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"Private Half-Day Tour of Berlin: Capital of Culture
Private 3-hour Introductory Tour of Berlin Capital of Culture Tyranny and Tolerance"This 3-­hour tour of Germany’s capital city takes a broad view of the political and ideological forces that unleashed genocide and global war in the 20th century. Exploring Berlin’s iconic landmarks while emphasizing the tumultuous Nazi and Cold War eras you will learn how in the 1700s tiny Prussia’s violent transformation into Europe’s dominant military power already set the stage for the great tragedies of recent history. Begin the tour at Potsdamer Platz the business center which replaced the wasteland formerly known as East Germany’s “Death Strip.” Following the path where the Berlin Wall once stood through to the historic Tiergarten Park you take in the dramatic new Holocaust Memorial and the Reichstag. While the mysterious fire that damaged the Reichstag in 1933 was used by the Nazis as the pretext to suspend civil liberties and arrest political opponents the grand glass dome created for the building in 1992 by architect Norman Foster (complete with walkways that look down into the Parliament) provokes a discussion about the symbolic intentions of the cupola a metaphor for Germany’s reunification
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Private Tour: Berlin City Highlights
"You’ll be picked up from your hotel in the morning for your 3-hour private sightseeing tour. Learn about Berlin’s turbulent history diverse architecture and thriving art and cultural scene as you explore the city by private vehicle. As this is a private tour you can customize the exact itinerary to your preferences; simply let your guide know if you have any special interests. Visit historic sites such as Potsdamer Platz Brandenburg Gate (Brandenburger Tor) Checkpoint Charlie Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom) Charlottenburg Palace (Schloss Charlottenburg) and the town hall. Hop out to walk alongside the remains of the Berlin Wall
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Private Berlin Pokémon GO Hunting Tour by Car Including WiFi
"Enjoy a new experience in Berlin and go on a 2-hour Pokémon hunt through Berlin by car. Book a private custom tour in a nice sedan for up to 3 people or a luxurious van for up to 3 to 6 people to get a tailored itinerary and experience all the major high built in 1791 and was just one of many old city gates around the city of Berlin which at that time was still a manageable size. Berlin Television Tower known to locals as the Fernsehturm and instantly recognizable from the distance as it stands out of the Berlin skyline making it the tallest building in Berlin with its 368 meters Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom) with its magnificent dome is a remarkable example the of late 19th century architecture The Berlin Wall which was a barrier that divided Berlin from 1961 to 1989
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Germany's Tallest Structure

At 368m, Berlin’s TV Tower is the tallest structure in Germany, so there’s no excuse for not seeing it.There’s an enclosed viewing platform at 203 m, and fortunately you don’t have to climb the 986...
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Jun 16, 2016

Fantastic View

Probably the best view of Berlin that you can possibly get. I was there on a very busy saturday and purchased my tickets around 1pm, but then needed to wait for around 4 hours before i was able to go...
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Nov 03, 2014

I did it! I got up there!

I have allways been scared of hight places, but in past few years I have been getting over it. But still i have said, I wont ever go to any tower. Only to real buildings, witch are as width from...
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Oct 22, 2014

Go to the TV tower

You get a really good view from up there. Go there when they open then there´s no line. If you are travelling in a group and somebody dosen´t want to go up, there´s a Starbuck on ground floor where...
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Mar 21, 2014

TV tower

As Germany spread away and two different countries appeared (and also two parts of Berlin) Soviet influenced German Demokratische Republic decided to build a new TV tower. In 1950 it was a plan to do...
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Sep 29, 2013


Fernseturm (Tv Tower) at Alexanderplatz, with its height of 368 metres is among the tallest structures in Europe. It is part of WFGT, World Federation of Great Towers. The tower was constructed...
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May 30, 2013

First step in Berlin

If you in Berlin. At first I recommend to visit a TVtower and to see the city from height. YOU will find that all sights are very closely to each other and then it is possible to plan already how and...
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Mar 22, 2013

Germany’s tallest Structure with a View

The TV Tower is a spectacular construction, and with a height of 368 metres Germany’s tallest structure. However, although it is Berlin’s most visible landmark, it is surely not the most beautiful...
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Oct 21, 2012

Berlin TV Tower - Fernsehturm

When we visited Alexanderplatz we obtained a good view of the TV Tower located nearby. At that time (2010) it was the highest structure in Berlin at 368 metres. Built in 1969 by the German Democratic...
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Jul 06, 2012


The Fernsehturm (TV Tower) is located near Alexanderplatz and when someone tells you that "you can't miss it", they speak the truth. This is the tallest structure in Germany and stands 368 meters in...
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May 16, 2012

Best View For Miles!

The TV Tower offers a great view of Berlin but be aware that it gets extremely busy and is best to go early morning or late evening. We got there for around 10am and it took us about an hour to...
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Feb 08, 2012


"The Fernsehturm is an impressive and iconic sight, soaring above the skyline of Berlin like a giant glistening golf ball skewered on a concrete spike, topped with a red and white flash. This product...
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Oct 26, 2011
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Things to Do Near TV Tower - Fernsehturm

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Marx Engels Forum

After we had visited the cathedral we crossed the road and continued towards the TV Tower, the next sight we came across was the Marx-Engels Forum with its statues of Karl Marx and Fredriech Engels....
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Sanssouci Palace

Sanssouci Palace (Schloss Sanssouci on German language maps and guides) is one of the primary tourist attractions in the city, and is where many of the tours bring their people. It has a gift...
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Berlin Hauptbahnhof - Berlin Central Station

Berlin's modern glass and steel central railway station is an impressive railway hub with 5 different levels Opened in May 2006, the Main railway station is Berlin's sparkling new train station,...
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Karl Marx Allee

A walk along Karl Marx Allee may not be everybody’s idea of a morning or afternoon out in Berlin, but if the old GDR ideology fascinates you as much as it does me, then try and find a gap in your...
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St. Hedwig's Cathedral

St. Hedwig's Cathedral is a Catholic Cathedral, constructed in around 1747, but consecrated in 1773. It is interesting enough, as it was just the fist Catholic church in Berlin after Reformation. It...
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Checkpoint Charlie

If Checkpoint Charlie would have been left as it was originally it would be spectacular .... but now it's just a sad tourist trap ... People line up to take photos with some guy dressed in a US...
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Getting to TV Tower - Fernsehturm


Panoramastrasse 1A, 10178 Berlin


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