Private Half-Day Walking Tour of Potsdam and Sanssouci

Private & Custom Tours in Around Berlin

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from$171.73
4.5 out of 5

Tour description provided by Viator

Visit the Prussian jewel Potsdam with a 30-minute train ride outside Berlin. The beautiful city is listed as a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO because of its harmonious landscape with parks and palaces.This tour takes you back in time and to all the highlights of the old city center of Potsdam plus the grounds of Sanssouci Palace. You will see the old market with the restored City Palace, the picturesque Dutch quarter and the Brandenburg Gate, the older sister of the famous gate in Berlin. After a relaxing stroll through the city, the tour will end in the park of Sanssouci with its water fountains, the golden Chinese Tea House and the tomb of Prussia's legendary king, Frederic the Great, close to his favorite Palace Sanssouci.
Explore the highlights of the old city center of Potsdam plus the grounds of Sanssouci Palace. The meeting point for the tour is at Potsdam main station, where the city's trains from Berlin arrive. After a walk over the river Havel, you will see the old market with the restored City Palace, St. Nicolas Church and the old town hall. After that, you will have time to visit a typical German market and the picturesque Dutch quarter. A relaxing stroll takes us along Potsdam's main shopping boulevard and to the Brandenburg Gate, the older sister of the famous gate in Berlin. The tour will end in the park of Sanssouci with its water fountains, the golden Chinese Tea House and the tomb of Prussia's legendary king, Frederic the Great, close to his favorite Palace Sanssouci.If you would like to visit the palace after the tour, the guide will check if tickets are available for you.

What’s included

  • Professional guide
  • Private tour

What’s not included

  • Food and drinks

Highlights

  • Informative, friendly and professional guide
  • Soak up the atmosphere on a walking tour
  • Pickup from a centrally located meeting point
  • Step back in time on a history tour
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