Prices & Booking
Dear Guests, due the current situation we currently don't offer our Hop On Hop Off City Tour Potsdam at the moment. We will be happy to host you once leasure and travel activities resume to normal again and will announce the starting date of the tour accordingly
. Since then, you are welcome to join our other sigtseeing tour "Alter Fritz", starting daily at 11.15 am from main station Potsdam, exit north. Thank you for your understanding, stay healthy.
Prices & Booking
Reduced (verification is required)
Elderly, pupils, students
Welcome Card owner
Not bookable online
Suitable for wheelchairs
Booking over stadtrundfahrt.com
All tickets are also available directly at the bus.
At our Hop-on / Hop-off Tour it´s always possible to leave the bus at one
of our stops, and to continue the tour from there with later busses.
Credit-cards are not excepted.
One Tour-circle without getting off is around 105 minutes. Every 30 min comes a new bus. Our available stops are:
Included: Headphones and a map of the tour
Excluded: Entrance fee of castles (always additional)
Potsdam is worth more than one journey
Explore the beautiful baroque old town of Potsdam and admire the imposing castles with their lovingly landscaped gardens. We offer you twelve different stops so you decide what you want to see and when. There are plenty of interesting spots to walk around. Drive through Potsdam's inner city and through the Dutch Quarter to the Glienicker Bridge and explore “Alexandrowka”, the colony of traditional russian wooden houses known as "Little Siberia."
See the grave of Frederick II, learn everything about the "Forbidden City" (a former KGB-Town) and hear exciting anecdotes. Experience the beautiful sights and impressive castles of Potsdam on this interesting and entertaining Potsdam-City -Tour on the trail of the prussian kings. Finally, discover the famous New Palace and the landscape of Potsdam. Walk past beautiful gardens and admire the biggest palace in Potsdam before spending the afternoon perhaps relaxing in the city.
Photograph: Valerie Kronewald