Excursion to Potsdam from Berlin
If you are a Rococo style lover, Potsdam will be a wonderful walk! Your promenade will take place in Sanssouci Park and its magnificent nature. Inside are hidden several Baroque and Rococo architecture; the Orangery Palace with its Italian Renaissance style, the astonishing Chinese House, the antique Roman Baths, the New Palace and the extraordinary Sanssouci Palace. As the park's name means "without worry" in French, this tour will be carefree: take a breath and enjoy this Rococo experience.
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- English Speaking Guide
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- Entrance Fees
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Pass By: Sanssouci Park, Zur Historischen Muhle, 14469 Potsdam, Brandenburg Germany
Being a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Sanssouci park is homing an amazing amount of nature. From the vineyard to the baroque flower, the park is a great promenade. 3,000 fruits trees were planted in the hedge quarter, and the greenhouses hold plants and fruit trees.
Pass By: Orangery Palace, An der Orangerie 3-5, 14469 Potsdam, Germany
Located in Sanssouci Park, its other name is the New Orangery. Built-in 1851, the building is a great representation of the style of the Italian Renaissance. While walking around its 300 meters long building, you'll notice some similarities with the Villa Medici in Rome and the Uffizi in Florence.
Pass By: Sanssouci Palace, Maulbeerallee, 14469 Potsdam, Brandenburg Germany
With its Frederician Rococo architecture, Sanssouci Palace could be a rival of Versailles. Smaller than its French cousin, it is still remarkable for the temples and follies located in its park. Furthermore, Sanssouci palace wasn't a place of power but a relaxation villa for the King.
Pass By: Chinese House in Sanssouci Park, Am Grünen Gitter, 14469 Potsdam, Germany
The Chinese House was built in 1755 to embellish the flower and vegetable gardens of Sanssouci Park. You can guess by its name the great style of Chinese architecture. A zest of ornamental rococo components has been used, enhancing this garden pavilion.
Pass By: Roman Baths, Park Sanssouci, Potsdam, Brandenburg Germany
Created in 1829, the Roman baths is a beautiful mix of classical Roman and antique Italien styles. The place contains several buildings: the gardener's house, the Roman Bath and a small tea pavilion. All form an amazing complex of classical antiquity joined together by pergolas, arcades and charming terraces.
Pass By: New Palace, Am Neuen Palais, 14469 Potsdam, Germany
Hidden in Sanssouci Park, the New Palace was built under Frederick the Great and is considered as the last great Prussian Baroque villa. As a mix of Rococo and Baroque styles, the New Palace was quite the opposite of the then-Neoclassical style that took place in Europe.
Departure Point :Berlin, Germany
Return Detail :Returns to original departure point
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- Not wheelchair accessible
- Near public transportation
- Most travelers can participate
- This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
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