The twelve years that the Nazis ruled Germany have left their mark everywhere in Berlin.
Let us show you what impact the Nazis had on the city when we take you out of the city center on a journey towards the Olympic Stadium of the 1936 games.
Starting at the Potsdamer Platz we´ll go to the Bendlerblock to talk about the resistance group around count Stauffenberg. See the remains of an old bunker in Schöneberg and follow us into the Bavarian quarter, formerly known as the 'Jewish Switzerland', where Albert Einstein lived and where we will discuss the development of the Jewish persecution and come with us to Track 17 from where the Jewish population of Berlin was deported to the concentration camps.
This tour is only available for private groups upon request. Please make a reservation.
An AB all-day transit ticket is required for this tour. Entrance to the Olympic stadium is included in the price of the tour.
(On days of soccer games it is not possible to enter the stadium.)