The cold war trail in a divided city
The Cold War in Berlin
After the Nazi demise and the total destruction of Berlin, the people of Berlin witnessed American, British, French and Russian soldiers entering their city and staying for more than 40 years.
As a consequence of the loss of the second World War, Germany, and Berlin in particular, became a central location of an ideological clash involving world dominance between two huge nuclear powers - The Cold War. Berlin was a hub of spies and military activity for these big world powers, and was the home of the symbol of the cold war - the Berlin Wall.
After years of tension, on the 9th of November the people of Berlin destroyed the wall with their own hammers and apprise the end of communism and totalitarianism in east Europe and Russia.
East side Gallery
The wall Memorial
The stasi headquarters
The main memorial for the Russian soldiers
Oberbaumbrücke and Bornholmer straße checkpoint.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel
Duration: 3 hours
The duration of the tour is 3 hours!
Transportation Method: Transportation Method: The tour is a walking tour trough the city, I meet the customer in the hotel and than we take the train to city center and than walk trough the amazing sites of Berlin. If the customer would like we could do the tour with a van (additional costs will apply)
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 euro - 20 euro - 20 euro - Just for a coffee or something to eat in the Break
2.80 euro for one ride in public transport or 7 euro for day ticket in case the hotel or pick up location is far from meeting point
If the tour will be conducted with a vehicle, additional costs will apply (please contact me for a price offer for that)
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We chose the "Cold War" tour of Berlin with Nadav on our last day in Berlin. He was able to modify the tour to avoid some areas that we had already seen (but in retrospect it would have been fine if we went as we probably would have learned more about the sites from him.) The tour started on time, he gave a great overview of the time period and was able to answer our question. He gave us some great tips for visiting - especially the Panoramic view of Berlin.