With the help of our experienced guides, we can provide a wide variety of experiences. In particular, we have experience with the needs of people with health problems and wheelchair users. We can carry out every tour in barrier-free mode and adapt it to any desired medical needs.
Whether on foot, on a bike, in a limo or van, whether family-friendly, as holiday fun, or as a follow-up to a historical doctoral thesis – on our private tours you determine topics, pace and the level of depth offered.
We have developed exemplary tours in line with various areas of interest. Our private tours start and end wherever you want. They can be adapted to any special interest and time budget. Feel free to talk to us whenever you want, our guides are knowledgeable and flexible professionals.
Berlin Jewish History Tour (half day/4hrs)
This tour takes you to the Spandau suburb, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Berlin and once the epicenter of Jewish life. City history condenses here in a confined space, at the same time it is wonderful to stroll.
This full day tour provides an opportunity to explore the extensive topography of Berlin’s Jewish history. The immense influence of Jewish protagonists on the cultural history of Berlin and Germany becomes clear.
For decades, the Cold War kept the world in suspense. No city suffered more than Berlin, which the Iron Curtain cut brutally in half. A tour to locations of ‘Berlin’s world history’ and the confrontation of global power blocks. Berlin and Germany clearly.
In Potsdam the victorious powers negotiated Europe’s post-war order, had Soviet military and KGB headquarters, and exchanged agents for the German states. The Prussian residence in the light of the end of the World War and the Cold War.
Potsdam: Royal Palaces and Gardens (full day/8hrs)
Potsdam offers lordly splendor and countless architectural gems in the midst of magnificent park landscapes. Discover the residence city of the Prussian kings and its unforgettable world cultural heritage.
Buildings by the architect Schinkel, prefabricated buildings and current new buildings shape the cityscape of today’s Berlin. This tour includes all the major architectural masterpieces of the past 100 years.
“It had only one goal, it had only one purpose: death.” Marcel Reich-Ranicki, Publicist & Literary Critic (1920-2013).
In 1936 Heinrich Himmler commissioned SS-Obersturmführer and architect Bernhard Kuiper to build the Sachsenhausen concentration camp.