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Gardens & Palaces of Potsdam Bike Tour from Berlin

1. Gardens & Palaces of Potsdam Bike Tour from Berlin

Start the tour at the main entrance of the TV Tower in Alexanderplatz. From there, take the train to Potsdam. Once there, you will leisurely explore the various palaces and gardens of Potsdam and Sanssouci, covering about 10 miles (16km) in roughly 4.5 hours. Explore the Prussian palace complex of Sanssouci, home to the famous Orangerie, two palaces, as well as many beautiful gardens, parks, and buildings. Then make your way through Potsdam’s historic center, including the Dutch Quarter and Potsdam’s own Brandenburg Gate. In the New Gardens, see the fantastic Marble Palace, before going to Cecilienhof, where Truman, Stalin, and Churchill concluded the Potsdam Agreement. Finally, explore the area’s extensive Cold War history with a visit to the no-man’s land between West Berlin and East Germany and over the Glienicke Bridge where Cold War spy exchanges routinely took place.

Barnim: Countryside Culinary Tour by Bike with Farm Visit

2. Barnim: Countryside Culinary Tour by Bike with Farm Visit

Discover the varied landscape in the biosphere reserve of Schorfheide Chorin by bike. See forests, fields, meadows, hills, and farming villages up close, as well as many bird species. Stop to taste local products at 3 farm shops and breweries. Cycle into nature on this countryside bike tour. In addition to the scenic beauty of the landscape, discover organic farms and farm shops, and have the chance to taste their products such as honey, milk, cheese, sausage, beer, or marmalade. Stop at Brodowin eco-village first to tuck into a delicious, fresh, and organic lunch in the garden of the organic farm. This eco-village has several organic producers, such as a fishmonger who sells fish from the surrounding natural ponds. Then, continue to Pehlitz and climb the 80-meter high Kleiner Rummelsberg hill. Marvel at the panoramic views of the surrounding landscape and the lakes. At Schwalbennest farm, an organic farm with sheep, goat and cows, enjoy a cup of coffee and a slice of cake in the leafy garden.

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4.8 / 5

based on 30 reviews

fabulous day, educational, welll informed guide, : highly recommended

We spent a very enjoyable day, in glorious sunshine cycling from castle to castle and round the lake. It is very easy to be focussed on the second WW/Hitler and the Holocaust and the Cold War/Wall and Cecilienhof does deliver a special experience to enhance that knowledge, but the Prussian History and the family dynamics was a refreshing insight and new dimension to our knowledge of Germany. Our guide was very knowledgeable. The scenery was stunning. Lunch was good with different menu options to suit different budgets and tastes. Bikes were comfy albeit clearly a bit tired and not as new as some others we had hired elsewhere. I wouldn't have wanted to cycle any faster or much further.. it was over 20km and any faster would have made it more of an endurance event for me!

Beautiful gardens, castles, and bike route!!

Alex took our small group on a lovely tour of the gardens and palaces of Potsdam. We learned so much history while enjoying the scenery of this important place in history. It was a nice change from the crowds and cars of Berlin. We had an excellent lunch break at a wonderful German restaurant in the center of this cute city. The train ride to and fro was an added benefit!!

What a great day! We were a bit worried, starting out in the rain & with small children joining the tour, but Ronin kept a pace we could all enjoy. His stories were both informative and amusing! When more contextual depth was needed, he was able to provide that, too.

Zoe our guide did a great job bringing history alive, a really fun day

Zoe, our guide did a wonderful job bringing alive all the history of Potsdam. It was really fun learning about the history of this area and she was a wealth of information about past and current Germany. The biking was great fun too, very flat and not too congested.

Very educational and well-presented. Had an excellent time.