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Teufelsberg: Our most recommended tours and activities

EasyCityPass Berlin: Public Transportation and Discounts

1. EasyCityPass Berlin: Public Transportation and Discounts

Discover the exciting city of Berlin with the EasyCityPass and benefit from many advantages. The EasyCityPass offers you an inexpensive ticket for public transportation as well as discounts from many different cooperation partners from a wide variety of industries. The discount partners come from the areas of gastronomy, culture & stage, shopping, fun & action, sightseeing, specials and nightlife. It is practical for families that the EasyCityPass allows up to three children until the age of 14 years to travel free of charge. Together with your EasyCityPass, you will receive a flyer detailing the partners, including a QR code to see their advantages, locations and respective public transport connections. The discount list is subject to change.

Berlin: Teufelsberg Entrance Ticket

2. Berlin: Teufelsberg Entrance Ticket

Enjoy one of the most incredible art spaces in Berlin with this ticket for Teufelsberg. Explore one of the largest street art galleries in the world where hundreds of pieces of art by international street artists can be found spanning the entire site. Step into a space like no other. After the war, 26 million square meters of war debris were piled up over a Nazi military academy and 1960, Americans and the British built a hilltop spy temple in the middle of Warsaw Pact territory. Now this space has risen from the ashes as a phenomenal outdoor gallery. Over the past decades, thousands of small, large and oversized works and murals have been created, bringing the walls of the old listening station to life. Admire images that reach sizes of up to 270 square meters. See work from artists that come from all over the world and that have not limited by Teufelsberg Berlin in any way. This results in a variety of partly mutual moods and political directions. In order to live the diversity, most walls are released after some time in cooperation with the artists.

Berlin: Listening Station Teufelsberg Tour with Transfer

3. Berlin: Listening Station Teufelsberg Tour with Transfer

Discover the history of Berlin and visit the 120-meter-high Teufelsberg. Learn more about the former listening post and stroll through Europe's largest street art gallery. The tour starts at the S-Bahn station Heerstraße (Charlottenburg). Travel by Mercedes V-Class to the Teufelsberg Listening Station in Berlin. During the tour of the area, learn more about the beginnings in 1937 and the development of the former listening station after the Second World War. Today, the field station on Teufelsberg with its US listening station is one of the so-called "Lost Places" in Berlin. After you take some time to explore, head back to the starting point.

Französischer Dom 360° Panorama Platform & Audioguide

4. Französischer Dom 360° Panorama Platform & Audioguide

The Französischer Dom, built in 1785, is a landmark in the historical centre of Berlin. With its location in the centre you have a great view from the Fernsehturm to the Berliner Dom, from the Rote Rathaus to the Teufelsberg. With our audio guide your visit will be unforgettable. The "Angel Matts" - one of the oldest inhabitants of the cathedral - leads you upstairs and tells you about the history of the city and the building. His stories are entertaining and memorable.

Berlin: Self Guided City Quest & Mystical

5. Berlin: Self Guided City Quest & Mystical

Embark on an extraordinary journey through the mystical side of Berlin. Our self-guided city tour will lead you to a fascinating location, unraveling secrets and stories that will ignite your imagination. Explore Teufelsberg, the Devil's Mountain, where you'll delve into the origins behind its intriguing name. Uncover the truth as you explore its mysterious past. Next, discover the hidden secrets of espionage as you learn about the military intelligence services that installed listening stations in a top Teufelsberg. Delve into the world of espionage and unravel the intriguing history behind these covert operations. Be awe-inspired by breathtaking art projects that blend creativity and imagination. Discover hidden galleries, street art, and thought-provoking installations that bring the city's artistic spirit to life. But be cautious as you explore. Encounter the inhabitant of a particular place, but take care to avoid making eye contact with it. Navigate this encounter with caution, as there may be consequences of direct engagement. Throughout the tour, challenge yourself with puzzles and clues that will test your wit and unravel the mysteries of Mystical Berlin. Capture the essence of this enchanting journey with memorable selfies along the way. Book your adventure now and unlock the hidden secrets of Mystical Berlin. Get ready to explore, discover, and experience the magic that lies beneath the surface of this extraordinary city.

Potsdam Private WW2 and Cold War Full Day Black Van Tour

6. Potsdam Private WW2 and Cold War Full Day Black Van Tour

This private Potsdam day tour is so much more than your basic history tour. With a local guide who is an expert in WW2 and the Cold War, you’ll hear historic anecdotes and thrilling stories — some quaint, some terribly sad, but all of them critical for understanding Germany’s past. After meeting at your hotel this private Potsdam tour begins with a stop at the Platform 17 memorial, where Berlin’s Jewish population was deported to Nazi extermination camps. You’ll then continue onto the industrialist villa used by the SS, where the infamous Wannsee Conference took place and the fate of Europe’s Jewish population was negotiated. From there, your Potsdam WW2 tour leads you to the former Hohenzollern-Schloss Cecilienhof, where heads of state negotiated in the summer of 1945 about the future of defeated Nazi Germany — the results of which would have a lasting impact on German history. Your tour includes tickets to go inside and join a guided audio tour. As a result of the Potsdam Conference, the Cold War left lasting traces in the area. See the Glienicke Bridge, the isolated exchange point for high-ranking spies between East and West, made famous by Steven Spielberg’s film “Bridge of Spies.” Visit the Soviet War Cemetery and the former prison of the Soviet military counterintelligence, complete with the remains of former torture cells. On your way back to Berlin, a visit to Teufelsberg, also known as Devil’s Mountain, rounds off your Potsdam tour (time permitting). This hill made of debris covers an unfinished Nazi military college and was the site of a huge U.S. listening station during the Cold War — the ruins of which can still be seen today. Never boring or dry, this interactive Potsdam tour is a lively conversation about the events that changed the 20th century, and a must for anyone interested in WW2 and Cold War history. About Our Guides Our Berlin tour guides are more than just guides — they are true characters of the city, with deep knowledge of Berlin’s history and politics. What’s more, many of our guides were eyewitnesses to the Cold War and have personal stories to share with you about their lives during that time.

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We set off on time from the agreed meeting point in a brand new tour bus. Steffi really knows her stuff and has a very nice way of conveying things about the Teufelsberg. We also received lots of sightseeing tips beyond the tour. I can fully recommend the tour. Any time!

it was well worth the cost. getting picked up at the train station really made things much easier. our tour guide was very knowledgeable about the history of the place and about the art. she was very personable and made it a fun afternoon for all in our group.

A location out of the ordinary, many beautiful and intelligent murals, you arrive after a relaxing walk in the woods, to be done in the morning, you can see a panorama of the entire city and its surroundings. I highly recommend!

It was a very enjoyable day. Both the road going there through the forest was beautiful and the Teufelsberg. Artists had painted very successful works on the walls. I loved them all. I will definitely go again in the spring!

Very good, after 7 years in Berlin again, it's always worth a trip.