memorable. Highly recommended

Greg was absolutely amazing. He gave a very thoughtful, insightful tour. This was well, well worth the time.

Tom was awesome!!!! Very friendly and super knowledgeable. Definitely recommend this tour.