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Home of Hertha BSC and host to some of the biggest events in sport and music. Easily accessible by underground, this historical monumental attraction is a recommended visit outside the hustle and bustle of the city.
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We went by electric bikes. Easy to park outside. Even there were around 51.000 people we did not feel we had to stand in long queues. Easy to access the supporter store and to get soft drinks. Great atmosphere even the teams Hertha Berlin -...More
I visited the Olympiastadion with my husband and two sons and we did the tour using an audio guide.
Having done a number of stadium tours in the past, including at Camp Nou, Anfield and the Bernabeu, we thought that this could have been better....More
Came her for a Hertha game the atmosphere was amazing people chilling outside before the game with beers. The stadium was amazing as well. Def worth trying to get tickets if they are playing when you are in Berlin
The stadium is a venue for concerts, but most of all for Berlin's local first league soccer team of Hertha BSC. Try to get tickets for almost sold out matches and you will experience the fantastic atmosphere of more than 70000 spectators singing and applauding....More
Had a great day out watching Hertha v Fortuna. Sadly, the home team lost, but what an atmosphere! The Ostkurve section made a lot of noise throughout the match. Definitely worth seeing. Warning: beer inside the stadium in alcohol free!
My girlfriend and I went here on a Tuesday midday. There’s a train that goes directly to to the stadium so transport is easy. We paid for the English guided tour which began at 11:30am (there is the option to book online but it’s not...More
We visited without a guided tour, as the English tours were only available at 11:00 AM, which did not fit into our agenda.
Without interactive explanations and anecdotal information, it was not as interesting as it could have been. Perhaps if you prepare in advance...More