On the 16 April 1945 close to 1,000,000 soldiers, 3,000 tanks and more than 20,000 pieces of artillery of the Soviet Red Army and Polish First Army assembled on the Oder river in what is now the border with Poland. Opposing them, entrenched high on the hills of the Seelow Heights they faced 110,000 soldiers of the German 9th Army. The battle would ultimately decide the final fate of Hitler’s Germany...
Approx. 1.30-minute drive from Central Berlin to the town of Seelow near the Polish border. Includes ticket to the museum and information center. Learn all about one of the defining battles of WW2, how it unfolded and the ferocity of fighting on the Eastern front in this half day tour.
Tour includes hotel pick up, transport to the site and 2hr onsite tour and return to hotel
Cost : 599 euro for parties of 1 to 6 persons.
We can make recommendations for lunch and bookings at picturesque locations along the Oder river - cost of meals are not included.