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Teufelsberg ('Devils mountain') is a hill (120,1m) in the Grunewald Forest in Berlin and is made out of debris of World War II. During cold war a listening post which was used by NSA and GCHQ was built on top of the hill. Since 2011 Teufelsberg can...more
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Abandoned by the US as a listening station, this strange group of derelict buildings has been taken over by counter culture artists. It’s eerie and intriguing in equal measures. Quite niche as Berlin ‘attractions’ go, but worthwhile.
This was a must as part of our visit to Berlin. I love abandoned buildings and the street art here is great. If you're looking for a tourist attraction, this isn't it. It is as you would expect any derelict building to be like, it...More
I went to see a key piece of history in Berlin and the Cold War, that is still there and there are guided walks to understand the history and operation of this unusual piece of history. But once again it features a lot of street...More
We walked through the woods and up the hill to get to Teufelsberg. The walk was like Eley and we really enjoyed seeing this cold war listening post. The art around the buildings was an interesting addition. Sadly, they were not letting anyone climb up...More
If it would have been only me, I would have rated 2, yet there's a bigger picture.
First, location is very interesting, especially with the historical background.
Second, the 5 EUR ticket price with the very nice pictures of the views you get on the...More
We were walking for almost an hours uphill as this place is located 394 feet above sea level. Therefore, be prepared to walk bit. We were there early before the opening time at 11am. Just walking around to see if any interesting photo scenes.
The most beautiful street art all over the site. On top of a hill above forests. Although one offically can only go to the secound floor because of some government regulation i just sneaked in and walked all the way to the top and was...More
My husband and I made our way to Teufelsberg since this was the only thing he wanted to see on our trip to Berlin. After hiking up the hill we arrived at the gate a little before 11 (Google hours said they should've opened at...More
It's a very interesting place to go, unfortunately the tower was closed the day we visited. We took the S-Bahn with our bikes from Jannowitzbrücke to Heerstrasse, then around 10 to 15 min by bike to the hill. Climbing down the hill there's a lake...More
It depends a little bit on how much of the site is closed. If it's just the upper floors of the tower that are now shut, you will still get some great views; if the whole higher section is shut - that is you can't go up any... More
It depends a little bit on how much of the site is closed. If it's just the upper floors of the tower that are now shut, you will still get some great views; if the whole higher section is shut - that is you can't go up any stairs at all - then it is not worth visiting, unless you are a fan of The Same Sky [Netflix] in which it features a lot.
Heading out to lake area today to escape heat with teenagers. Wannsee or Grunewald ? Haven’t been to either for 28 years ! Was thinking of maybe visiting Teufelsberg too. Which would people recommend ?
August 08, 2018|
Teufelsberg is nice and scenic for the evening. Best lake for teenagers I am out ... Have an ice day :-)
Itinerary help please - Berlin for a week (17 Replies)
I am almost “a senior” and interested in art, architecture, history, travel, journalism, cultural studies, and social justice. I am visiting Berlin for the first time- I will be there with my 21 year old daughter and her friend for a week in July. Can anyone make any suggestions about this itinerary? • East Side Gallery - portions of the former divide between East and West Germany. • Brandenburg gate- walking tour around the area • Reichstag building • Pergamon museum • Museum island ...More
May 27, 2014|
Bernauer Strasse is the place to go to see how the Wall divided a community. The open-air exhibit and the information centre give you lots of information. There is another stretch of the wall by the Topography of Terror on Niederkirchner Strasse The East Side Gallery is a stretch of the wall which graffiti artists painted on in 1990 when that part of the Wall in East Berlin became accessible. Pergamon Museum is one of 5 museums on Museum Island Prebook your visit to the Reichstag...More
Tour of Teufelsberg Listening Station in Berlin (1 Reply)
Hi. I'm looking for any half day tour of the Teufelsberg Listening Station in Berlin from 12nn onwards on November 2. Can anyone help me on this? Would greatly appreciate any assistance or lead on this. Thank you!