Potsdam a dream of Palaces and Gardens - World Cultural Heritage
The baroque former military town of Potsdam is a UNESCO World Heritage jewel situated south-west of Berlin. Discover this absolutly unique and breathtaking landscape of palaces and gardens, an array of architectural styles which in turn reflect the inclinations and tendencies of the former kings and their time. The most famous palace being Sansouci which is french for "no worries". Frederic the Great concieved and designed this palace as his personal refuge. It carries his unique and unmistakeable whitty personality.
Discover Cecilienhof, venue of the Potsdam Conference where Churchill, Stalin and Truman decided upon the fate of Europe and the world after WWII. I am licensed to show the interior of this palace.
We will also stroll through the pictoresque streets of Potsdam with its beautiful squares, its original dutch quarter, and you will discover why it even has one.
Duration is 6 hours walking and using public transporation. At an additional cost, a vehicle and driver can be hired.
Cecilienhof Palace (Venue of Potsdam Conference)
Glienicker Brücke (Bridge of Spies)
Potsdam and the Dutch Quarter
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I will meet you at your centrally located hotel or a place previously arranged.
End location: The tour ends at your centrally located hotel or a previously arragned location.
Duration: 5 hours
This tour is offered with a Mercedes minivan (max 8 people), a driver and your personal guide.
We will get around in public transportation and on foot unless otherwise arranged.
Private guided tour of potsdam and the palaces with gardens. Tour guide speaks excellent english.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
15 EUR - For food and beverage.
Ticket for public transportation.
Sanssouci: 12 EUR
Cecilienhof: 8 EUR
Germany does not allow tour guides to drive hired cars or minivans. This service must be given by two persons. A hired car always has a driver.
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The best tour I have ever been on. Great historian great stories and wonderful accommodating guide.