Walking tour through lesser-known Potsdam

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Length: 21 km
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This cultural walk takes you through the much lesser-known northern part of Potsdam while still including many of the city’s famous sights. One aspect of northern Potsdam is that it was predominantly a restricted military area until the fall of the Wall. Here, Prussian history is impressively intertwined with more recent German history. On the other hand, nature and culture merge here in the magnificent lakeland scenery of the Jungfernsee, Tiefensee, Heiligensee and Glienicksee.
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  • New Garden in Potsdam, Foto: André Stiebitz, Lizenz: SPSG/ PMSG
  • Russian colony Alexandrovka, Foto: André Stiebitz, Lizenz: PMSG Potsdam Marketing und Service GmbH
Length: 21 kilometres (1-2 day tour)

Start/finish: Potsdam, Nedlitzer Strasse

Route signposting: no signposting

Route: Potsdam Nedlitzer Strasse, Jungfernsee – New Garden – Glienicke Bridge – Glienicke Park – Königsstrasse – Babelsberg Park – Humboldtstrasse – Schiffbauergasse – New Garden – Alleestrasse – Alexandrovka – Belvedere – Höhenstrasse – Bertinistrasse – Nedlitzer Strasse

Sights along the route:
  • New Garden, Cecilienhof Country House, Marble House
  • Villa Schöningen, Glienicke Bridge
  • Glienicke Park, Casino, Moorlake
  • Babelsberg Park, Babelsberg Park, Flatow Tower
  • Schiffbauergasse
  • Alexandrovka, Belvedere Palace, Bertinistrasse

How to get there:

  • Public transport: via Potsdam central station, then take Bus 638/39 (for Berlin Spandau) as far as Nedlitzer Strasse
  • Car: to Nedlitzer Strasse (B2 for Berlin Spandau), parking available here

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This cultural walk takes you through the much lesser-known northern part of Potsdam while still including many of the city’s famous sights. One aspect of northern Potsdam is that it was predominantly a restricted military area until the fall of the Wall. Here, Prussian history is impressively intertwined with more recent German history. On the other hand, nature and culture merge here in the magnificent lakeland scenery of the Jungfernsee, Tiefensee, Heiligensee and Glienicksee.
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  • New Garden in Potsdam, Foto: André Stiebitz, Lizenz: SPSG/ PMSG
  • Russian colony Alexandrovka, Foto: André Stiebitz, Lizenz: PMSG Potsdam Marketing und Service GmbH
Length: 21 kilometres (1-2 day tour)

Start/finish: Potsdam, Nedlitzer Strasse

Route signposting: no signposting

Route: Potsdam Nedlitzer Strasse, Jungfernsee – New Garden – Glienicke Bridge – Glienicke Park – Königsstrasse – Babelsberg Park – Humboldtstrasse – Schiffbauergasse – New Garden – Alleestrasse – Alexandrovka – Belvedere – Höhenstrasse – Bertinistrasse – Nedlitzer Strasse

Sights along the route:
  • New Garden, Cecilienhof Country House, Marble House
  • Villa Schöningen, Glienicke Bridge
  • Glienicke Park, Casino, Moorlake
  • Babelsberg Park, Babelsberg Park, Flatow Tower
  • Schiffbauergasse
  • Alexandrovka, Belvedere Palace, Bertinistrasse

How to get there:

  • Public transport: via Potsdam central station, then take Bus 638/39 (for Berlin Spandau) as far as Nedlitzer Strasse
  • Car: to Nedlitzer Strasse (B2 for Berlin Spandau), parking available here

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Nedlitzer Straße 100

14469 Potsdam Potsdam

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Humboldtstraße 1-2
14467 Potsdam

Tel.: +49 (0) 331-27558899
Fax: +49 (0) 331-2755858

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