Built for Frederick the Great, Schloss Sanssouci – the castle without cares – is a testament to a bygone age. With its fairytale location, famous vineyard terrace and elegantly appointed rooms, it's one of Berlin's must-see destinations.
Situated in the Brandenburg capital of Potsdam, Schloss Sanssouci is one of the most celebrated of the Hohenzollern palaces. Built in the Rococo style as Frederick II's summer residence, the castle, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1990, is set in an extensive park. For details of the frequent events held in the park, just ask one of our staff members.