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Version 15 – August 21, 2020 10:18

Description
  • Travellers are usually humbled by the extreme efforts, honesty and openness of Germans recollections of the Second World War. A visit to Berlin is a reminder to never forget. This tour explores the German culture of memory, while talking about those who lost their lives and were persecuted
  •  - Begin at the Reichstag – see the bullet holes and graffiti left by Soviet solders from 1945
  •  - Visit many of Berlin’s memorials, dedicated to those murdered and persecuted in World War II
  •  - Explore Tiergarten Park, Unter de Linden, Bebelplatz and the Stolpersteine stones, which commemorate the victims of the Soviet regime in Berlin
  •  - Finish at beautiful Museum Island and view the rebuilding of the Royal Palace 
  • Learn about the final moments of World War II in Europe. See the bullet holes, shrapnel and Soviet graffiti that cover the Reichstag building. Visit Berlin’s memorials to the victims of war and those persecuted. These include memorials to the Holocaust victims, Albert Einstein, Book Burning, Neue Wache and the Soviet War Monument. Explore the beautiful Tiergarten Park, hear the stories of desperate Berliners who used the park as farmland and for firewood after the war. Next see the majestic Brandenburg Gate, and wander along the historic Unter den Linden Boulevard
  • Travellers are usually humbled by the extreme efforts, honesty and openness of Germans recollections of the Second World War. A visit to Berlin is a reminder to never forget. This tour explores the German culture of memory, while talking about those who lost their lives and were persecuted - Begin at the Reichstag – see the bullet holes and graffiti left by Soviet solders from 1945 - Visit many of Berlin’s memorials, dedicated to those murdered and persecuted in World War II - Explore Tiergarten Park, Unter de Linden, Bebelplatz and the Stolpersteine stones, which commemorate the victims of the Soviet regime in Berlin - Finish at beautiful Museum Island and view the rebuilding of the Royal Palace Learn about the final moments of World War II in Europe. See the bullet holes, shrapnel and Soviet graffiti that cover the Reichstag building. Visit Berlin’s memorials to the victims of war and those persecuted. These include memorials to the Holocaust victims, Albert Einstein, Book Burning, Neue Wache and the Soviet War Monument. Explore the beautiful Tiergarten Park, hear the stories of desperate Berliners who used the park as farmland and for firewood after the war. Next see the majestic Brandenburg Gate, and wander along the historic Unter den Linden Boulevard
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Additional Info
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Please bring comfortable walking shoes / Please bring sunscreen as it gets very hot outside in summer / Please bring plenty of water / Please bring any medical requirements you need throughout the day.

Version 6 – July 21, 2020 14:45

Know Before You Go
  • Please bring comfortable walking shoes
  • Please bring any medical requirements you need throughout the day
  • In summer, please remember to bring a hat, sunscreen and plenty of water
Know Before You Book
  • This is a walking tour
  • Cost of transportation on the day is not required
  • This is a walking tour

Version 5 – July 21, 2020 14:45

Know Before You Book
  • This is a walking tour

Version 4 – July 21, 2020 14:44

Highlights
  • Begin at the Reichstag – see the bullet holes and graffiti left by Soviet solders from 1945
  • Visit many of Berlin’s memorials, dedicated to those murdered and persecuted in World War II
  • Explore Tiergarten Park, Unter de Linden, Bebelplatz and the Stolpersteine stones
  • Finish at beautiful Museum Island and view the rebuilding of the Royal Palace
Included
  • A friendly, professional tour guide for your own private group
  • Plenty of time to take photos of your favourite places
Excluded
  • Food and drink, although your guide will be happy to recommend local favourites along the way
  • Cost of transportation on the day. Your guide will accompany you in a taxi or by public transport
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Cost of hotel pick up/drop off. Your guide will accompany you in a taxi or by public transport.,Food and drink

Version 3 – July 21, 2020 14:27

Product Name
  • Remembering World War II: Private Walking Memorial Tour of Berlin
  • Remembering World War II: Memorial Tour of Berlin
Description Summary
  • Learn about Berlin's tragic WWII history and its efforts for redemption, memory and renewal
  • Learn about Berlin's tragic WWII history and its efforts for redemption, memory and renewal.
Description
  • Travellers are usually humbled by the extreme efforts, honesty and openness of Germans recollections of the Second World War. A visit to Berlin is a reminder to never forget. This tour explores the German culture of memory, while talking about those who lost their lives and were persecuted - Begin at the Reichstag – see the bullet holes and graffiti left by Soviet solders from 1945 - Visit many of Berlin’s memorials, dedicated to those murdered and persecuted in World War II - Explore Tiergarten Park, Unter de Linden, Bebelplatz and the Stolpersteine stones, which commemorate the victims of the Soviet regime in Berlin - Finish at beautiful Museum Island and view the rebuilding of the Royal Palace Learn about the final moments of World War II in Europe. See the bullet holes, shrapnel and Soviet graffiti that cover the Reichstag building. Visit Berlin’s memorials to the victims of war and those persecuted. These include memorials to the Holocaust victims, Albert Einstein, Book Burning, Neue Wache and the Soviet War Monument. Explore the beautiful Tiergarten Park, hear the stories of desperate Berliners who used the park as farmland and for firewood after the war. Next see the majestic Brandenburg Gate, and wander along the historic Unter den Linden Boulevard
  • Travellers are usually humbled by the extreme efforts, honesty and openness of Germans recollections of the Second World War. A visit to Berlin is a reminder to never forget. This tour explores the German culture of memory, while talking about those who lost their lives and were persecuted. Begin at the Reichstag – see the bullet holes and graffiti left by Soviet solders from 1945.Visit many of Berlin’s memorials, dedicated to those murdered and persecuted in World War II.Explore Tiergarten Park, Unter de Linden, Bebelplatz and the Stolpersteine stones, which commemorate the victims of the Soviet regime in Berlin.Finish at beautiful Museum Island and view the rebuilding of the Royal Palace .Learn about the final moments of World War II in Europe. See the bullet holes, shrapnel and Soviet graffiti that cover the Reichstag building. Visit Berlin’s memorials to the victims of war and those persecuted. These include memorials to the Holocaust victims, Albert Einstein, Book Burning, Neue Wache and the Soviet War Monument. Explore the beautiful Tiergarten Park, hear the stories of desperate Berliners who used the park as farmland and for firewood after the war. Next see the majestic Brandenburg Gate, and wander along the historic Unter den Linden Boulevard.
Additional Info
  • Please bring comfortable walking shoes / Please bring sunscreen as it gets very hot outside in summer / Please bring plenty of water / Please bring any medical requirements you need throughout the day.
  • Please bring comfortable walking shoes / Please bring sunscreen as it gets very hot outside in summer / Please bring plenty of water / Please bring any medical requirements you need throughout the day.
Cancellation Notes
  • Up to 24 hours before the beginning of the activity: full refund
  • Less than 24 hours before the beginning of the activity or no-show: no refund
  • Up to 24 hours before the beginning of the activity: full refund
  • Less than 24 hours before the beginning of the activity or no-show: no refund