View from the tower of the Pfingstberg-Belvedere

A crown on top of the city


The Belvedere on the Pfingstberg offers undisputably the most beautiful view onto the city and the surrounding region of the river Havel. Our route finds an amazing end on one of the two towers.


Tiles of the Moorish Chamber of the Belvedere

We may wander from the city center through the famous Dutch quarter and the Colony Alexandrowka, a village in Russian style, and ascend the Pentecost Hill.


Or would you like to discover the New Garden, where the Marble Palace stands for the beginning of neo-classicism in Prussia? Also Cecilienhof is located in this park, where the Allied forces discussed the future of Germany in 1945. From there we move on through the “Forbidden City” of the Russian secret service and finally get to see that awesome view from the Belvedere on the hill.



Duration: about 3 h (including the ascension onto the towers of the Belvedere)





the colons of the Belvedere