The dominant building in the centre of Park Sanssouci is the Orangery Palace, a 300m-long Italian Renaissance–style palace that was...
This is a functioning replica of the palace's original 18th-century Dutch-style windmill. Admission buys access to three floors of...
The New Chambers were originally an orangery and later a guesthouse. The interior drips in opulence, most notably in the Ovidsaal , a...
Potsdam Historische Mühle
This vast restaurant, part of the Mövenpick chain, lures punters with international favourites, a beer garden and a children’s playground.
Lonely Planet review
The dominant building in the corner of the park is the elegantly ageing Orangerieschloss . It's a 300m-long Renaissance-style palace built in 1864 by Italophile Friedrich Wilhelm IV as a guesthouse for visiting royalty.