Monday, February 21, 2011

Berlin's Schloß Charlottenburg

Schloß Charlottenburg  Schloß Charlottenburg is a baroque castle that was built for Queen Sophie Charlotte in 1695 by King Friedrich Wilhelm I, her husband.  The castle weathered WWII bombing and has been restored to its full gilded glory.  Although some travel websites state that admission to Schloss Charlottenburg is free, please be prepared to spend at least 20 euro per person for admission, including an audio guide.  If you are traveling on a tight budget, Schloss Charlottenburg is not worth breaking the bank, but walking around the outside of the castle is worth the trip!  Ago vita vos somnium (live the life you dream)
Schloß Charlottenburg is a baroque castle that was built for Queen Sophie Charlotte in 1695 by King Friedrich Wilhelm I, her husband.  The castle weathered WWII bombing and has been restored to its full gilded glory.  Although some travel websites state that admission to Schloss Charlottenburg is free, please be prepared to spend at least 20 euro per person for admission, including an audio guide.  If you are traveling on a tight budget, Schloss Charlottenburg is not worth breaking the bank, but walking around the outside of the castle is worth the trip!


Ago vita vos somnium (live the life you dream) 

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