Potsdam and Sanssouci Palace
On the last day we went near Berlin to Potsdam. We looked at the palace and garden complex there, which since 1990. is on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
A weekend in Berlin doesn't have to mean just sitting all the time in the city. You can also drive a bit further to see the interesting place that is Potsdam. The perfect springboard after exploring Berlin 🙂
We visited there m.in Sanssouci Palace, castle, very large gardens and several other “smaller” buildings 😉 The size and vastness is really impressive. Probably in spring and summer it is much nicer here – we only managed to find the first signs of spring. We spent two hours there, although on summer/spring days you can practically spend the whole day there 🙂
Admission to the gardens themselves is free, parking unfortunately costs a little something already. Parking is billed by the hour, so it is better to plan your tour so that you do not pay only for the next 5 minutes started, which happened in our case 🙂
The place itself certainly has a rich history, however, we definitely count ourselves among those who simply relax in such corners admiring the surrounding beauty of nature (and architecture) 😉
At the end we returned to return some things to Primark and buy new ones – we just happened to hit the Sunday on which the shopping center was open 😉 On average, it is usually one Sunday a month. Information about this is always available on the websites.
The way back to Lodz was faster, it took us only 4 hours. Long live the highways! If only fuel were cheaper 😉