Day Trip to Berlin, Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp and Potsdam

  • 7 hours
  • English guide
  • Private transport
Day Trip to Berlin, Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp and Potsdam - Tour and Walking free tour in english Buendía Germany

Join us on a trip to discover the history of two of the most emblematic places near Berlin, and two of the most iconic places in all of Germany. A tour through history that will remind us some of the darkest hours and also some of the brightest too. Come and discover them, don't miss it!

Prices

  • Adult

    From 49

  • Between 6 and 12

    From 29

  • Under 6

    Free

Itinerary

Our trip will start in Berlin, where we’ll hop on a bus to our first stop. On the road, and before leaving the city, we’ll take a panoramic tour of the main monuments of Berlin, getting a bit of context about the city.

Arriving at our next stop, the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, we will begin to understand the dimension of the tragic realities that were lived in here. Touring each of its places, we will learn more about how the concentration camp was run, about how the jobs were distributed according to the crimes and what were the punishments that were inflicted.

An important piece of collective memory will be explained during this visit, a moment you will surely never forget.

After we will set off towards Potsdam, a place widely known as a royal residence. This detail is significant since the royalty brought part of the splendour that we see, and of course the palaces and gardens where the royal families and their courts ruled and walked.

The Potsdam palaces are one of the most significant buildings in the world, among them you shouldn’t miss the Sansoucci Palace. This one is perhaps the best known and most relevant palace in Potsdam. But you shouldn't also miss the New Palace, the Babelsberg Palace or the Cecilienhof Palace, since all of them are outstanding.

There are many interesting places to see in Potsdam, and we’ll visit some of them accompanied by a professional. But the visit doesn't end there, after we’ll also have the opportunity to enjoy some free time, where we will be able to continue exploring all the corners of this enclave.

After the free time we’ll head back to Berlin. Enjoy a long day where we’ll experience first hand a piece of some of the darkest humanity’s episodes, but also some of the most opulent and glamorous palaces in the country. A unique chance to discover Berlin and its outskirts that you must not miss!

Meeting Point

  • In front of the Brunnen der Völkerfreundschaft Fountain
    • Alexanderplatz

Details

  • Duration

    7 hours aprox

  • Included

    • Local guide in English
    • Round trip transportation by private bus
    • Panoramic view of Berlin
    • Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Tickets
    • Potsdam visit
  • Language

    The visit is conducted in English

  • Cancellation Policy

    Cancellation is free and free of charge up to 24 hours before the activity. If you cancel with less time, arrive late or do not show up, no refund will be offered

Reviews

  • carmen Travelled as a group
    06 · Jan · 2023
    Una Excursión muy bien guiada !!
  • francisco Travelled as a group
    06 · Jan · 2023
    Todo bien, según lo esperado.
  • sandra Travelled as a group
    02 · Jan · 2023
    Nosotras fuimos en Navidad y nos vino muy bien porque con las pocas horas de luz hay muchas cosas que hacer y poco tiempo, así que vimos 2x1. La ventaja es que la guía fue muy simpática y que puedes ver el campo de concentración por tu cuenta, aunque se reflejan pocas mujeres y casi todo en alemán y como mucho inglés. Desventajas: - La guía nos dio el mapa del campo de concentración después de la visita al campo 🥴 - Cogieron a más pasajeros que querían la visita en español de los que cabían en el bus y una familia de 4 personas tuvo que ir en el otro bus (aunque dentro de lo malo se apañaron para traducirles en el otro bus). - En referencia a la excursión panorámica de Berlín, la guía explicó cosas de los monumentos de Berlín a la vuelta cuando ya no había luz y no se veía. A la ida habló sobre la ideología nazi y el campo de concentración. Nosotras compramos comida porque no sabíamos cuando se hacía la parada ni nada, pero se hace una parada en Potsdam y hay un montón de puestos navideños para comer. No nos arrepentimos de haberlo realizado, pero si tienen algunas cosas a mejorar, sobre todo el hechos de coger más reservas de las personas que caben en el bus...
  • marina Travelled as a couple
    11 · Dec · 2022
    Muy mal la ubicación de encuentro. Las guias muy amables. Poco tiempo para ver Postdam