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 Interesting sites in Berlin's neighbourhood


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Tropical Island
The biggest tropical amusement park in Europe is located only 60 km south of Berlin. Tropical Islands is a huge complex of water attractions (pools, slides, jaccuzi, saunas and more) including Spa, restaurants, bars. Entering to this Holiday World you will meet with giant indoor rainforest with exotic trees, small buildings, islets, bays, sandy beaches and lagoons. Besides these fantastic places there are also special areas of Mini-Golf, Island Ballooning, Tropical Village. For the youngest, the Tropical Island offers Mini Cars, Bumper Boats, Power Paddler. This huge hall covers the area of 66.000 m² (approx. 6 stadions). The temperature is 26°C during a whole year. The overnight stay in the tropics as well as evening shows will make your stay an unforgettable experience.
Autostadt Wolfsburg
The unique place of the town of cars called Autostadt is located only 1 hour drive from Berlin in Wolfsburg. The mixture of architecture and design, art and innovaion attracts car lovers as well as whole families. This museum covers the area of 25 ha. Artificially created landscape of hills and lakes makes this place very attractive and it is a fantastic background for various displays. Visiting the Autostadt you will discover the world of mobility – its history, new technologies, the classic cars next to the newest world-class brand cars. In various pavilons dedicated to one brand you will experience the philosophy of each of these brand cars Volkswagen, Audi , SEAT, Škoda, Lamborghini and the Porsche. There are organised various events like the Autostadt’s Movimentos Festival Weeks. On the All-terrain track visitors can explore the whole area of the Autostadt by car or during a walk.
Potsdam is the capital of the Province of Brandemburg which is one of the most popular tourist destinations after Berlin. The most interesting monuments of Potsdam are from the 18th and 19th centuries wheb the town was under the Prussian crown. That's here are the most important historical monuments such as the Glienicker bridge completed in 1907 and connecting the cities of Potsdam and Berlin, the Dutch Quarters from the 18th century with 134 red brick houses, the Sanssouci Palace – the wonderful baroque residence surrounded by the incredible park and gardens and Cecilienhof – famous for having been the place of the Potsdam Conference (1945).

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