Private Tour of Potsdam


6-8 hours

Embark on an enchanting journey just a stone’s throw away from Berlin and discover the hidden wonders of Potsdam. Nestled amidst breathtaking landscapes, this idyllic town offers a treasure trove of history, culture, and architectural splendor. Beyond the city’s borders, Potsdam’s allure lies in its plethora of stunning palaces, each an embodiment of opulence and grandeur.

Venture into a fairytale-like setting where the echoes of past electors, kings, and emperors reverberate through the corridors of majestic palaces. From the intimate and charming to the monumental and awe-inspiring, Potsdam’s palaces bear witness to a fusion of architectural influences from across the globe. Marvel at the French, Italian, English, Russian, Greek, Norwegian, Dutch, and Chinese inspirations that adorn these regal structures, each narrating its own captivating story.

Dive into a kaleidoscope of cultures and histories as you traverse through Potsdam’s meticulously preserved UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The town’s lush gardens and quaint old town offer a serene retreat, a picturesque contrast to the hustle and bustle of Berlin. Every cobblestone street and lush garden whispers tales of bygone eras, transporting visitors to a time steeped in elegance and sophistication.


DAY 1 -

  • Meet at your hotel and travel to Potsdam together via public transport or by car/bus OR meet directly in Potsdam
  • New Market Square with Nikolai Church, City Palace and Old Townhall
  • New Palace
  • Sanssouci Palace, Historic Windmill & Grave of Frederick the Great
  • Church of Peace and Sanssouci Garden
  • Brandenburg Gate
  • Lunch Break in the Dutch Quarter + Nauener Gate
  • Russian Colony Alexandrowka
  • Cecilienhof Palace, site of the Potsdam Conference of 1945
  • New Garden with Marble Palace & Holy Lake
  • Bridge of Spies (Glienicker Brücke) and Babelsberg Palace
  • Finish in Potsdam or journey back to Berlin together

Palace entries are not included, but can be organized upon request

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