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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
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
One of the more interesting places we visited. Just out of the city the hill rises eighty metres and is built of the rubble from war devastated Berlin. Now the hill is forested but you walk on the rubble and see the stone, bricks and...More
Teufelsberg; will be very much like marmite; you'll either love it or hate it! -- I loved it! as I like old things (including abandoned spaces & buildings). This is the old Cold War listening station as used by the NSA & British spies, listening...More
We decided to visit this place. We came by bus and first way we took a forest road to the place and way back we choose main road. Forest road is beautiful but full of fallen trees, mosquitoes and its easy to loose the track....More
Loved coming here with some friends! A little bit of a walk/hike to get there so wear comfortable shoes but it was completely worth it! Such incredible art all around the cite. The main towers were closed when we went but it was incredible none...More
The art ranged from breathtaking murals to weird junky sculptures. I wasn’t prepared for how decrepit the whole site is, no wonder they have you sign a liability form on entrance. I had a really uncomfortable vibe walking around this place. But if you like...More
Me and my friend saw this place online and were immediately attracted to it and put it at the top of our to-do list in Berlin.
It’s fairly easy to get to on the S-bahn, getting off at Heerstaße station and walking down the Grunewald...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.