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Cold War and Berlin Wall Tour

Berlin

Discover the defining moments of Berlin and its inhabitants during the Cold War and how it shaped their identities up till today

Description

Discover the incredible history of a divided city, that became the Cold War capital during the second half of the twentieth century. Following the division of Germany in 1949, the overnight construction of the Berlin Wall in 1961 increased tensions further and had a life changing impact for many Berliners. It became an enduring symbol of the Cold War, until its collapse in 1989.

This tour presents an exclusive chance to delve into the intricacies of this period, including insights on the construction of the Wall, daily life in a divided city, Cold War espionage, incredible escape stories and finally, how the Berlin Wall finally fell…

This is such a recent piece of Berlin‘s history and one that in many ways still leaves a mark upon the city today. Don’t miss the opportunity to learn all about the Cold War with our experienced local guides who will share their passion and knowledge of the city with you!

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More information

  • Accesibility
    Suitable for people with reduced mobility.
  • Groups
    On our free tour we don’t accept bookings for more than 6 people. If you’re a larger group, you’ll need to book a private tour.
  • Pets
    Suitable for carrying pets.
The transport ticket for the whole day AB is required.

Tour schedules

Thursday and Saturday at 10:00 am.

Highlights

Additional information

Umbrella

Yellow

duration

3.5 h

Languages

Español / English

Where you can find us?

Outside the main entrance of the Tränenpalast, the Palace of Tears Museum, located next to the Friedrichstrasse train station. Look for the Yellow umbrella!

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