Observation Decks/ Towers in Berlin

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Observation Decks & Towers in Berlin

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  • MarcusG
    Germany5 contributions
    This it the place to go if You want to see Berlin panorama.
    The views are stunning and you can really take your time once you are up there to enjoy it fully.

    We needed to wait some time to go up because at the time we went if was really busy.
    Written May 13, 2022
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  • Jan M
    537 contributions
    Very interesting piece of history that is pretty much invisible until you have walkwed right to it.

    A remnant of the past, Flat Tower’s two remaining towers offer amazing views of Berlin.

    To get there, you need to climb a hill. Set in a nice park, you don’t feel like being in a city at all.

    The only negative being the mess all over the place. Other than that, I very much recommend visiting this place.
    Written August 8, 2021
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  • 7Narnas
    34 contributions
    We took the S-Bahn to Heerstraße and walked through the Grunewald forest to Devil's Mountain on a lovely spring morning. Luckily we had water and a snack... its quite a walk up the hill but breathtaking views of Berlin once you reach the top. Great little museum of information, vehicles and artefacts relating to Teufelsberg's time as an NSA listening post in the Cold War. The domes and surrounding land are now graffiti galleries and we saw some of the best graffiti art in the world (IMHO). And what a location! Atmospheric, cool, edgy.
    Only let down is the lack of toilet facilities (2 portaloos, didn't dare!).
    Well worth the 8 euro entrance fee for a memorable experience and some incredible photos.
    Not for the faint hearted... the steps up to the domes are HIGH! If you can't face them there is still plenty to see and enjoy at lower levels. We spent a good couple of hours up at Teufelsberg before taking a different path through the Grunewald forest to the Grunewald S-Bahn for our return trip into Berlin centre. Beautiful forest with nice wide solid paths if you're unsteady on your feet.
    Written May 8, 2022
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  • B1714D
    Belgrade, Serbia12,348 contributions
    The French Dom is the northern one of two alikes on the beautiful Gendarmenmarkt square.
    It was built in the 17c for French Huguenots - French Protestant reformists, who fled France due to religious persecution. They established their community in Berlin and added the Dome in late 18c, which today houses their museum with a viewing platform atop, while the lower level is still a Church.
    Written April 20, 2020
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  • Daniel B
    15 contributions
    At 6€ a ticket the Funkturm is definitely worth a visit especially if you traveling on a budget! Whilst the view is primarily of West Berlin you can see as far as Potsdam and Lichtenberg!
    We visited on a Tuesday, no waiting straight up in the lift and only a short walk from several S-Bahn stations.
    Written May 1, 2019
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  • Marlynne P
    Salt Lake City, UT792 contributions
    It was nice to climb to the top of the tower past the bell to the top. The stadium that was built for the1936 Olympics by the Hitler Regime was in front of it. A good view of what he was attempting to "show the world".
    Written June 7, 2019
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  • Holger C
    Berlin, Germany1,106 contributions
    The 30 metres high Müggelturm is a short walk away from public transport or accessible by car. It offers some very nice views over Southeast Berlin or even further if the weather is clear. For the views that one cannot get elsewhere around, it’s worth passing by the Müggelturm.
    The entrance fee is €4 or €2 if you are senior or child. This seems a bit too much given that the tower is barely renovated and doesn’t have a lift. Purchasing the entry chip is pretty complicated as one have to approach the waiters in the attached restaurant.
    Written August 18, 2018
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  • Peter_Ljubljana
    Ljubljana, Slovenia77 contributions
    Nice trip.outside Berlin city, to see satelute city of Berlin from up.
    Friendly guide and windy weather mskes good athmosphere.
    Written February 8, 2020
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