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Potsdam / Germany

The Potsdam harbor is impressive. It is located very centrally in the city at the Langen bridge and here modern ships meet next to historic steamers. There is lively activity around the harbor. Thirteen palm trees line the harbor and the harbor restaurant serves delicious food. But of course it is also worthwhile to leave the port area in Potsdam. Heading west along the Breitenstraße you reach the famous park and Sanssouci Palace.

Not all magnificent buildings are to be listed. Worth mentioning is the Sanssouci Palace itself, the New Palais in the west of the park, and the Chinese teahouse. Let yourself drift and also discover the scenic beauties of the park. But there are also beautiful buildings in the city center. Nikolai Church and the Dutch quarter with gabled houses are extremely pretty. Not in vain is Potsdam also called the "Versailles of the North". There are also castles in the town center, including the Cecilienhof Palace, the Marble Palace and Babelsberg Palace. If you are interested in film here is also perfect here. There are guided tours through the Babelsberg Filmstudios and near the port is the Film Museum. Potsdam has some more to offer. Best discover the city by yourself and find out where you feel most comfortable.

Zielgebiete zum Hafen Potsdam / Germany

Cruising on the Elbe allows you to get to know the river and its century-old history which people have always found fascinating. History has left its architectural masterpieces for the crusaders to admire, but also for them to be enchanted by the unique river landscape. Whether wide meadows in Bohemia, steep gorges in the Elbe Sandstone Mountains or baroque gardens in Wörlitz: just about everything on this river cruise will delight you. Of course, Dresden, the stunning "Florence on the Elbe”, with its Semper Opera and Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady) is a destination that you absolutely have to visit on your Elbe river cruise. The magnificent attractions are just as charming as the vivid Old Town and the effervescent nightlife. Your cruise ship will also take you around Dresden to the beautiful Baroque buildings, such as the summer residence of the Elector Friedrich August III. of Saxony, Pillnitz mansion. In the beautiful countryside scenery of the Saxon Switzerland, you can experience the unique combination of a dreamy natural scenery and culture at its best, as they will work with you throughout your river cruise on the Elbe. Magnificent panoramic views embellish the walks through the Elbe landscape, the forests and mountains, the rock formations and the wide river. Your cruise on the Elbe also takes you to the medieval Prague with its famous castle, the Hradčany, (Prague Castle), the Charles Bridge and the interesting National Museum. And many more exciting places like the home of porcelain, Meissen; the Wittenberg and the elegant seaside resorts of the Baltic Sea await you at this river cruise on the Elbe and alternate with the breathtaking and diverse landscape. On board of your cruise ship you can relax and spoil yourself in between the extended shore leaves. You will take wonderful travel experiences home with you from your cruise on the Elbe, the “stream of destiny”.
Danube cruises provide an insight into culture and history When cruising on the Danube, you can discover a 3,000-year old history, which reflects in the waters of the Danube: emperors and kings have left their traces in magnificent residence cities and beautiful churches. Impressive monasteries decorate the shores of the Danube. Danube cruises carry out unspoiled regions such as the tortuous Danube valley, past untouched lowland forests and rugged rock formations, numerous wild species and flocks of migrating birds. The beautiful blue Danube is the second largest river in Europe. It originates in the Black Forest and flows to the vast and impressive Danube Delta into the Black Sea. Your cruise ship passes during Danube cruises great cities such as Vienna, Budapest, Belgrade and Bratislava.
Kreuzfahrten auf der Spree entführen Sie in ein großartiges Flussgebiet im Osten Deutschlands. Der beeindruckende Oberspreewald hinter Berlin, die Spree der tausend Sehenswürdigkeiten in Berlin oder die waldige, versteckte Spree als Tieflandfluss in der Lausitz sind die zahlreichen Gesichter dieses Flusses, die Sie bei einer Kreuzfahrt auf der Spree kennen lernen können. Der Oberspreewald bezaubert durch seine Mischung aus ursprünglicher Landschaft und elegantem Sommerflair, den schon im 19. Jahrhundert die Bewohner Berlins zu einer Landpartie lockten. Weite Wiesen und die verstreuten typischen Holzhäuser prägen das Bild der Spree-Landschaft und machen diesen Teil Ihrer Flusskreuzfahrt zu einem vergnüglichen Ausflug. Sowohl an Land als auch an Deck Ihres Kreuzfahrt-Schiffes können Sie die aufregende Atmosphäre der Gegend genießen. Meist führt Sie eine Fluss-Kreuzfahrt nach Berlin, wo Sie rund um die Spree-Insel die grandiosen Kulturschätze besichtigen können: Brandenburger Tor, Fernsehturm oder Kanzleramt liegen so nahe an der Spree, dass Sie vom Kreuzfahrt-Schiff aus zu sehen sind. Natürlich können Sie bei einem Landgang dieses unvergleichliche Reiseziel genauer erkunden, Checkpoint Charlie besichtigen, die fantastischen Museen durchstöbern oder „Unter den Linden“ oder auf dem Ku-Damm flanieren. Und schließlich sind auch der Müggelsee oder der Scharmützelsee ein tolles Urlaubsziel dieser Kreuzfahrten für Wassersport, Wellness oder zum Relaxen. Eine Spree-Kreuzfahrt ist eine wunderschöne und unvergessliche Reiseerinnerung voller Eleganz, Erholung und Erlebnis.

Route list to the port Potsdam / Germany

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Port of call: Potsdam


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