Private Tour in Berlin – Germany Holidays
Thusrsday, 22nd March, 2018
My 11-yr old daughter is fascinated with stories of war, politics, kings, regimes. The whole game of thrones! What better introduction to the past could we get than from the historian himself. Germany – the real story. The rise and fall of the Nazi rule. The remnants of the bloodiest war in the world. The partition of East and West Berlin. It is one thing to watch it all on Discovery, and a totally different feel to experience it. Kiara was in awe as she went trigger happy, making notes all along. Thank you Vibrant Holidays, for this wonderful “live in the past” tour. And an A+ in History as well!
Discover the Darkest History of Germany on the Luxury Germany Tour
Germany is the largest country of Europe and also one of the most influential and technologically advanced nation.
Infamous for its history, it attracts a large population of tourists annually who visit to see the famous historical sites of the Third Reich rule and also explore the urban cosmopolitan the country transcended into. Private Tour of Germany takes you into the fascinating world of rich heritage which can be experienced in the many popular cities of Germany: Frankfurt, Munich, Dusseldorf, Dresden, Hamburg and Berlin-the capital of Germany.
The German landscape is a diverse enchanting scenery of verdant forests, splendid river valleys, lush vineyards and the glorious Bavarian Alps. Splendid resorts and comforting hotels attract the visitors wishing to enjoy luxury Germany tours in the best way possible.
The private tours of Germany take you on a trip into lifestyle and culture that vividly lives in its architecture, quaint villages, art museums, operas and happening nightlife. Germany is also popular for its cuisine and has given the world the delectable hot dogs, pretzels, bratwurst, sauerkraut, schnitzel and sausages.
The historically rich city of Berlin is a must visit to understand the essence of Germany and its transformation to a cosmopolitan hub. The luxury Berlin tour introduces you to the capital city and its famous landmarks. Visit the remnants of the Berlin Wall, checkpoint Charlie and Brandenburg Tor which were built during the Cold War, marvel at the grandeur of the Charlottenburg Palace built for Queen Sophia of Prussia and explore the Museum Island which houses 5 lavish museums and is a declared UNESCO World Heritage site. Other notable sites are the TV tower – Fernsehturm, the Gendarmenmarket, splendid churches and art museums and galleries amongst many others.
Berlin is also known as a city that never sleeps. Set out to party in the most exuberant and vivacious nightlife city for an unforgettable experience. One of the most unique aspects of luxury Berlin tours is the evening pub crawl where visitors get to enjoy exquisite German beer and taste amazing cuisine.
A Historical and Heritage Tour in Berlin
1. Third Reich Tour:
Embark on a Berlin private tour to visit the infamous sites of the Third Reich. Hitler began his reign of terror in Berlin in 1933 and spread it across Europe. It ended with the Battle of Berlin in 1945. Discover the legacy of the Thousand Years Reich with a half day walking/bicycle tour to the many pivotal sites that played an important role in the atrocious history against Jews during Hitler’s reign and the resulting holocaust. The berlin tour describing the rise and fall of Nazi includes:Anhalter Bahnhof
Previously Europe’s largest train station, it was used to transfer Jews to the concentration camps. During Berlin private tours session, you’ll get a personal guided trip of this place and learn about the secrets that make it a significant part of its history.Topography of Terror museum
The main headquarters of Heinrich Himmler’s SS and Gestapo, it narrates the tale of Nazi’s National Socialist Party and the atrocities perpetrated by them on Jews and homosexuals.Luftwaffe Ministry Massive former headquarters of the Nazi air force. Reichstag
An historical edifice, it was a meeting place of the German Parliament before being set on fire in 1933. It was reconstructed in 1999 and is the most visited attraction in Berlin largely owing to the huge glass dome roof that offers a spectacular panoramic view of the city. With personal guided session as a part of luxury Germany tours, the visitors get to learn every detail of this place.Führerbunker
The bunker of Hitler, it was used by him and other Nazi officials until Hitler’s suicide which resulted in the end of WWII and the advent of the Cold War.Memorial for the Murdered Jews of Europe
It is a massive outdoor memorial dedicated to Holocaust victims and consists of over 2711 concrete slabs in various heights. Location: Berlin, Germany
Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Tour
Sachsenhausen was the first concentration camp established by the Third Reich in 1936. It was used as a model to build the rest of the concentration camps all over Germany and was also used as the administration camp by the Nazis. Delve into the brutal history of the reign of terror with the facility that was set up for political prisoners. 200,000 people were imprisoned here and more than 50,000 executed during medical experiments. Around 30,000 died due to exhaustion, malnutrition, disease and torture. Explore the prison cells, laboratories, guard tower, gas chambers and the pit. Learn about the everyday life of the prisoners at the camp which is narrated by an expert guide. Today the site serves as a national memorial to the prisoners who lived and died there. Location: Oranienburg, Berlin Price: INR 4,000 onwards per person
Best Time for Heritage Tour to Germany
Book the customized Germany tour during the summer and spring season between May – September when the temperature averages 22-degree Celsius. It is the perfect time to embark on a walking or bicycle tour to explore the history of the country and the capital, Berlin. Visit Munich, Germany in October to enjoy Oktoberfest, the worlds largest beer and funfair festival held annually for 16 days.
How to reach GermanyBy Air:
Frankfurt International Airport, Munich International Airport and Berlin Tegel International Airport are some of the international airports in Germany and are well connected to the rest of the world. The national carrier is Lufthansa.By Train:
Germany is well connected to several countries of Europe such as Switzerland, Poland, Czech Republic, Austria etc. The internal cities of Germany are too served by the extensive railway network making it easily accessible.By Bus:
Several bus companies offer services to enter Germany from several neighbouring European countries.