This picturesque cluster of 134 gabled red-brick houses was built around 1730 for Dutch workers invited to Potsdam by Friedrich Wilhelm...
In Potsdam's historic centre, around the Alter Markt (old market), the great patina-green dome of Karl Friedrich Schinkel’s neoclassical...
Luisenplatz is dominated by the baroque Brandenburger Tor.
The rainbow flags fly proudly over this low-key Dutch Quarter pub that's a good place for plugging into the local lesbigay scene.
There's a rustic lyricism to the French country cuisine in this darling Dutch Quarter bistro, no matter whether your appetite runs...
Friedrich-Ebert-Strasse 90 · interesting places nearby
Check your pretensions in at the door of this cheerily charming pub, the home of quirky metal lamps, big burgers and sudsy Bohemian beer. An all-ages crowd shares laughter inside this former bakery and, in summer, along candlelit benches in the beer garden.