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Potsdam Let us take you only 25 km from the centre of Berlin to Potsdam – former residence of the Prussian Kings. We will show you the largest and probably most popular World Heritage Site in Germany – the magnificent Sanssouci Palace and... more Sachsenhausen concentration camp German SS established Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp before World War 2, in 1936 near Oranienburg only 36 km north from Berlin. It was a major concentration camp for the Berlin area and at the beginning mainly political prisoners were... more Dresden Dresden is considered to be one of most beautiful cities in Germany and is definitely perfect destination for a one day excursion from Berlin. It has been a cultural, educational and important economical centre and is often called "The... more Auschwitz & Krakow We are the only travel agency in Berlin which has this tour in the regular offer. We are ready to organize a private 2 days tour to Auschwitz and Krakow seven days a week all year round (except a few days in the year when Museum in... more Prague Czech Republic is situated in the centre of Europe and bordered by Germany to the west. We would like to take you for a trip to the capital of the country - Prague, the Golden City with extraordinary monuments and exceptional atmosphere.... more Wroclaw (Poland) We would like to show you one of the most interesting cities in Poland - Wroclaw. Wroclaw can be easily visited during one day tour from Berlin and this is what we offer you. After approx 4 hours drive from Berlin we will arrive in... more Hamburg Tour The Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg – the second largest city in Germany – is a significant tourist destination for domestic as well as for foreign visitors. It has the second largest port in Europe after the port of Rotterdam,... more Leipzig Tour Leipzig's history dates back to at least A.D. 1015 when first mentioned by Bishop Thietmar of Merseburg. In medieval times it was a very important trade centre as it was situated at the intersection of two important medieval trade... more