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Berlin: Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp and Potsdam Tour

1. Berlin: Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp and Potsdam Tour

Acquire deeper knowledge of World War II history and understand the cruelty of the crimes committed against the victims of Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp with a guided visit. Afterward, explore the ancient Slavic town of Postdam and its royal palaces and gardens. Board your bus at the TV tower at Alexanderplatz and begin your drive to the first stop. Meet your Sachsenhausen Memorial guide and enter the camp to understand the dimensions of the cruelty that took place there. Learn about how jobs were distributed and how the camp was run. After your visit, set off towards Potsdam. Hear the story of how it went from being a Slavic town to becoming a royal residence. See the palaces and gardens where the royal families and their courts ruled and walked. Take a guided walk and enjoy some free time to discover the area on your own.

From Berlin: Royal Palaces & Gardens Private Black Van Tour

2. From Berlin: Royal Palaces & Gardens Private Black Van Tour

Start this fascinating tour with pickup at your hotel in Berlin. From there, you will be transported to the beautiful city of Potsdam to begin an 8-hour tour through an atmospheric city crammed full of history and cultural heritage. Whether it's the Prussian Royal Family or Cold War espionage that excites you most, you will not be disappointed. Less than 1 hour from Berlin, Potsdam is a small city surrounded by picturesque landscapes, beautiful nature, abundant palaces, castles, and baroque architectural wonders. Led by an expert guide, explore the picturesque Potsdam and learn the stories behind the city’s spectacular façade. You will visit Glienicker Brücke (Bridge), which crosses the River Havel and runs through the middle of the East/West division. There, hear exciting stories about the spies’ exchanges, undertaken by the allies 3 different times. Many other historic traces of the German division can still be found here as well. The tour will lead you through the former KGB headquarters, the unusual small colony of wooden houses built almost 200 years ago, and other highlights that expose the Soviet influence after the Second World War. Next, visit the Dutch quarter, whose endless rows of red brick houses will remind you of Amsterdam. Potsdam is a city constructed from a patchwork of cultures. The New Garden was commissioned by King Frederick William II more than 200 years ago. After roaming this beautiful fairy-tale garden, the tour guide will lead you to Cecilienhof Palace, the location of the famous Potsdam Conference, built in 1916.  There, walk through the very halls where Stalin, Truman, and Churchill negotiated after the war. Perhaps one of the most visited places in Potsdam is the grave of Frederick the Great at Sanssoucci; situated at the top of a vineyard, it's a truly wonderful spot. You can also visit the other Prussian Royal Family graves at the awe-inspiring Peace Church. The spectacular design of the church is known to evoke spirituality even in those who do not believe. There is so much to see and hear about in this city. At the end of the tour, just sit back and relax as the tour guide transports you back to your hotel.

Berlin: Create Your Own Spin Painting at Jans Echternacht

3. Berlin: Create Your Own Spin Painting at Jans Echternacht

Take a break from browsing Mauerpark's many booths and design and create your own spin art in a private session at Jans Echternacht. Create a piece on your own or work with friends to develop a spin art masterpiece as a reminder of your time in Berlin. Begin with a blank circular canvas stretched out to 80 centimeters. With the help of an instructor, start the spin art machine. Use a different color to create unique motives and color combinations. Every so often, stop the spinning to check how your work is progressing. Once you've decided your next move, start the spin machine up again. After a few rounds of spinning, your work is complete. Leave the work with your instructor for a day to let it fully dry, and return the next day to pick it up. For ease of travel, add on a 5 EUR roll to keep your artwork safe on the plane. If you want to create one work of art with several people, you only need to pay for one piece. If each member of your group prefers to create their own work, book for as many works as you like.

Potsdam: Private City Highlights Tour in a Vintage Minibus

4. Potsdam: Private City Highlights Tour in a Vintage Minibus

Discover the different facets of the small but historically important city of Potsdam. The city is not only a Prussian residence and Garrison Town, but is also one of the birthplaces of European cinema and gained great importance in the 20th century. Explore the city and learn about its past on board of a modern Soviet vintage minibus. Departing from Potsdam Central Station or your hotel, head towards the famous film studio Babelsberg. Visit the historic site of the Potsdam Conference, Cecilienhof Palace. Next door at Hiroshima-Nagasaki Square, visit the former villas of the historic figures Truman, Churchill, and Stalin. Then, head to the world-famous Glienicke Bridge, aka Bridge of Spies, which was used for agent exchange and features in the Hollywood movie of the same name. Continue the tour and pass by the former Soviet KGB district, for decades a "forbidden city" in the center of Potsdam. Then, stroll along the Russian colony of Alexandrowka before heading to the UNESCO World Heritage Site Park Sanssouci, the favorite residence of the Prussian King Frederick the Great. Visit the stunning New Palace, a symbol for the rise of Prussia to a European power. Find out about the significance of the palace in regards to World War I. Next, stop at the “Rechenzentrum” Potsdam, a cultural center in a GDR building with a 70-meter-long mosaic depicting motifs of the space race. Right next to it is the controversial construction site of the Garrison Church. Your final stop will be at the Old Market, the historic center of the city. Marvel at the fascinating architecture of the St. Nicholas Church, the City Palace, the Old Town Hall, and the Barberini Palace before returning to the meeting point where your tour ends.

