Berlin is perfect for day trips – great public transport links mean it’s easy to access the nearby Brandenburg and Saxony regions, with plenty of historical and scenic delights to discover. Check out Euroventure’s list of day trips from Berlin below for inspiration!
Potsdam is the most popular day trip from Berlin with visitors flocking to the largest UNESCO World Heritage site in Germany – the Sanssouci palaces and gardens. Other attractions include the Brandenburger Strasse shopping street, dutch quarter and Babelsberg castle.
35 mins by s-bahn (also possible by train) from Berlin Hbf.
A hub of classical music and history, as well as being a great place for a picnic on a sunny day…
Trains from Berlin Hbf running approximately every hour. Some trains require a change at Falkenberg. Tickets start from 18 Euros.
Famous for its gherkins but probably more so for the beautiful Spreewald UNESCO Biosphere reserve. You can hire a canoe or kayak and navigate your way through the 1300km of waterways or explore the 484sq miles by footpath. The original settlers to the region still remain, keeping their language, customs and clothing.
About 2 hours by 2 trains and a bus from Berlin to Spree.
The remaining buildings and ground of this former Nazi Concentration Camp are now open to the public as a museum.
45 mins from Berlin Hbf (by train or train and bus).
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