Hotel Am Luisenplatz

Luisenplatz 5, Potsdam, Brandenburg, 14471, Germany | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Luisenplatz 5, Potsdam, is near Cecilienhof, Babelsberg Film Studios, Kaiser Tour, and Charlottenhof Castle.
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    Two wonderful days in Potsdam with good friends

    A travel blog entry by robertsingleton on Jul 09, 2014

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... way down the cobbled streets and sidewalks to their favorite swimming spot on a lake in Sanssouci Park called the Wannsee. Swimming in the lake with their kids opposite a Rennaissance-era library and a 18th-century palace in the pouring rain, high on top-quality chocolate will be another highlight of the trip.  We we returned to their top-floor flat for cleanup and the dryer. Walking a few yards to a local neighborhood restaurant, we spent the evening dining on ...

    All About Berlin,Germany

    A travel blog entry by dainabrown on Jul 03, 2013

    3 photos

    Berlin have a population of 3.5million people. Germany is the largest city and the second most popular city proper and the ninth most populous urban area in the European Union. Berlin Germany is a world city of culture,politics,median, and science. Its economy is primarily based ...

    Palace and Park Splendour

    A travel blog entry by abi.latham on Jun 28, 2013

    24 photos

    ... there is and learn about the history.

    We had decided not to go inside the Sanssouci Palace as it is modelled on Versaille and we will be going inside the later, however we had heard that the Neues Palace was very interesting inside and when we saw it we thought - what the heck why not?

    It was built by on of the Wilhelms as he didn't really like his uncle who he had succeeded and wanted something with his own stamp on so to speak. He was very fond of ...

    Day 15: sachenaussen concentration camp

    A travel blog entry by sarah_rossie on Jun 25, 2013

    ... the time. Such an interesting man and great to listen to. The real deal! It was funny because he was saying how the trains never run late and if they are more than 3 min late they are quite grieved. And when it came he said right, now use plenty of violence and aggression and we'll all get on! We then changed trains to a big one for about 30min out to the town. We finally got there and then had to get a bus to the concentration camp. The bus was packed and ...

    The Disappearing Train

    A travel blog entry by andrewclifton on Oct 05, 2012

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    ... where called to a counter

  • The male employee told us all other trains to Frankfurt for the day had already been oversold due to our train being cancelled
  • His advice was we could get a refund on our tickets and make a new booking on another day.

    When we explained we needed to be in Frankfurt TODAY to catch our flight home he nodded and repeated his earlier words of wisdom that there were no more available trains to Frankfurt that ...