Private Walking Tour: Potsdam City Tour
- Alter Markt, Potsdam City Palace, Dutch Quarter, Brandenburger Straße, Sanssouci Park and Palace, and more
- 2 hours
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Discover the mysterious Teufelsberg and its US listening station on an exciting guided tour.
The Teufelsberg in Berlin's Grunewald forest is one of the city's most exciting sights. The city tour to this Lost Place is the right thing for everyone who wants to discover more in Berlin than the Brandenburg Gate and the TV Tower. The bus tour starts at Potsdamer Platz and leads into the Grunewald forest, where the Teufelsberg rises between the treetops. The mountain consists of ruins from the Second World War. In 1937 Adolf Hitler laid the foundation stone for the Faculty of Defense Technology at the Technical University of Berlin. After the end of the war, the remains of the destroyed building were filled with rubble, which gave rise to the 120-metre-high Teufelsberg. During the Cold War, the Americans discovered the mountain as a location for their bugging system, the Field Station Berlin. Learn all about the listening station and its unique history during an exclusive guided tour. You can also enjoy the unique view of Berlin from the tower building of the former listening station. The two-hour tour ends at the starting point.