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We visited Sanssouci Park in August, it was a beautiful and warm day with no rain in sight. We arrived at about 5pm for the Schlössernacht and it was magnificent! The entire park and most of the buildings were illuminated. Some of the buildings were...More
Rally beautiful gardens, huge park and palaces. If you go by foot frim/to Bagelsberg, you may pass Brandenburg Tor, also related to Kings and imperators of Prussia.
Visit also Chinese house in the park.
If you like plants, not buildings, you also will not be...More
I visited Sanssouci Park in September 2018. It is immense and full of palaces. I bought a combo ticket for 19 euros but only managed to visit Sanssouci Palace and the New Palace. The landscape, steps and big fountain near Sanssouci Palace are spectacular and...More
Wow such an amazing park and the castles that surronds it makes the park justice. We were there with two five yea r olds and it worked really good even it was long distances to walk for them sometimes. The orangerie, Neus Palace and the...More
The Park Sanssouci in Potsdam is not just a park - it is a open space with major attractions surrounding it, like the Wine Terraces beneath the Sanssouci Palace, the Old Windmill (Historic Mill), the Orangery Palace or the New Palace (now the University of...More
We have been touring with Insight Vacations and decided to join their optional tour to visit this place and some others which cost us Euro$48. If you don't have the time, this is the way to go, join a tour but if you have the...More
This park is impressive for different reasons, there are beautiful palaces there that you can visit, but you can also just go around the garden and enjoy nature which is still really good.
The view is incredible and it is bigger than I imagined, I’d...More