I am not giving this 5 stars because of actually seeing the bunker or the remains, but simply for the fact to be in the area where the bunker was was impressive in itself.
We visited the site of the Hitler's bunker as part of a guided tour. Interesting history and a real shame it is now covered by a car park. An important part of German WWII history shame its not utilised for public to learn about its use and history.
A part of history but not too much to see. An info board in a carpark giving details of the bunker and the final days. 5 minutes long enough just to say I stood there and seen that. Attracts enough tourists but no shrine to an evil regime
The spot was only given recognition in 2006 when an information board was put on the site. The details contained are very interesting and gives and insight into what it must have looked like. Thankfully it has not provided a shrine for neo natzis. I visited because i wanted to see where in Berlin, Hitler retreated to. Whilst there i... More
The place where Hitler and his closest ranks lived during the last part of the war. Also where he committed suicide and his body was burned. The site is now a parking lot, absolutely nothing to see of interest, just one sign with information in German and English.
A car park . The bunker is underground and no access. Groups of tourists inbetween cars whose owners are shopping .If this meant to be an attraction there is hope for my bathroom - the water if recycled often enough may be seen at by a member of royalty or some such rubbish.
While on a tour of the Berlin Wall we passed a car park. The guide pointed out in passing that the car park stood on the spot under which Adolf Hitler had spent his last days in a bunker. Thankfully there was nothing else to see. All traces wiped away. I took a photo of the parked cars just to... More
To me this was a must visit place from a historical point of view. Rightly so there is not much to see there now due to the fact these sort of places should never be glorified. We went with a tour guide 'the Berlin expert' and I would say unless you had someone like that with you, you might not... More
If you go with a guide then this place is very eerie, hearing the story of the bunker standing on top of it really makes you feel involved with the history! Their is a bunker that you can go in with Berlin unterwelten tours and it looks exactly like the downfall bunker inside and is a great way to get... More
An small information board with a plan of what the Bunker would have looked like showing the thickness of the walls and where everyone slept, ate, etc. It's the first time I've ever seen Eva Braun reference as Eva Hitler.
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