16.02.2022

Berlin’s Teufelsberg – the dilapidated ex-US spy station on the summit of the second highest elevation in the city rises out of nowhere as if it were from another world. From the Teufelsberg, you will have a great view over the Grunewald and the adjacent urban areas and it’s an absolute MUST for street-art lovers!

‚Artists from all over the world painted at Teufelsberg. We value free speech and do not restrict any artist in their creative direction. This tenet creates a multitude of moods and political views on-site.‘  (source: https://www.teufelsberg-berlin.de/)

Walk up to the Teufelsberg from Grunewald S-Bahn station, it takes around 30 mins on easy terrain through the beautiful Grunewald forest. The ex-spy station area which is built upon this hill, made of rubble from World War II is now home to one of the world’s largest street-art exhibitions. The art exhibition is well worth a visit because of the lovely walk to the top, the views, the unique location, and the exquisite art which awaits you.

Entry costs 8€ per adult and children under 14 years are free.

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Julika Buchanan

Hi there! I'm Juli, I have german roots but I grew up in New Zealand and have been living in Germany since 2004. I love sharing my passion for Berlin and all it has to offer with new 'Berliners' and through my work as a freelance Relocation Consultant with IRC I have the opportunity to do so.

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