In Potsdam, begin by visiting the extraordinary Neues Palais (New Palace), a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Once the summer home of Frederick the Great, Sanssouci Palace will overwhelm you in its grandeur. Explore two restaurants in the Dutch Quarter: Lutter and Wegner and Nocti Vagus, the later of which is a unique dining experience where you dine blindfolded. As Rudy suggests, some historical sites are better experienced at night, such as the Bebelplatz Memorial, where you can ponder a serious moment in history.
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Join host Jeff Wilson and PBS award-winning photographers as they embark on a Swiss Alps train adventure. The wonders of the Alps exhilarate travelers as they travel through stunning scenic routes such as the iconic Matterhorn, a 14,600-foot peak that overlooks the charming town of Zermatt, Switzerland.Watch Now >>
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