Experience the awe-inspiring views of Berlin from Teufelsberg, an artificial hill constructed from World War II rubble, and explore the abandoned structures adorned with stunning graffiti art. Departing from the charming Tiergarten neighborhood, your journey starts at S-Bahn Bahnhof Bellevue, making for an unforgettable excursion
I departed from my BELLEVUE apartment in the charming Mitte-Tiergarten neighborhood of Berlin at around 10 a.m. on a Saturday, filled with anticipation and excitement for my journey to Teufelsberg. This fascinating site is an artificial hill constructed from World War II rubble, now home to a series of abandoned structures and stunning graffiti art.
To reach Teufelsberg, I took the S-Bahn from the Bellevue station, just a few minutes’ walk from my apartment. After approximately 20 minutes on the train, I arrived at Heerstraße station, where I caught the number 218 bus, which took me directly to the entrance of Teufelsberg. The bus ride took approximately 15 minutes, affording me ample opportunity to take in the picturesque surroundings of Berlin.
Upon arrival at Teufelsberg, I paid the entrance fee and began to explore. First, I climbed to the top of the hill to reach the main structure of the abandoned U.S. listening station. From there, I marveled at the breathtaking panoramic views of the city and the surrounding forests.
After exploring the main structure, I wandered along the paths that meandered through the ruins of other abandoned structures, each adorned with vibrant, artistic graffiti. I savored the unique feeling of exploring an abandoned, mysterious site with the beautiful city of Berlin in the distance.
In summary, my journey to Teufelsberg from my apartment was an unforgettable experience that allowed me to enjoy unparalleled panoramic views of Berlin and explore a historic, abandoned structure adorned with stunning graffiti art.
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