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. We are happy to help with your route planning.
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.
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
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.
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.
Discover the southwest of Berlin or take a tour of Potsdam and the surrounding area.
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.
The villa, built by architect Paul Baumgarten for AEG Director and politician Johann Hamspohn, today houses the “Berlin Secession Art Gallery – House of Encounter”.
Villa Hamspohn, Am Großen Wannsee 40, 14109 Berlin
Unimposing yet steeped in significance: 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
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.
Observation tower with a view of the river Havel, north of lake Großer Wannsee. The red-brick tower was built in 1899 and has a 36 metre high platform.
Havelchaussee, 14193 Berlin
The restored summer house displays works by Berlin painter Max Liebermann as well as temporary exhibitions. The Liebermann Garden has also been reconstructed.