Stroll through Berlin's history from World War II to German reunification .
On our bus tour we show you, among other things, the Schöneberg Town Hall. From the balcony of that building Kennedy spoke the legendary words "I am a Berliner". You will also see the Bösebrücke, which became famous on the day of the fall of the Berlin Wall as the first border crossing opened for GDR citizens. The highlight
of the tour is a bunker tour
in the Anhalter Bunker from 1942, which has been converted into a history bunker.
We would be pleased to take you on a journey through Berlin's history from the Second World War to German reunification, including a guided tour in the Anhalter Bunker from 1942, a former air-raid shelter. Experience Berlin in a completely different way on this city tour.
What you can expect
Our guide will show you historically significant places, some of them off the beaten track.
We start at Kurfürstendamm and show you, amoung other things, the Schöneberg Town Hall. From the balcony of this building John F. Kennedy made a historic commitment to the city of Berlin on 26 June 1963 with his legendary words "I am a Berliner".
Our bus tour through Berlin's history continues to take you past the "Topography of Terror". This documentation centre is one of the most visited places of remembrance in Berlin. Between 1933-1945 the headquarters of the Secret State Police, the SS and the Reich Security Main Office were located here.
The city tour also takes you over the Bösebrücke bridge. On 9 November 1989, the day of the fall of the Berlin Wall, it achieved worldwide fame when at around 11.30 p.m. the border crossing point Bornholmer Strasse at the eastern end of the bridge was opened as the first border crossing point in Berlin for GDR citizens. Shortly after midnight, more than 20.000 people moved to West Berlin over this bridge.
The highlight of our bus tour is the guided bunker tour in the Anhalter Bunker, a former air-raid shelter dating from 1942. It has been converted into a history bunker in recent years and houses a documentary on National Socialism and the Berlin Story Museum today.