Bunkers of Berlin Tour
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(18 reviews) star Off the beaten track Berlin 1 - 15 watch_later 4 hours
- done Visit the Führerbunker and the Luftschützbunker OR the Borosbunker inside
- done Visit the flakturm outside with a wonderful view
- done Visit the Berlin Story Museum in the Anhalter Bunker
- done Understand Berlin's underground history
- done 100% private for you and your group
What you can expect
Are you ready to discover the most interesting bunkers in Berlin? 4 different bunkers are waiting for you to discover them during this 4 hour tour and for minimum 2 persons.
The best thing? You get to choose which bunker you want to visit on the inside as well!
We'll first check out the Luftschützbunker also known as the Berlin Story Bunker and then take the S-bahn (underground train) to the Führerbunker also known as Hitler's Bunker.
It's up to you if you want to enter and visit Hitler's Bunker on this stop or visit the inside of the next stop, the Boros Bunker, now transformed into an art gallery.
The "Führerbunker" (Hitlerbunker) includes a 90 minutes exhibition that gives you an overview of Hitler’s Führerbunker and the end of the Third Reich.
Bevor or after this visit we'll go to the Berlin History Museum (tickets includes in the tour).
The Boros Bunker is the 3rd stop of the tour, it's an interesting bunker that has been transformed in contemporary space and it hosts an art collection belonging to Mr. Boros.
The last bunker we will stop at is the Bunker/Flakturm Humboldthain. It's a great viewpoint as well, get your camera ready for an awesome view of the city.
* The Berlin Story Bunker can be visit at 2 pm (12€/pers.), let me know if you're interested as tickets need to be booked in advance.
** The BOROS Bunker can be visited on the inside(12€/pers.) from Thursday to Sunday at 3 pm. This is a very popular attraction! Please let me know as soon as possible if you want to visit and I will help get your ticket.
This is the plan
Off the beaten track details
- checkFree cancellation up to 14 days before experience date
- closeNo refunds within 14 days of experience date
- closeTickets Anhalter Bunker
- closeTickets Boros Bunker
The Artsy Illustrator
"Born in 1982 (Paris), lives and works in Berlin.
Laetitia is a graduate of the art school ENSAD of Paris in communication design, June 2007. After graduating she became a freelance illustrator and graphic designer. In September 2009, Laetitia moved her workshop to Berlin, her father’s birthplace, flourishing and developing her artistic styles. Her art works have been exhibited in several galleries and cafes of Berlin. Through this collective she travels and presents her works to many fairs throughout Germany, including the STROKE Urban Art Fair Berlin- 2012 and an online-shop for her label "Laeti-Berlin". Since 2013 she prints t-shirts and accessories with organic-textiles on silkscreens. She illustrates and makes screen patterns on bio textiles since January 2013 in her Berlin Studio in Wedding. Laetitia’s works reflect rhythm and movement. They consider mobility, interactivity and communication flow that characterize our society today. Here are presented her Berlin illustrations from sketchy spontaneous lines. The line is very important to her as an illustrator since using the energy of mind and body is transferred to the drawing. She also uses different spaces and materials to express, such as acrylic, spray paint, woodcut and linocut.
" I’m an illustrator and I’m passionate about everything related to art and music. Urban sketching, silkprinting, dancing, singing, playing instruments, you name it, I'll do it!
I love Berlin because of its contrasts and creative vibes. It’s like Europe’s artist’s capital.
On my tour we’ll enjoy together the underground scene of Berlin and dive in the alternative side of the city. I will athough show you the Berliner Wall in a bike tour.
I can also 100% personalize this tour for you. Just let me know!
Pick me as your guide and become a local in Berlin! "
Blog (urban sketches): http://hildebrandlaetitia.vefblog.net/HildebrandLaetitia/