Glienicke Bridge - worth seeing for everyone, not just spy fans.

The Glienicke Bridge crosses the Havel. Nowhere else do the German capital Berlin and the Brandenburg state capital Potsdam meet more closely. The building was erected in 1907 and during the Cold War it became known worldwide as the "Spy Bridge". The world powers USA and Soviet Union exchanged their spies over this bridge.

Stroll across the bridge to the Berlin side and enjoy an attractive view of the Havel landscape and Glienicke Park, where Glienicke Palace is located.

Glienicke Bridge: Sights and highlights in the surrounding area.

Further down on this page you can also find out about sightseeing highlights and interesting discoveries in the immediate vicinity of Glienicke Bridge.
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Glienicke Palace is located on the Berlin side, just a few metres from the banks of the Havel. The classicist villa with Mediterranean charm bears the signature of the famous architect Schinkel. It served Prince Carl of Prussia as a summer palace. Today it is used as a museum. The west wing is also home to the Court Gardeners' Museum, which is unique in Europe.
Schloss Glienicke is home to the Remise restaurant, a restaurant for discerning diners. It has 100 seats inside and two large terraces. There is also a wine shop in the building ensemble, which offers rare wines or inexpensive quality wines - naturally also for sale outside the home.

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