Potsdam Tour with Sanssouci Palace
Type: Tours from Berlin
Departs From: Berlin
Meeting Point: Kurfurstendamm 216 or Hotel Pick-up
Duration: 4 hours
Available: Tuesday Thursday Saturday Sunday at 10:00
Product Code: 4781
The Brandenburg state capital Potsdam, situated on the River Havel on the southwestern outskirts of Berlin, has always attracted all visitors under its spell because of many marvelous palaces of the Prussian rulers and other numerous architectural treasures in the old town. But visitors primarily come to Potsdam because of the legendary Sanssouci Palace of Frederick II.
After a drive of about 30 minutes you will meet your guide at the Glienicke Bridge to take you through the city center of Potsdam. You will be able to admire the most important sights such as the Dutch Quarter and the Russian Colony Alexandrowka.
The highlight of the tour is the visit to Sanssouci Palace. Your guide will also take you through the beautiful interiors, of course. In the summer months you will have the chance for a short walk through Sanssouci Park. You will return to Berlin after the palace visit.
The excursion ends at the Kurfürstendamm.
- Transportation by coach
- Services of a guide
- Visit to Sanssouci Palace
- Hotel pick-up (View List)
- Drop-off at hotels
- Meals and drinks
- Tips and gratuities
- Personal expenses
- Optional activity costs
- Please specify hotel name for pick-up upon booking.
- Children 5 years old and below are free of charge.
- Departure times vary depending on hotel pick-up location.
- Tour ends at Kurfürstendamm 216.
Price per adult $53.27
Price per child $26.64
Departs Tuesday Thursday Saturday Sunday at 10:00
- Prices are per person
- Child prices are valid for children ages 14 and below.
claudia B., Brazil
Besides it was quite fast, it is unmissable!!! The guide was fantastic and she really knows about the Palace and the historical places we've gone. Definitely is a must go if you're short of time.
Jari G., USA
Beautiful area and the palace tour was very interesting.
"commentary was very interesting. We never would have seen or learned as much if we had taken the train from Berlin and gone on our own. Definitely worth the guided tour."
Joseph C., USA