The Filming Locations of Queen of Tears in Germany. The Scenic Lavender Field Stuns!

Germany location Queen of Tears

Two of tvN's biggest hits - Crash Landing on You and Queen of Tears - bring us to Europe's most spectacular tourist destinations. Crash Landing on You in Switzerland, where we're able to see the stunning Lake Brienz in Iseltwald, Switzerland, and the Queen of Tears in Germany where Baek Hyun Woo and Hong Hae In brought us to the wonderful English Lavender fields in Lage, Germany.

Beautiful attractions in Germany serve as the honeymoon setting of Baek Hyun-woo (Kim Soo-Hyun) and Hong Hae-in (Kim Ji-Won) to which they also returned amid their rocky marriage.

Germany location Queen of Tears
Scene in Queen of Tears filmed in Sanssouci Palace garden 

Some of the historical landmarks in Germany they visited are the Neptune Fountain, Pariser Platz near the Brandenburg Gate, Sanssouci Palace (the former summer residence of King Frederick II of Prussia), Spree River, and the English Lavender field in the Botanical Fragrance Garden in Lage.

Kim Ji-won stands at the Spree River ©Kim Ji-won IG

Spree River is one of the largest rivers in Berlin, running through the city center, and offers cruises for travelers. It is where Hyun-woo and Hae-in shared a romantic kiss, and later strolled along the river beside the Museum Island.

The romantic kiss scene of the couple at the Spree River 

Botanischer Duftgarten, known in English as Botanical Fragrance Garden, serves as the backdrop of Hyun-woo and Hae-in's honeymoon where they explored the scenic English Lavender fields. 

Botanical Fragrance Garden in Lage, Germany

It is located in the town of Lage-Lippe, and is home to almost 500,000 botanical plants, over 80 of which are aromatic. The Lavandula angustifolia, from which the unique harmonizing and calming lavender oil is obtained.

Germany location Queen of Tears
Kim Soo Hyun and Kim Ji-won exploring the English Lavender fields of the Botanical Fragrance Garden. ©Kim Soo Hyun IG

Botanical Fragrance Garden is open for the public to visit. Opening hours: Monday-Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (except public holidays). Last entry is at 5:00 p.m. Entrance fees (April to September)

  • Adults: €3.50
  • Children (up to 13 years): free entry
  • Scented garden tours including admission: Adults: €12.90

Sanssouci Palace

In episode six, Hae-in returns to Germany to the Sanssouci Palace, one of the locations she visited with her husband during their honeymoon. Little does she know, Hyun-woo also fled to follow her.

Germany location Queen of Tears
Hae-in (Kim Ji-won) returns to Sanssouci Palace

This historical building in Rococo architecture is located in Potsdam, just outside Berlin, in the German state of Brandenburg. It was originally built for King Frederick the Great of Prussia as his summer palace in the middle of the 18th century. 

Sanssouci Park is an ensemble of palaces and garden complexes, and surrounded by temples and rolling gardens. The complex was expanded under King Frederick William IV in the 19th century. 

Germany location Queen of Tears
The stunning garden and park of Sanssouci Palace

Frederick the Great's tomb is located on the palace hill. On the pile of ruins to the north of the palace, artificial ruins from the ancient world concealed a water basin. 

The entire complex, along with the palaces and park, is a UNESCO World Heritage site for its outstanding architecture and landscaping.

Sanssouci Palace is open to the public for visit. It is open for a whole year round except on certain holidays. Ticket prices are the following:

  • General price: € 19.00 Reduced: € 14.00
  • Sanssouci+ Family Ticket: € 49.00
  • Annual Pass for the Palaces: € 60.00 Reduced: € 40.00
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