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I visited the New Palace (Neues Palais) at Sanssouci Park in Potsdam in September 2018. I walked 30 to 35 minutes from Sanssouci Palace to the New Palace. Even if you have a combo ticket, you still need to go into the visitors center and...More
This palace is in contrast to the Sanssouci Palace and its outer facade is majestic. It is at one end of the Sanssouci Park, and we took a bus from Sanssouci Palace to reach it. There is a paid wrist band for taking photos inside...More
We were driving north toward Berlin on Hwy 2 and sidetracked a bit by the University of Potsdam to look in awe at the beauty of these buildings and campus. We walked around a little on a pretty summer morning. This is a 1799 palace...More
Surrounding this vast place are beautiful forests with little paths leading off in different directions. Parts of these areas are in need of some TLC. Parts of the building are undergoing renovations, so scaffolding erected around the palaces.
The Neues Palace or New Palace is very beautiful and looks majestic. It is located on the western side of the Sanssouci park in Potsdam and you can either find a palce to park near it or walk to it from the garden.
IT IS CLOSED ON TUESDAYS!!
It is a good place were you can spend the whole day (having a picnic and a walk). We did not get in because, as we were not informed enough, we visited it on tuesday. However, it is a nice...More
Set in the huge Sanssouci park, the palace was built under Frederick the Great after the Seven Years' War. The palace was used as an entertainment venue after Frederick's death, but later it was turned into a royal residence.
Yes very much so I loved the grotto room all decorated with shells. Lots of furniture, carpets, beds its amazing. They have much more in there now than when I was last there in 1995. The upper rooms still more a work in... More
Yes very much so I loved the grotto room all decorated with shells. Lots of furniture, carpets, beds its amazing. They have much more in there now than when I was last there in 1995. The upper rooms still more a work in progress but lower level well worth it to see how Prussian royals lived.