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THE LOVELIEST SPOTS IN BERLIN-SCHLACHTENSEE AND ENVIRONS

 

Glienicke Palace

As the former residence of the kings of Brandenburg and Prussia, Berlin is home to royal palaces from various eras. One of them is Glienicke Palace, built in 1823 according to plans by architect Karl-Friedrich Schinkel. Today, the estate also includes the Hofgärtnermuseum, a horticultural museum.
www.spsg.de

 

 

Sanssouci Palace

Commissioned by King Frederick II, better known as Frederick the Great, the Rococo-style summer palace was raised on top of a vineyard in Potsdam under the aegis of master builder Georg Wenzeslaus von Knobelsdorff between 1745 and 1747. In 1990, Sanssouci and its parklands became a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Extending over 289 ha, the gardens of Sanssouci with their many edifices and trails adding up to a total length of 70 km is unique in its dimensions, and attracts more than one million visitors a year.
www. schloss-sanssouci.net

 

 

Dutch Quarter

Starting in 1732, King Frederick Wilhelm I had four quarters with a total of 134 red brick houses in Dutch style built by architect Jan Bouman. Meant to house Dutch artisans at the time, it is now one of the city’s many landmarks. The quarter was completed in 1742. Today, it is home to any number of cafés, pubs, and artisans’ showrooms. Its many antique dealers draw collectors who love to browse the Dutch Quarter.
www.hollaendisches-viertel.net

 

 

Pfaueninsel

Pfaueninsel – literally “peacock isle” – is a nature reserve and part of the Palaces and Parks of Potsdam and Berlin World Heritage Site that has always been a favourite destination of day-trippers and tourists. Just 1.5 kilometres long and 0.5 kilometres wide, the island has retained its fairy-tale character across the centuries, making extended strolls along its many trails one of the favourite pastimes. Aside from the folly, it is famous for its free-roaming peacocks that will readily display their fancy plumage for visitors.
www.berlin.de/pfaueninsel/

 

 

Glienicke Bridge

Alexander von Humboldt reportedly said “The view from Glienicke Bridge rivals the most scenic spots in the world.” Anyone who has ever enjoyed the vista on a sunny day is likely to agree. The bridge connects the south-west corner of Berlin with Potsdam, and is embedded in an ensemble of landscapes and buildings that have formed Germany’s largest UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1990. It includes the Church of the Redeemer in Sacrow, the palaces in Potsdam, in Babelsberg and Glienicke and their gardens, all of which are interconnected by complex lines of sight.
www.glienicker-bruecke.de

 

 

 

There are any number of luscious hangouts for fine wining and dining in Berlin. Many well-known and popular restaurants are just waiting to be discovered by you. Here is a small selection from the area surrounding Schlachtensee-Carré:

 

 

Fischerhütte on Schlachtensee

Visitors to Alte Fischerhütte on the lakefront of Schlachtensee will find an in-house wine store, a fireside restaurant, a large sun-lit patio, a bar and a lounge, as well as a ballroom for private events on the premises. Fischerhüttenstrasse 136, D-14163 Berlin-Zehlendorf.

www.fischerhuette-berlin.de

 

 

Arcimboldo

Classic high-end Italian restaurant in downtown Zehlendorf. Clayallee 347b, D-14169 Berlin-Zehlendorf.
www.ristorante-arcimboldo.com

 

 

Villa Medici

This elegant Italian restaurant in cultivated ambience offers a wide variety of fine Mediterranean cuisine and choice wines. Spanische Allee 1-3, D-14129 Berlin-Zehlendorf.

www.villa-medici-berlin.de

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