Private Berlin & Potsdam: The Best of Two Cities

Private Berlin & Potsdam: The Best of Two Cities

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      Berlin, Germany
      8 Hours
      Moderate
      From (USD)
      $ 1,279

      • Historical Center: Venture to Brandenburg Gate, Boulevard “Unter den Linden”, Museum Island, Berlin Cathedral, Gendarmenmarket Square and Kurfürstendamm Avenue.
      • Governmental Quarter: Holocaust Memorial, Victory Column, Checkpoint Charlie, Potsdam Square, Berlin Wall and Topography of Terror are located in this quarter.
      • Glienicke Bridge: Connecting Potsdam (location of Barock Sans Souci Palace and Garden) and Berlin, this bridge was restored after World War II.
      • Dutch Quarter: Head to Downtown Potsdam and visit Cecilienhof Palace, the location of a conference that shaped Europe and Asia’s future after the war.

      Meeting point

      Please meet in the lobby/reception area of your hotel. Be sure to indicate the name of your hotel at check-out so we know where to meet you. Your guide will be holding a sign with GoBe or your name on it.

      Helpful hints

      Bring small coins for the bathroom. Take a light jacket or rain coat for the weather. Be aware that when it's windy, an umbrella might be risky!

      Getting around

      This tour is suitable for travelers with limited mobility, able to get in and out the transport without assistance or with the aid of a traveling companion. It is not wheelchair accessible.

      Activity type

      Private Tour, Cultural, Family Friendly, Luxury Tour

      Transportation used

      We have different size vehicles to accommodate your group. Don't see the size vehicle you need? Contact us at hello@gobe.com for further assistance..

      Tour ID

      PP-EUR-DEU-BERL-EN-1007

      Tour Participation Requirements

      Activity Level

      This experience is rated moderate. Full participation may require extended periods of walking over even and uneven surfaces, steep terrain and/or water activity in a slight current. There may be steps, inclines, cobblestone surfaces, and extended periods of standing. Participants with physical limitations should take this into account.

      Age restrictions

      Suitable for all ages.

      From its early beginnings in the 13th century, Berlin’s history has been nothing short of eventful. In fact, some excavations have made archaeologists wonder if the city is older than they initially thought. Evidence of past events can be seen at the Historical Center, which is accessible from Boulevard “Unter den Linden”.

      The name of this famous one-mile long boulevard translates to "under the linden trees". Pedestrians can be seen walking along the grassy path to explore points of interest like Museum Island, Brandenburg Gate, KaDeWe Department Store, Berlin Cathedral and the place where the world’s first steam train operated in 1886, Kurfürstendamm Avenue.

      Take the opportunity to educate yourself about the National Socialist movement when you reach the Governmental Quarter, which is home to the Topography of Terror museum, Holocaust Memorial, Checkpoint Charlie and Berlin Wall. The wall was built overnight to divide the West and the East. Now, just two kilometers of the concrete construction remains.

      Connecting Berlin with Potsdam is Glienicke Bridge, where "Bridge of Spies” was filmed. Surrounded by Havel River, it leads to Barock Sans Souci Palace and Garden. A focal point of the Dutch Quarter (aside from its red brick buildings) is Cecilienhof Palace, which was where the powers of World War II met to make world history.

      Potsdam’s past and present

      Believed to have been the preferred home of Prussian kings throughout the 18th and 19th centuries, Potsdam has a rich past, with excavations uncovering traces of human life that date back to the Stone Age! However, it wasn’t until the 17th century that people were really aware of its significance, because this was when Prince Frederick William began building a second royal seat in the region. The landscape metamorphosed immensely in the consecutive years. Modern day Potsdam is home to numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

      Non-refundable if canceled within 30 days of requested services.

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      Berlin, Germany
      Berlin, Germany
      Berlin, Germany
      Great photo opportunities
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