Discover the "Versailles of Germany" on a Spanish-speaking tour of Potsdam, with transfers from Berlin. Marvel at up to 150 buildings and gardens of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, and learn the history of the former hunting lodge of Frederick William I.
What to Expect
Depart Berlin and travel to the former hunting lodge of Frederick William I on a Spanish-speaking tour of Potsdam and its UNESCO World Heritage Site monuments. Marvel at the former residence of the Prussian royal family, and learn how Frederick II ("Frederick the Great") expanded the city magnificently during his time as a patron of the arts.
Start your tour at the palace of Sanssouci, and admire the Rococo style of Frederick the Great's enlightened reign. Discover where he is buried and the hidden secrets of the architecture. Pass the Church of Peace in the palace grounds of Sanssouci Park and discover the Dutch Quarter, Soviet Graveyard and Nauen Gate.
Then, go to Cecilienhof Palace to learn why Potsdam is so important to the history of World War II. Hear how Stalin, Churchill and Truman divided Germany during the Potsdam Conference in 1945. Finally, walk along the banks of the Havel River and cross the Glienicke Bridge (better known as the "Bridge of Spies") to see where the CIA and KGB exchanged secret agents.
- Spanish-speaking guide
- City map
What's Not Included
- Entrance tickets
- Transportation ticket
Know Before You Go
• Please note that this tour requires a 1-day transport ticket for zones ABC (not included in the price of the tour)