Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Tour from Berlin

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Embark on a poignant journey to the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, established in 1936 just 36 km north of Berlin by the German SS. Delve into the historical significance of this site, which held political prisoners, German Jews, Poles, Czech citizens, and others. Gain insights into its grim past during World War II and post-war use by the Soviet NKVD until 1950.

Tour Program:

  1. Departure from Berlin: Commence your day with a departure from Berlin, traveling approximately 36 km north to the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp.
  2. Guided Tour of Sachsenhausen: Explore the memorial site with a private guide, gaining profound insights into the camp’s history, purpose, and the harrowing experiences of its prisoners. Visit key areas, monuments, and remnants of the camp, reflecting on the atrocities committed during its operation.
  3. Memorial & Museum: Visit the Memorial & Museum at Sachsenhausen, where exhibitions and displays provide additional context to the camp’s history.
  4. Historical Significance: Understand the camp’s role during World War II, its impact on political prisoners, Jewish inmates, and those deported from various nations. Learn about the post-war use of Sachsenhausen by the Soviet NKVD until 1950.
  5. Return to Berlin: Conclude the tour with a return journey to Berlin, carrying with you a deeper understanding of the historical significance of Sachsenhausen.

Tours in Other Languages:

  • Spanish, German, French, Italian available on request.


  • 570 EUR total (1-2 persons)
  • 590 EUR total (3-5 persons)
  • Contact us for 6 persons or more.

What’s Included:

  • Transportation: Departure and return from Berlin.
  • Guided Tour: Explore Sachsenhausen with a knowledgeable private guide.
  • Memorial & Museum Visit: Access the exhibits and displays at the memorial site

Note: The memorial site is closed on Mondays.