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Potsdam: City and Castles Tour

1. Potsdam: City and Castles Tour

Experience the beautiful sights and impressive castles of Potsdam on this interesting and entertaining city tour on the trail of "Old Fritz" (Frederick II). Drive through Potsdam's inner city and through the Dutch Quarter to the Glienicker Bridge. Learn more about the "Forbidden City" and walk around the Cecilienhof Castle. Visit Alexandrowka, the colony of traditional Russian wooden houses known as "Little Siberia." Finally, discover the famous terraces of Sanssouci as well as the grave of Frederick II. Walk past beautiful gardens and admire the biggest palace in Potsdam before spending the afternoon as you wish.

Potsdam: Neuer Friedhof Cemetery Smartphone Mystery Crime

2. Potsdam: Neuer Friedhof Cemetery Smartphone Mystery Crime

Go on a mysterious adventure across Neuer Friedhof cemetery with this smartphone mystery game. Step into the shoes of a paranormal investigator hired to solve the mystery behind a series of strange symbols that have appeared in a local family's house. And the only ones who can help you are the dead. Start your search at the cemetery and investigate ancient graves, haunting statues, and impressive monuments and crypts. At each location, face a different puzzle, which you can solve with careful examination of the gravesides. If you are successful, you'll learn the translation of an occult symbol. Piece by piece, decipher the hidden message and uncover the dark mystery. Tackle the riddles alone or in small groups of up to 3 people. Choose to use one smartphone for all 3 of you, or split the game up into 3 roles that each require a separate smartphone. You can also play the game simultaneously with multiple teams, up to 15 people in total. As you play, you'll find the diary entries that reveal the story behind the famed lengua muerta — the language of the dead. At the end, it's up to you to choose what to do with this knowledge.

Potsdam: Guided Walking Tour of UNESCO Site and Architecture

3. Potsdam: Guided Walking Tour of UNESCO Site and Architecture

Enjoy the scenery of Potsdam from the northern city center. See parts of the designated UNESCO World Heritage Site at Sanssouci Palace, once the summer home of the Prussian ruler Frederik the Great in traditional Rococo architectural design. Your tour guide will bring you from here to other anecdotal locations in the German city, including the famous Nikolaikirche (St. Nicholas Church) with its massive Classicist style dome, modeled after ancient Greek architecture, and completed in the 1830s. Any stop along the way will be dissected in its history and cultural significance in the city as your guide is a historical expert on this small town. Impressive facts and antidotes will lead you along your guided tour and give you precise knowledge of Potsdam.

From Berlin: Battle for Seelow Heights WW2 Battlefield Tour

4. From Berlin: Battle for Seelow Heights WW2 Battlefield Tour

After meeting your guide, travel to the town of Seelow, approximately 1.5 hours from Berlin. Visit the Seelow Heights War Museum where your guide will provide a detailed overview of the Berlin-Seelow offensive operation and highlight key exhibitions, including a 3D model of the Soviet 1st Belorussian Front bunker and the trench network which will be visited later in the tour. Explore the museum at your own leisure following the introduction. After the museum, it is a short drive to the next town of Reitwein. Discover this small and unassuming town which played a vital role in the Soviet advance and was the starting point for the 1st Belorussian Front assault on Seelow and the future advance on Berlin. Learn how Marshal Zhukov set up his command post in this town and visit the remnants of the bunker and trench network systems located in the nearby forest. See the remains of Marshal Zhukov’s observation point where he commanded the battle. Following a small excursion through the trench network, continue to Dolgelin Railway station. Learn about the German defensive positions and the immense difficulties that the Russian and Polish troops faced in crossing the aptly named "shooting gallery". Begin the journey back to Berlin following the original route of the Soviet advance. Pass through the town of Lietzen and stop at the German field cemetery. Make a final stop at the town of Jahnsfelde, which you will discover the brutality and desperation of the fighting. Now host to a sports field, see the site of a German field hospital which was attacked by Soviet aircraft during the final days of the war.  Once back in Berlin be dropped off at the Radisson Berlin Alexanderplatz Hotel.

Berlin: Women of Berlin Walking Tour

5. Berlin: Women of Berlin Walking Tour

Find out all about feminism, fascism, resistance, and the fight for equality through the lives of the women of Berlin. Start your tour at Hackescher Markt, in the heart of Berlin's Mitte district. Cross over Museum Island and walk through the charming city center streets as you learn about Berlin's many extraordinary women. Discover the known and lesser known stories of feminist May Ayim, the world's first female Rabbi Regina Jonas, hear about Rosa Luxemburg and Marlene Dietrich, and learn how German women were left to remove the rubble from post-WWII Berlin’s streets by hand in 1945. Hear the story of how one girl that grew up in East Germany became one of the most powerful and respected world leaders of the modern age. Discuss the differing politics of feminism in East and West Germany, and take a hard look at the inequality which is still present in Berlin today.

