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Must visit not only because of the history here ( come on, it's a WW2 relic!) but the view of... read more

Reviewed 3 January 2018
Latinhunny33
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Chicago, Illinois
Brunch with a view

Rooftop café on a ww2 bunker. Friendly atmosphere with simple but lovely arranged brunch. Enjoy... read more

Reviewed 7 November 2017
Tfb_ham
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Hamburg, Germany
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“Brunch with a view”
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Reviewed 14 February 2018

I moved to Hamburg for work and this is one of the best places I've visited in this beautiful city. It's amazing how a historically significant building is transformed into a lovely place to get a view of Hamburg while having a cup in one...More

2  Thank Armando E
Reviewed 3 January 2018

Must visit not only because of the history here ( come on, it's a WW2 relic!) but the view of Hamburg is amazing!

1  Thank Latinhunny33
Reviewed 13 December 2017

Approaching the Energiebunker in the outskirts of Hamburg you are not impressed with the location of your dining destination - in an old concrete flak bunker! However, once you enter the premises all doubts are erased. There is a friendly, busy and vibrant vibe brimming...More

1  Thank flyingkiwi2017
Reviewed 7 November 2017 via mobile

Rooftop café on a ww2 bunker. Friendly atmosphere with simple but lovely arranged brunch. Enjoy while having a spectacular view towards Hamburg skyline. Not the last time I was there.

1  Thank Tfb_ham
Reviewed 9 October 2016 via mobile

An incredible flak tower from WW2 that has been superbly and tastefully converted into an energy bunker. I took the full tour (remember the last one is at 4pm, tickets from the cafe) which gives you access to restricted areas including the roof and inner...More

4  Thank Edward D
Reviewed 27 July 2016

Place is sort of amazing, but still not. - I got a wild rush of history. They have quite some information several places, but I still missed some of the original information. It would have been amazing to go to one of the gun torrets...More

Thank Benjamin Buter P
Reviewed 13 June 2016

We were staying in Wilhelmsburg as we were visiting a friend, so she took us up this concrete mammoth of a building. While somewhat unsightly, its importance as a WW2 bunker converted into a solar power plant for the local community is pretty cool. The...More

Thank Adam T
Reviewed 21 April 2016

Do not remain in downtown Hamburg dare to step across the river and visit the isle of Wilhelmsburg. Which hosts this stunning bunker. The bunker is used to supply electricity to the houses which surround it. You can access the building and view pictures inside...More

1  Thank Nils L
Reviewed 11 February 2016

Visited this place in February 2016 with + - 35 people. Nice and interesting tour throughout the building, the guide spoke also really good English. Stunning view. Really recommend this place!

Thank MichelDalmolen
Reviewed 2 November 2014

I remember commenting to my colleagues after a tour of the Energiebunker, that the place was a perfect safe haven during the zombie apocalypse. Pure concrete and cement, it was built by Imprisoned Jewish captives by the Nazis during WWII. Many of them perished during...More

1  Thank HarlemMade
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