On this day trip we will explore the former residence of the Prussian kings together. An important garrison town in the 18th century, Frederick the Great had a summer residence built here from 1745, which he named “Sanssouci”. We will also explain why there are potatoes as well as flowers on Frederick’s grave.

Severely damaged by Allied bombing raids during World War II, Potsdam lost its direct connection to West Berlin in August 1961 when the Berlin Wall was built. The Glienicke Bridge became a symbol of division and the exchange of agents.

Discover with us beautiful Potsdam with its more than 1000 years of exciting and varied history. We will visit the Glienicke Bridge, Cecilienhof Palace, the Dutch Quarter, the Brandenburg Gate (yes, Potsdam has one too) and, of course, Sanssouci Palace and Park.

Please note! We do NOT enter the various castles during the tour! The castles have separate entrance fees.

All participants require a public transport ticket for this tour; this is NOT included in the price. We are happy to help with the selection.

Duration: approx. 6 hours (incl. train rides and break)

Costs: Groups of 10 or more: € 25 / person (reduced rate € 23)
up to 9 people and school classes: Price on request

If you would like to book this tour, please use this link.

Symbol Barrierefreiheit

In principle, all our tours are barrier-free, but as there may be restrictions in the city at short notice, please inform us in advance.


This tour is dog-friendly. You are welcome to bring your four-legged friend with you.

“A crown is merely a hat that lets the rain in.”

Frederick the Great, 1712 – 1786, Prussian king 1740 – 1786