With your Charlottenburg Palace tickets, visit the largest royal residence in Berlin dating back to the Hohenzollern family. Spend time exploring the belvedere building showcasing German porcelain, a theater, and a mausoleum of royal marble tombs, and enjoy regular evening concerts. The whole complex is dominated by a green copper dome with the gilded statue of Fortuna, the Roman goddess of fortune and luck. Once a royal residence, the palace today hosts classical music concerts and weddings. Combine the Charlottenburg Palace tour with Prussian Night Dinner and Concert to make the most of your Berlin sightseeing.
The best time to visit the Palace is in the early morning during the sunrise when the interior palace shines brightly as the sun’s rays reflect through its walls. It is the best time to avoid the worst crowds and snap some insta-worthy pictures.
Charlottenburg Palace Berlin is open from 6 am till sunset every day. The palace and mausoleum are open Tue-Sun from 10 am to 6 pm.
Charlottenburg Palace Berlin is located in Charlottenburg. Getting there by public transport is easy. You can take trains RE4, RE6 and RE7 to reach the Palace. If you are coming by bus, take buses 109, M27 and M45.
You can add some museums to your sightseeing itinerary when you are at Charlottenburg Palace. These include Bröhan-Museum, Sammlung Scharf-Gerstenberg, Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf Museum in the Oppenheim Villa, Keramik-Museum Berlin – Ceramics Museum, and Museum Berggruen.
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