Berlin: Potsdam 6-Hour Guided Tour

6. Berlin: Potsdam 6-Hour Guided Tour

Enjoy a 6-hour tour to Potsdam, and visit the park and exterior of Sanssouci Palace as well as the historical city center. Explore Potsdam, the capital of Brandenburg, which was transformed from a garrison town to the residence of the Prussian kings in the 18th century. The palace of Frederick the Great gained world fame and is still admired today as a gem of the Rococo period. In the large park with historically important palaces of the Prussian kings, you can not only experience an interesting excursion into the history of Berlin and Brandenburg but also a beautiful oasis, where you can escape the hustle and bustle of the city. In addition to the famous Sanssouci Palace, you will also see other buildings inspired by Italian architecture.

Berlin: Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

7. Berlin: Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

Get the most out of your time in Berlin and take in the sights according to your schedule on a self-guided walking tour. Download an audio guide onto your mp3 player and get a detailed map to help you explore. Learn more about sights like the Berlin Cathedral, the New Museum, the renown Pergamon Museum, Madame Tussaud’s, the Berlin State Opera House, and the compelling statue of Frederick the Great. Listen to engaging content to help you understand more about the Brandenburg Gate monument, Paris Place, Hacke's Courtyards, and the Red Town Hall. Take your time and savor the sights of this wonderful city in your own way.

Potsdam: Villa Schöningen Entrance Ticket

8. Potsdam: Villa Schöningen Entrance Ticket

Explore the historic Villa Schöningen building at your own pace with this entrance ticket. Make your way to Glienicker Bridge, once one of the most famous border posts between East and West Berlin, where you can admire the villa's Italian villa-style architecture, designed by Ludwig Persius. Inside, wander through a range of contemporary art and history exhibitions. Discover high-calibre contemporary artists and immerse yourself in the history of inner-German division and the Cold War. In the villa's park, stroll among fruit trees and sculptures by various artists. Stop for a bite to eat in the on-site café or rent stand-up paddles (SUP) in the summer.

Berlin: Half-Day Private Albert Einstein Sites Walking Tour

9. Berlin: Half-Day Private Albert Einstein Sites Walking Tour

Explore the places of relevance to Albert Einstein’s life in a half-day walking tour in Berlin. Listen to interesting stories and facts from the guide (in the language of your preference) as he takes you back in time. Enjoy a warm cup of coffee (not included) while on the walk. Start your 2-hour walk from the Brandenburg Gate considered to be a must-see site when in Berlin. Move on to Einstein Unter Den Linden café frequented by politicians and media representatives. Grab something to eat and drink (not included). Next, visit the former Royal Prussian Academy of Sciences which houses the Berlin State Library today. Einstein presented his field equations of general relativity to the Academy here in 1915. Wrap up your walk by visiting the oldest university in Berlin, Humboldt University. Einstein delivered lectures at the university from 1915 to 1929. The tour (3-hours and 5-hours options) also includes a visit to Wissenschaftpark or Albert Einstein Park.

Berlin: Christmas Walking Tour with Local Guide

10. Berlin: Christmas Walking Tour with Local Guide

Join a like-minded local and explore the most beautifully decorated parts of the city, stroll along the famous boulevard Kurfurstendamm to see its glittering lights and huge Christmas trees and wander through enchanting squares as they’re lit up by hundreds of twinkling lights. Discover the magic of some of Berlin’s best Christmas markets as you wander through the stalls, shopping for handmade crafts and decorations, or buying locally made gifts for your loved ones. Indulge in Berlin’s favorite Christmas treats as you explore the markets and keep warm with a glass or two of gluhwein. Learn about other Christmas traditions from your local as you explore the city and see famous sights like the Brandenburg Gate and Friedrichstadt-Palast. You will be contacted within 24 hours after booking to find out more about your personality, tastes and interests so you can be connected to a like-minded local who can create a bespoke experience for you. Your local host will communicate with you directly to suggest an itinerary and agree a meeting time and place. Your itinerary is flexible, so during the experience, you can always change your mind about what you want to do and see. You will be connected to a local host who will explore the city with you. The hosts are interesting and sociable people, who know the city well and who love to share their favorite places. They are not tour guides by profession, they are people who can show you the places you’ll fall in love with and help you to connect with the most authentic soul of Berlin.

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This is a great tour of the best sites in Potsdam! Most of the time is spent on the bus which is great for winter/bad weather, with the chance to walk around the main sites with a tour or on your own. If you book the tour for a language other than German, you can listen to the foreign language audio guide in the bus.

Sowohl der Busfahrer, als auch der Guide waren super! Es wurde viel und verständlich geklärt und wir haben viel von der Stadt sehen können. Außerdem wurde auf alle Gäste Rücksicht genommen. Ich kann die Tour sehr empfehlen!

Experience a WWII Eastern Front battle I knew nothing about! Exceptional opportunity to learn about it and see the places where it happened. Matt has so much information but makes it interesting and astounding!

Very good value. Matt really knows his stuff and his knowledge of the sites is actually incredible

Wonderful tour guide, very interesting and informative tour, entertaining and fun