Discover the history of Berlin's Jewish community, from the Enlightenment to the horrors of the Holocaust. From the ancient Jewish-Cemetry to the New…
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We booked this walking tour for our first day in Berlin. I've never been one for history detail until I met our tour guide, Sam. His knowledge of Prussia. The two world wars, the Cold War & Germany now is invaluable. Both my husband and I were enthralled with his information that was paired with the sights we were seeing, we highly recommend this tour with Sam. Also, be sure to arrive rested with good walking shoes.
The tour was wonderful and covered so many things I wanted to see in Berlin. I learned a lot and Matt clearly had a very deep knowledge of German culture and history. I'm just sad you don't offer tours in other cities!
The guide was immensely knowledgeable and managed to transmit this incredible background with real wit and humor - excellent tour guide who you could tell truly loves and knows Berlin. Highly recommended, absolutely fantastic and intelligent introduction to Berlin
I went on a city tour of Berlin years ago, but decided to go on another one during a recent visit, and I'm glad I did! This tour was everything I could have asked for. Our group size was small and our tour guide was "Out of this world." She provided us with the perfect mix of history, sightseeing, and pure fun! She catered to the requests of the group, which made for an informative and enjoyable experience. I would suggest this tour to first time visitors looking to get an introduction to Germany's history, as well as Berliners looking to learn more about this amazing city.
This is a great tour for lovers of history, coffee, and a well-woven story. Tour guide Asoka was personable, lively, engaging and full of fascinating facts; a German history scholar and writer, she demonstrated a real knack for making history come alive through captivating tales. Though the tour time of six hours sounds rather monumental, the day itself is pretty relaxed: there are ample stops to recaffeinate, use restrooms and explore the sites. The highlight for me was the Palace of Tears, full of beautifully cultivated exhibitions. This is a tour for any history buff or visitor to the city who's keen on having an in-depth look into Berlin (and Germany's) past.