Visite o Ninho da Águia em Berchtesgaden, o famoso refúgio de montanha de Adolf Hitler, nesta viagem de um dia de Munique. Viaje de ônibus com ar-condicionado pelas montanhas luxuriantes da Baviera e ande de ônibus e elevador até a pousada, a 1.848 metros de altitude até Mt Kehlstein. Veja onde Hitler entreteve dignitários, veja o salão onde casamentos e conferências foram organizados e explore o terraço para admirar as vistas espetaculares dos Alpes - vistas que Hitler, ironicamente, achou desafiador devido à sua vertigem. Em caso de mau tempo, você visitará as mundialmente famosas minas de sal de Berchtesgaden.
Our guide Katerina was beyond excellent. She made the ride so enjoyable and she filled most of the ride with facts /history on Germany specific areas we were passing. She had the entire tour ticking like a clock, very precise.
While at the Eagles Nest she even volunteered to take us to a few additional sites at the base of the Nest. She was WONDERFUL
Berchtesgaden and Eagles Nest tour was great!
Only thing was that after a 3 1/2 hour bus ride, there was only 1/2 hour in Berchtesgaden and 2 hours at Eagles Nest.
Would have preferred more time in Berchtesgaden.
Tour guide was Ulrich and he was a good guide.
The drive was beautiful. The twenty euro per per person additional cost to go up to the Eagle's Nest was pricy for what you got to see, but a great view. Too much time spent at the first little stop, with limited things to see and do. Not enough time allowed at Berchtesgasden. It was the highlight of the trip, but we we only had about 45 minutes there to for a really nice village.
We had a nice trip to the Eagle's Nest with our expert tour guide. She was pleasant and resourceful and especially valuable because she helped us skip the very long lines at the Eagle's Nest so we could get to the top of the tower quickly. The best part of the whole tour is really the scenery, so it's best to try to go on a clear, sunny day. There are not many actual buildings or historical artifacts that remain (for good reason) but the significance of the area to WWII history is apparent. My only qualm is that our tour guide talked pretty much the whole bus ride there and back. I would have liked some more down time on the bus, but otherwise it was well orchestrated and a nice day outside the city.