Guided walking tour - hidden Berlin
- Dozens of hidden spots in Berlin that only locals know about
- Sample traditional German treats at the oldest bakery in Berlin
- Learn all about Berlin’s transformation over the last century
- Visit the ‘Palace of Tears’ and explore the meaning behind its name
- Hear local stories against the backdrop of the stunning Humboldt University
- Get insider knowledge about Berlin’s Jewish history and culture
On this Hidden Berlin tour, you will explore and discover the fascinating side to Berlin’s history that has shaped the city into what it is today. After meeting your local tour guide and group, you’ll walk to the ‘Palace of Tears’ and learn about the amazing story behind its name. You’ll follow the fading traces of the Cold War in Berlin to a spot where East and West were divided for decades, as well as pass emotional sites where Jewish children were either rescued or sent to concentration camps.
The next part of your Berlin tour will take you through the city’s university quarter. You’ll continue towards the Jewish Quarter, where you’ll be able to admire the New Synagogue, a stunning building perfect for taking those iconic Berlin photos! The next stop will take you to one of the oldest bakeries in Berlin and the best place in town to sample a ‘Berliner’, a traditional German delicacy. While you chow down on this delicious treat, you’ll hear all about this family-run bakery, which has stood strong through all the changes Berlin has been part of for the last 80 years.
Next, you’ll follow your local guide through the hidden backstreets of Berlin and get a glimpse into the backyards of Old Berlin’s traditional tenement houses, where thousands of workers once lived under extremely trying conditions. You’ll finish the tour at the infamous Berlin Wall, and take a peek behind the concrete and barbed wire to a spot that’s been hidden for the last 28 years. This Berlin tour offers you a truly unique insight into the incredible German capital. Your local guide will be full of insider knowledge that they will share with you all along the way, giving you an exclusive look into the transformation of Berlin over the last century.
- "Berliner“ doughnut
- Children 6-11 years old: reduced price
- Child Policy
- This is a child-friendly tour. Children between the ages of 6 and 11 inclusively are permitted on this tour at the rate listed above.
- Children under the age of 6 are permitted to join this tour free of charge.
Friedrichstraße 103, 10117 Berlin, Germany
The entrance of the Melia Hotel at Friedrichstraße,103 (Close to the suburban station Friedrichstraße), Berlin
- A good pair of comfortable walking shoes is advisable
- If you have your voucher, your booking is confirmed. We'll see you at the start point
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