Hotel Am Luisenplatz

Address: Luisenplatz 5, Potsdam, Brandenburg, 14471, Germany | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Luisenplatz 5, Potsdam, is near Cecilienhof, Babelsberg Film Studios, Kaiser Tour, and Neuer Garten.
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Travel Blogs from Potsdam

Potsdam Conference and Wannsee Protocol

A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 11, 2014

15 photos

... in Victoria’ day and barely survived the war.)

The euphemism used in the official Peace Plan announcement of the meeting was to "discuss the post-war reorganization."

With the exception of Stalin the players were a pick-up team with no experience in high stakes, hard ball international negotiations. Roosevelt had just died, his vice president Harry Truman was the U.S. representative.

And in one of ...

Two wonderful days in Potsdam with good friends

A travel blog entry by robertsingleton on Jul 09, 2014

2 comments, 17 photos

... the afternoon by biking to the pedestrian-only shopping district in the center if the city (common in Europe) where Rachel and Hannah bought Birkenstocks and Julien bought us our own copy of the Bohnanza card game.  That evening we held a BBQ in their garden, complete with 4 different kinds of  bratwurst!  We then retired to their flat for a game of Bohnanza, which only lasted a moment because we were all so tired from cycling and inventing mice-chicken ...

Berlin Day Two - Historical Sights of the City

A travel blog entry by lafite on Apr 06, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... Jeremy to finish. After, we walked across the road from the checkpoint to a free open air museum which has a few information boards dedicated to the Berlin Wall and checkpoint Charlie. I've taken some photographs of it so you can see how the check point was back in the 1960s. This was far better than the museum as it was on topic. Afterwards we walked down to the site of the old nazi government headquarters. The building was blown up at the end of the war, so no longer ...

The Palaces of Potsdam

A travel blog entry by ozvere on Sep 18, 2013

3 comments, 9 photos

... Was well used in the Nazi era).

Anyway we crossed the Glienicke Bridge which connected the old East Germany to West Berlin. It was where the CIA and KGB used to do their spy swaps.

The Cecilienhof Palace (which was where Stalin, Churchill and Truman carved up Europe/Germany in July/August 1945 resulting in the Potsdam Declaration). In the event, we did not exactly see it as we went to the wrong ...

The history filled city of Berlin.

A travel blog entry by laurenmcwilliam on Aug 05, 2013

... nice. Pretty much all of them had hidden meanings though, mainly about the suppression from the wall and the war. We went back to the hostel, ate the food that we bought in the town then before I knew it I had crashed out. Everyone else but the four 17 year olds had gone out on the pub crawl by the time I woke up. So I got ready and then waited till the others were ready and we all walked across the road to where the pub crawls last stop was. We waited and watched ...