Potsdam is known as the Versailles of Germany. This city hosted the Prussian court, and a whole 150 buildings and gardens, became the 1990 World Heritage Site by UNESCO. On this visit, you can learn the history of the city and stroll through his palaces.
What to Expect
Frederick William I chose Potsdam as a hunting lodge in the seventeenth century, and then was the residence of the Prussian royal family. Federico II "The Great", who liked to culture and the arts, will be in charge from 1745 to beautify the city with palaces and gardens.
Begin your tour of the Sanssouci palace and know the history of this enlightened king, his grave and the secrets hidden in the architecture. You'll pass by the Church of Peace, and discover the Dutch Quarter, the Soviet Graveyard and Nauen Gate.
Continuing to visit to visit one of the most important palaces in the city, Cecilienhof Palace and know the importance of Potsdam in World War II and how Stalin, Churchill and Truman, the big three, divided Germany during the Potsdam Conference that it was held in the same place. Finally, walking the banks of the Havel River and cross the Glienicke Bridge, better known as the Bridge of Spies, Walk the Spies Bridge, where CIA and KGB did spy swap. Discover the history of Postdam entirely in Spanish so you can enjoy this beautiful city.
- Spanish-speaking guide
- City map
What's Not Included
- Entrance tickets
- Transportation ticket
Know Before You Go
This tour requires a day transport ticket for ABC zones, not included in the price.