"What luck it was to find the 'Insider Walks in English' leaflet in our hotel. The tour with Nigel was the first thing we did after arriving in Berlin - it set the scene perfectly and helped us plan the rest of our trip effectively. Nigel was brilliant - full of fascinating information entertainingly delivered. Our tour was so much more than advertised. Thanks so much, Nigel. You do a great job."
"Ive done the insider tour twice with kenny once in october 2007 and again in february 2008, both were really enjoyable and allow you to see all the sights in half a day. Its definatly worth doing plus a real bargin!!!! thanks kenny"
"Excellent tour, good fun and extremely informative, worth every Euro, keep up the good work."
"After a night down town in wonderful Berlin we were not at all motivated to get up on a Sunday morning to take a history lesson in the excesses of Berlins dark side during the Third Reich. Nigel changed all that in a heartbeat. Right from the word go we were spellbound by his fascinating story line, the detail he was able to put across and the way he brought history to life with his infectious enthusiasm and astonishing deep knowledge of his subject. We spent hours with this huge character and could have spent days listening to him as he tripped us through all the best and most notorious sites in the city. We particularly appreciated his humour and ability to explain far more than we will ever remember in such an exciting way. At the end of the day we both agreed that this tour was the no contest highlight of our stay in Berlin and we have Nigel to thank for that. Keep up the good work and please say hi to him from good old England. We will always remember "Nazi's dont do curves" to describe Speer's architecture and "Nazi's dont do democracy" for the burning of the Reichstag. Memorable stuff and he should be on TV."
"Absolutely awesome. Would recommend it to anyone. Kenny was extremely knowledgeable, easy to listen to, and kept everything at a good pace. Was funny to boot, and couldnt have asked for better."
"This tour is everything you need to know about the common facts of Berlin and its history, especially when you have a guide who is funny and interesting as Kenny! Considering he had a group size of around 60 people, he managed to keep everyone together and made it so everyone could hear and understand his tour. His knowledge of the city and its history were very thorough and he made it most enjoyable! I hope he is still writing that book!!!!!"
"The best 12 euros I have ever spent..... I was enthralled by the depth of knowledge of Nigel and his infectious enthusiasm for his subject. I would recommend this tour to anyone who has an interest in the Third Reich. Keep up the good work!!!! Regards Tony"
"My partner and I are still grasping at superlatives; we agreed on brilliant, which only touches on our experience. We love history and to have such charismaticly applied knowledge and with passion, made us want to learn yet more. The principle wehrmacht building was a must and yet so off the beaten track; we could never have found it alone. We look forward to visiting again and perhaps go on other tours in Moscow maybe? Its a long way from Tillydrone... Nigel - we just made it to sachsenhausen."
"The Third Reich tour was fantastic!!!Nigel was an amazing guide and Mark and I really enjoyed visiting the memorial for the soliders who plotted against Hitler- especially because of the barely untouched nazi building which really gave an eerie feeling!!! Also we had no idea that there were so many attempts on hitlers life. We completly reccomend this tour. It was great!!!"
"My girlfriend and I decided to undergo the Third Reich Tour whilst on a week-end visit to Berlin. We felt it would be quite prudent to mention how incredibly interesting and informative we thought the tour was. We were overwhelmed with the depth of knowledge and precision of our Tour Guide, Nigel. Nigel also produced an in depth account (at the exact location of where it was organised) of the Stauffenberg 20th July 44 plot. The building was largely unruined by the war and as such gave one a very real feeling of what must of happened. In addition it opened our eyes to another side of the German Army of those times which was perhaps overlooked beforehand. Nigel spoke fluent Russian and German which enabled him to translate Russian inscriptions on the famous Russian Memorial near the Brandenberg Gate - extremely interesting and highly reccommended."