Berlin Coach Holidays

Coach Holidays and Trips to Berlin, Germany

Berlin is not only Germany's capital but also its biggest city, with a population of nearly 4 million. With its diverse nightlife including basement clubs, saucy cabaret shows, beer gardens and cocktail bars it’s not surprising that it is known as 'the city that never truly sleeps’. 

However, if you prefer a less frenetic holiday, Berlin also has many beautiful parks, a wealth of fascinating museums and historic sites such as, Berlin Palace, Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag Building and of course - the remains of the Berlin Wall. If this particular aspect of Berlin’s history interests you, then why not book one of our WW2 battlefield tours in Germany to discover the iconic sites of Wartime Berlin? We have a selection of coach and air holidays to Germany featuring short trips to Berlin with guided excursions to see the main historical attractions.

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Attractions and Interests

Berlin Brandenburg Gate

Brandenburg Gate
Located ‘Unter den Linden’ at a stone’s throw away from the Reichstag Building, the Brandenburg Gate, is one of Europe’s most famous landmarks. The Gate used to stand for the separation of east and west, ever since the fall of the wall in 1989, it has been a symbol for the unification of Germany and is the most visited sight in the metropolis.

The Holocaust Memorial
Opened in May 2005, this memorial is situated near the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag Building and commemorates the up to six million Jewish victims of the Nazi Holocaust. It was built on a stretch of the former “death strip” where the wall once stood and also includes an underground Information Centre on the south-eastern side of the memorial site.

Reichstag Building
There are few buildings that have such an eventful history like the Reichstag Building in Berlin. It was opened in 1894 and has ever since housed the German Parliament. From the famous glass dome, you have a spectacular view over the city centre of Berlin, Potsdamer Platz, Berlin Cathedral, Gendarmenmarkt, Berlin TV Tower and the Brandenburg Gate.


Pergamon Museum
The Pergamon Museum is said to be one of the best museums in the world. It’s divided into three collections: the collection of Classical Antiquities, Museum of the Ancient Near East and the Museum of Islamic Art. Highlights and definitely must-sees are the stunning Ishtar Gate of Babylon, Roman Market Gate of Miletus from the 2nd century AD and the Pergamon Altar from Asia Minor with its elaborate reliefs.

Topography of Terror
The topography of Terror is now the name of the grounds where between 1933 and 1945 the principal instruments of Nazi persecution and terror were located: the headquarters of the Gestapo, the high command and security service of the SS, and from 1939 the Reich Security Main Office. With more than one million visitors every year, the Topography of Terror is one of the most-visited memorials and museums in Berlin.

Escorted Tours to Germany with Trips to Berlin

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