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Tailor-made programs to follow your interests are unique and practical for individuals and private groups. 

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Book your flight and hotel for the others in Berlin, and we will take care of almost everything from A to Z. Your transfer, tours, tour guide, tour management and transport, Tickets, and other Tour Services combined. Following your unique interests, we have the most comfortable, efficient, informative, and flexible program.
Taylor made everything that suits your interests, including boat tours, shopping tours, entrance museums, and entrance attractions; don't hesitate and ask us for A quote.

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3-day itinerary for exploring the historical highlights of Berlin:

Day 1:

  • Start the day by visiting the Brandenburg Gate, one of the most iconic landmarks in Berlin. Take a stroll down the famous Unter den Linden boulevard to get a feel for the city's architecture and history.

  • Next, visit the Reichstag building, which houses the German parliament. The building has a rich history; damaged in a fire in 1933 and later reconstructed after the fall of the Berlin Wall.

  • After lunch, head to the Topography of Terror museum, which is located on the site of the former Gestapo headquarters. The museum offers a sobering look at the atrocities committed by the Nazis during World War II.

  • End the day with a visit to the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, a sombre and powerful monument to the victims of the Holocaust.

Day 2:

  • Start the day by visiting the Berlin Wall Memorial, which is dedicated to the wall's victims and Germany's division. Here you can see a preserved section of the wall and visit the Chapel of Reconciliation, which was built on the site of a former church that was destroyed during the construction of the wall.

  • Next, head to the Checkpoint Charlie Museum, located at the former border crossing point between East and West Berlin. The museum offers a comprehensive look at the history of the wall and the Cold War.

  • After lunch, take a bike tour of the city to see more of its historical landmarks, including the Berliner Dom, the remains of the Anhalter Bahnhof train station, and the ruins of the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church.

  • End the day with a visit to the Soviet War Memorial in Treptower Park, honouring the Soviet soldiers who died in the Battle of Berlin in 1945.

Day 3:

  • Start the day by visiting Museum Island, a cluster of five world-renowned museums that house a vast collection of art and artefacts. Don't miss the Pergamon Museum, which features impressive archaeological exhibits, including the Ishtar Gate of Babylon.

  • Next, head to the Berliner Unterwelten museum, which offers a fascinating look at the city's underground history, including World War II bunkers and Cold War-era tunnels.

  • After lunch, take a guided tour of the Stasi Museum, housed in the former headquarters of the East German secret police. The museum offers a chilling look at the surveillance tactics used by the regime to maintain control over its citizens.

  • End the day with a visit to the East Side Gallery, the most significant remaining section of the Berlin Wall, featuring murals and artwork that remind the city's past.

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