Karl Friedrich Schinkel, aided by his student Ludwig Persius, dreamed up these Roman Baths, which are actually a picturesque ensemble of...
This small palace started out a country manor and was enlarged by Karl Friedrich Schinkel for Friedrich Wilhelm IV in the late 1820s....
Frederick the Great’s Private Apartments
Right in Park Sanssouci, the exotic Dragon House is a Chinese miniature palace inspired by the Ta-Ho pagoda in Canton. It now houses a...
Park Charlottenhof information
Laid out by Peter Lenné for Friedrich Wilhelm IV, Park Charlottenhof segues imperceptibly from Park Sanssouci but gets a lot fewer visitors. Buildings here reflect the king's passion for Italy. The small neoclassical Schloss Charlottenhof , for instance, was modelled after a Roman villa and features a Doric portico and bronze fountain. It was designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel who, aided by his student Ludwig Persius, also dreamed up the nearby Römische Bäder , a picturesque ensemble of an Italian country villa. A same-day combination ticket is €5 (concession €4).