Ranked #94 in our countdown of ‘100 Ultimate Travel Experiences of a Lifetime’.
Every footpath in Berlin has lived a million tales – and that is just in the past century.
The best way to get up close and personal with Berlin’s history is on a walking tour, where you can tread the same paths as Prussian kings, Nazi forces, Jewish refugees, Red Army soldiers and Berliners confined by the infamous Berlin Wall.
This resilient city changed a lot since 1989 when its two halves were reunited.
Whether you have one hour or one day, a Berlin walking tour taking in sites like the Brandenburg Gate, 1920s Cabaret Mile, Hitler’s Bunker and the wall, will share insights that will linger for a lifetime.
“Creative, arty, and humming with history, it’s one of my favourite cities in Europe.”
– Steve McKenna
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