Taking a private guided tour in Berlin is the ideal way to find you feet in the city or delve deeper into familiar territory. We work with many expert local guides, all professionally certified by the Bündnis Berliner Stadtführer guides association, to offer premium quality private tours focused on specific historical chapters in Berlin’s past, and aspects of the city’s vibrant present day. If you’re looking for in-depth sightseeing and a relaxed but detailed introduction to the city, we can provide it. We also tailor travel itineraries for niche interests in the city, company and school excursions and educational family visits.

Below you’ll find a selection of private tours to get you inspired:

Berlin Highlights Tour

Berlin Highlights


Our Highlights Tour takes you through the milestones of Berlin past and present. Covering the major sights & the stories behind them. Explore a city fraught with history.


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Third Reich Tour

Third Reich: Capital of Tyranny


Discover the darkest chapter of Berlin’s history – its time as the nerve centre of the Nazi state, and the city Hitler intended to become the capital of the world: Germania.


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Cold War Tour

Cold War: City of Spies


For decades, Berlin sat simmering in the heat of the Cold War – divided and occupied. Discover the traces of a conflict that took the world to the brink of annihilation.


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Jewish Heritage Tour

Jewish Heritage: Rise & Resurrection


Berlin’s Jewish community was once one of the most vibrant in the world. Persecuted, expelled, almost annihilated. Its story did not begin, nor end, with Nazi Germany.


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Potsdam Tour

Potsdam: Jewel of Prussia


Home to the opulent summer residences of the Prussian kings (later German emperors), Potsdam is flush with architectural splendour and tranquil sculpted parks and gardens.


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Sachsenhausen Tour

Sachsenhausen: The Model Camp


As a physical manifestation of the Nazi world view, Sachsenhausen served as an SS testing ground for the Holocaust & the nucleus of the concentration camp system. 


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