Travel high up into the Alps to the charming town of Berchtesgaden and ascend the Eagle's Nest
Berchtesgaden and Eagle’s Nest by Renislava
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Berchtesgaden and Eagle’s Nest

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Discover views of the German Alpine Road in the picturesque town of Berchtesgaden


  • Have your breath taken away by the views of the Bavarian Alps
  • Choose whether you want the option to visit the NS-Documentation Center, memorial site to victims of the Nazi party in World War II
  • Visit the Eagle’s Nest, Adolf Hitler’s infamous mountaintop estate


  • Transportation in Airconditioned Coaches
  • Live Guide on the Tour


  • Food and Beverages
  • Entrance fee to NS-Documentation Center (optional)
  • Admission Fee for the Special Bus and the Elevator of € 20,00
  • Optional Gratuities

Please Note

  • In the event of bad weather conditions such as ice, snow or fog, the tour will take you to the famous Berchtesgaden salt mine instead.

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81% of reviewers liked this tour
Nov 18 2017
Muy poco tiempo en el nido del águila y no se visita Berchtesgaden
Nov 18 2017
Well organised and helpful staff
Nov 14 2017
See above about the weather.
Nov 13 2017
Site confiável e rápido atendimento.
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After a scenic drive along the German Alpine Road through impressive scenic valleys, we reach Berchtesgaden. Once we reach the top of Obersalzberg mountain, you have the oppurtunity to visit the NS-Documentaion Center.

A special bus and an elevator tunneled straight through the rock bring you up to the Eagle’s Nest, a high command post built by the Nazi party for Hitler’s 50th birthday.
Tour Itinerary:

08:30am Departure from Munich
10:30am Arrival at Obersalzberg
Special bus and elevator up to the Eagle’s Nest and down again
12:30pm Departure at Obersalzberg
01:00pm Arrival at “Grafenhöhe” Restaurant
Time for lunch
02:15pm Departure from “Grafenhöhe” Restaurant
02:45pm Arrival at the Documentation Center
Time to visit
04:00pm Departure from the Documentation Center
06:00pm Arrival back in Munich