A UNESCO heritage site for a reason. The park itself, even without visiting the palaces, are a great visit with plenty of seats if you're travelling with the elderly.
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A walk through Sanssouci Park is an experience not be missed even in winter time when the statutes are covered to protect them. Obviously in spring, summer and autumn the statues are uncovered, and it does make a difference, but don't be put off if...More
We walked in this park for 2 hours absolutely captivated. The various palaces and other grand buildings (including an old windmill) dotted around were stunning and fascinating. Even in winter when all the statues were covered up it was really lovely. Can only imagine how...More
I’ve been here before in spring and recommended it, however on this visit nearly all the statuary in the Park was boxed in and completely covered. The fountains were empty as well. It’s a nice park, but all the beds are empty. This would seem...More
One of the best parts of traveling in Europe is their beautiful parks. Sanssouci is probably my new favorite. Stunning buildings and grounds. Highly recommend to anyone traveling to Potsdam. The highlight of our visit for sure.
We arrived early in the day and there were few other people around when we started. The day was clear and warm and the atmosphere was perfect. The grounds are kept very well, and I can understand how Frederick felt as he strolled around them....More
The Sanssouci Park is absolutely incredible. We entered by the Windmill and walked to the Orangerie, Nueue Palace and then to the Sanssouci. We walked past a lovely stream, statues and the Chinese Pavilion. It's quiet and tranquill. The Park is huge and I kept...More