Integrated into the Potsdam Palace Park, the New Garden in the north of Potsdam is part of the city’s UNESCO cultural heritage. The name is misleading, however, because the garden is not that new.
A visit to Potsdam without strolling through Sanssouci Park is only half a visit. The palace park and palace are Potsdam’s most famous sights worldwide
An exciting and impressive place to learn about steel production in Brandenburg is the Industrial Museum in Brandenburg an der Havel. We passed the museum rather by chance and were thrilled by the visit.
If you walk along the Grosse Allee through Sanssouci Palace Park, you come to the last important Baroque palace complex in Prussia, the Neues Palais in Potsdam. For me, the New Palace with its adjacent buildings is one of the most beautiful buildings in the palace park.
About 6 kilometres south of Potsdam lies the small village of Caputh. This is where the famous scientist Albert Einstein liked to retreat in the summer months and enjoy the peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of the big city.
The Belvedere on the Klausberg is a UNESCO cultural heritage site in the Berlin-Potsdam cultural landscape. It is located in the north-western part of the Sanssousi Park.