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Berlin Wall tours and activities

The Berlin Wall was not only a symbol of the division of a city and a country, but the entire world. Europe, still scarred by the appalling tragedy of...

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Get the best of Berlin while saving time and money. The Berlin WelcomeCard provides you with: - Free travel on the public transport network ...

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Available in: English
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$ 22
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For 12 years Berlin was the capital of the Third Reich. Hitler’s reign began in 1933, spread across Europe and collapsed with the Battle of ...

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4 hours
Available in: English
$ 16
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See Berlin with a hop-on hop-off tour, listening to an interesting audio guide available in 20 languages. Use the buses as a convenient mean...

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Available in: English
$ 18
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Ostpolitik, DDR, Stasi, Ostalgie, Trabi and the Wall. Do these names and acronyms take you back to famous and dramatic images from the recen...

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3 hours
Available in: English
$ 168
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The Berlin WelcomeCard Museum Island is your key to the city, providing 72 hours of free and reduced entry to top attractions, unlimited tra...

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Available in: English
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$ 51
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The Berlin City Bike Tour is packed full of great Berlin sites and fascinating stories and anecdotes delivered by the fun and engaging guide...

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6 hours
Available in: English
Guided Tour
$ 56
Bus tours

Your hop-on hop-off bus will give you the best possible tours of Berlin and its countless exciting attractions. Discover Berlin’s rich histo...

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2 Days
$ 31
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The East Side Gallery is an international memorial for freedom and the longest open air gallery in the world. During this 150 min Segway tou...

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2 hours, 30 minutes
Available in: English
$ 78
Museums

The exhibition "Nineties Berlin" illustrates the lifestyle, the rapid transformation processes, the freedom enjoyed by subcultures, and the ...

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$ 11
Museums

Exciting, moving and emotional. The Wall Museum offers an exhibition that spans an audiovisual arc from the German division and construction...

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Available in: English
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$ 14
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Visit ALL the Main Sites (and the hidden ones others pass by!) from the Berlin Wall to the Brandenburg Gate, from the site of Hitler's bunke...

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4 hours
Available in: English
Guided Tour
$ 16
Walking tours

Play a city game and go on an exciting East Berlin walking tour where you will follow clues and solve puzzles to discover amazing places and...

Duration
1 hour, 30 minutes
Available in: English
$ 7

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The inside story

The Berlin Wall was not only a symbol of the division of a city and a country, but the entire world. Europe, still scarred by the appalling tragedy of the Second World War, became theatre of a new, terrible conflict which, though it wasn’t fought with weapons, caused deep lacerations. The Cold War between the two super powers of the time, the United States and the Soviet Union, divided the world into two blocs: the pro-American West and the pro-Soviet East. Germany was in the middle and paid the highest price.

The construction of the Berlin Wall, which started on August 13, 1961, was decreed by the government of East Germany to stop the citizens of the GDR leaving towards the more prosperous West. As the west didn’t want to put themselves in a weak position, separation became a fact.

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