10 December 2016

 

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Christmas Markets Tour in Berlin
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Christmas Markets Tour in Berlin

Season's greetings

There is no better way of getting into the spirit of the season than by visiting Berlin’s traditional Christmas markets with their dizzying array of hand-crafted goods and traditional food and drinks. Even in the coldest weather, a Glühwein or two – the hot mulled wine that is a staple of the markets – will have you feeling warm and cosy in no time. And if you're lucky you're able to keep the mug it came in!

You will be taken to three of the most attractive markets in the city. The first stop is Spandau in western Berlin, which boasts one of the biggest Christmas markets in Germany but is seldom frequented by tourists. Then move on to the magnificent Charlottenburg Palace, where the Christmas market has been a local favourite for many years and finish at the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, the iconic landmark of West Berlin.

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Discover Berlin Walking Tour
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Discover Berlin Walking Tour

See all the sights

Discover Berlin with this informative, thought-provoking walking tour. Your guide's superb story-telling skills weave the themes of Prussian, Imperial, Nazi, Cold War, and 21st Century Berlin into a detailed narrative, stretching from the capital's swampy origins in medieval times to recent controversies. And along the way you will see most of the famous sights.

Stop at the Berlin Wall, Brandenburg Gate, The "Deathstrip" where you can stand above Hitler's Bunker, Checkpoint Charlie, the Reichstag building, Nazi Air Ministry, the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, Palace Square, the New Synagogue, Red Town Hall, Nikolaikirche (Berlin's oldest church), the Royal Armoury, German History Museum and the famous Friedrichstrasse shopping mile.

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Jewish Life in Berlin Walking Tour
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Jewish Life in Berlin Walking Tour

How the Jews survived

On this moving tour you visit the old Jewish quarter which - despite the devastation of the Nazi era - is now home to a revitalised Jewish community. Your guide will explain how this history is dealt with today and how the Jewish community is rebuilding itself .Discover some of the hidden sights of a bygone era and find out where the Old Synagogue was built and visit the Old Cemetery.

You will also see the new Jewish School and marvel at the domes of the New Synagogue, learn where Otto Weidt, Berlin’s very own Oskar Schindler, ran his workshop and where the successful Women’s Protest helped save almost 2,000 Jews from deportation to the death camps. This tour is essential for anyone interested in how the Jews fared in Berlin before and during the war.

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Discover Potsdam Walking Tour
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Discover Potsdam Walking Tour

Where the Cold War began

For nearly three centuries the scenic town of Potsdam, just outside Berlin, was the residence of the Prussian kings, princes and German emperors of the House of Hohenzollern, who created a fairytale landscape of palaces, gardens and churches that rank among the most beautiful in Europe. This walk takes you past the dreamlike castle of Babelsberg and up to the lakeside Marble Palace with its Greek temple ruins.

Explore the quaint Dutch quarter and appreciate why Potsdam is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Visit the grounds of Cecilienhof Palace, scene of the famous Potsdam Conference where an American President, a Soviet Dictator and a British Prime Minister shaped the future of Europe after World War II ushering in the Cold War. Cross the ‘spy swap’ bridge and see the former Stasi prison run by East German secret police.

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Storyline of Berlin - Small Group Adventure
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Storyline of Berlin - Small Group Adventure

City comes alive

This Berlin tour takes you on a journey through the city’s amazing history, uncovering some of its most iconic buildings and sites of historical significance. While strolling the streets you can hear about the political changes that have occurred over the decades, and gain some further insight into modern Berlin culture. The experienced guides have their own pictures, original documents, as well as old and new maps, which make this Berlin walking tour experience all the more memorable, and ensures this stunning city’s past comes alive.





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Hidden Berlin Tour
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Hidden Berlin Tour

Secrets of the city

On this Berlin tour experience the Jewish history of Berlin, travel through iconic sites from World War II, visit famous Humboldt University and an old bakery, walk through backstreets where in the past, thousands lived in horrendous conditions and get close to a true symbol of the Cold War . . . the Berlin Wall.

Any Berlin travel experience is not complete without a very detailed and up close experience "The Wall". You will hear from our guide how the wall started as a barbed wire fence erected overnight, and evolved to its final incarnation as an advanced multi-wall system which came to be a potent symbol of the Cold War.Through pictures, maps and original documents, your guide will give you a unique experience as you see the transformation Berlin has made. It's truly makes this Berlin tour come alive!

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Berlin TV Tower with VIP Dinner
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Berlin TV Tower with VIP Dinner

The height of fine dining

The TV Tower is one of the most famous landmarks in Berlin and welcomes more than 1.2 million visitors every year. It is located at the very heart of the city on the Alexanderplatz and is the highest building in Germany and the second highest building open to the public in Europe. And on this trip you will get to dine in the revolving restaurant right at the top.

The Berlin TV tower is part of German history. In the sixties the East German government had the tower built to demonstrate the strength and efficiency of the socialist party system. Today it shapes the skyline of the German capital - a landmark of the reunited Germany like the Brandenburg Gate. You will be personally welcomed and escorted to your window table in the rotating "Sphere" restaurant to enjoy your dinner with spectacular views of the city.

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Hitler's Germany Walking Tour
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Hitler's Germany Walking Tour

The dark days of Berlin

On this walking tour you'll learn about Berlin’s darkest history. We all know it happened in Berlin but where? Street names have changed, many buildings have gone – but the nerve centre of the “Third Reich” was located in one part of Berlin which is best covered on this walking tour when you will see what is left of the “1,000 year Reich“ today:

See Goebbels’ Propaganda Ministry; Goering’s Air Ministry, the remains of Himmler’s SS and Gestapo Headquarters at the “Topography of Terror”. Find out where Speer built the huge New Reich Chancellery for Hitler and where the vast People’s Hall would have stood and see the exact position of Hitler’s bunker, where he committed suicide. Your expert guide will address how Hitler schemed his way to power, how some Germans resisted the regime's barbarity, and how these enormous crimes continue to cast their shadow over Germany today.

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Sightseeing Berlin - 1 Day Hop On/Off
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Sightseeing Berlin - 1 Day Hop On/Off

Just the ticket!

With this one day bus ticket you can hop on and hop off as many times as you like to explore the most famous sights, streets and squares in Berlin, a city with a rich, diverse and unparalleled history.

Join this open-top double-decker guided bus tour and see the new Parliament buildings, the Reichstag, the Federal Chancellery and Bellevue Palace. You'll also visit the Brandenburg Gate, Checkpoint Charlie and Alexanderplatz, the television tower - the highest building in Berlin - and the Potsdamer Platz, to date the largest construction-site in Europe.

Berlin can rightfully be described as the city of surprises, with so many interesting places to see, make the most of your time in the city and take this exciting and unforgettable tour at your own pace.

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Hop on Hop off CitySightseeing in Potsdam
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Hop on Hop off CitySightseeing in Potsdam

Potter around Potsdam

When staying in Berlin make the most of your visit to Potsdam with this open-top hop-on hop-off bus tour.
Potsdam is one of the most beautiful cities in the country and is the capital city of the State of Brandenburg. Its most popular sight is the Schloss Sanssouci Palace located in the park and you can spend as much time here as you wish on this tour.

See the city surrounding the Brandenburg Strasse pedestrian zone with its numerous shops and stylish passages fashioned from old courtyards and visit the Dutch Quarter with its galleries and chic boutiques. It can be hard to tear yourself away from the capital Berlin because there is so much to see and do there, but this tour of Potsdam, which is just outside the capital, is well worth taking.

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