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120 minutes private tour in one of our Carrosse DeLouis electric carriages to Berlin's cultural highlights, around the city's Tiergarten park and the historical district
An intense introduction for Berlin beginners with all important sightseeing places. The tour includes:
The "Neue Nationalgalerie" at the "Kulturforum Berlin" exhibits artwork of the 20th century. Opened in 1968, the museum designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, is considered to be an icon of modern architecture.
Museum Island, which is located in the historic center of Berlin, has been the only cultural and architectural ensemble that is considered part of UNESCO World Heritage. Its history, however, has been very diverse. Swampland in the middle Ages, it was used for several purposes in the following centuries: Friedrich I had a gallery for tropical fruits and exotic plants built at this place. Under Friedrich Wilhelm I the Orangerie was used as a warehouse and salt storage. In1830 the first Prussian museum, open to the public, had been built here. It is today known as "Old Museum".
"Gendarmenmarkt" is said to be the most beautiful place in Berlin. It is surrounded by three monuments: Deutscher Dom (German Church), Französischer Dom (French Church) and Konzerthaus.
Siegessäule (Victory Column): The national monument with "Victoria" on top was inaugurated in 1873. Originally, it was located in front of the Reichstag. Since it did not fit in the ideas of Nazi city planners, it was relocated in Tiergarten's main roundabout in 1938.
Bundeskanzleramt: The largest government building of the world at present.
Reichstag: the German Parliament. The building was in hibernation mode during German separation.
Brandenburg Gate: The symbol of German reunification.
Holocaust Memorial: 2,711 rectangular blocks on 13,100 square meters are dedicated to the Jewish victims of the Nazi genocide of World War II.
Potsdamer Platz: In the 1920s, the busiest place in Europe, complete wasteland during German separation and now having been retransformed into a modern metropolis center within 10 years.
Alexanderplatz with World Time Clock – the central place of East Berlin during German separation.
You can find more information on our Carrosse DeLouis electric coaches at https://www.cardelou.com/en/