Charlottenburg Palace

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The Charlottenburg Palace is the biggest palace in the German capital city, Berlin. The palace was completed in 1713 to a Baroque and Rococo style. Most of the palace was damaged by bombing in the Second World War and has since been reconstructed. The Palace has extensive grounds with woodlands and formal gardens that contain a mausoleum, theatre and pavilion. The Charlottenbergs rooms are both grand and extravagant in terms of interior design, some rooms contain paintings by 18th-century French masters. The palace was used to house banquets and get-togethers of the region's wealthy.

Getting there

If travelling by public transport, take the U-Bahn to nearby stations ‘Mierendorffplatz’ on line 7 or ‘Sophie-Charlotte-Platz’ on line 2. Alternatively take 309 or the 109, M45 buses direct to ‘Schloss-Charlottenburg’.

Opening Times and Admission

The palace is open daily from around 6 am till sunset. Admission is set at 12 euros for an all-day all-access pass, this gives you access to the grounds and all of the buildings if you do not want to enter all of the buildings and are only interested in some rooms, paying for access each time you enter a building is optional.

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