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Berlin Story Bunker

Join a Berlin Story Bunker tour for a walk through time

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25 % savings with the Berlin WelcomeCard
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Berlin WelcomeCard All inclusive

off the standard admission

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A Berlin Story Bunker tour is set in a recreation of the infamous Führerbunker, where Adolf Hitler spent his last days. The tour, a frightening reminder of a war that claimed 70 million lives, is understandably intimidating and visitors can only visit the bunker with a guide. A free audio guide is available in English, and most of the signage is in English and German. The bunker tour experience concludes with a film.

Berlin at its best

Unmissable attractions include the enormous dome of the Berlin Cathedral and the Brandenburg Gate, under which Napoleon and Hitler marched. Culture travellers will adore Berlin for its distinct multicultural neighbourhoods and colourful murals full of meaning – look out for the painting of the kiss between Honecker and Brezhnev. Lean in for a selfie with the Siegessäule (Victory Column) which featured prominently in Wim Wenders's 'Faraway, So Close'. Rococo and Prussian grandeur await at the riverside Charlottenburg Palace. Kurfürstendamme beckons with its vintage façades and shopping options. When night falls, head to the stylish cocktail bars or to the industrial-style nightclubs.

Berlin Story Bunker tour

Housed inside a 6,500-square-metre WWII bunker, the tour chillingly recreates some of the most infamous events in German history. The exhibition showcases the sequence of events leading up to Hitler's suicide in 1945 in the Führerbunker. A major attraction on the Berlin Story Bunker tour is a viewing of the reconstruction of Hitler’s personal study. Visitors are led through the bunker, where each scene is accentuated with stills from films such as 2004's 'Downfall', which chronicled the dictator's final days in the Führerbunker.

More Berlin for less money

The Berlin WelcomeCard lets you save up to 50% on attractions such as Museum Island and Charlottenburg Palace. The card also works on Berlin's public transport. It's particularly appealing for families, as each ticket allows up to three children to travel for free. With over 209 partners in 12 categories spanning castles, stages, restaurants, souvenirs and boat trips, the Berlin WelcomeCard ensures no one's left out. A free city guide and map are included. Discover Berlin in every conceivable way – by boat, bike, Segway or balloon flight.

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