Embark on a half-day trip from Berlin to Potsdam, a city rich in remarkable sights and fascinating history. During this 6-hour tour, you will visit the old town, palaces, and parks, and see for yourself why Potsdam was awarded the status of a World Heritage UNESCO site in 1990.
You'll have a chance to stroll around the Dutch Quarter, a complex of red brick buildings, built in the 18th century by order of Frederick William I to accommodate Potsdam's new community of Dutch artisans.
Visit the favorite residence of Frederick the Great, the remarkable Sanssouci Palace, surrounded by charming parks, temples, churches, and follies.
You'll cross the Glienicke Bridge, often called the "Bridge of Spies", which was used to exchange spies during the Cold War.