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Spend the day exploring the German city of Potsdam, once home to Prussian kings and the German Kaiser, during this 6-hour guided walking excursion. Explore the numerous palaces, castles and parks of this beautiful city, a location some have compared to France’s Versailles, on foot, listening to insightful commentary from your guide as you go.

What are an idyllic Russian village, churches from the Italian Renaissance, and an 18th-century Dutch town doing in Potsdam? You'll learn all about the history behind the city of Potsdam on this walking tour, including how the city's landscape changed after World War II.See the site of the famous 1945 conference between the United States, Soviet Union, and United Kingdom at Cecilienhof Palace. Then pass the reconstructed Greek temple and lakeside setting of King Frederick William II’s Marble Palace. Head through the 18th-century Nauener Gate and into the Dutch quarter.Pause for lunch at a restaurant of your choice in the city center (own expense). Afterward, travel through Potsdam’s own Brandenburg Gate to the UNESCO-listed Sanssouci Palace and Gardens.The walking tour ends back at the Sanssouci Palace. Travel back to Berlin with your guide via public transportation or continue exploring Potsdam independently.