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Experience the most beautiful view of Potsdam on the Pfingstberg, at a heigt over 100 meters, set amidst Prussian architecture and landscape gardening. The ensemble comprised of the Belvedere Palace, the Temple of Pomona and the park grounds belong...more
Excellent find! Easy to access from Potsdam either by bus or tram. Bit of a steep incline to walk to, so bare in mind if waking difficulties. With this in mind, definitely worth the walk and visit! Amazing castle and good price at only €4.50...More
A very nice spot to get an overview of Potsdam and the landscape around it.
Especially in the summer nights interesting events take place there. Music at sunset, a wonderful view over the city and over the Havel river landscape
Date of experience: September 2017
BelvederePfingstberg, Leiter Öffentlichkeitsarbeit at Belvedere Pfingstberg, responded to this reviewResponded April 15, 2018
Thank you for taking the time to evaluate our very special castle. We always try to offer a great variety of cultural events to complement the experience for our guests.
We hope to welcome you again soon.
Your Team of Belvedere Pfingstberg
This hidden place is not very well known to foreign travelers. They are guided to the average places like Sanssouci and so on. But this spot offers you an orientating overview on all interesting spots of Prussian architectual history (when the wether is clear) and...More
What a spectacular location to build a retreat. A bit of a hike to get there as the area is very up and down, I would not recommend this area for elderly people or wheelchairs purely because of the hills.
For the fit highly recommended...the...More
It's not another viewing platform, this places offers not only the best view on the rooftops of Potsdam but has a bit of Roman / Italian vibe to it.
It stole my heart - starting with the main courtyard, ending on the upper floor. Shadow...More
Because the lonely planet said it's free, we couldn't get in because we didn't bring money and it's NOT FREE! But we walked all around and it's an amazing and beautiful building. The private villa next door is a fantastic sight too. Makes one jealous...More
The entrance fee was in my view a little exorbitant, I wasn't that desperate to see more about the history of a smaller building.
But the views from the grounds are spectacular, and you can see that the views from the top of the palace...More
Response from BelvederePfingstberg | Property representative |
Dear Ben R., the best way to get to the Belvedere is to take the Tram 92 or 96 from the mainstation to "Puschkinallee". Another way is the Bus 638 to "Am Pfingstberg". It takes 15 minutes from the mainstation. Unfortunately... More
Dear Ben R., the best way to get to the Belvedere is to take the Tram 92 or 96 from the mainstation to "Puschkinallee". Another way is the Bus 638 to "Am Pfingstberg". It takes 15 minutes from the mainstation. Unfortunately, the buildings on the Pfingstberg cannot stay open year-round; the opening hours have been adapted to seasonal conditions. The Opening Hours at the Belvedere:
April – October daily 10 am – 6 pm
March and November only Sat. and Sun. 10 am – 4 pm