Wannsee-Babelsberg Route, bicycle tour

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The Wannsee-Babelsberg Route runs along the banks of the River Havel and its lakes, right through the UNESCO World Heritage Site “Palaces and Parks of Potsdam and Berlin” and past Glienicke Bridge, which marks the border between Berlin and Potsdam.
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  • Strandbad Wannsee, Foto: Steven Ritzer, Lizenz: Steven Ritzer
  • Liebermann-Villa, Foto: Steven Ritzer, Lizenz: Steven Ritzer
  • Church Sacrower Heilandskirche, Foto: Steven Ritzer, Lizenz: Steven Ritzer
  • Babelsberg Palace, Foto: Steven Ritzer, Lizenz: Steven Ritzer
  • Water Taxi, Foto: André Stiebitz, Lizenz: PMSG Potsdam Marketing und Service GmbH
  • Glienicke Bridge, Foto: André Stiebitz, Lizenz: PMSG Potsdam Marketing und Service GmbH
A detour to Babelsberg Park with its richly decorated garden terraces, flower beds and aquatic features is rewarded with a spectacular view of the World Heritage Site towards Glienicke Palace and Park. The Glienicke Palace Park created by Lenné is a true gem within the UNESCO World Heritage Site. With the Palace, Casino, Remise and Orangery, Prince Charles of Prussia made his dream of an Italian-style villa come true, and had Glienicke Palace built by architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel in classicist style.

Length: 20 kilometres

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Start/finish: S-Bahnhof Wannsee

Logo/route sign: yellow crossbar

Conditions of the trail: Cycle paths, roads, forest trails



How to get there:

  – Public transport: from Berlin by S-Bahn S1 or S7, by regional train RE 1, R7, RB21 or RB33 to Berlin-Wannsee station

– Car:  from Berlin Charlottenhof-Wilmersdorf via A 115, from Berlin Tempelhof/Zehlendorf via B1 to Berlin-Wannsee station

– Parking P+R parking directly in front of Wannsee station (2 hours free of charge)

Route:

S-Bahnhof Wannsee, Liebermann Villa, Wannsee Conference building, Alter Hof bathing area, Glienicke Bridge, Glienicke Palace and Park, Babelsberg Palace and Park, Neu-Babelsberg villa colony, Berlin Wall memorial site, Lake Griebnitzsee, Griebnitzsee station, church at Lake Stölpchensee, Kleist memorial

Please note: If you follow the route counter-clockwise, it runs along the road “Am Großen Wannsee” (one-way) in the correct direction of travel to the “Flensburger Löwe” (Isted Lion). If you follow the route clockwise in the other direction, it runs along the roads “Zum Heckeshorn” and “Strasse Zum Löwen” heading for Königstrasse in the correct direction of travel.

Possible combinations:

  – Boat trips from Wannsee landing stage

  – Ferry connection to Kladow

  – Ferry landing stage to Pfaueninsel

  – Potsdam water taxi to Potsdam city centre or to Sacrow

  – Berliner Mauerweg (“Berlin Wall Route”) cycle route

  – Filmpark Babelsberg
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The Wannsee-Babelsberg Route runs along the banks of the River Havel and its lakes, right through the UNESCO World Heritage Site “Palaces and Parks of Potsdam and Berlin” and past Glienicke Bridge, which marks the border between Berlin and Potsdam.
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  • Strandbad Wannsee, Foto: Steven Ritzer, Lizenz: Steven Ritzer
  • Liebermann-Villa, Foto: Steven Ritzer, Lizenz: Steven Ritzer
  • Church Sacrower Heilandskirche, Foto: Steven Ritzer, Lizenz: Steven Ritzer
  • Babelsberg Palace, Foto: Steven Ritzer, Lizenz: Steven Ritzer
  • Water Taxi, Foto: André Stiebitz, Lizenz: PMSG Potsdam Marketing und Service GmbH
A detour to Babelsberg Park with its richly decorated garden terraces, flower beds and aquatic features is rewarded with a spectacular view of the World Heritage Site towards Glienicke Palace and Park. The Glienicke Palace Park created by Lenné is a true gem within the UNESCO World Heritage Site. With the Palace, Casino, Remise and Orangery, Prince Charles of Prussia made his dream of an Italian-style villa come true, and had Glienicke Palace built by architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel in classicist style.

Length: 20 kilometres

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Start/finish: S-Bahnhof Wannsee

Logo/route sign: yellow crossbar

Conditions of the trail: Cycle paths, roads, forest trails



How to get there:

  – Public transport: from Berlin by S-Bahn S1 or S7, by regional train RE 1, R7, RB21 or RB33 to Berlin-Wannsee station

– Car:  from Berlin Charlottenhof-Wilmersdorf via A 115, from Berlin Tempelhof/Zehlendorf via B1 to Berlin-Wannsee station

– Parking P+R parking directly in front of Wannsee station (2 hours free of charge)

Route:

S-Bahnhof Wannsee, Liebermann Villa, Wannsee Conference building, Alter Hof bathing area, Glienicke Bridge, Glienicke Palace and Park, Babelsberg Palace and Park, Neu-Babelsberg villa colony, Berlin Wall memorial site, Lake Griebnitzsee, Griebnitzsee station, church at Lake Stölpchensee, Kleist memorial

Please note: If you follow the route counter-clockwise, it runs along the road “Am Großen Wannsee” (one-way) in the correct direction of travel to the “Flensburger Löwe” (Isted Lion). If you follow the route clockwise in the other direction, it runs along the roads “Zum Heckeshorn” and “Strasse Zum Löwen” heading for Königstrasse in the correct direction of travel.

Possible combinations:

  – Boat trips from Wannsee landing stage

  – Ferry connection to Kladow

  – Ferry landing stage to Pfaueninsel

  – Potsdam water taxi to Potsdam city centre or to Sacrow

  – Berliner Mauerweg (“Berlin Wall Route”) cycle route

  – Filmpark Babelsberg
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Weather Today, 21. 5.

11 18
Possible drizzle in the afternoon.

  • Sunday
    8 20
  • Monday
    9 23

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