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I was very excited to visit this wwii defence bunker. It is very large, on the top of a hill, that you can reach very easily. In order to make the visit safe, a lot of protections were applied. But everything related to the original...More
We went in August and there were two tours that day in English. One at 1100, the other at 1300. There are 155 steps up the stairs to begin the tour and as many during it but it is well worth the time and effort.
Clearly signposted from the park entrance opposite Gesundbrunnen S-bahn station, you can climb up the wooden steps to the flak towers at the top which give you pretty good views across the city - though sadly in summer the trees block the view towards the...More
Not easy to find and take care as it closes by 4pm.
From HBF you need to catch a Tram (M10) to Nordbahnhot.
Once there, change to a S Bahn Train S, S2 or S25.
Look Round you at the station.there are signs which then...More
The people referred to this as a mountain but it is really a rubble pile next to part of the old flak towers. It is in a park and has a nice walkway up. The views are fine at the top. Lots of graffiti and...More
What an amazing experience to go inside and down to some of the remaining levels, 12€ entry fee (discounted with Berlin welcome card). Knowledgable and well informed guides (multi lingual). A step back in time which causes you to really stop and think about the...More
Walking inside the Flak tower was a unique experience, such massive concrete building that bombs could not demolish, was covered partially with debries and now looks like a hill in the middle of a beautiful park.
Inside the remainings of that fortress you will be...More
Okay the only redeeming factor for this is the view.
The area is filled with the left overs of the previous evenings drunks. Broken bottles, urine puddles and worse lie everywhere. The flak tower is covered with the usual Berlin graffiti that spoils everything and...More
You may not realize Moabit is one of the city’s most central neighbourhoods when you arrive at Hauptbahnhof (central station). Surrounded by waterways, Moabit is a quiet island protected from the hustle and bustle of Berlin. The crowds that do gather prefer spending their evenings in cozy restaurants over the party venues offered by other districts. With its beautiful parks, old housing and romantic industrial areas, life
has traditionally been relaxed and a bit slower here. But the tone may soon be changing. Reasonable housing costs and proximity to city centre are attracting more young Berliners and international visitors. This interest is encouraging new bars, cafés and nightclubs, making Moabit a candidate for most up-and-coming neighbourhood in the city.