Discover the "Versailles of Germany," former residence of the kings of Prussia, where you'll see UNESCO World Heritage-listed parks, museums and the celebrated palace of Sanssouci. Potsdam's fairy-tale landscapes are the result of hundreds of years of human endeavor. See the lakeside Marble Palace with its Greek temple ruins and the dreamlike castle of Babelsberg.
Enter Cecilenhof Palace, where Truman, Stalin and Churchill concluded the Potsdam Agreement, sealing the fate of Germany and Europe and ushering in the Cold War. Ride between West Berlin and East Germany over the Glienicke, find out where the KGB Prison was in the so-called Forbidden Town, and see the former Stasi Prison.
Studio Babelsberg built in 1911 is the oldest large-scale film studio in the world, and now features a film theme park.