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Rotes Rathaus

Home to Berlin’s political bodies, the Red Town Hall (Rotes Rathaus) is easily recognisable by its vivid red brick exterior.

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Museumsinsel
With its collection of remarkable museums, this island earned a spot on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.
Fernsehturm
A TV tower in central Berlin, Fernsehturm towers 368 metres over the city.
Nikolai Quarter
One of the oldest residential areas of Berlin, this quarter is filled with enjoyable bars and restaurants.
St Mary's Church
A Protestant church founded during Berlin’s medieval urban expansion in 1250.
Kaffee (Coffee)
The most popular drink in Germany, which is the world’s second biggest coffee importer.
Block of Women
East Berlin sculptor Ingeborg Hunzinger carved this monument in a Rosenstrasse square to pay tribute to the non-Jewish women who peacefully protested in 1943 against the deportation of their Jewish husbands.

Related Tours

Private Tour of Berlin's Political Centre
When visiting Berlin, you can not help but become utterly immersed in the years of fascinating history that is present around every street corner. 

  • Explore Museum Island, home to some of Germany's best museums.
  • Take a walk through Unter den Linden - the historic heart of the city and enjoy a pleasant stroll along Berlin's Linden Boulevard.
  • Pass the beautiful Berlin Armoury, the New Guard House and the Babelplatz and learn more about Berlin's tumultuous history.
  • Pause at the Holocaust Memorial and remember those who have lost their lives.
In addition to the mentioned attractions, you will also visit St. Hedwig's Cathedral, a fine example of neoclassical design; Gendarmenmarkt - Berlin's most graceful square;  Hitler's Bunker; and the iconic Brandenburg Gate.

Berlin's political history is divisive, tumultuous and extraordinary. On this thrilling four-hour walking tour of the city, you will have the pleasure of exploring the medieval Alt-Berlin, where you will witness the old and new - tradition and innovation, sitting quite happily side-by-side. Explore traditions as you walk through Museum Island, and enjoy a stroll through Unter den Linden as you discuss Germany's political past with your expert guide, before recounting the horrific events of the past at Hitler's Bunker and the Holocaust Memorial. 
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