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My wife and I walked through the woods, about 5.5 miles, from Schonau to the registration point and thence by the special bus to the top. It's lovely at the top and you should be able to feel the history of this place. Time prevented...More
We have been reluctant to visits Hitlers Tea house as many acts of infamy were planned there but now we have througholy recommend it.There is well organized free parking and a punctual 20 minute bus journey both up and dowm the Kehlstien mountain to the...More
Well worth the trip to see this bit of history. This is the home built for Hitler during WWII. For the most part it is preserved as it looked back then versus some minor upgrades to accommodate the crowds that visit. Views are spectacular around...More
If it's raining or foggy the views won't be the same as we were fortunate to have,
If you expect to find stories or artefacts (guns etc) glorifying Hitler, there is none of this which pleased us. The information is about the building and construction,...More
Took a tour for about 3 hours, the ride up in a bus is quite the experience. Unfortunately the bunker construction limited some of the tour. The elevator ride up to the top was interesting and it is now a restaurant at the top.A must...More
There are several very good descriptions of the process from Salzburg. I’ll only give the details of our trip that are different than the others. Started in Salzburg. Met 840 bus at 0635 at the main train station. The 840 leaves from bus stop “G”....More
Absolutely amazing place. We found lots of conflicting and false info for walkers so here's my honest advice...
I am a 27 year old of average fitness. We walked from the Dokumentation Obersalzberg parking (there is a free one 800m before you get there). We...More
Although this has a horrible legacy attached to it, I went hoping to add some sort of joyful energy to the spot. This once occupied vacation/secret spot for Hitler sits high atop the Alps. Visitors are bused up from a central location and make their...More
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Yes, there is an office at the bus site where you can purchase tickets to the funicular. We bought a tour and in our case it was part of the fee we paid. It depends what time of the year you go. We went in August,a busy... More
Yes, there is an office at the bus site where you can purchase tickets to the funicular. We bought a tour and in our case it was part of the fee we paid. It depends what time of the year you go. We went in August,a busy time. But lots of buses. Waiting time was 10 min