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Schloss Moritzburg

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Schloss Moritzburg

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Peter W wrote a review Jan 2020
Dorchester, United Kingdom37 contributions37 helpful votes
Castle looked great from the outside, but the inside was limited to a set of scenes and production processes for the 1973 GDR/Czechoslovak production of Cinderella (3 Hazelnuts). Hmmmm.....
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Jan M wrote a review Dec 2019
Prague, Czech Republic615 contributions168 helpful votes
It is very nice castle, very famous for a czech-german fairy tail. There is also a presentation dedicated to this fairy tail. There is a lake around the castle, but in December there was no water.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Ladislav V wrote a review Oct 2019
Prague, Czech Republic11 contributions6 helpful votes
Definitely a place worth to visit. Very picturesque chateau in middle of a pond. The tour is without a guide and unfortunately the number of accessable rooms is limited to just a few. Behind the chateau is a small garden, but you can have at least a nice small walk around the pond from there. To get here via public transport from Dresden, take bus number 477 from Bahnhof Neustadt. You can by tickets before, just remember you need ticket for two tariff zones. Otherwise you should buy ticket from driver. Have nice day!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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petergoode2 wrote a review Sep 2019
Hendersonville, North Carolina481 contributions395 helpful votes
My wife and I spent three nights in Dresden, and on our final touring day, had our guide drive us over to Moritzburg and Meissen. Our expectations as to visiting Schloss Moritzburg were high, and we were not in the least bit disappointed. The symmetrical old hunting lodge is a magnificent structure worthy of a 360 degree walk around, followed by purchase of the E8 ticket for an interior tour. We did not make use of the audio guide, as we had our own guide with us pointing out highlights, plus there are a large number of plaques in the rooms offering explanations in both German, and thank goodness English as well for the benefit of those among us who are non-German speakers. There are several rooms to be seen, in all honesty most look pretty similar with limited interior furnishing and aged leather walls, but there was one exhibit and one live demonstration clearly indicating the painstaking process involved in rehabilitating the centuries old interior walls. A highlight was certainly the dining room, a bright airy large room with multiple animal heads and numbers underneath each showing the number of antler points present. The clean and no-charge restrooms were appreciated. There is a very attractive dining facility on site but was not a place for us to stop as we were there in the relatively early morning. Interior photography is allowed, of course without flash. A nice gift shop is also on the premises. We covered the whole tour to our satisfaction within about 45 minutes, though I imagine that if you use the audio guide (E2 plus refundable E8 deposit), one could spend more time absorbing more detail. Long story short, if you are a chateau lover, you will not want to miss Schloss Moritzburg.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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PlatinumForeverDUS wrote a review Sep 2019
Shanghai, China2350 contributions203 helpful votes
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Schloss Moritzburg is an absolutely stunning castle - a must see being in Greater Dresden Area - it is definitely worthwhile to visit the chambers indoors and have an extensive walk around this beautiful castle
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Date of experience: July 2019
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