Charlottenburg Palace is of particular beauty. For many years, from 1701 to 1888, it served as the summer residence of the Prussian kings. Anyone who sees it is not surprised that it was one of the Hohenzollerns’ favourite places for seven generations. Together with the Old Palace and the New Wing, it is the most extensive and important palace complex of the former Prussian kings and German emperors in Berlin and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was badly damaged during the Second World War, but was then largely rebuilt and refurbished. The palace is surrounded by an extensive park, which invites you to take a relaxing walk.