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Individual Round tour Potsdam 5: The World Heritage Potsdam

Round tour 5 "The World Heritage Potsdam" takes you on a day trip to the World Heritage sites in Potsdam. The positions on the map indicate the location of an information board. If you call the number provided on the board, you will get information about this particular location. (This service is free. You are only charged for the duration of the phone call to a German landline).

The tour starts off at the Babelsberg Palace (01). Via Glienicke Bridge (02) and Villa Schöningen you reach Cecilienhof Palace in the New Garden (03). Further south you are brought to the Marble Palace at Heiliger See (Holy Lake) (04). Next destination is the Belvedere on Pfingstberg Hill (05), which you will reach by heading west. Via the Alexander-Nevsky Memorial Church you are brought to the Russian Colony Alexandrovka (06). A relaxing break can be taken at the garden restaurant of one of the Russian wooden houses. Go via Voltaireweg to enter Sanssouci Park. This is where you can reach Sanssouci Palace (07), the Picture Gallery and the "New Chambers" (08). Via the Sicilian and Nordic Garden you arrive at a hill on which the Orangery (09) was built. From there you head south via the main park alley leading to the New Palace (10). Passing along the "Freundschaftstempel" (temple of friendship) on the theatre path you will be led to Charlottenhof Palace (11). This route leads south to the final destination at Charlottenhof station. Prior to arriving there, a little detour to the Roman Baths is highly recommended.
Round tour 5 "The World Heritage Potsdam" takes you on a day trip to the World Heritage sites in Potsdam. The positions on the map indicate the location of an information board. If you call the number provided on the board, you will get information about this particular location. (This service is free. You are only charged for the duration of the phone call to a German landline).

The tour starts off at the Babelsberg Palace (01). Via Glienicke Bridge (02) and Villa Schöningen you reach Cecilienhof Palace in the New Garden (03). Further south you are brought to the Marble Palace at Heiliger See (Holy Lake) (04). Next destination is the Belvedere on Pfingstberg Hill (05), which you will reach by heading west. Via the Alexander-Nevsky Memorial Church you are brought to the Russian Colony Alexandrovka (06). A relaxing break can be taken at the garden restaurant of one of the Russian wooden houses. Go via Voltaireweg to enter Sanssouci Park. This is where you can reach Sanssouci Palace (07), the Picture Gallery and the "New Chambers" (08). Via the Sicilian and Nordic Garden you arrive at a hill on which the Orangery (09) was built. From there you head south via the main park alley leading to the New Palace (10). Passing along the "Freundschaftstempel" (temple of friendship) on the theatre path you will be led to Charlottenhof Palace (11). This route leads south to the final destination at Charlottenhof station. Prior to arriving there, a little detour to the Roman Baths is highly recommended.
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