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Berlin: Memorials and Monuments Smartphone Audio Tour1 Reviews
Discover Berlin’s tragic history reflected in its iconic and lesser-known landmarks on this audio tour available for smartphones. Enjoy the freedom to pause, restart, and explore at your own pace.
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- Delve into the history and culture of Berlin with a convenient audio tour
- Visit the Brandenburg Gate and find out which part Napoleon stole as a trophy
- Enjoy the freedom to pause and restart the tour whenever you feel like it
- Explore vibrant city squares, including Pariser Platz and Potsdamer Platz
- Listen as the audio points out often-overlooked details hidden in plain sight
DescriptionJourney through Berlin's long and complicated history with a smartphone audio tour. Visit historical monuments and memorials that reflect the story of Berlin and listen to insightful commentary. Enjoy the freedom to pause and restart the tour as you please. Begin your audio tour in the shadow of the Reichstag and see poignant, often overlooked memorials that most tourists miss. Wind your way through Tiergarten Park and down 17 June Street, named for the 1953 protests against the East German regime that took place on that day. Follow your in-app GPS guide to all the major sights with ease. Get unlimited use from the moment of booking and enjoy the freedom to pause and restart the tour when you like, allowing you to make detours, stop for pictures, and take breaks. Along the way, your audio guide will point out commemorative sculptures and memorials, including the Ronald Reagan plaque, commemorating the politician’s 1987 visit, when he exclaimed, 'Mr. Gorbachev, open this gate! Tear down this Wall!' Make a stop at Gerhard Marcks’ sculpture of a man shouting to East Berlin, entitled 'Der Rufer,' created before the fall of the wall, and see the two tanks that form the Soviet War Memorial in Tiergarten. Continue to Louis Toaillon’s 'Amazone zu Pferd,' which, after many years of being moved from one spot to another, has found a permanent home in Tiergarten Park, and marvel at Wolfgang Siemering’s Beethoven-Haydn-Mozart Memorial. Learn important information about the city, including about those who were killed trying to cross the wall and all those who perished during the Second World War. Finish your audio tour at Potsdamer Platz.
IncludesUnlimited access to the in-app audio tour Offline access to audio, maps, and geodata
- The tour uses a mobile app. You will need to download the app and then use the voucher code provided to download the tour This is an audio tour that you can start, pause, or restart at any time and complete at your own pace You can download the tour at any time, before or after your booking date. It is best to download the tour before you set off for the starting point This tour is only available in English and German.