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Astonishing architectural spot created by an extraordinary mind of the Fredrick the Great. It is so rare that you see a king and leader with great taste of art such as Sanssouci Palace. My favourite place in Berlin!
Lots to discover and learn, but be prepared for some serious walking if you want to see it all - including Sans Souci, the gardens, and the New Palace. Exploring the grounds can take several hours.But it's definitely worth it.
The palace was amazing and worth the visit but the downside was the average friendliness of staff and after paying 21 euro each for a palace tour they then wanted us to pay to take a photo in one of the rooms. As I said...More
Even if you're only in Berlin for a few days, consider riding local transit (train or S7 with an ABC ticket) to visit this charming city barely an hour away. The palace and its grounds are charming and the market is fun. Bring your money...More
The palace is nice but small for the price being charged but still I would have paid for it it's worth visiting. We had a bit of a experience while purchasing the tickets there were too many options so we asked the cashier to explain...More
It has taken over 5 decades, but I finally made it to Sansoucci. The tour bus picked passengers up at the Hotel Westin Grand, and took them directly to palace with out the hassle of trains and taxis. German guide whisked us through palace with...More
Part of huge park this palace is worth seeing. Suggest hat and maybe umbrella as there is not a great deal of shade in mist if the park. Drink and food is available outside the palace near the bus stop.
The gardens are justly famous, but for us, it was the Palace itself that formed the basis of our visit to Potsdam. Built as a summer residence by Frederick, it was his favourite home and he died here and is buried in the grounds. The...More