We visited on a tour from our cruise. It is amazing to think that this huge expanse was filled with Nazis. There a quite a few guide boards as you walk around. Good views from the podium if you can climb up
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Easy to get to by tram, we visited the area not sure what we would find and were surprised at the scale of the whole area. It was cold and snowing so it was difficult really grasp the magnitude but we walked along the wide...More
While on a Christmas Markets river cruise, we visited this site. It was fascinating to see. We were especially interested to hear that it is being allowed to decay because of the expense to maintain it. See it soon before they put up a chain...More
I find history interesting - hence recoomenfd this place to anyone who is keen of learning the about the past. This place took about half a day. They provide Audio guides. Very informative and interesting.
The Kongresshalle, an abandoned coliseum clone was intended by Hitler to be a grand Nazi VIP rallying ground before it was halted at the end of the war. Designed by Franz and Ludwig Ruff in 1935, it was to have been the centerpiece of the...More
You must see the grounds to fully appreciate the enormity of the area. And to see the huge stage from where Hitler held his rallys is breathtaking. Be sure not to miss the museum on the grounds that takes you through the life of the...More
Until you visit these places you really cannot visualise how big they area. The Congressehalle was never finished as there is no roof. Just imagine if it was!! In one corner stands the museum, a must visit location. Only 10 minutes walk round the lake...More