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11 things you can always do in Potsdam

Unfortunately, these prejudices about Berlin are true

Postdam is just around the corner from Berlin and yet only the tourists and some students often come over. Yes, the city lives very dignified, but has much more to offer than just Sanssouci Palace. Which 11 great things you can still do there, you can read here. Here you go!

Barberini Museum © Helge Mundt Watch art in the Barberini Museum

We are big fans of Potsdam: Life weighs a ton more easily between villas and speed boats. Since January 2017 there has been one more reason to jump to the next region, when the Museum Barberini opened in the Palazzo Barberini, built in the 18th century (inspired by the Palazzo of the same name in Rome). It started with an exhibition of Impressionist works from Claude Monet to Gustave Caillebotte. Parents of babies between 0 and 1 year are also welcome here. The museum offers extra tours for them once a week.

  • Barberini Museum
  • Humboldtstrasse 5-6, 14467 Potsdam
  • Wednesday – Monday: 10 am to 7 pm (Wednesdays 11 am is the guided tour for parents with babies), every first Thursday of the month: 10 am to 9 pm, Tuesday: closed
  • 14 euros, reduced 10 euros
  • More info

© Rosenberg Potsdam | Facebook Eat the best cake in the vegan Café Rosenberg

Café Rosenberg doesn’t just offer vegan cakes, it has the best cake in all of Potsdam. Anyone who still believes that vegan cake is dust-dry or boring has not yet tried the snickers or carrot cake from owner Katharina Rosenberg-Ehrl, who takes us straight to the vegan sky with her creations and leaves us extremely happy.

  • Rosenberg
  • Dortustrasse 15, 14467 Potsdam
  • Tuesday – Saturday: 10 am–6pm, Sunday: 10 am–4.30pm, Monday: closed
  • More info

© Daliah Hoffmann Walking and snogging in Babelsberg Park

If you have time for a long walk, walk across the Glienicke Bridge towards Babelsbergpark. At that time the east-west border ran in the middle of the bridge, now it has only two different shades of green. In Park Babelsberg, a lot of people are smooching under the gazebo, so it has to be pretty nice. In winter you can also go down the hill from the castle garden on a sled. The view is awesome in every season. And depending on where you are walking, you can also make a detour to the beautiful Babelsberg Castle.

  • Babelsberg Castle
  • Park Babelsberg 9, 14482 Potsdam
  • More info

© Belmundo Potsdam Kumpir eat in the Belmundo

Kumpir potatoes are large baked potatoes, cut open lengthways and filled with various fillings and sauces. Yummy! At Belmundo you can not only buy food, but almost everything that is in the restaurant.

  • Belmundo buyable and edible
  • Jägerstrasse 40, 14467 Potsdam
  • Monday – Friday: 9.30 a.m. – 7 p.m., Saturday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., Sundays and public holidays: closed, Kumpir daily from 11.30 a.m. (Saturdays from 12 p.m.)
  • More info

© Filmmuseum Potsdam Visit to the Filmmuseum Potsdam

Here you can not only learn something about film history, but also watch films. Every day, those are shown that are no longer in the cinema, but are really worth seeing.

  • Film Museum Potsdam
  • Breite Str. 1 A, 14467 Potsdam
  • More info

© Bill Rand | CC BY 2.0 Drive to the Holy See

Potsdam Hauptbahnhof, Tram 93, Ludwig-Richter-Straße, then only about 300 m to the beautiful water. Here you can have a nice picnic in the spring, swim in the summer or take a walk along the entire Jauch and Co. celebrities in autumn.

  • Holy lake
  • Im Neuen Garten 7, 14469 Potsdam

© Alte Meierei For a beer in the Alte Meierei

Treat yourself to a beer on the terrace of the Old dairy farm, looks dreamily at the Jungfernsee and the Königswald. A nice place for the famous cozy summer night. Award-winning beer is brewed in the old dairy today, which is of course available in the inn and beer garden. Anyone who comes to the dairy not only with beer drust, but also with hunger – the location often serves as a backdrop in films – will get German classics like Eisbein here "Berlin style", Schnitzel, vegetarian burger, Soljanka or can make a snack.

  • Old dairy
  • Im Neuen Garten 10, 14469 Potsdam
  • In winter (from November) closed on Mondays, Tuesday – Saturday 12pm – 10pm, Sunday 12pm – 8pm; in summer (from April) closed on Mondays (open on public holidays), Tuesday – Sunday 11 am-10pm
  • More info

© Studio Babelsberg AG Take a look behind the scenes in Studio Babelsberg

Instead of running into the Babelsberg film park, you can alternatively empathize with the film industry on a studio tour. The prop collection of Studio Babelsbergs, for example, gathers parts from “The Lives of Others”, “The Reader” and numerous other films, and costumes and masks stack next door. The studio tour is only available on request for groups of 2 people up to max. 15 people, registration at least 10 days in advance.

  • Studio Babelsberg
  • August-Bebel-Str. 26-53, 14482 Potsdam
  • Monday – Friday
  • 25 euros per person
  • More info

© Kerstin Musl Spend a weekend on the wooden raft

Have you always wanted to feel like Huckleberry Finn and not only sail on a wooden raft, but also sleep on it – very close to nature? You can do that in Potsdam, for example, on the beautiful Templiner See and the adjacent lake landscape. The boat rental “Huckleberrys Tours” offers rafts not only for day trips, but also for trips of up to seven nights. A dry toilet, kerosene lamps, gas cooker, cooking and eating utensils for four people, camping heating and LED driving lights can also be booked for this.

  • Huckleberrys Tours
  • Schiffbauergasse 9a, Potsdam
  • The prices vary depending on the raft and the number of nights
  • More info

© HL Böhme / Hans Otto Theater Cultural program in the Hans Otto Theater

A visit to the theater is actually not wrong in any city. The Hans Otto Theater looks like the Sydney Opera House in very, very small size. The pieces here range from Shakespeare and Goethe to modern productions.

  • Hans Otto Theater
  • Schiffbauergasse 11, 14467 Potsdam
  • Regular tickets: from € 11, reduced from € 7.50
  • More info

© Thorbjoern | Wikimedia Commons CC BY 2.5 weekly market at the Nauener Tor

If there is a smell of waffles in the air, a day smells much better. Every Saturday in Potsdam it smells wonderful when Jochen Wiemers sells his Belgian yeast waffles at the weekly market. Nice guy, delicious waffles, there!

  • Weekly market at the Nauener Tor
  • Hegelallee 57, 14467 Potsdam
  • Saturdays: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • More info

A ticket from Potsdam to Berlin costs just 3.20 euros (ABC tariff), a day ticket in Potsdam is 4.00 euros. Master’s tip: Do not drive to Potsdam in rush hours and take a bicycle with you. That is almost impossible due to the flow of students.

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