In March 10th, 1933 the book burning took place at Bebelplatz in Berlin, surrounded not only by 10.000 bystanders, but also the marks of finest prussian architecture, to finally reveal the core of Nazi propaganda and its true inhumane nature.
The Story of Hitlers Bunker in Berlin explains the rather complex relationship between the Germans and their own past in a simple parking lot. Triggering your imagination, this particular bunker was the place where Hitler finally took his own life.
The Brandenburg Gate (Brandenburger Tor) is one of the most important monuments in Berlin and perhaps the most famous in Germany. Undoubtedly, this is a must for those visiting the German capital and is, of course, an integral part of our guided tours of Berlin in English.
Checkpoint Charlie is definitely one of those places in Berlin that always leave you a little confused. A corner where hundreds of visitors and groups accompanied by tourist guides stop to try to imagine what was, in a given moment, the hottest place in the Cold War.