Jewel of Prussia
“Culture is every second beat of our hearts.”
Hans Marchwitza, Potsdam artist
A city of kings and emperors, Potsdam housed Prussia’s royal House of Hohenzollern (lit: ‘High-Taxer’) family on the edge of Berlin until the fall of imperialism in 1918.
Although Potsdam did not make it out of the Second World War unscathed, it retains much of its old world splendour – visible in its luscious lakeside parks, castles, and its charming historical centre.
Come and join us for a day out in this beautiful city, boasting architectural wonders of Baroque, Rococco & Neo-Classical style. European in the truest sense of the word.
Best experienced during the warmer months – from May until November.
Tours do not include palace entrance fees; admission can be arranged, with specific tours of the interior, upon request.
Suggested Private Tour Sights
- Sansoucci Palace
- Freidrich II’s Grave
- Cecilienhof Palace/Site of the 1945 Potsdam Conference
- Potsdam Town
- Neues Palais
- Bridge of Spies/Glienicke Brucke
- Chinese Tea House
- Marmor Palais
- Dutch Quarter
- Alexandrowka Russian Colony
- Potsdam Stasi Prison
- Brandenburg/Nauen/Jäger Gate
For information on tour prices, check our (FAQ section).
We ask that you enquire about bookings seven days in advance, so as to allow ample time to tailor your request to your personal wishes. We are, however, also available for last minute bookings – if uncertain, please do ask.
Bookings can be made using our booking form (here). We will reply within 24 hours and present an offer based on your preferences.
In some instances payment can be made in cash at the end of the tour directly to the guide. Payment in advance can be made by secure bank transfer/credit card/PayPal. Tours booked within ten days of the date of the tour must be paid in advance. (See our FAQ section for more details)