The former capital of Brandenburg-Prussia, Berlin boasts royal residences of many different ages - each capable of fascinating visitors in its own unique way.
After the destruction of the second world war Charlottenburg serves as the best example of the courtly life of the period as well as of the artistic tastes of the Hohenzollern family.
Berlin's oldest surviving palace is Grunewald Hunting Lodge, which houses a superb art collection.
Glienicke Palace, which embodies Prince Carl's appreciation and love of Italy, along with the Pfaueninsel (Peacock Island) are part of the area designated by the UNESCO as a World Heritage site.
NEW: Premium Day Pass available online
The Premium Day Pass is valid for all of the palaces on a single day (except the Belvedere on the Pfingstberg, Sacrow Palace and Stern Hunting Lodge in Potsdam).
Also, by purchasing a Premium Day Pass through the ››› Ticket Shop a timed ticket (set admission time) is booked for Sanssouci Palace, allowing you to visit the palace at a desired time – no waiting!