Berlin: Potsdam 6-Hour Guided Tour

5. 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.

Potsdam: Private Potsdam Walking Tour

6. Potsdam: Private Potsdam Walking Tour

Explore the charming city of Potsdam with its 1,000 years of history on a private guided walking tour. See the old town's sights and walk through the enchanting Sanssouci Palace's manicured gardens. Discover Potsdam's charming old town with the rebuilt City Palace and seat of the Brandenburg State Parliament, the enchanting Dutch Quarter, which will make you feel like you are in the Netherlands, and Potsdam's Brandenburg Gate. Listen to tales from your guide, learning about this small city. Then, stroll through the dreamlike park of Sanssouci Palace — a UNESCO World Heritage Site — with its delicate statues, rows of flowers, and enchanting buildings. Walk through history as you learn how the palace was built as a summer retreat in the 1700s.

From Berlin: Potsdam Half-Day Guided Tour

7. From Berlin: Potsdam Half-Day Guided Tour

Berlin without Potsdam is like Paris without Versailles - leave Berlin without a trip to its royal residence, and you can't say that you've seen it all. Potsdam's fairy-tale landscapes are inviting and playful, and make any walk a delightful experience. Arrive from Berlin at the “Kaiser Bahnhof”, the final Emperor’s personal train station, and set off through the sprawling Sanssouci gardens. Accompanied by an expert guide, you will learn all about the Prussian Kings. From the ridiculous to the impressive, from the ineffective to the mighty, you’ll learn how Prussia rose from a minor European power to the foundation of the German Empire! Discover where Wilhelm II fled Germany at the end of World War I, see the impressive Venetian mosaic in the solemn Church of Peace, and find out just why Germans leave potatoes on Frederick the Great’s grave! Enjoy a relaxed trip from Berlin and back again on a 4-hour trip to Potsdam’s most famous and beloved park.

Gardens & Palaces of Potsdam Bike Tour from Berlin

8. Gardens & Palaces of Potsdam Bike Tour from Berlin

Start the tour at the main entrance of the TV Tower in Alexanderplatz. From there, take the train to Potsdam. Once there, you will leisurely explore the various palaces and gardens of Potsdam and Sanssouci, covering about 10 miles (16km) in roughly 4.5 hours. Explore the Prussian palace complex of Sanssouci, home to the famous Orangerie, two palaces, as well as many beautiful gardens, parks, and buildings. Then make your way through Potsdam’s historic center, including the Dutch Quarter and Potsdam’s own Brandenburg Gate. In the New Gardens, see the fantastic Marble Palace, before going to Cecilienhof, where Truman, Stalin, and Churchill concluded the Potsdam Agreement. Finally, explore the area’s extensive Cold War history with a visit to the no-man’s land between West Berlin and East Germany and over the Glienicke Bridge where Cold War spy exchanges routinely took place.

Erfurt: Romantic Rickshaw Tour For Two

9. Erfurt: Romantic Rickshaw Tour For Two

Take a romantic 90-minute tour of Erfurt and see its best sights from the comfort of a rickshaw cab. See the canals on the Gera, the intricate facades of the fish market, and the green river meadows in the north of the city. Meet your driver and guide at a central location and let the adventure begin. Sit back and relax as your drive through the narrow streets of the old town and through the many parks and squares. Your guide will be happy to share facts and history about the city as you go. Stop for a break and enjoy a glass of chilled champaign with a view. Have a toast and savor a special moment together. At the end of the tour, drop-off is available at the fish market or at a restaurant in the area.

Berlin: History of Wannsee Guided Small Group Tour

10. Berlin: History of Wannsee Guided Small Group Tour

Visit historic and picturesque locations to the southeast of Berlin on this guided tour. See where some of the richest members of society came to get away from the big city and built their lavish residences and visit several locations of historic significance. At the idyllic Wannsee, far from the hustle and bustle of the big city, Berlin's upper middle classes built their magnificent summer residences at the end of the 19th century. The residents of the Wannsee Villa Colony were members of high society in the imperial capital. See some of the area's key locations of historic importance including Grunewald Villa Colony, Schwanenwerder Island, the Wannsee Villa Colony, the Gleis 17 Memorial, Glienicker Brücke, and the House of the Wannsee Conference.

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4.5 / 5

based on 472 reviews

Well organized and at a relaxing pace. Met at Alexander Platz and travelled by train to Potsdam approx 35min. Bikes are collected and dropped off at Potsdam station. The guide was very knowledgeable and could even answer historic questions stretching beyond the Potsdam region. The stories were a combinations of cold hard history but also light hearted facts. The bikes were a breeze to ride even for a novice like me. I would recommend a bike tour when visiting Potsdam as you are able to cover a lot of the town at a comfortable pace.

Our castle guide was just great! Charmingly funny ( for me as a native of Basel it was a pleasure ) and very competent. Our driver was great too. Best wishes to both E. RothCueni

Tour guide was knowledgeable and friendly. It was a great way to spend a day.

Very educational and well-presented. Had an excellent time.

We had great fun and will definitely come here again!