Sts Peter Und Paul Kirche
The pedestrianised Brandenburger Strasse runs east to the Sts Peter und Paul Kirche , dating from 1868.
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...
Holländisches Viertel information
Bounded by Friedrich-Ebert-Strasse, Hebbelstrasse, Kurfürstenstrasse and Gutenbergstrasse, the Holländisches Viertel has some 134 gabled red-brick houses built for Dutch workers who came to Potsdam in the 1730s at the invitation of Friedrich Wilhelm I (they didn't stay long). The entire district has been beautifully gentrified and now brims with galleries, cafés and restaurants; Mittelstrasse is especially scenic.
Further up Friedrich-Ebert-Strasse is the fanciful Nauener Tor (Nauen Gate, 1755), a fairytale-like triumphal arch.