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Flughafen Tempelhof, Berlin

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Iconic due to the enormous canopied hangers that protected passengers from the elements when boarding or disembarking the plane, Flughafen Tempelhof is now Berlin's largest public park. The main terminal buildings and hangers play host to numerous events, conferences, and fairs, such as fashion tradeshows and concerts. The size makes this an ideal location for competitive sports, like the Berlin Marathon. Enjoy a day on the green and visit the massive architectural wonders that once represented the world's largest, most advanced airport. Keep your eyes open for species of birds, insects, and plant life that were close to being endangered, but have now begun to reclaim the airport's land. Put Flughafen Tempelhof and other Berlin attractions into our Berlin online trip itinerary planner , and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • We were on a weekend with the wheel on the road and used the Temple of justice field as a stopover. A great atmosphere, which is determined by the many people and their wind-soaked activities.
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  • We arrived in Berlin from Madrid in the evening and we were able to enjoy the comfort and modernity of the airport at the same time we enjoy our first Fassbier in the city. Has trade and several places for meals and snacks. Easy access to the means of displacement to the city, such as buses and metro, but we chose by cab, which was quite reasonable.
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  • For me a really interesting park as you are able to explore old airport's grounds. It is located a bit further though so visit only if you have enough time to spare.  more »
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  • I had a stunning and weird experience there! The building is quite impressing on the one hand and horrible (not just because of its architecture) on the other hand. It is one of the places where you can encounter history. I went there for open day but unfortunately it was very crowded and the organization did not allowed to take part in a lot of tours there.
  • Really cool place to visit, walk around from, the front to the Airfield where its a nice place to sit and relax. Strange to br walking on the tarmac of an airport and really interesting to see this famous Nazi building.
  • Historical landmark. Another example of architecture as in the Olympia Stadion, neoclassic and imposant, with charged with heavy history
  • I didn't think that a guided tour of a disused airport would be so fascinating, but there you have it! This building is enormous and an incredible reminder of the power and audacity of Nazi Germany. Built at the height of Hitlers rule, this airport was the jewel in the crown of Nazi architecture and was once the largest indoor building in the world. Floor after floor of empty corridors and rooms, it was easy to imagine it full of people, suitcase in hand our hoards of excited people arriving to watch Hitler give one of his famous speeches from the humongous grass area near the run way. Bring comfy walking shoes, a camera and stay close to your guide because you don't want to get lost!
  • Limited what I can say on this as I went on a pre-booked tour, but it was in German, which I don't understand! The building itself is huge! The tour takes you through the old offices and airport lounges, down onto the landing strip, and through the hidden areas deep inside the building. Interesting place to look around, and the tour guide seemed to know his stuff and had the interest of those who understood! Think tours are available in other languages so just check before visiting.

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