The Olympic Village from 1936 was not too far from the first location of the day, so we decided to pay it a visit.
Since an association is taking care of the place, collecting money and organizing events and guided tours to be able to keep the buildings in relatively good condition, we didn't know what to expect.
We found a parking lot and a ticket booth. You can get single tickets or tickets for guided tours, but these wouldn't grant access to any of the buildings.
But there was the option of a guided photo tour for at the time (I think) 13 Euros per head that included everything, so we went for this option.
After a while, the guide came (he had to be called from home) and took us on an almost three-hour long tour of the entire area.
It was great, because we didn't have any of the other people runnning around in front of our cameras, and the guide was telling really cool stories as well that really enhanced our view of the historical site.
You can find the (German) website for visiting the place here.
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