Sunday, 12 May 2016
Walking Tour Trip 19:00 – 20:30
Berlin has a history like no other city. From a proud empire under the Kaisers destroyed by World War One to the capital of progressive culture in the 1920s, Berlin would be turned upside-down after Hitler’s rise to power in 1933. Following the devastation of WWII the city would be divided by the Allies, only to become the global symbol of the Cold War when it became divided by the Berlin Wall in 1961. Finally, the German capital would become a symbol of hope when in 1989 the Wall came down, allowing Germany to become one country again.
The tour will be led by an academically trained guide who will both entertain and enlighten you on the fascinating history of this diverse city.
Your tour will end in a selected downtown bar where you can choose to continue your evening with your new friends or move onto one of the many eateries in the area.
Tours will be conducted in small groups of 25 maximum. Museum and attraction entrance fees are not included.
Price €10 + 19% VAT = €11.90 per person register here