Sitting in the River Havel that runs through Berlin, Pfaueninsel or Peacock Island is a beautiful little getaway rife with abandoned buildings, wild peacocks, and even the facade of a fairytale castle built by a Prussian king.The lush 243 acre island was originally known as “Rabbit Island” thanks to a small rabbit farm that was established there in the 17th century by Frederick William I of Brandenburg.
Place: Pfaueninsel and Pfaueninsel Palace
Start: 10 A.M.
Admission: 3-4 EUR
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