Potsdam World Heritage owns about 500 acres of parks and huge fantastic 150 buildings, whose formation extends from 1730 to 1916. The total investment of the Parks of Potsdam - Sanssouci Park, New Garden, Babelsberg Park - is a cultural asset of exceptional quality. 1990 explained why UNESCO, Palaces and Parks of Potsdam, officially as World Heritage. Potsdam / Bornstedt - so our location, bordered to the north directly to the Sanssouci Park, close to the Bornstedter church and thus only 400m from the Sanssouci Palace and 200m from the Orangerie castle. The Belvedere, the Dragon House, the Ruinenberg are just a stone's throw away and the Bornstedt is located right on.

How to find your way

Potsdam is located to the southwest of Berlin.  There are two airports, a well maintained highway, and various regional as well as long-distance trains which can transport you to Potsdam.

rriving by Plane -  Berlin Tegel und Schönefeld

Taxi ride from either Berlin airport to Potsdam costs about  ca. 50 Euro.


  1. from Airport Tegel (TXL)
    Bus line X9 and 109 -  all 10 minutes to "Bahnhof Charlottenburg" and then to "Potsdam Hauptbahnhof" with S-Bahn
  2. from Airport Schönefeld (SXF) or (BER)
    Train (RB) all one ouers to  "Potsdam Hauptbahnhof"

Public transport from "Potsdam Hauptbahnhof "

  1. TRAM 92 to last station "Kirschallee" then 7 min walk to church Richtung church Bornstedt / Ribbeckstraße 41
  2. BUS 614 (Potsdam-Ketzin-Gutenpaaren) or 612 (Neu Töplitz) to station "Ribbeckstraße" or
    BUS 695 (Potsdam Hauptbahnhof - Bahnhof Pirschheide) station "Sanssouci" or "Orangerie" then- 5 min walk

Walk way info
TRAM Linie 92 station "Kirschallee": http://binged.it/OpTcEK
BUS Linie 695 station "Orangerie": http://binged.it/OdoPps

Car | Bike

B 273 aus der Innenstadt kommend in Richtung Bornim Abb. 1  B 273 in Richtung Innenstadt Abb. 2