There's a sign and an information board. Perhaps that's all there should be. The complex looked extensive and we'll organised. Enough said.
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We visited the bunker as part of the Segway Tour we took. It wasn't listed as a highlight or that it was a major part of the tour. That being said, it IS a part of history. Literally and figuratively buried for many years, it's...More
Not a spot for everyone. If you know your history and the significance of this small spot on earth, you'll truly appreciate it. History was forever changed right here. Read up on this spot before your visit. It'll improve its impact on you.
We visited here as part of our walking tour, whilst it is true there is nothing to see here I think it is still a relevant place to visit. It would be difficult to find this place without researching it or with a tour guide,...More
The Fuhrerbunker was Hitler's underground bunker during WW II and the site where he committed suicide. It was a historic site, but today it is just a parking lot for some apartment buildings. Although there are some signs explaining the history of the site, there...More
Well, there isn’t much to see anymore except for a small sign with a few explanation on what the bunker used to be. Maybe more documentation on site could be good to understand better the use and shape of the building. The sign is not...More
Destroyed by the Russians when they entered Berlin & now a residential area, it gives a perspective of where the bunker was located, close to the Reichstag & Prinz-Albrecht-Strasse, the infamous Gestapo & SS head-quarters
could be very interesting for history lovers but quite no attraction today- maybe nobody wants to remember the character and his last days...