This day trip takes you from Berlin to the city of Potsdam and to Wittenberg which used to be the residence of Luther. In Potsdam, you will visit with us the beautiful park and castle grounds. Among other things, we walk through the park of Sanssouci Palace and visit the Dutch Quarter. After another drive we will arrive at Wittenberg. First, you will have a lunch break in the beautiful old town. Afterward we will take you on a 2-hour guided tour of Wittenberg starting at the church, where Luther posted his famous theses on its doors and ending at former homer of Luther, which is a museum today.
- Private tour
- Tour by coach or minivan
- Guided tour of the park of Sanssouci Palace
- Guide tour of Wittenberg to Luthers former home
Date and time:
At your hotel or any other location in Berlin
English, German, other languages upon request
Prices (incl. all taxes):
1 – 6 travelers in a minivan € 950 per group
7 travelers and more: please request offer
Offer and booking:
Book the tour online using the yellow “Book now” button on this page. For questions or to receive an individual offer with price and tour suggestion use the contact form on this page or simply call us at +49-30-220 11 88 89 (Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. local time).
The tour can be customized according to your individual needs and your preferred meeting and ending point.
For up to 7 travelers the tour is in minivan with driver and guide. For larger groups modern coaches are used.
On this day trip you will experience two equally impressive as well as different cities: Potsdam is famous for its castle Sanssouci, which was built by the most famous of all Prussian kings – Frederick the Great. Our stay in Potsdam includes a walk through the beautiful parks to the castle and a visit to the Dutch quarter in the old town of Potsdam. Wittenberg is famous for Martin Luther, who founded the Reformation by posting his theses on the doors of the church, and this way introducing a new historical epoch of European history. In a guided tour of the Old Town between the church and Luther’s house, you will learn about Luther’s life and work on authentic locations.
See, among other things:
- Glienicker Bridge – Bridge of the Spies in the Cold War
- Sanssouci Palace – residence of Frederick the Great
- Cecilienhof Castle – site of the peace conference after the Second World War
- Dutch Quarter – a piece of Holland in the middle of Germany
- Schlosskirche Wittenberg – the church where the Reformation started
- Luther House – former residence of Luther and today a museum
- Old Town Hall – with market square – the center of Wittenberg
With your guide you will visit the park of Sanssouci with its famous vineyard and the tomb of Frederick the Great. If you wish to visit the castle inside, this is possible with audio guides. Tickets can be purchased by us in advance to ensure a time window for your visit.
The former home of Martin Luther houses today the largest museum of the history of the Reformation in the world. The permanent exhibition describes Luther’s life and work, and personal objects are also shown by him. The Luther House can be visited after the tour of the Old Town.