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Private Tour: Potsdam Day Trip from Berlin
"Meet your private guide at your central Berlin hotel and travel in a Mercedes Vito taxi to Schloss Charlottenburg. During the 45-minute trip to Potsdam drive through Wannsee on your way to Schloss Glienicke and the Glienicke Bridge where spy swaps took place during the Cold War. Continue on to Potsdam where your guide will explain how this scenic town served as the residence of Prussian kings and German emperors of the House of Hohenzollern for three centuries. Marvel at th a large park where the Marble Palace and Schloss Cecilienhof are located. Admire the lakeside Marble Palace and learn how Schloss Cecilienhof was the site of the Potsdam Conference where the leaders of America Britain and the Soviet Union decided the future of Germany after WWII. Afterward head to the Russian colony of Alexandrowka and see 13 wooden houses built in the 1800s for the Russian singers of the First Prussian Regiment of the Guards. Then it's off to downtown Potsdam for a lunch break at a local restaurant (own expense). While do see St Nicholas Church and the town hall
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Private Tour: Berlin Highlights and Potsdam Palaces
"After a pickup from your hotel start your full-day tour with a 3-hour sightseeing tour of Berlin. Enjoy commentary from your guide about Berlin’s diverse architecture vibrant art and cultural scene and turbulent World War II and Cold War history as you ride around in a comfortable private vehicle.Customize the exact itinerary to cover the attractions of your choice such as Brandenburg Gate (Brandenburger Tor) Checkpoint Charlie Potsdamer Platz Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom)
From EUR193.00
 
Private Tour: Potsdam Day Trip from Berlin
"Meet your private guide at your central Berlin hotel and travel in a Mercedes Vito taxi to Schloss Charlottenburg. During the 45-minute trip to Potsdam drive through Wannsee on your way to Schloss Glienicke and the Glienicke Bridge where spy swaps took place during the Cold War. Continue on to Potsdam where your guide will explain how this scenic town served as the residence of Prussian kings and German emperors of the House of Hohenzollern for three centuries. Marvel at th a large park where the Marble Palace and Schloss Cecilienhof are located. Admire the lakeside Marble Palace and learn how Schloss Cecilienhof was the site of the Potsdam Conference where the leaders of America Britain and the Soviet Union decided the future of Germany after WWII. Afterward head to the Russian colony of Alexandrowka and see 13 wooden houses built in the 1800s for the Russian singers of the First Prussian Regiment of the Guards. Then it's off to downtown Potsdam for a lunch break at a local restaurant (own expense). While do see St Nicholas Church and the town hall
From EUR121.00

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Sanssouci Park

It is easy to spend an entire day in this park (and in fact I suggest at least two days if you plan to explore the interiors of any of the buildings), which is the old grounds of the emperor's family....
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Sanssouci Palace

The easiest way to reach Sanssouci Palace from the train station is by the Schlosser Line bus. The bus stops near the entrance to the palace where there’s also a useful information office with maps of...
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Glienicker Bruecke - Bridge of Spies

For reasons known only to themselves, road truss bridges in many parts of the world have been painted green for many decades. This bridge is no exception. However, you will notice that the east end...
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Cecilienhof Palace - Schloss Cecilienhof

The Cecilienhof Palace was built for Duchess Cecilie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, wife of the Crown Prince William, but I suspect the reason that most people come here is to see where the famous Potsdam...
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Neues Palace - New Palace

The New palace was built to celebrate a success of Seven Years' War, in 1769. It is the lat baroque palace of Prussia. Later classical architecture took its top. The palace was mainly used for...
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Dutch Quarter - Hollandisches Viertel

One of the unexpected delights of Potsdam has to be the Dutch Quarter. The number of red brick buildings here varies depending on which source the information comes from, but it’s around one hundred...
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Brandenburg Gate - Brandenburger Tor

Although the Brandenburg Gate in Potsdam is less well known that the famous one in Berlin, it was actually built before its more distinguished neighbour, and was constructed in 1770 for Frederick II...
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Alexandrowka - Russian Quarter

This is an unique quarter of Russian colony in Potsdam and is inscribed into UNESCO World Heritage list. Quarter of traditional Russian wooden houses appeared in 1815 and finally created in 1827. It...
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Alter Markt - Old Market Square

Potsdam’s city centre is situated around the Old Market, or at least it was until the heavy bombing of 14th April 1945 reduced it to rubble. Today, renovation and reconstruction is returning the...
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Nikolaikirche - St Nicholas Church

They say that forewarned is forewarned, and I think this expression applies to the impressive looking St. Nicholas Church. From the outside you might be expecting something just as grand on the...
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Chinese Teahouse - Sanssouci Park

It is actually very nice example of Chinese architecture in Potsdam. Actually I heard of it and finally found it in not so small Sanssouci park. It was built in 1754 - 1757 by an architect Johann...
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Einsteinturm

Initially, when I heard this name I asked myself: "What is the connection between Einstein and Potsdam?" Well, after walking in the Scientific park I understood why. Potsdam is a very important centre...
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Windmill - Sanssouci Park

Before the construction of San Soucci there had been a mill here that had been famous throughout the area. This was built in about 1745 for Frederick the Great. The second mill was built in 1787 on a...
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Orangery Palace - Orangerieschloss

This Castle was built in the years 1851-64 by Friedrich Wilhelm IV, the so called Romantic on the Throne. It is built in Renaissance style and borrowed significant styles from Rome and the Vatican....
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Lange Brucke, Potsdam, Brandenburg, 14467, Germany
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Neuer Garten, Potsdam, Brandenburg, 14469, Germany
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alancollins

"Sanssouci Royal Park"
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Mariajoy

"Potsdam, More than Princes, Parks and Palaces"
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Raimix

"Potsdam - town of palaces, parks and water"
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magor65

"Potsdam for a dessert after Berlin"
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"Potsdam and Cecilienhof"
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