What's on in Potsdam
Sanssouci Palace in Potsdam near Berlin, was built as the former summer residence of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia. Although Sanssouci is built in a more intimate Rococo style and far sm...
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Potsdam is the state capital of Brandenburg in Germany - it has a unique landscape characterised by tranquil, meandering waterways, pristine nature and historic towns, and very near to the buzzing capital of Berlin.
Potsdam is home to the former summer residence of the Prussian Kings, the elegant Sanssouci Palace with its beautiful landscaped gardens.
Today, the city's reputation as a lively cultural centre is enhanced by the fascinating architecture of its historical districts such as the Dutch Quarter with its gabled red brick houses or the exclusive residential area of Babelsberg with its neo-Gothic castle and the Filmpark Babelsberg, Germany's one-time response to Hollywood.
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You will find the city's main shopping districts in Potsdam's baroque Old Town and in the centre of Babelsberg district. Discover Brandenburger Straße pedestrian zone with its many high street shops and stylish boutiques. From here, it is only a short walk to the Dutch Quarter, the location for many art galleries and fashionable boutiques.
Classy and popular Italian restaurant with impressive chandeliers and a gallery overlooking the main floor.
This restaurant serving regional dishes, wine bar, beer garden and cocktail bar.
A fantastic spot for cakes and confectionery, but also serves a varying menu of savoury dishes.
World-famous rococo palace with glorious interiors surrounded by a large park area.
Built as the summer residence of the royal family, the late-baroque palace is one of the most impressive buildings in the Sanssouci park area.
A rustic English-style country manor and the site where Stalin's, Truman's and Churchill's Potsdam Conference took place in 1945.
Germany's one-time answer to Hollywood. Shooting began in 1912 with silent-movie epics such as Fritz Lang's 'Metropolis'.