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Getting here is simple, just take the tram from the Hauptbahnhof then walk up the canal towards this massive palace. The gardens are just ok, nice place for a little stroll. They are free to anyone to visit. In order to see inside the palace...More
What a fantastic place,paid to look around the palace,fantastic,but could only visit a few rooms,other rooms out of bounds,painting of the ceilings are fantastic as is all the rooms,the gardens are enormous,you could spend all day at the palace so much to see.must be fit...More
I've been there in summer and winter and both seasons have their own beauty.
-Plus during summer: Weather, all marble statues are visible and not covered for protection.
-Plus during winter: beautiful all white scenarios, christmas decorations on the coffee shop.
Grounds and Palace of the Bavarian Kings. Astonishing that it is not much higher on the list of Must See places in Munich. The collections, of which there are several, are in an astonishing condition. Carriage collection alone cannot be believed, for the extravagance, baroque...More
With hop on and hop off tours you can get down at this spend 30 minutes here. This is one of nicely maintained places in Munich. Good exhibition of artifacts and soveniers at the entrance. Garden is extremely beautiful and wail maintained
I have been a regular visitor to Munich for almost two decades and for one reason or another never made it to Schloss Nymphenburg. SN is a Grand Palace of gargantuan proportions that has something for everyone:
*Bayern Royal Political History (take the Audio Guide)...More
Staff were very friendly at the ticket office. The information is both in German and English, and I believe they do have audioguides in other languages. The grounds are quite pretty so you aren't really into museum/architecture you can roam the grounds for free. There...More
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The gardens are free of charge, but for visiting the Place you must pay 6 euro. But there is another ticket. These are 14-day tickets or in German Mehrtagesticket. With 14-day tickets you can visit over forty of the most... More
The gardens are free of charge, but for visiting the Place you must pay 6 euro. But there is another ticket. These are 14-day tickets or in German Mehrtagesticket. With 14-day tickets you can visit over forty of the most beautiful sights in Bavaria, except special events for 14 days.
The 14-day tickets are available at the ticket offices in all palaces, castles and other sights (excluding the King's House on the Schachen). You can also buy the tickets at the Infopoint Museen & Schlösser in Bayern (Alter Hof 1, Munich) or at online bookshop. The tickets are not transferable.