This informative Berlin walking tour takes you back in history to the Third Reich and to the most important historic places - from the seizure of power by the National Socialists in 1933 to the final battle for Berlin 1945. During this time, Berlins cityscape changed enormously, through air raids, bombings, but also in the course of the reconstruction of Berlin to the imperial capital Germania. Your local guide will tell you about the still standing and the disappeared buildings and headquarters of the terror during the Nazi time in Berlin.
Walk from the Federal Chancellery to the Brandenburg Gate. Learn why it is close to a miracle that the Reichstag building is still standing. Stroll through the government district, discover the Gendarmenmarkt and learn all about the development of the city in the Nikolai quarter. At the Tiergarten, visit the Soviet War Memorial and a military cemetery. See the Holocaust Memorial, a monument to the murdered Jews of Europe. Nearby was the Fuhrerbunker, where Adolf Hitler committed suicide with his wife. The tour ends near Checkpoint Charly at the Topography of Terror, a project in Berlin for the documentation of terror in the time of National Socialism.