We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
With some time to spare in Potsdam, we took up the offer of touring around the formerly royal gardens, this time by a rather old fashioned double decker bus. We had walked around San Souci a few years before, and nearly suffered heat stroke as...More
The gardens and architecture of the palaces is truly beautiful. We didn't pay the fee to enter into any of the buildings, but the grounds are lovely. I would recommend a guided tour to learn more about the history. Fair warning: It is a TON...More
We came in a very hot summers day wanted a trip out of Berlin for some fresh air and loved walking around the gardens. There is lots of variety, romantic areas, neoclassical areas, open areas and more mysterious woods. There is even a fantastic Chinese...More
As part of our Potsdam tour wee took a stroll through the park from the Spy Bridge to the Potsdam Treaty Palace. We were able to see beautiful mansions, nature and quite few locals sunbathing strip naked. It is interesting to observe how they relate...More
We were a group of three friends and had a great time wandering amongst beautiful palaces and stunning gardens. We were lucky with the weather as it was not stifling heat but was nice enough to view different perspectives in pretty light. The cafe in...More
Response from BarcoAmsterdam | Reviewed this property |
The Guide Books we have been using mention "OPEN Apr.-Oct. 10am-6pm Tue-Sun", but the German language german website spsg listing castles and gardens mentions "Opening times Year round daily from 8 o clock till dusk, Valid... More
The Guide Books we have been using mention "OPEN Apr.-Oct. 10am-6pm Tue-Sun", but the German language german website spsg listing castles and gardens mentions "Opening times Year round daily from 8 o clock till dusk, Valid 01.01.2016 - 31.12.2016 Monday-Sunday: open all day". To avoid disappointment it may be better to avoid the Monday or to have someone check by telephone about the Monday opening if that is the only day you could go.
If you want to visit the palaces (especially Sans Souci and the New Palace) you will need a ticket (you can buy a ticket valid for all castles) but in addition you will need a time slot for each castle separately. We were unable to find an online way to purchase timeslot reservations.
Good luck and enjoy your stay!
I believe Sanssouci Palace will be close but Sanssouci Park will be open. The Park is amazing so you will enjoy it very much. For more information please refer to their website (can't post a link in here sorry)