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This place can only be visited at fix hours with a guide, so be mindful of the hour. If you have time climb on top of the palace, it is a beautiful view of the parks. The rooms are very impressive, especially the Raphael Hall,...More
We took the hop on and off bus tour for the day which lasted around 2.5 hours but very worth it!
Our guide she was very good and did commentary in English and German.
Sans Souci summer palace of King Frederick the Great is our...More
On previous visits in 2015 & 2016 the Orangerie was closed for refurbishment. There are about 6 rooms to see, which can only be seen on a timed German guided tour, although there are English notes in each room. The tower is included in the...More
This palace is in between Sanssouci Palace and Neues Palace, and we took a bus from Sanssouci Palace to reach it. There is a paid wrist band for taking photos inside the palaces inside Sanssouci Park. This was the 3rd palace we visited in the...More
The whole park around King Frederic's Sans Souci is well worth a (extensive) stroll. When you reach the Orangerie, take a moment and go the (short) guided visit. Lovely setting and beautiful rooms to see. The walk-about inside is done with huge slippers... (see pictures)....More
We wandered along the road from Sanssouci and came upon the Orangerie. There were no directional signs. The orangerie was built from 1851-1864. We just happened to be there a few minutes before 3:00 so we paid for the 30 minute tour. Little did we...More
The Orangerie is a beautiful building on a high point in the park. It has attractive gardens which set off the building.
After Neuer Palais this was my favourite building in the park.
Well worth a visit.