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Walking around the palace was nice and of course has a beautiful exposure. If, the cafeteria at the backside is part of the exhibition/exposure, it should be reviewed by the general staff, since the personnel of the cafetaria is not friendly, they are annoyed and...More
I stayed in Karlsruhe just for one night and didnt expect there to be much to see there but this Palace and its gardens were really nice and had a nice relaxed vibe around the place. People were relaxing in the gardens having bbqs or...More
The Palace at Karlsruhe is the hub of the town and very easy to find with a map or even on foot from the town centre. Just ask any one. However, the grounds and garden are a little disappointing and could be better maintained.
A must visit when in Karlsruhe. Beautiful palace. Inside you can buy a ticket to climb the tower. With 154 steps it is doable and the views are stunning. Entrance only 4 euros per person. The garden behind the palace is for free and beautiful....More
Enforced break in Karlsruhe as my van broke down on the way back to Spain.
Ended up here and it was brilliant.
A lovely building and in stark contrast a medieval festival was taking place in the grounds.
The gardens are beautiful and listening to...More
LAst time when we were here in Karlsruhe, we didn't have the opportunityy to visit the castle. Now we had more time, and we not only walked in the huge garden, but visited the very interesting museum too.
We paid to get in which was pointless because none of the exhibitions are written in English so we just looked. It's mostly a museum of ancient history but the tower was worthwhile. After climbing loads of stairs you get a view of the city...More