Cute, clean, little shop with a cute collection of Potsdam postcards, school supplies, and other nice stuff. Every thing necessary for a scrap book doing fan like me. Less expensive. Also this store has a nice, romantic paper scent.
What to pay: Schreibwaren & Buerobedarf Uwe Petermann
It's a special store with providing cheese only, a selection of about 130 different sorts of cheese. Imagine. Cheese, cheese, and more cheese. It's a lovely, neat, clean, very friendly place as if that store wasn't located in a big town like Potsdam but in some country side.
Brandenburger Strasse, which leads in to Park Sanssouci, is full of cafes, ice-cream stalls, souvenir shops, restaurants, etc. It's quite a lively place, though if you wander around some of the quieter streets of Potsdam, cheaper restaurants can be found.
The shop is the usual one you can find beside a touristic spot (inside in this case). Among many useless stuff there are some books.
What to buy: What you have to buy is a book published by Schnell-Steiner and translated in many languages (I saw english, french, italian). It's a comprehensive list with details and pics of Roman castles you can find hangin aroud Germany.
What to pay: I paid 10 euro and the book is worthy of them !
Explore Brandenburger Strasse, with its quaint shops and bustling atmosphere. There is always something going on in the city's main boulevard. Take your time and buy some cool souvenirs.
Yummy! And very nice variety of pastry. Now that is indeed something I do love about Germany: their immense variety of bread and breadrolls.
Main railway station of Potsdam itself has the biggest shopping area in Potsdam. There are variety of shops it that area.
There are plenty of café and restaurants on first floor.