You have probably heard the word Nazi before you visited Germany and the word itself has no meaning, but rather a strong moral condemnation related to the horrors during the Third Reich. On our Nationalsocialism in Cologne tour you will learn about Cologne’s history of the last 150 years. The aim of this tour is to encourage a critical debate about Nazi Ideology: which type of society they envisioned and how far their ambitions were fulfilled.
The tour takes place every Saturday at 16:00, the meeting spot is at Alter Markt, next to the monument of Jan-von-Werth and lasts 2 hours.
They are available in German, English and Spanish.
Tickets cost 19€ per person and will be available until two hours before the beginning of the tour.
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Even today, most people don’t know the background behind Nazism and still wonder: how was life during Nazi time? How was it possible that such a ruthless, authoritarian regime came to power? Were Germans always under fear or rather sympathetic to the regime?
If you’ve ever wondered any of this yourself, then this is your tour!
On our tour you will learn a lot about Cologne’s history: from the militaristic Prussians, the German Unification, the turbulent Weimar Republic, to the rise and consolidation of the Nazi State. We will see emblematic places such as the headquarters of the Nazi Secret Police (GESTAPO) and Cologne’s Cathedral, nationalist monuments, memorials dedicated to the victims of the Third Reich, plus we will discover another side of one of the most traditional festivities of the city, the famous Cologne Carnival.