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This is a pretty place but much smaller than expected. I think there were only 6 or 7 different rooms on the tour. All of them were fairly small except the bedroom. Very ornate.
The tour is done in English and there are notebooks for...More
While Neuschwanstein Castle get all the tourists, Linderhof has a much more personal feel. A small castle Ludwig actually lived in, it's surrounded by gardens and small buildings like the Moorish Kiosk Venus Grotto", "Hunding's Hut" and "Gurnemanz Hermitage. Linderhof provides great insight into Ludwig's...More
The guided tour was well worth it, especially after visiting other castles in the area. Go early so you can beat the lines in tourist season. the grounds are large enough that you could spend most of the day walking around.
This smaller palace of King Ludwig II is a jewel box. My favorite palace of all the ones in Bavaria. Exquisite details. Beautiful grounds. My favorite room was the yellow room with silver leaf details. Stunning. Definitely GO!!!
This homiest of "Mad" King Ludwig's castles is a small, elegant mini-Versailles. Set in the woods 15 minutes driving from Oberammergau and 50-minutes from Fussen and surrounded by fontains and sculpted, Italian-style gardens, it's the palace I've toured that actually had me feeling envious.
While others have negative remarks in their Trip Advisor Reviews, I’d say if you are the area, if you have see Linderhof then go, come and see it.
Linderhof Palace is smaller in scale then others palaces in Germany but that doesn’t mean it’s bad...More
The Linderhof Palace is the smallest of the three palaces built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria and the only one which he lived to see completed.
After a 1 hour trip from Munich it was excellent and memorable to visit this palace. The lushness...More