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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: 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 Day Tour to Potsdam from Berlin by Minivan
"Explore the beautiful city Potsdam and visit the famous attraction Sanssouci Palace as listed in UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy the relaxing gardens and palaces on a private day tour in a minivan. Potsdam is famous for its picturesque gardens where the tour will begin. After 20 minutes of your journey you will be able take a stop at Glienicke Bridge. It is known as the ""Bridge of Spies"" used by the CIA and KGB for spy swaps during the Cold War and location of many famous movies. During the tour we will see the palace of Cecilienhof. It was the last palace built by the German Emperor's family in English Tudor Style. After the Second it was chosen by the ""Big Three"" Stalin Truman and Churchill to become the setting for their famous peace conference. A highlight of the tour is a visit of the Sanssouci Palace inside (using audio-guides) and a walk through the beautiful park area with its fountains Chinese tea and dragon houses
From EUR670.00

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Art Museum Kloster Unser Lieben Frauen

A highly worthwhile art museum, with interesting exhibits of contemporary art on the ground floor, and art works of different periods one flight up.Open Tuesday through Sunday, 10:00 to...
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The Green Citadel

The most colorful building In the center of Magdeburg is the Grüne Zitadelle or Green Citadel, which is the last building to have been designed by the late Austrian architect Friedensreich...
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Rotehorn - City Park

I remember visiting Rotehorn - the city park and enjoying its unique and beautiful atmosphere and attractions.It was a good part of my visit to Magdeburg, too!I spent some time in the new districts,...
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Visiting the Dom

This is what you can see visiting the Dom, the city cathedral.The view is from another great old postcard I brought from my trip and have kept since my students' years.The city cathedral suffered a...
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Magdeburger Dom

Officially known as *Cathedral of Saints*, Magdeburger Dom was originally built in 937 and considered to be Germany's earliest Gothic church. With towers reaching 104m it is also the tallest in East...
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Der Kathedral St Sebastian

There were several lovely churches in the city centre which we didn't have time to investigate unfortunately. St Sebastian's was one of them!St Sebastian's is also considered to be a cathedral. The...
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Hundertwasserhaus

I was thrilled and delighted to discover that one of my favourite artists - Hundertwasser (1928-2000) - had his last work built here in Magdeburg. It is very easy to find as it is close to the...
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New Shopping Malls: Allee-Center and City Carré

Global investors and chain stores have invaded Magdeburg soon after the reunification. Along Ernst-Reuter-Allee two new shopping malls have been built: Allee-Center on Breiter Weg and City Carré next...
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Ernst-Reuter-Allee

Just like Karl-Marx-Allee in Berlin, Magdeburg has got its Stalinist boulevard as a reverence to big brother in Moscow. Now named Ernst-Reuter-Straße, the street leads in west-eastern direction from...
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Liebfrauenkloster – Museum of Art

Liebfrauenkloster is older than the Dom, church and cloister show purest Romanesque style. The monastery, however, has long been closed down. DDR times profaned the church, renamed and used it as a...
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Kulturhistorisches Museum

The museum of cultural history has a permanent collection, the most famous item being the original Magdeburg Rider, and shows temporary exhibitions on historical themes, middle ages and early modern....
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The „Castle“ on Fürstenwall

The impressive castle-like building on Fürstenwall was erected in 1842 as office and residence of the Prussian president of the province. The so-called “normannic” style was popular for government...
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Fürstenwall Promenade

The former ramparts along the river bank have been turned into a promenade walk already in the 1720s. A rather short one, but still worth seeing. Parts of the city fortification are still visible....
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Hundertwasser House

A paradise bird has landed on Breiter Weg and on the corner of Domplatz. The colourful house, named the "Green Citadel", has been designed by Friedensreich Hundertwasser and shows his typical style....
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