Planned by S-Bahn Berlin
"Look, gentlemen, look. Here, in the famous Schloss Charlottenburg, the jute Elector Frederick I and King in Prussia, his old, so the Sophie Charlotte, abjeschoben. The beidn would not always be green when se vastehn wat ick my. Well, at least the jute electorate had the decency to rename the castle of Lietzenburg in Charlottenburg after the death of the charming wife. His son, on the other hand, King Frederick William, could not do anything with his wife's ancestral court life. The Charlottenburg Palace had ersma jejma and the king took care of the public finances and his army. Only the grandson, our old Fritz, was able to make friends with the Schlössken. He then had the hut officially opened and what has come out of it could still be admired today. "Your tour to the Charlottenburg Palace begins at Jungfernheide S-Bahn station, which is served by the ring-train lines S41 and S42. From the train station, drive over the river Spree and you will enter the spacious Schlosspark Charlottenburg. In the northern part you walk over beautiful meadows and under big trees. After passing the Belvedere Palace, the route will take you along the carp pond to the magnificent, geometrically designed castle garden. The view of Charlottenburg Castle is particularly beautiful from here.Now turn left around the castle. At the main entrance on the front you can still shoot a nice souvenir photo or visit the interiors of the castle. Diagonally across the street from the former orangery is a cozy café-restaurant. Afterwards it goes around the castle again and through the castle park back to the station Jungfernheide.