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TT 53: Through the Mark Brandenburg


Cycling tour from Potsdam in Brandenburg starting from Seminaris SeeHotel - 7 nights with breakfast buffet, entrance to Belvedere Pfingstberg, rental bike, and much more.

Overview
Dates 2024

Daily arrival from April 13th to October 6th

Low season: April 13th to 30th, July 1st to August 31st and September 30th to October 6th
High season:
May 1st to June 30th and September 1st to 29th

Tour
  • 221-242 km bike
  • 80 % flat, unified sign-labeled cycle tracks; 20 % secondary roads
Tour characteristics
  • Fitness
  • Cycle path quality
  • Signage
Route
Day 1, Arrival

To Potsdam at the Templiner See. Free public parking available near the hotel; parking garage available for a fee (approximately € 14.- per day on spot). Your rental bike is ready for you at the hotel.

Day 2, Dutch Quarter and Einstein House (23 km)

Along the lake to the center of Potsdam (Dutch Quarter, Nikolaikirche). Take a ferry (approximately € 1.50 on spot) to Hermannswerder. Continue to Caputh. Optionally visit the Albert Einstein House. Take a ferry (approximately € 1.50 on spot) to Geltow and back.

Day 3, Wannsee (40 km)

Along the lake to the Glienicker Brücke; past Pfaueninsel and along the Berlin Wall Trail to Wannsee; return.
Active tour: Continue over the bridge to the island of Schwanenwerder (+ 17 km).

Day 4, Schwielowsee/Werder (38 km)

Along the Templiner See to the island town of Werder. Past Schloss Petzow and Ferch (beach) to Caputh. Take a ferry (approximately € 1.50 on spot) to Geltow; return.

Day 5, Palace Tour (30 km)

Along the lakes to Schloss Glienicke. Continue to Belvedere Pfingstberg and Schloss Sanssouci (Hanging Gardens) and Neues Palais; return.

Day 6, Into the hinterland (40 km)

Along the lakes via Golm to the Töplitz Peninsula (nature reserve); return via Bornim.

Day 7, Wannsee - Cecilienhof (50 km)

To Wannsee and take a ferry (approximately € 7.- on spot) to Alt-Kladow. Continue to Schloss and Park Sacrow (Heilandskirche); return.
Active tour: Detour to Schloss Cecilienhof (+ 4 km).

Day 8, Return home

After breakfast.

Price & Service
Price per person
  • double room | breakfast - standard - 8 days
    • 13.04. - 30.04.2024, 01.07. - 31.08.2024, 30.09. - 06.10.2024 | A - Low season
      € 629,- Arrival Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa, Su
    • 01.05. - 30.06.2024, 01.09. - 29.09.2024 | B - High season
      € 669,- Arrival Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa, Su
  • double room | half board - standard - 8 days
    • 13.04. - 30.04.2024, 01.07. - 31.08.2024, 30.09. - 06.10.2024 | A - Low season
      € 839,- Arrival Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa, Su
    • 01.05. - 30.06.2024, 01.09. - 29.09.2024 | B - High season
      € 879,- Arrival Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa, Su
  • single room | breakfast - standard - 8 days
    • 13.04. - 30.04.2024, 01.07. - 31.08.2024, 30.09. - 06.10.2024 | A - Low season
      € 1.049,- Arrival Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa, Su
    • 01.05. - 30.06.2024, 01.09. - 29.09.2024 | B - High season
      € 1.089,- Arrival Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa, Su
  • single room | half board - standard - 8 days
    • 13.04. - 30.04.2024, 01.07. - 31.08.2024, 30.09. - 06.10.2024 | A - Low season
      € 1.259,- Arrival Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa, Su
    • 01.05. - 30.06.2024, 01.09. - 29.09.2024 | B - High season
      € 1.299,- Arrival Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa, Su
Service
  • 7 nights with breakfast buffet
  • Entrance to Belvedere Pfingstberg
  • Service package with transfers according to route including liability coverage up to € 700.- per person, as well as rental bike (deduction for bringing your own bike - € 90.-) + saddlebag
  • Information package with tour map
  • GPS data
Not included

local tax approximately € 4.- per person per night, various ferry rides

Discount
  • Online discount
    • € 10,- per person on arrival Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa, Su from 13.04. - 06.10.2024
Information
Our rental bikes
Our tip: Visit the New Palace in Potsdam!

The construction of the New Palace began in 1763 after the end of the Seven Years' War under Frederick the Great and was completed in 1769. It is considered the last significant palace complex of the Baroque era in Prussia. Frederick did not intend it as a royal residence, but rather as a palace for guests of his court. Emperor Wilhelm II made the New Palace his summer residence. Even today, you can see, for example, the bedroom of the imperial couple.

Bewertung Our employee Lisa on the go in the palace park:

"In spring, I collected wonderful memories in Potsdam. Both hotels have stayed in my memory due to their excellent location and great service. The landscape and history around Potsdam are definitely worth visiting."

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