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Historical Cemeteries of Berlin Walking Tour

Historical Cemeteries of Berlin Walking Tour
Duration:
2 hours
From:
USD 139.74
Explore German history on this 2-hour walking tour of historical cemeteries in Berlin. See some of the historically most important cemeteries of the city.

Warnemünde Shore Excursion: Comprehensive Berlin Jewish History Tour

Warnemünde Shore Excursion: Comprehensive Berlin Jewish History Tour
Duration:
12 hours
From:
USD 1106.26
Spend an amazing day out from Warnem&uuml;nde to Berlin to discover hidden history of Jewish life. This tour is perfect if you are on a cruise and you have time for a one day shore excursion to Berlin. You will experience a private day trip with a focus on sites of Jewish interest. This tour also includes a comprehensive visit of all Berlin highlights.<br />This tour will take you to the old Jewish quarter of Berlin with its stunning New Synagogue and the old Jewish cemetery. You will also see today's largest synagogue in Berlin and the Jewish community center in former West Berlin. You will learn more about hiding places during the Nazi times, and a visit of the the Memorial for the Murdered Jews in Europe is also included. If you are interested, we'll visit some remains of the NS-dictatorship like the site of Hitlers bunker or the ruins of the Gestapo and SS headquarter as well.

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We have one shared transfer option that might be of interest to you. If you have any questions or would like to customize any Berlin Brandenburg Airport transfer listed, then please contact us. To ensure availability, we strongly recommend booking our transfer services at least 48 hours prior to your scheduled arrival or departure. Berlin Brandenburg Airport private transfer options are also available.



   

Modern Berlin Bike Tour Including Kreuzberg and Tempelhof Airport Private Car Transfers



Explore modern Berlin by beach cruiser on a half-day bike tour with a local guide. Pedal easily along Berlin's bike-friendly paths and less-traveled roads, including the runways of the former Tempelhof Airport. Visit the site of the Berlin Wall and explore the multicultural neighborhood of Kreuzberg. Your guide will entertain you with facts and anecdotes about Berlin's history and evolving cultural and social landscape.


This transfer service runs to various destinations, please see the transfer details for destinations served and pricing | Shared shuttle transfer FAQ's





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Last Updated: 21 May 2017