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On my way to the Victory Column I passed the Bellevue Palace. Stopped to look at this beautiful building from the outside. You can have good view from the Spreeweg Street and the Spree River. The Bellevue Palace is the official resident of the President...More
As an American, I honestly expected this to be heavily guarded, fenced off more, but I was honestly pleasantly surprised to see how laxed it was here.
The residence itself is beautiful, and you don't need tons of time to soak it in. We stopped...More
The Bellevue Palace is the official resident of the President of Germany. It is located in the Tiegarten Garden not far from the Victory Collumn (about 10 minute walk). It is a handsome building with much history from 18 century. According to the information,during the...More
We went passed the Bellevue Palace during the HOHO bus tour. It is an attractive looking white painted official residence of the President of Germany located in Tiergarten Park district.
I liked the manicured lawn.
Bellevue Palace (meaning: beautiful view) is located in Tiergarten. It is the official residence of the President of Germany. It is an impressive building situated on a beautiful scenic landscape surronded by a vast garden.
Bellevue Palace is situated in the Tiergarten Park and is not far away from the Victory Column,so it can be visited at the same time ; from the Victory Column there are signs showing the way to the Bellevue Palace ; it is the official...More
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I haven't been inside; it is the official residence of the President of Germany,so it can't be visited like a regular museum with tickets and entrance hours;you have to register yourself online months in advance by... More
I haven't been inside; it is the official residence of the President of Germany,so it can't be visited like a regular museum with tickets and entrance hours;you have to register yourself online months in advance by accessing the official site of the establisment (Schloss Bellevue) as guided tours are organized only on certain days and I think there is no entrance fee;