Berlin Palace was built in the 15th century. Today, it is a stately royal palace that offers tours and exhibits. From 1443 to 1918, the Berlin Palace was the primary house of the House of Hohenzollern. From 1689 to 1713, it was expanded by order of King Frederick I of Prussia according to plans by Andreas Schlüter.
The old royal palace was one of Berlin’s biggest structures, and after the collapse of the monarchy in 1918, it was used for different official activities until it was destroyed by Allied bombing during World War II.
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World Free Tours wants to help travelers like you get the most out of Berlin. We believe that Free Walking Tours are great options to experience the city not only because they are informative but also entertaining, and budget-friendly.
No need to pay any fees upfront. Instead, you can join the tour simply by making an online reservation, and if you enjoy the tour, you may tip the guide at the end.
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