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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)
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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
From EUR121.00
 
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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Kleine Ulrichstraße

Kleine Ulrichstraße and the surrounding streets over to Domplatz have become Halle's nightlife quarter with pubs, microbreweries etc. If you are looking for a place to have a drink (or two or...), get...
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DISCO PARTY

When you go to a dance club or a pub in Halle, it is best to bring a friend otherwise you will sit alone the whole time. People here are inaccessible. They sit in their small clique which they came...
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Things to Do Near Halle

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Schiller House

This house was built in 1717. It was completly restored in 1997. Friedrich Schiller spent a summer in this little farm-house in Gohlis in 1785 and worked on his ode 'An die Freude' here. Today it is...
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Museum Runde Ecke (Round Corner)

I am not normally a fan of museums, but I wanted to see this one about the East German Secret Police - the Stasi . This museum is located in a building known as the Runde Ecke or Round Corner which...
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Augustusburg Palace

The palace chapel is of significance to art historians who are dealing with early protestant church architecture but I am sparing you the details... It is located in the eastern side wing and...
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Auerbachs Keller

This restaurant in a cellar of the "Mädlerpassage" mall is one of oldest restaurants of Germany, with a service record back to the 16th century. There are two restaurants, one with a more traditional...
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Bach Monument/Museum

The Johann Sebastian Bach statue is located next to the Thomaskirche, built in honor of the great composer who lived and died in Leipzig from 1723 to 1750. During his Leipzig stay, Bach was...
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Old City Hall

Leipzig's Old City Hall was built on the foundations of an earlier town hall in 1556. This building includes a ballroom, which has been used for ,among other things, the royal festivals of Saxon's...
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