Date: Jun 16 2018, 3 a.m.
The Eagles Nest is a must-see for any World War II history buff. It is situated 6017 ft atop the Kehlstein ridge, above the town of Berchtesgaden. It is commonly thought that the Eagle's Nest was used as a vacation home for Hitler and his high ranking officials.
Come and tour this piece of WWII history! Afterwards, we will enjoy free time in the nearby town of Bertesgaden.
What to expect:
On this tour we will travel to Kehlsteinhaus(aka. the Eagles Nest) by bus. Once we arrive, we will meet up with our guide and take another bus up to the apex of the hill for our tour of the facility. After we finish up with The Eagles Nest we will take you to Berchtesgaden by public transportation. There, you will enjoy free-time to explore, grab a bite, or just hang out. Our tour bus will meet us at the train station in Berchtesgaden.
Departs: Ederle Outdoor Recreation at 3 a.m.
- Guided tour of the Eagle's Nest
- Entrance fee
- Public transportation to Berchtesgaden
- Transportation to the top of the hill (unless you'd like to walk it)
- Trip facilitator
What to bring:
- Euro for shopping and meals
- Water and snacks
- Comfort items for the bus
- Comfortable walking shoes
- Walking shoes
- Activity appropriate clothing
Don't miss the chance to tour this well known WWII monument and beautiful town.
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$105.00 Ages 13 and up
$65.00 Ages 7-12 years
$45.00 Ages 4-6 years
Free for ages 3 and under
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