Private tour

Battle of Berlin: Full Day Historic WWII Private Tour

Private tour

Battle of Berlin: Full Day Historic WWII Private Tour

Activity provider: Humboldt Tours Berlin GmbH

From US$ 875.55 per person

Go deep into Berlin’s military history on this private black van tour that covers the Battle of Berlin, which sparked the end of the Nazi regime and the eventual end of WWII in Europe.

About this activity

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Duration 8 hours
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Live tour guide
English, German
Pickup included
Please wait in the hotel lobby 5 minutes before your scheduled pickup time. The guide will be holding a sign with your last name on it.
Wheelchair accessible
Private group


  • Private Expert Guide and Driver
  • Learn about the “Fall of Berlin” from an expert guide versed in military history
  • See historic sites like the Reichstag building and the site of Hitler’s bunker
  • Learn how Nazi Germany used a flak tower defence system to defend the city
  • Visit the Soviet Memorials at Tiergarten and Treptower Park
Full description
The 1945 Battle of Berlin included some of the deadliest fighting in recorded military history. On this full day private black van Berlin tour, you’ll learn about the battle itself and how it led to the eventual fall of the Nazi regime. Follow along with an expert guide in military history as they explain the chaos of the battle, the strategies involved, and the surrender of the Third Reich. We will visit the Reichstag building, which was one of the central targets of the Red Army during the battle, and see the unmarked site of the former Führerbunker, where Hitler eventually died by suicide. Learn about the Nazi’s air defence system and the series of flak towers built in Berlin and beyond, to protect the regime from air attack. You’ll also stop at the Museum Berlin-Karlshorst, located on the site where the German armed forces surrendered, and WWII ended. Lastly, visit two Soviet war memorials, at Tiergarten and Treptower Park, both commemorating the Soviet soldiers who died during the Battle of Berlin. About Our Guides Our Berlin tour guides are more than just guides — they are true characters of the city, with deep knowledge of Berlin’s history and politics. Some of them were eyewitnesses to the Cold War, and all of them are enthusiastic ambassadors of their city. On this tour, you will be led by an expert in military history, who will be happy to take the time to answer all your questions about the Battle of Berlin and WWII.
  • Private Expert Guide
  • Pick up and Drop off at your Hotel
  • Entrance or Admission Fees
  • Private Driver/Black Van
  • Food and drink
  • Gratuity

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What to bring

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Cash

Know before you go

  • Our guides are experts in their subjects, but this is your private tour, and the city has no shortage of fascinating places to see. It’s our pleasure to tailor this tour to suit your interests. Simply tell us where your interests lie, and we’ll be happy to accommodate your wishes.
Customer reviews

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Es hat mit Führerin Sabine und Fahrer Andreas sehr viel Spaß gemacht und wir haben sehr viel gesehen und erfahren. Absolut zu empfehlen!

July 18, 2022


Best guided tour ever!

My biggest concern when I booked the tour was that our guide wold not be able to meet our very high expectations of what a battlefield tour should be, such as to give a political, strategic and operational perspective neccesary to understand what actually took place at the end battle for Berlin. What a vaste of time my worries were! Bernard did not only exceed our expectations, but added perspectives and knowledge we didn´t even know existed. The tour concept was perfect for us, and as a historian Bernard managed to present the Russian, German and even English perspectives which truly made the understanding of the events at and around Seelow deeper and more complex. Being a German himself Bernhard also gave a bigger insight of how the Germans historically and contemporary percieves(ed) this traumatic experience. The tour was professionally organised and conduducted, and Bernard (and his driver) brought a truly personal touch and made the tour a all time high for us. Highly recommended!

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September 16, 2012

Product ID: 16937