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Visiting Charlottenburg Palace and Park in Berlin
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Charlottenburg Palace and Park is one of the largest and most important palace complex comprising of a palace, gardens, parks, fountains, lake, courtyards, and much more. They belong to the electors of Brandenburg, German emperors, and Prussian Kings. The place is considered to be one of the favourites of the seven generations of the Hozenzollern ruler. In its current scenario, the palace looks immensely beautiful with its gorgeous architecture which caters to the various needs and demands of the people who wish to rent the palace for one of their events. Impressively furnished halls, suites, and rooms with high-quality art exhibits and masterpieces, the Charlottenburg Palace and Park awaits your presence.

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A day at the Charlottenburg Palace and Park

A day at the Charlottenburg Palace and Park

The New Wing

The New Wing

The New Wing in the Charlottenburg Palace and Park houses most of the finest rooms of the palace including the exquisite Red Braid Room, audience chamber, the palace chapel, the oak gallery which is used for music concerts, the highly decorated Rococo State Rooms, the White Room or the State Dining Room with pink marble imitation, the 42 meters long Golden Gallery and many more. All of these rooms and halls are highly rich in elegant decorations along with walls being adorned with exquisite paintings and art collections. These rooms are usually used to conduct lavish parties, dinners, events, and concerts.

The Charlottenburg Gardens

The Charlottenburg Gardens

The Charlottenburg Gardens have been laid out in a formal French style with neatly trimmed leaves of plants and trees, a lake in the front, and a fountain in the center completing it all. The other highlights include the iron bridge near the carp pond, a marble obelisk, the New Pavilion built in Neapolitan Villa style, and the best of all is the Belvedere Tea House in the Charlottenburg Park which houses some of the greatest collections of fine Berlin porcelain of the 18th and the 19th century. A Doric temple also stands at the end of the park along a mausoleum.

The Grand Courtyard

The Grand Courtyard

The Grand Courtyard of the Charlottenburg Palace and Park embarks the elegance of the palace to a greater level. The courtyard begins with its most important feature which is the statue of Frederick William of Brandenburg, the Great Elector. The staute stands proudly in the courtyard and is considered to be one of the finest of all the statues in the city. It has been adorned with a breastplate in bronze and a full-bottomed flowing wig and stands upon a marble base. It has been finely modelled along with a text inscription in Latin from a father to the son.

Insider Tips

How to Get Tickets?

The Charlottenburg Palace and Park ticket can be booked both online and offline. You can book the tickets online through this website.

How To Get Around?

Charlottenburg Palace and Park can be accessed only on foot as the palace does not allow any kind of transportation within its premises.

What Should I Wear?

Wear a dress in a solid colour. Keep it decent and classy to look like you belong inside the palace. Accessorise well. Carry a small clutch which goes well with your dress and makeup. Apply little makeup and stay away from bold colours. Wear a crystal, diamond or pearl neckpiece. Wear the best pair of heels you have.


Best Time to Visit

Charlottenburg Palace and Park remains open all days of the week from 10 am to 4.30 pm except on Tuesdays where it closes at 5 pm.



Will I Need a Guide?

A guide will not be needed as this website will guide you about the all the things.

How To Get here?

You can rent a regular taxi to reach the place. Bicycles will also be a great option. You can take a trolley or a public bus as well from the airport.

Additional Info

Do not touch the paintings or any of the jewels in the palace. Carry your passport and visa with you all times.

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