Large parts of the city of Potsdam were once a restricted area - no Potsdamers or visitors had access.Learn more about the fascinating Soviet secrets of Potsdam. Hear about the Allies’ Potsdam Conference in the summer of 1945, the KGB activities in Soviet Potsdam, the life in the Forbidden City and the world-famous Bridge of Spies. Enjoy a 2.5-hours Walking Tour through a UNESCO World Heritage Site. If your date is not available, please chack for our private tours.
• Take a train to the historic city of Potsdam • Explore the state capital of Brandenburg's beautiful baroque streets and buildings • Hear about Prussian Kaisers and kings, such as the brilliant military campaigner, Frederick the Great • Learn about the 1945 Potsdam Conference at Schloss Cecilienhof • Visit Sanssouci Palace, where Frederick the Great is buried, and stroll through its lovely park
Potsdam was a city of kings – a German Versaille where the Hohenzollern monarchy of Prussia constructed lavish palaces in which they could spend their summers. It was also the setting for the Potsdam Conference, where geopolitical giants Josef Stalin, Harry Truman and Winston Churchill met in the summer of 1945 to seal the post-war fate of Germany and Europe. This 6-hour walking tour takes you to the heart of Potsdam's UNESCO-listed palace gardens to experience the pomp and grandeur of Prussia and explore the origins of the Cold War. You professional, local guide will provide an in-depth commentary throughout and lead you through lavish gardens, past myriad architectural gems, over the 'Bridge of Spies', and much more.
Potsdam was a city of kings – a German Versaille where the Hohenzollern monarchy of Prussia constructed lavish palaces in which they could spend their summers. It was also the setting for the Potsdam Conference, where geopolitical giants Josef Stalin, Harry Truman and Winston Churchill met in the summer of 1945 to seal the post-war fate of Germany and Europe. This 6-hour tour with a car takes you to Potsdam to experience the pomp and grandeur of Prussia and explore the origins of the Cold War. With your own private vehicle, you have the opportunity to explore much more of the UNESCO-listed palace gardens than would be possible by just walking. Your professional, local guide will provide an in-depth commentary throughout and lead you to the heart of German royalty, past myriad architectural gems, over the 'Bridge of Spies', and much more.
The tour will last 6 hours , including getting to Potsdam and back. We will see the city center and the famous Sanssouci gardens, the sites are Postdam center Bassinplatz Brandenburg tor Schloss Sanssouci Orangerieschloss Neues Palais Lust Garten
For several centuries Potsdam was the heart of Prussia, a royal residence and a garrison town. During the 40 years in the 20th century it was a favourite city of the Communist elite. Both Prussia and East Germany are gone. What remains are many stories about kings, soldiers and spies, several enchanting parks and palaces, original Frederician rococo houses right next to the prefabricated concrete buildings. Walk under the original Brandenburg Gate, see a Roman Piazza and a statue of American General, learn about the success of immigration policy (in the 18th century), hear about current controversial city projects. Potsdam's city center is unique, the stories are many and want to be told!
In this marvellous city we can learn all about the fascinating story of Frederick II, otherwise known as Frederick “the Great.” This ruler was a passionate lover of the arts and culture, and thus he made great efforts to beautify the city of Potsdam with manifold palaces and gardens, some of which seem to belong among the pages of a fairy tale.Potsdam’s more recent history is also a matter of interest: on this tour we invite you to cross the bridge where the CIA and KGB spies used to exchange confidential information during the Cold War. We will also pass by the palace where Stalin himself met with Winston Churchill and Harry S. Truman in order to divide Germany, an event that would bring danger and drama to the lives of many.Delve deep into the Dutch Quarter and explore the Sanssouci, as well as a handful of other breathtaking palaces. All of these regal constructions were residences of the Hohenzollern dynasty in days long gone.
Exciting 3.5-hour small-group walking tour through Red Potsdam. Learn more about the Allies’ Potsdam Conference in the summer of 1945 after WW2, the Soviet KGB in Soviet Potsdam, and the well-known Cold War town of Potsdam with the Berlin Wall and the world famous Bridge of Spies as you follow your guide through the city. With a group no bigger than 15 passengers, enjoy a more personal service during your tour.
Discover the imperial city of Potsdam on this 6 hours private day trip. Potsdam, is the capital and largest city of the German federal state of Brandenburg, and was a residence of the Prussian kings and the German Kaiser until 1918. After reunification, in 1990, Potsdam was declared the largest World Heritage Site in Germany.What's included:Original spanish-speaker guide only for you Pick up at your accommodation place. Start time, at your convenienceNot included:Tickets to attractions.Transport ticket Meal or snacks.