2 bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen, living room
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Well appointed, lovely host, convenient
The unit is clean, attractive, private and very well outfitted with everything you need for an extremely comfortable stay. Katja is a warm, attentive and generous host. The location is conveniently located near trains and buses, making getting around a pleasure. I’ll definitely stay here again next year.
Absolut entgegenkommende und sehr freundliche Abwicklung durch Frau Goericke bei Ankunft und Abreise.
Die mit sehr viel Geschmack eingerichtete Ferienwohnung hat alles, was man für einen perfekten Urlaub braucht.
Die Lage der Wohnung ist vollkommen. Sehr ruhig gelegen. Alle Geschäfte sind genauso fußläufig schnell zu erreichen wie die Haltestellen des ÖPNV, bzw. der Deutschen Bahn.
Die Ferienwohnung ist mehr als empfehlenswert!
Erneut eine entspannte Zeit in der FeWo Villa Lortzing
Großzügige, ruhige und komfortabele Wohnung.
Sehr gut ausgestattet, geschmackvoll eingerichtet und in angenehmer Wohnlage mit guter Anbindung an den öff. Nahverkehr. Unkomplizierte und sehr freundliche Abwicklung bei Ankunft und Abreise. Absolut empfehlenswert!
Es hat uns sehr gut gefallen. Wir haben uns wohlgefühlt
Schöne Ferienwohnung, perfekt ausgestattet, in ruhiger Wohnstraße
Wir waren zu dritt für eine Woche in dieser schönen Wohnung mit seiner sehr ruhigen und auch sehr grünen Umgebung. Nach unserem Potsdam-Besichtigungsprogramm haben wir hier uns wunderbar erholen können.
Über Potsdam wurde an dieser Stelle schon viel Gutes berichtet, wir können das alles bestätigen. Möge Potsdam sich seine Parkanlagen mit seinen wundervollen Bäumen und mit dem vielen Grün an den Straßen und in den Gärten erhalten.
Insgesamt bleibt uns von dieser Woche ein positiver Eindruck im Gedächtnis, nicht zuletzt wegen der sehr freundlichen und hilfsbereiten Vermieterin. Wir können die Wohnung uneingeschränkt weiterempfehlen und würden jederzeit gerne wiederkommen.
The capital of Brandenburg Potsdam is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities. She is best known for the many Prussian castles and palaces which characterize the current appearance of the city. Residents and visitors of Potsdam can use the dreamlike castles imagine the magnificent life of bygone kings today.
17 impressive castles, palaces and magnificent buildings adorn the city's image. The greatest of them is by far the New Palace. It is located next to the Schloss Sanssouci, Charlottenhof Palace and the Orangery also on the park Sanssouci. With its 200 rooms, four function rooms and a Rokokotheater the New Palace in 1769 planned by Frederick the Great as the last castle in his reign and completed. Originally a sumptuous guest house for Frederick II. intended guests made it Kaiser Wilhelm II. 1888-1918 to his summer residence.
Other famous castles in Potsdam are among others in the park Babelsberg, in and around the new garden or directly in the city center. Large parts of these castles-cultural landscape were in 1990 declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Among the best known and probably the most popular destinations of the city is the Sanssouci Palace. It is not only required, since the remains of the Old Fritz are in the vault at the top vineyard terrace, but also because it was the favorite residence of the king. For many it is considered the Prussian Versailles. No other palace is so closely linked to the personality of the Prussian king, Frederick the Great, connected as this summer pleasure circuit. In 1747 he left the castle, which translates as "without concerns" means make for his own sketches to own a summer home for a carefree life. Even today, there are the original decorations, and ornaments and paintings in the rooms of the castle. With just 12 rooms, it has a population of relatively although rather small castles, but is very precious and lovingly furnished, so that even quickly recognize the great importance of the castle for the former king a layman.
The churches in Potsdam with their different architectural styles characterize the current profile of the city. Besides Roman-influenced architecture you will also find Italian, French, Russian or even Bohemian architecture. The temples were built for settlers from various parts of Europe and bring the Prussian tolerance former kings expressed.
Particularly peaceful and idyllic are the Church of Peace at the entrance to Sanssouci Park, which is reminiscent of a medieval monastery in the Italian style or even the Heilandskirche Sacrow on Jungfernsee. The Pentecostal church between Pfingstberg and the New Garden is situated on a picturesque retreat.
Right in the heart of the city is located in the Old Market, opposite the parliament building, the St. Nikolai Church. It was built from 1837 to 1850 according to plans by Karl Friedrich Schinkel. Your huge dome, which is geared to the cathedrals in Rome, London and Paris, is already clearly visible from afar from all directions. As main Protestant church in the state capital it attracts about 140 000 tourists in its halls and on its domed roof. Inside the church scheduled worships, church music performances, lectures and exhibitions.
Following the model of the Roman Pantheon, the French church was built after 1752/53 the architect von Knobelsdorff. The builder is already known for many of its buildings, which he headed the Great commissioned by Friedrich. The Protestant church is today Bassinplatz, not far from the Dutch Quarter. The French church is since the destruction of the city in World War II as one of the oldest churches in the historic district of Potsdam.
Of particular interest is also the Russian Orthodox Memorial Church of St. Alexander Nevsky. It is located in the north of Potsdam on the Chapel Hill not far from the colony's. By order of King Friedrich Wilhelm III. was it designed in the old Russian style and is considered proof of friendship between the former Prussia and Russia. The Alexander Nevski Memorial Church is just like the settlement part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Galleries, studios and art clubs offer a wide range of exhibitions and projects on contemporary art and invite both visitors to the city and a Potsdam to embark on the adventure of contemporary art. This part of the cultural life makes the city particularly lively and builds again bridges between the past and the present time.
Source Text: www. Potsdam tourism. de