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  • Duration
    Half day
  • Departures
  • Spoken Language
  • What's Included?

    • Tour guide
    • Pickup at a location of your choice
    • Please note: the price doesn't include public transport tickets and entrance fees
    • Live guide in English, German, or Spanish – ( one only) or free audio guide
    • MAX 15 PER GROUP! With more, you will have to book additional guides


    • Cancellation more than 1 month before departure date : only administration fees must be paid
    • Cancellation less than 2 weeks prior to departure date : 100% of the total amount must be paid
    • No show: no restitution

Private Tour to Sachsenhausen by Train

5 out of 5 stars (1 review)
Half day
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Unravel the mysteries at Sachsenhausen

A splendid idea for your unique Berlin day trip is to hop on a train and travel just an hour north of the capital. There you will find the notorious Sachsenhausen; a German concentration camp turned into a museum. Dedicated to the political prisoners of the Nazi regime in World War II, this landmark will intimidate you with its complexity, brutality, and abject horror. The Sachsenhausen guided tour lasts up to seven hours after your arrival. Your private guide will show you where prisoners used to work in a brick factory, laying the foundation for Hitler's dream city, ‘Welthauptstadt Germania.’ Also, you can watch the professional guides demonstrate the Sachsenhausen Salute. Learn about the harsh living conditions as a prisoner within the SS compound, where over 100,000 people perished. Sachsenhausen was also home to the largest currency counterfeiting operation conducted in world history. Prisoners crafted more than one billion pounds, which were introduced to the British economy through airdrops in 1943. Your Sachsenhausen Tour starts with a pickup from any location within Berlin. Book a trip today and pay your respects to the fallen in this atrocity.

Travel to a renowned concentration camp near Berlin

Berlin City Tours provide experienced local guides to show you through this concentration camp near Berlin. Choose among several languages, and your provided guide will be sure to speak the selected language. Your guide will supply detailed and interesting information as well as horrifying anecdotes and tales of camp life. Sachsenhausen chronicles the various hardships of the Holocaust during World War II, but it also has a section tribute to the internment of German prisoners under Soviet command following the Soviet capture of the camp in 1945. Following this memorable tour, you take the train back to the capital. This concentration camp near Berlin makes for an incredible trip and a once in a lifetime sight.

Take a day trip to Sachsenhausen from Berlin

All guides are local Berliners, highly knowledgeable, and represent the modern way to sightsee. Head away from the bustle of the city and take time to pay your respects and investigate a historical and tragic landmark. Tour tickets are available online, so get yours today!


Our comprehensive tours delve deeply not only into all facets of the Sachsenhausen camp under the Nazis, but also how they used the concentration camp system to consolidate their power and pursue their ideological and racial goals.

It also details prisoners' daily lives and hardships under their Soviet jailors after the Second World War, as well as lengths to which the East German government went to transform the camp into an anti-fascist propaganda tool, ignoring all non-political victims of the Nazis.


" Private tour "
5 out of 5 stars
Private tour was the best decision, our guide was the best, it was like walking with a friend that knows all about the camp and also history of the city and world wars I and II. Our guide also helped us with some pkaces to visit in Berlin, and showed us how to get there! My boyfriend and I really enjoyed this private tour with Ricard