€12 (adult) 90 mins About 2 miles away
As Allied and Soviet bombing raids devastated Berlin during World War II, many of Berlin's residents found shelter underground. Now you can too. With a Dark Worlds guided tour from Berliner Unterwelten, descend into one of the era's few surviving bunkers and see how, across hundreds of years of war and peace, Berliners have used the ground beneath their feet to keep their city alive. Tours run at 11am, with tickets available from 9am at the tour shop next to Gesundbrunnen U-bahn.
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