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Bunkers, Bombs, Big Shots – City Tour Berlin with bunker tour


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Take a sightseeing tour of Berlin's history from the Second World War to German reunification including tour of the former Anhalter Bunker from 1942 with a personal guide and experience Berlin in a different way on this individual bus tour.

Bus tour with live guide

On our bus tour we will take you on an adventure tour partly off the beaten track. Since we love stories, we would like to tell you them on the tour.

kennedy thWe start at Kurfürstendamm and show you Schöneberg Town Hall first. From the balcony of that building John F. Kennedy spoke the legendary words "I am a Berliner" on 26 June 1963, thus making a historic commitment to Berlin and the Berliners.

Our city tour through Berlin's history also takes you past the "Topography of Terror", one of the most visited memorial sites in Berlin. During the "Third Reich" the headquarters of the Secret State Police, the SS and the Reich Security Main Office were located here.

Our guide will also take you across the Bösebrücke. This bridge became world-famous on 9 November 1989, the day of the fall of the Berlin Wall, when the border crossing at Bornholmer Strasse at the eastern end of the bridge in the district of Prenzlauer Berg was opened at 11.30 p. m. as the first border crossing in Berlin for GDR citizens. Around 20.000 people reached West Berlin shortly after midnight via the Bösebrücke.

Guided bunker tour of Anhalter Bunker

bunker innen thThe highlight of our time travel through Berlin's history from World War II to German reunification is the bunker tour in the former Anhalter Bunker, which was built in 1942. Until the end of the war, passengers and employees of the Deutsche Reichsbahn as well as mainly women and children from the neighbourhood stayed in this bunker. From Anhalter Bahnhof they could reach the bunker through a tunnel.

The bunker has been converted into a history bunker in recent years. It houses the documentary about National Socialism "Hitler - how could it happen" and the Berlin Story Museum (no visit on our tour).

Minimum participants: 10

City tour with bunker tour

Start: 10.15 a.m.
29 April
– 4 November: always on Sundays
Departure:  Kurfürstendamm 216, corner of Fasanenstraße, 10719 Berlin
Duration: app. 3 hours

 

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City tour with guided bunker tour at a glance

  • Bus tour by comfortable coach
  • Berlin history from the Second World War to reunification
  • Live-Guide German/English
  • Guided bunker tour of the former Anhalter Bunker

All tickets at a glance

29,00 € Adults
14,50 € Children 7-14 years

Reservation required! Reservation also possible by phone.

 
Subject to change.