Berlin is an exciting city!
But being also a vast one, it is not easy to navigate. Add to that Berlin’s tumultuous history! So, trust me: Having a private tour guide in Berlin is essential!
I, Martin Sauter (MA, PhD), am a trained, certified and experienced private tour guide who will ensure that you’ll get the most out of your stay in Berlin!
Be it Prussian history, Nazi-Germany, Berlin’s Jewish heritage, the German Resistance, or the construction and fall of Berlin’s infamous Wall – with me as your private tour guide you get all the background information you need, presented to you not only in 3 languages, but also in a friendly, understandable manner.
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Take a private tour in Berlin with an experienced certified tour guide:
Guided walking tours in 3 languages:
English, Francais, Deutsch. Take a private Berlin tour and discover Berlin with a certified, local guide. My tours cover everything from the obvious Berlin highlights to those off-the-beaten-track places tourists rarely get to see.
Customized private tours:
You tell me what you’d like to see, and I as your private guide will plan a tour that is tailored to your needs, interests and requirements and which will make your stay in Berlin unforgettable!
Tours by bus, minivan or chauffeur-driven limousine:
Please note, that for your convenience a bus, minivan or chauffeur-driven limousine can be hired any time for any tour of your choice. Please contact me for details.
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Having experienced the fall of The Wall first hand, I lived abroad between 1994 and 2010, first in London and later in Paris, where I worked at Harrod’s, Saint Laurent, and Chanel. At the age of 40 I went back to studying, gaining an MA (with Distinction) in European Cinema Studies at Bath University. Next, I was being awarded a generous Vice Chancellor’s grant to do a PhD in Film Studies at the prestigious Warwick University.
After the successful completion of my PhD dissertation on German-Jewish exile organisations that emerged as a result of the rise to power by the Nazis, I was then offered to contribute to the exhibition “Eichmann on Trial”, organised by Berlin’s Topography of Terror. And so I was back in Berlin, re-discovering the city I’d left so long ago.
Certainly, the most characteristic phenomenon about Berlin are the seemingly never-ending changes this city has been undergoing for centuries, but at rapid speed since the fall of The Wall. So fascinated by Berlin’s sheer total make-over was I that following my return to this city some 9 years ago, I decided to turn my rekindled fascination with Berlin into my profession.
I have since obtained my official certificate that classifies me as a fully licenced Berlin Tour Guide.