A city that defies ordinary descriptions, an enchanting mix of history and modernity located just a stone's throw away from Berlin. Known for its UNESCO-listed palaces and beautiful gardens, it offers a royal retreat that's rich in Prussian heritage. Read more

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Potsdam is not just a city, but an experience. It's the capital of the German state of Brandenburg and is most famous for its exquisite palaces and beautifully landscaped gardens, the majority of which are part of the Potsdam-Sanssouci ensemble that is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list. It is often called "Germany's Versailles," and for a good reason. The elegance of Sanssouci Palace and the grandeur of the New Palace can leave anyone spellbound.
In addition to its royal residences, Potsdam is a city of great historical significance. It played host to the Potsdam Conference after World War II, where leaders of the Allied powers convened. The Dutch Quarter and Russian colony, Alexandrowka, reflect Potsdam's international character. Moreover, the city is a hub for science and research with institutions like the University of Potsdam and various Max Planck Institutes located here.
Waterways lace the city, and numerous lakes and the River Havel provide scenic locations for leisure activities. The old market square is a lively place, where you can appreciate Prussian Classicist architecture while savoring some local food.

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The most famous sights
What to do in Potsdam

Sanssouci Palace

A Rococo masterpiece, Sanssouci Palace is the former summer residence of Frederick the Great and is surrounded by elegantly designed gardens.

New Palace

Located in the Sanssouci Park, this grand Baroque structure is notable for its lavishly decorated rooms and impressive dome.

Cecilienhof Palace

Historically significant, it was the site of the Potsdam Conference in 1945 and now serves as a museum.

The Dutch Quarter

This area is known for its red brick buildings, hosting charming shops, cafés, and boutiques.

Alexandrowka Colony

A Russian colony that transports you to a different era, known for its charming wooden houses and a Russian Orthodox chapel.

Glienicke Bridge

Famously known as the 'Bridge of Spies,' this structure was used for the exchange of captured spies during the Cold War.

Filmmuseum Potsdam

A museum dedicated to the German film industry, offering insights into the world of cinema.

Babelsberg Park

A lovely park featuring a palace, Flatow Tower, and beautiful landscapes designed by Peter Joseph Lenné and Hermann von Pückler-Muskau.

Brandenburger Tor Potsdam

Not to be confused with Berlin's Brandenburg Gate, this Neoclassical gate is one of the entrances to the city.

University of Potsdam

A modern educational institution with a historical touch, the university is spread across multiple locations, including the palatial New Palace.

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In and around Potsdam

Sanssouci (2.13 km)

Situated in Potsdam, near Berlin, Sanssouci is a magnificent palace that epitomizes the vision and opulence of Frederick the Great of Prussia. Surrounded by enchanting gardens, it serves as Germany's answer to France's Versailles.

Berlin (26.99 km)

Berlin, the cosmopolitan and historic heart of Germany, offers visitors a diverse mix of culture, art and entertainment. Discover its fascinating history, visit world-famous monuments and experience the dynamic nightlife of this unique city.

Chorin Monastery (78.38 km)

Experience Chorin Monastery, a historic gem tucked away in the lush countryside of Brandenburg. Established in the 13th century, this former Cistercian abbey beckons with its spiritual atmosphere, scenic landscape, and exquisite Gothic architecture.

Dessau-Worlitz Garden Realm (82.14 km)

A captivating synthesis of landscape design, architecture, and art. As one of the earliest and largest English parks in Germany, it showcases the Enlightenment's influence on garden aesthetics, offering visitors a cultural and scenic experience.

Magdeburg (102.08 km)

Magdeburg, the capital city of Saxony-Anhalt in Germany, offers a blend of history, culture, and modernity that is uniquely its own.

Halloren Chocolate Museum (124.8 km)

Welcome to a chocolate lover's paradise! The Halloren Chocolate Museum in Halle, Germany, offers a decadent journey through the world of cacao and sweets.

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