The hotel has 20 underground parking spaces and 22 outdoor parking spaces. The fee is 14 EUR per day and parking space.
The Seminaris Avendi Hotel Potsdam is only 2 stops away from Potsdam’s main train station by the Berlin S-Bahn. From the S-Griebnitzsee stop it is another 100 meters on foot.
Seminaris Avendi Hotel Potsdam
The Deutsche Bahn event ticket offers participants in your meeting, workshop or conference the opportunity to travel by train at a fixed price throughout Germany. Simple, comfortable, safe and climate-friendly.
At our 2 charging stations you can refuel your e-vehicle quickly and cleanly.
Rent one of our e-bikes and explore Potsdam. The motor gives you power for relaxed bike tours in the region!
There is a lot to explore around the Seminaris Avendi Hotel Potsdam: Discover history, nature and other sights in the region!
The Church of the Savior was built in 1844, it was built in the Italian style and therefore bears a bell tower designed by Frederick William IV. It juts into the river on a promontory and is located near the small Sacrow Castle.
“Grasping science” is the claim of this museum, where you are not only allowed to touch things, but are explicitly supposed to – in order to experience natural sciences up close and understand them in depth.
Babelsberg Palace is located in the north of Park Babelsberg. Emperor Wilhelm I, when he was still called Prince Wilhelm, had his summer residence there. It was built according to designs by architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel and is a magnificent building with much to discover.
Park Babelsberg in the northeast of Potsdam is a sprawling 124-hectare park bordering the Deep Lake of the Havel and Lake Glienicke. Internationally famous for the architecture of Peter Joseph Lenné’s garden, the park is a Unesco World Heritage Site.
At around 50 by 40 meters, you’ll find one of the best-preserved baroque squares in Europe in Potsdam’s city center: the Neuer Markt is quiet and somewhat secluded. Nevertheless, you should not miss it!
In the early 20th century, people flocked to Klein Glienicke for bathing and excursions. Before 1989, it was considered the “appendix of the GDR” because the district was a “special security zone” of the Republic. The Schweizerhäuser and other parts of Klein Glienicke are on the list of protected Unesco World Heritage Sites.
Friedrich der Große is said to have once demanded that this mill be torn down – because it rattled too loudly for him. The miller stood firm and threatened to go to court. That’s when Frederick is said to have given up. Today, the mill houses an exhibition on its history and grain processing. The store sells bread baked with its flour.
In the New Garden of Potsdam stands this tower pavilion, which is enclosed by a four-sided arcade. You won’t find a library here anymore, but it offers a great view over the Holy Lake.
Theodor Fontane described this region a lot in his texts. You can hike or bike in his footsteps on the designated hiking and biking routes of the Fontane Hiking Trail. It leads through the Mark Brandenburg.
This 90-minute tour takes you along Babelsberg Park with its palace, you see the Flatow Tower and the Court Ladies’ House, pass under the Glienicke Bridge and onto Lake Jungfernsee. Finally, the ship sets course for the Sacrower Saviour’s Church and does not omit the castle of the Peacock Island as well as the New Garden.
The Potsdam Botanical Garden was established in 1950 on the northern edge of Park Sanssouci. The 5-hectare site with greenhouses and open-air areas is unique. Almost 9,000 plant species are kept in culture here, and students and researchers at the University of Potsdam use it as an educational and research facility.
Film history from Babelsberg and around the world is presented by the Potsdam Film Museum. It is housed in the former riding horse stables of the Prussian kings and shows changing themes in addition to a permanent exhibition. Several screenings are shown daily in the museum’s own cinema.
We are happy to answer all your questions! You want to book a room – or 30? You want to organize a workshop and rent a meeting room? You want to get to know New Work methods – or use them even more efficiently and implement them with your team? You want to do activities in the city and in nature? We are here for you, ready to advise you and help you find the best offer for you.
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