Palaces

Palaces

Dreamy summer palaces that recount the past. Enchanting vast parkways with astonishing panoramic views. The Prussian Arcadia is a real life dream of eternal spring as well as a paradise composed of bright colours and serene architecture. The palaces and gardens found here are testimonies of a onetime history of art and culture and belong to UNESCO’s list of world heritage sites.

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Schloss Doberlug
06/07/2014 - 11/02/2014
Preußen und Sachsen. Szenen einer Nachbarschaft [Prussia and Saxony: Scenes of Two Neighbors]: The exhibit’s title says it all. Outstanding works of art, original...
The views of the Havel river are breathtaking. The water glitters in the sun, steamers chug by and, in the distance, there's Glienicke Bridge. It must have looked pretty...
Since the beginning of 1994, the Bellevue Palace in Berlin has been the official residence of the Federal President. Located in the midst of the Tiergarten, right on the...
A journey back in time through Berlin's cultural history: the walls are covered in wallpaper with flowery patterns and animal motifs; portraits of former residents are...
Berlins oldest remaining palace. In 1542 Prince-Elector Joachim II commissioned a Renaissance palace to be built on the banks of Lake Grunewald. Remodelled in a Baroque...
The Neues Palais (New Palace) is the last Potsdam palace that Frederick the Great had built in his park grounds. The palace comprises opulent main reception rooms,...
"An image from my childhood springs to mind like a fairytale: a palace, peacocks sitting up on a high branch or fanning out their tails, fountains, shady lawns, winding...
The Premium Day Ticket lets you visit as many of the wonderful Prussian palaces and gardens in Potsdam, Berlin and Brandenburg as you want - and also includes admission...
A crown is just a hat that lets the rain in. These words spoken by Frederick the Great demonstrate modesty. It was without any pomp and circumstance, yet with discipline...

Located directly on the water, this romantic, relaxed and comfortable restaurant is decorated with wooden furniture, old lamps and ornate picture frames. Simply put, Freischwimmer is a cool location in Kreuzberg’s Flutgraben area. The restaurant is in a very old building that was once used for renting and repairing boats. The entrance is directly next to Berlin’s oldest gas station. You can sit outdoors during the summer and indoors during the winter.