Olympisches Dorf

Bike Touring Highlight

Recommended by 39 out of 41 cyclists


  • Stephanie

    During the 1936 Olympic Games, the 3600 male athletes with attendants and staff lived 18 km from the Olympic Stadium, including the American Jesse Owens. With four gold medals he was the most successful Olympian of the XI. Summer Olympics. The village was intended as a retreat and training ground, it was also offered an entertainment program. People were separated according to nations, women were forbidden to enter. From the Nazi side was planned from the beginning to use the village later as a barracks, in this aspect, his name "village of peace" almost cynical.

    Over the years, the village has been used for a variety of purposes, since 1992 it is empty.

    getting there
    Eg 2km from Elstal station or from U2 Olympiastation just under 20km by bike

    opening hours
    April 1st to October 31st
    Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm
    Saturday, Sunday & public holidays 10am to 6pm

    Monday to Friday 11.00
    Saturday, Sunday & public holidays 12.00 and 15.00
    The tours take about two hours, meeting point and booking at the box office.

    without guide Adults € 4, children under 12 free
    with guide 10 € per person, families 15 € (with children up to 16 years)


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    • 08/04/2016

  • Damian Piotrow

    Many interesting things. Partially affected by decay. Visit is definitely worth it. The guides are great.

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    • 08/07/2017

  • U. S.

    Too bad that the area is not freely accessible. Those who are only on the transit, usually does not have the time to organize a guided tour. Too bad. It all looks very interesting what you see from the fence.

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    • 01/08/2018

  • JanaB

    We went there yesterday, unfortunately free. Access only to tel. Advance reservation and only with guide .Free sightseeing no longer possible. The area will probably soon become apartments. expanded. If you still want to visit something, you must go soon.

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    • 06/08/2018

  • blackcharly

    A look at the website confirms unfortunately that there is no possibility to make a tour without a guide and the price of 75 € for 5 people is then quite violent. Spontaneously, nothing is to be reported at least 14 days in advance.

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    • 21/11/2018

  • Cynthia

    The old olympic stadium.

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    • 29/07/2016

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Location: around Wustermark, Havelland, Brandenburg, Germany

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