Located at the border of Berlin, Potsdam is filled with palaces and parks as it used to be a residential area to the Prussian kings back in 1918. If you’re someone who appreciates history and culture, then spend a full-day here as the journey from central Berlin to this UNESCO World Heritage Site easily takes about 45 minutes. Out of all the palaces that I visited, the one that I loved the most was Sanssouci that was filled with 10 rooms and built on a hill in the centre of the park. The interior of this palace caught my attention because each room came with unique Rococo style of architecture that brought out the story of particular events that took place there. If you’re already here, do stop by at the Brandenburg Gate that’s located about 15 minutes away, which is the main symbol of Berlin and Germany’s division during the Cold War.