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Potsdam Tour from Berlin

Places Covered : Berlin - Potsdam

Duration :

6 Hrs

Tour Cost : € 17

Tour Details:

Adult Cost: EUR 17

Child Cost: EUR 15 (for Students)

 

Potsdam Tour

Leaving at 11:00 from the Brandenburg gate, the tour makes its way westwards 24 kilometres to the capital of Brandenburg itself; Potsdam. The home of Prussian Kings and the German Kaiser until the end of the First World War in 1918, its planning takes its inspiration from the enlightenment period in which it flourished under Frederick the Great: with buildings such as the Sanssouci palace, his summer residence and the most important work of Northern German rococo. Indeed his architectural works have become so historically important that they have given rise to the term "Frederician Rococo".

 

Frederick was equally responsible for two more of the most important buildings you can see on this tour: The New Palace, completed in 1769 and considered to be the last great Prussian Baroque palace, and the reconstructed Potsdam City Palace. This is, in fact, the second reconstruction of the palace, having been reconstructed by Frederick the Great in the 18th century it was damaged during the Second World War and demolished in 1960 for ideological reasons, before being recently re-reconstructed using original components.

 

You will equally see the Neuer Garten, Dutch Quarter, Potsdam's Brandenburg Gate, The Church of Peace, and the famous Glienicke Bridge, known in popular culture as "The Bridge of Spies". All this comes led by an enthusiastic and knowledgeable guide who put the sights into the context of four great kings and two World Wars.

Tour Details:

Adult Cost: EUR 17

Child Cost: EUR 15 (for Students)

 

Potsdam Tour

Leaving at 11:00 from the Brandenburg gate, the tour makes its way westwards 24 kilometres to the capital of Brandenburg itself; Potsdam. The home of Prussian Kings and the German Kaiser until the end of the First World War in 1918, its planning takes its inspiration from the enlightenment period in which it flourished under Frederick the Great: with buildings such as the Sanssouci palace, his summer residence and the most important work of Northern German rococo. Indeed his architectural works have become so historically important that they have given rise to the term "Frederician Rococo".

 

Frederick was equally responsible for two more of the most important buildings you can see on this tour: The New Palace, completed in 1769 and considered to be the last great Prussian Baroque palace, and the reconstructed Potsdam City Palace. This is, in fact, the second reconstruction of the palace, having been reconstructed by Frederick the Great in the 18th century it was damaged during the Second World War and demolished in 1960 for ideological reasons, before being recently re-reconstructed using original components.

 

You will equally see the Neuer Garten, Dutch Quarter, Potsdam's Brandenburg Gate, The Church of Peace, and the famous Glienicke Bridge, known in popular culture as "The Bridge of Spies". All this comes led by an enthusiastic and knowledgeable guide who put the sights into the context of four great kings and two World Wars.

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