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This makes an excellent easy afternoon trip. We did the audio tours of the new and old wings of the huge palace, both of which were very impressive in terms of scale and the audio tours let you wander around at your own pace. Going...More
Charlottenburg Palace is located in Charlottenburg quarter and is the largest palace in Berlin. It was built in the 17th century, was damaged during 2nd World War and was later reconstructed. The palace and its vast gardens are impressive and fun to walk around. During...More
This palace, as many other buildings, suffered heavily from the bombings. But the way it was renovated is amazing! Starting from an un-burnt piece of wallpaper they rediscovered the pattern and created the room again. I particularly liked the ceiling of the ball room, which...More
This is a short train and bus ride from Berlin city center and it is worth the ride. We went early in the morning on the way back from Platform 17 and there was no one there. We had the place to ourselves. Also, the...More
Went to see the Christmas market at the palace but the building itself stunned me.
Market was good but The Palace itself was stunning. if you visit Berlin go and see it
Did not visit the inside but will next time I go
The palace is wonderful. If you have the Berlin card you have a discount for 25%. In summer you can visit all the 6 (I think )places , but in winter are open to visit only 4 of them. Inside the palace is spectacular and...More
Breathe in Berlin’s royal past while walking through the gardens of beautiful Charlottenburg Palace, which lends its name to this well-heeled neighborhood. Here you'll find some of the oldest homes in the city: upper-class apartment buildings with ornate facades and marble-floored foyers line the cobblestone streets. Stroll by sophisticated restaurants, through little parks, or around Lake Lietzensee. Window shop
down Kurfürstendamm, the most renowned high-end shopping street in Berlin, where you can find all the big designer names. In the evening, visit one of the old theaters close by Zoo Station which were nightlife hot spots in the 1920s, or dine in one of the many international restaurants around Savignyplatz before heading to other parts of town for a night out.
Hi everyone, My friends and I are visiting Berlin for the first time in July this year, and hoping to see the best that Berlin has to offer. We have tentatively planned a 3 days itinerary listed below: Day 1 - we arrive in Berlin at around 8pm, only plan to have a quick dinner then head to Tresor Day 2 Fat Tire Bike Tour to see all the major sights including: Checkpoint Charlie Brandenburg gate Berlin Wall Hilter's Bunker Watchtower Luftwaffe Ministry Victory Column Soviet...More
Hello there, My girlfriend and I are going on a dinner&concert at Charlottenburg Palace on New Years. Is there a dress code? We were thinking a smart casual outfit, does that sound ok?
December 14, 2017|
Germany is really not that big on dress codes. Smart Casual should be just fine.
4 days in Berlin - itinerary help please (5 Replies)
Hello TripaAdvisor community, I'll be visiting Berlin next week and have spent some time coming up with an itinerary. Would love some feedback and any recommendations on places I may have missed. Also we love trying local food (currywurst is already on the to-do list) so I'd really appreciate some suggestions for good, traditional (not too expensive) places to eat around Mitte. Sat 14 Jun Reichstag building (already booked) Free walking tour (already booked) Gendarmenmarkt Unter...More
June 05, 2014|
Looks already pretty good, I'd say. What do you intend to see or do in Grunewald forest, the Gleis 17 memorial at the station? Wouldn't it be better and easier to visit Kurfuerstendamm and Tauentzienstrasse with the KaDeWe department store in former West Berlin instead, if you already are in Tiergarten and Charlottenburg? I don't think Tuesday is packed. You'll need some time for the Topography of Terror and the Jewish Museum, but East Side Gallery, the river and Oberbaumbridge won't...More