Well-known and advertised viewpoint that is easily accessible. There is only space for one or two people on the small platform, so allow for a little waiting time. If you want to see the chalk cliffs in all their splendor and fascination, you should also hike on to the other vantage points.
September 8, 2018
By car to the chalk cliffs in the "Jasmund National Park" on Rügen. The hiking trail is three kilometers long from the parking lot to the Königsstuhl. Admission here costs € 8.50 per person or € 17 for the family (2015) only for the “Königsstuhl and the visitor center”. The rest of the national park is free. For example one can go to the Victoria lookout point. From here you have a great view of the Königsstuhl. There is also the option of going down an endless staircase to the sea and from here to admire the Königsstuhl and the chalk cliffs from below. The way back is through a very beautiful beech forest with a few small lakes to the parking lot.
August 2, 2016
The name Victoria view can be traced back to the Crown Princess Victoria of England. After a morning walk on June 10, 1865, King Wilhelm I, who later became Kaiser Wilhelm I, named this wonderful view after his daughter-in-law.
(Source: information board on site)
June 20, 2019
By foot taxi from Lohme we could already collect on the way to the Königsstuhl and the Victoria prospect the most beautiful impressions. Just with the mass from the parking lot to the views - Horror 1🙈🙈🙈
The step onto the viewing platform costs a bit of courage
July 17, 2019
If you start from the parking lot Hagen in the direction Königsstuhl comes after a short time the Herthasee (you should look at), then we go to the direction of Victoria, already impressive! A great view of the Königsstuhl is about 200m after the Victoria view on the way to the visitor center.
If you want to visit the center it costs about 10 Euro / adult, we have saved the money, because the view from there will not be much better than the Victoria view.
For the way back to the parking lot, we chose another route that took us past a Stone Age Pfennigrab. Great place, even for a picnic.
August 23, 2018
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