Berlin's Charlottenburg Palace, summer residence of the German royals

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25 % savings with the
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4.25€ off for adults (€17), 3.25€ off concessions (€13). Not valid for single tickets.

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25 % savings with the Berlin WelcomeCard
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Berlin WelcomeCard All inclusive

4.25€ off for adults (€17), 3.25€ off concessions (€13). Not valid for single tickets.

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Current information: charlottenburg + is only valid for Charlottenburg Palace, Old Palace + New Wing, Mausoleum & Pavilion in the Charlottenburg Palace Gardens. The Belvedere remains in March 31. Closed in 2021.

There are no guided tours. The visit is only possible with a multimedia guide or museum. Tickets with a Berlin WelcomeCard discount are available at the palace ticket office and at the Berlin tourist information offices.

Berlin's largest palace at Charlottenburg is the highlight of a trip to Berlin for many visitors. The baroque style of the Palace architecture is breathtaking and the sheer size of the Palace cannot fail to impress. Inside the elegantly restored state rooms are filled to bursting with priceless antique porcelain and tableware. The Prussian crown jewels are also on display and the Palace is home to an archaeology museum. Outside visitors are free to stroll through the formal and informal gardens surrounding the palace which provide a haven of peace and tranquility from the bustle of Berlin city centre.

German, Prussian and Berlin history on a visit to Berlin

With a huge range of museums in the city covering every aspect of human history from the Stone Age and Ancient Egypt to 20th century conflicts or the Cold War, Berlin is the perfect holiday destination for history fans. Some of the msueums, such as the Stasi museum or DDR museum, are thought provoking and interesting for visitors of all ages. Berlin isn't just about history though, as this young and vibrant city also has a lot to offer in terms of contemporary culture, restaurants and sporting activities. Visitors to Berlin can combine several different types of activities to create their perfect individual break – a flexibility which makes Berlin the ideal destination for visitors of all ages and interests.

Charlottenburg Palace is not to be missed

One of Berlin's most famous and impressive buildings is the baroque palace of Charlottenburg. Built in the 17th century and extensively renovated over the years after bomb damage, the palace combines impressive interiors packed with works of art and precious porcelain with beautiful garden spaces. Charlottenburg offers the chance to step back in time and experience life as a German royal, or just to escape from the busy city centre to spend some time relaxing in the grounds.

Use the Berlin WelcomeCard to maximise your enjoyment of the city

One of the best tools for seeing the city is the Berlin WelcomeCard, which makes any visit so much easier. Among its many benefits cardholders get free access to the public transport network, including tram, bus, U-bahn and S-bahn. Furthermore, the Berlin WelcomeCard also allows visitors to enjoy discounts of up to 50% at 200 of the city's most famous attractions, allowing them to pack even more into their Berlin trip.

A single ticket grants admission to all of the museums on the palace grounds (Schloss Charlottenburg, Neuer Pavillon, Belvedere und Mausoleum); old Palace and special exhibitions excluced

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