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Surrounding area

This exceptional location offers many interesting sights

Period villas and picturesque lakeside scenery.  Our guest house is situated in the southwest of Berlin in the district of Steglitz-Zehlendorf. The surrounding area offers far more than forests and water: Here you’ll find art, architecture and contemporary history around every corner.
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Excursion tip

Wannsee bathing beach

Pack your swimwear: The traditional Berlin “bathing spot” can be found on the eastern banks of lake Großer Wannsee, only 2.5 km from the Blumenfisch guest house.

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Excursion tip

Wannsee bathing beach

Pack your swimwear: The traditional Berlin “bathing spot” can be found on the eastern banks of lake Großer Wannsee, only 2.5 km from the Blumenfisch guest house.

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Excursion tip

Glienicker Bridge

The Cold War and the Fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989: The Glienicker Bridge not only connects the cities of Berlin and Potsdam, but is also one of the most renowned monuments of the Cold War.

End of Königstraße, 14109 Berlin

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Excursion tip

Glienicker Bridge

The Cold War and the Fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989: The Glienicker Bridge not only connects the cities of Berlin and Potsdam, but is also one of the most renowned monuments of the Cold War.

End of Königstraße, 14109 Berlin

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Exhibitions

House of the Wannsee Conference

The exhibitions of this memorial and education centre remind us of a terrible event: This is where the Nazi leadership planned the deportation and murder of European Jews in January 1942.

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Exhibitions

House of the Wannsee Conference

The exhibitions of this memorial and education centre remind us of a terrible event: This is where the Nazi leadership planned the deportation and murder of European Jews in January 1942.

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Exhibitions

Peacock Island

Old oak trees, rose gardens and a white palace: a small paradise of landscape design that stays true to its Prussian heritage. Free-roaming peacocks!

Arrival by ferry (every 15 minutes) from Pfaueninsel dock.

Travel info



Exhibitions

Peacock Island

Old oak trees, rose gardens and a white palace: a small paradise of landscape design that stays true to its Prussian heritage. Free-roaming peacocks!

Arrival by ferry (every 15 minutes) from Pfaueninsel dock.

Travel info


Readings

Literarisches Colloquium Berlin

Writer’s forum with national significance, where prestigious readings take place.

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Readings

Literarisches Colloquium Berlin

Writer’s forum with national significance, where prestigious readings take place.

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Other excursions

Discover the southwest of Berlin or take a tour of Potsdam & the surrounding area.

 
 

The Potsdam parkland

Practically around the corner: the splendid Prussian palaces and gardens. The collection, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, includes Schloss Sanssouci, Cecilienhof, Neue Garten and many more.

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Berlin Secession Art Gallery

The villa, built by architect Paul Baumgarten for AEG Director and politician Johann Hamspohn.

Villa Hamspohn, Am Großen Wannsee 40, 14109 Berlin

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Heinrich von Kleist’s grave

The site close to lake Kleiner Wannsee where poet Heinrich von Kleist and Henriette Vogel willingly took their own lives in 1811.

Bismarckstraße Nr. 2/4, 14109 Berlin, S 1, S 7 Wannsee

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Albert Einstein Science Park

The “Einstein Tower”, the solar observatory of the Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam, was built from 1921-24 by architect Erich Mendelsohn. It serves as a research institution and is a scientific and technical monument of modern physics.

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Grunewald Tower

Observation tower with a view of the river Havel. The red-brick tower was built in 1899 and has a 36 metre high platform.

Havelchaussee, 14193 Berlin

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Liebermann Villa at lake Wannsee

The restored summer house displays works by Berlin painter Max Liebermann as well as temporary exhibitions. The Liebermann Garden has also been reconstructed.

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