Berlin in the 1920s was the place to be. Artisans, poets, and musicians surrounded themselves with a growing middle class that liked to party. Today the musical halls, theatres, and decadence may have gone, but the stories live on. Join us as we explore West Berlin, the life, the culture, and the chaos of the 1920s, through the destruction of World War Two and how Berlin has changed as one side was subjected to communism, and the other, the West, rose from the ashes into a modern cosmopolitan city.
On this tour you will also encounter the wide boulevards of West Berlin's affluent shopping districts, its prestigious shopping centre, KaDeWe, and the ruins of the Kaiser Wilhelm 1st Memorial Church, Amerika Haus, Potsdamer Platz, Theatre des Westens, Cafe des Westens and much more.