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Abandoned Spy Station - Teufelsberg

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Why locals love it

Located in the Grunewald Forest the abandoned Spy Station has great views of Berlin, some amazing street art and interesting history. Teufelsberg is one of the most unique spots in Berlin. The spy station was made in the 20 years following World War 2 on top of 75 million tonnes of rubble moved from Berlin.

Why you should visit it

The forest is also great for hiking. The Spy station has some amazing photo opportunities, so its great for photographers. Also check out the huge Sand dune near by called the 'NSG Sandgrube'. Take the S9/ S75 to Heerstraße, or S1 to Grunewald and walk through the forest from there.

Special tip

7 euro entry. 15 euro for tours on Saturday and Sunday at 1pm .

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5 Comments

One of the rare finds and hidden gems of the city. Best time is to go in the evening. Heavenly feeling.
Siddharth
Local
August 10, 2018
If you are family with the city otherwise very sad experience
Robert
Local
February 14, 2018
On Sunday January 21 2018, where to meet for the 1 pm tour?
JL
Traveller
December 19, 2017
worked there 65bto 69 we were the ASA OF THE nsa
William
Traveller
October 22, 2017
was one of the army spies new the others, kept track of Russian and east German armies
William
Traveller
October 22, 2017

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