On this tour we visit the central places in Nazi Germany, the places seen in countless pictures and movies about the Third Reich. We will experience the very locations where the events took place.

Our journey begins in Munich, where Adolf Hitler began his career as a politician and where the Nazi Party’s attempted putsch (coup d’état) took place in 1923. It was also in Munich that the Nazi Party was founded and had its headquarters. Both in Munich and in Berchtesgaden, the location of Hitler’s ‘Eagle’s Nest’, the historic heritage survives despite 60 years of attempts to suppress it. The Nazi Party’s many buildings are still to be found in Munich. In Berchtesgaden, Hitler’s Eagle’s Nest, and even the actual elevator that lead up to it, remains intact. There is also a museum here with access to Hitler’s underground bunker complex.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

In Nuremberg, we will visit the Reichsparteitagsgelände, The Nazi Party Rally Ground, best known from Leni Riefenstahl’s famous and infamous movie ‘Triumph of the Will’. The huge parade grounds still exist and are easily recognizable from films and photographs. We will visit the site and see the enormous facilities. It was also in Nuremberg that the aftermath of the war, the war crimes trials, took place. It was here that prominent Nazi leaders were convicted of their crimes.

We end our tour in Berlin, the capital of Nazi Germany and home of Hitler’s Reichskanzlei and many ministries and the center for the Nazi Party’s imposition of power – through the police, the Gestapo and the Security Service. We will visit the most famous locations such as the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag building and many other places associated with Adolf Hitler and the Nazis’ 13 year reign of terror.

506th Para Regiment, Easy Company, 101st Airborne at Berchtesgaden, Eagles Nest, Bavarian Alps 1945.

You will see and experience the following:

Munich sites:

  • The Nazi party headquarter buildings
  • Führerbau, Hitlers own secretariat
  • The Munich Documentation Center for National Socialism
  • Feldherrenhalle
  • Munich University hall, where the Scholl siblings from the resistance group ”The white rose” where arrested
  • Dachau concentration camp

Berchtesgaden sites:

  • Eagles Nest
  • Site of Hitlers Berghof
  • The Obersaltzberg Documentation center
  • The tunnel complex under Obersaltzberg
  • Berchtesgaden

Nuremberg sites:

  • The Nazi party rally ground with Zeppelinfeld
  • Luitpoldarena
  • The nazi party rally ground Documentation Center
  • The court room from the Nuremberg process
  • Nuremberg’s old town center

Berlin sites:

  • The Reichstag building
  • Brandenburg Gate
  • Görings Aviation Ministry
  • The monument for Europe’s murdered judes
  • Topography of Terror Documentation Center
  • The Berlin Wall
  • Cecilienhof, the site of the Potsdam conference
  • The Wehrmacht headquarter, Museum of Resistance
  • Potsdammer Platz
Our expert guides
Daniel Martinez

Daniel Martinez

Historian and TV personality

Daniel Martinez is a noted Pacific War and WWII historian. He is a well-known television personality. He hosted 36 episodes of Unsolved History for Discovery Channel. Daniel has also appeared in numerous
 documentaries for the History Channel, National Geographic, the Military Channel, CBS, NBC, ABC, CSPAN and PBS. Recently, he led our tour retracing the footsteps of John F. Kennedy up to his assassination in 1963. His background in battlefield interpretation is acknowledged nationally. He has led tours to the fields of Gettysburg, Antietam, Little Big Horn, Pearl Harbor, Iwo Jima, Saipan, Tinian and Midway Island. He is an author of, and contributor to, several books and writes for leading publications on military history.

Torsten Granov

Torsten Granov

Historian and Director of International Military History Institute

Torsten Granov has written several books and has lectured widely about WWII and Nazi Germany in Denmark, Norway and France. His book D-Day – the prelude, the drama, the aftermath is available in English.
 He is an expert on WWII and the Invasion of Normandy – D-day. He has visited a great number of WWI and WWII battlefields as an expert guide on military history tours.


$ 3,500

Per person in twin rooms. Single rooms USD $500 extra.
  • Quality hotels (German style). All rooms with private bath or shower.
  • Breakfast all seven days, good three-course dinner all seven nights (lunches on your own)
  • Entrance fees to all museums and sites
  • Two expert historians as tour guides giving lectures during the trip.
  • Educational materials, maps, etc. 
  • Private first class air-conditioned motor coach.
  • Extra night in Munich or Berlin hotel: $150 per person sharing a twin room, including breakfast.

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