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Start by visiting the Neues Museum where you will explore the impressive collection of the world’s most enchanting ancient civilization – Egypt. Your guide will lead you through Egypt’s millennia-old evolution, explaining how the civilization transformed over time, whilst you observe the countless sculptures, impressive artifacts and death rituals. You’ll be personally introduced to Queen Nefertiti, Egypt’s most famous leading lady and the museum’s prized possession. Pergamon Museum has the most famous restored facades, mosaics, sculptures and tiled floors in the country. Inside the Greek and Roman section you’ll find monumental Market Gate of Miletus dating back to the Romans.
Without having to step a foot off Museum Island you just covered thousands of years of history in under 2.5 hours.
After a well deserved lunch break, you’ll dive into an exciting city walk. Departing from Museum Island, your guide will lead you in a journey all the way to The Brandenburg Gate.
Berlin has a unique history and architecture. From its thriving days as the capital of the Prussian Empire to its division following the devastation of the Second World War, this city has seen it all and has since then managed to rebuild itself. Beyond just viewing the city’s most iconic architecture, you’ll be thrown into the world of the Kaisers, come face-to-face with Hitler’s rise to power and stand in the exact location that marked a divided Berlin. Your guides will share as well their insider tips and favourite places, so that by the end of this tour you will be all set to handle Berlin like a local.
No other tour will cover this much terrain and history and our professional guides will ensure this is the best experience you and your family have during your trip!
Highlights Generally Include:
The Bust of Nefertiti
The Berlin Green Man
The Berlin Gold Hat
The Skull of the Neanderthal
Market Gate of Miletus
The TV Tower
Former SS Headquarters
Book burning memorial
Walk under Berlin’s only surviving historical city gate