The Private Accessible 4 hour Berlin Guided Tour will take you on a trip back in time to explore the many layers of dynamic and fascinating history that is embedded in the heart of Berlin. This accessible walking tour is perfect for disabled travelers with interest in the city’s Prussian and Nazi past and those looking for a way to experience “Berlin Mitte” firsthand.
Your Berlin accessible walking tour will take you to the famous barrier that cut the city in two and stands as a symbol of the Cold War, the Berlin Wall. Your professional, friendly tour guide will take you to the last remaining sections of the wall to hear stories and facts about the process of division, daring and often deadly escape attempts, and the impact of the wall throughout the course of history. Your tour guide is expertly trained to avoid obstacles such as stairs, curbs and steps to make sure your visit to Berlin Mitte goes smoothly.
This accessible walking tour of Berlin continues to several other significant historical landmarks including Checkpoint Charlie, the famous crossing point from the American Sector into East Berlin, and the Topography of Terror, which was the site of the SS and Gestapo headquarters. You will also visit the former place of Der Fuehrerbunker, the place Hitler spent his final weeks while rejecting the possibility of defeat. Here you will hear the story about his last days, his marriage to Ms. Eva Braun and their suicide pact.
A walking tour of Berlin would not be complete without seeing the breathtaking Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. Completed in April 2006 and located right in the heart of Berlin, this impressive three-football field sized memorial stands as a symbol of the “New Berlin”.
On this Berlin accessible walking tour, you will enjoy an informative, interesting and memorable day full of history, fantastic photo opportunities and most importantly, great accessibility!
- The Berlin Wall
- Brandenburg Gate
- Touring Berlin Mitte
- The Holocaust Memorial
- Checkpoint Charlie
- The former place of Der Fuehrerbunker
- Topography of Terror