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Final Days of World War 2 Walking Tour of Berlin

  • Match significant moments in history to the locations they took place in
  • Forget the guidebook and learn about the last days of the Third Reich from a guide
  • Visit memorials to those who fought against and defied the regime
Final Days of World War 2 Walking Tour of Berlin
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The Nazi surrender that ended the Second World War is still a point of interest for any visitor to Berlin, but matching locations to these poignant moments of history can be a challenge. Forget the guidebook and hear from a guide about Hitler’s dramatic last days in Berlin, and learn more about the daily life of those who lived, and resisted, under Nazi rule, while viewing some of the most significant historical sites in the city.
What to Expect

Meet your guide near Zoologischer Garten train station, and together explore a route of key locations under the Third Reich and during the final Battle of Berlin, including the Luftwaffe headquarters and the Ministry of Propaganda. Follow the route of the final Soviet assault, eventually reaching the Reichstag itself.

Next, stop at the Soviet War Memorial, before heading onto the headquarters of Hitler’s Nazi government, the New Reich Chancellery, to view Hitler’s bunker and learn more about the events leading up to his suicide in April 1945. Listen as your professional guide shares insights into daily life under Nazi rule and discuss the events that caused Hitler’s unique rise to absolute power, including the Lebensraum policy, and find yourself immersed in the dramatic events that led to end of the Third Reich.

Conclude your tour in a designated central location, and leave with a thorough appreciation of the events that culminated in the Nazi surrender, and the locations that shaped them.

Reviews (203)
1 - 5 of 93 reviews
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Wonderful tour wonderful guide

Toured in 16th Jan 19. Cannot speak highly enough of tour. Indeed they should charge more money for it. Barnaby was super knowledgeable super helpful and super tall (and I am 6'5""). My highlight was how he handled the group after the holocaust museum. Bravo....More

Thank NordieInDublin
Reviewed 5 days ago
Highly recommended

We had a great tour today with Barnaby, who was knowledgeable, friendly and considerate. He has a great knowledge of Berlin and WW2 and had just the right balance of respect and seriousness about the weighty nature of some of the things we saw vs...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Julie C
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile
Amazing tour with barnaby!

Value for money is an understatement, Barnaby is a fantastic, funny, friendly guide who knows what he is talking about! Would reccomend this to anybody, you get to see and learn so much in the 4 hour period, and the guide keeps people talking and...More

Thank samdQ5071OG
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Last days of the Third Reich

Our tour guide Barnaby was a fantastic guide and took our group through sites relating to the last days of the Third Reich. No need for him to hold an umbrella or flag up so his group can follow him, he is (literally) head and...More

Thank charkey25
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Excellent overview

Very good overview of the sights and places of the end of the war. Includes a short visit to the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. The guide, Pip, was extememly knowledgeable. She must have studied a lot. I have a minor in this...More

Date of experience: December 2018
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10 December 2018|
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Response from regalaone | Reviewed this property |
I believe you can buy your ticket as a "walk up" as the guides stand around gathering their group for about 20 minutes before the tour stars. But I would highly recommend booking the day before to guarantee space, and I... More
5 July 2018|
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Response from MarMicUK | Reviewed this property |
The tour is 4 hours. Our guide stopped at a cafe inside a free museum so if anyone wanted they could use the toilets and have some refreshments. The cafe served hot food, salads and cakes but no sandwiches. We didn't want... More
Dean P
19 April 2018|
Response from Marian_en_Paul | Reviewed this property |
Hi, the tour ends at the Topographie des Terrors (near Checkpoint Charly). I hope my respose is not too late for you Enjoy the tour.
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