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A beautiful little castle, or stately mansion as you will, in the center of Bayreuth. The most beautiful part is the ground floor, the Italian wing, with light and airy stucco decoration, and my favorite putti of all the castles of Bavaria that I saw:...More
A large, sumptuous if somewhat cold castle, if only because )the original furniture has all been lost. Don’t miss the Italian wing. You need a guided tour (included with admission, but in German; there is a booklet you can borrow with English text). The stucco...More
Having visited many historic palaces and houses , I was pleasantly surprised by the interiors in this palace , the beautiful rooms in the small palace were amazing especially the room painted to look as though it was made of porcelain.
The palm room was...More
This is an interesting and beautiful old palace that captures the wonderful Bavarian Rococo period. Unfortunately, at this time of year only German speaking tours were available. They give us English speakers a short accompanying booklet, but you are aware you are getting only a...More
There are tours in English at certain times. The tour isnt very long as the public areas arent too big but its enjoyable. Beautiful rooms. Lovely gardens which are free. There is also a museum for free but is only in German. Palace tour is...More
We walked through the museum but the descriptions of the different booths were in German. We still enjoyed walking around the New Palace but did not go into the section of the museum that required admission.
Following a fire in the previous residence (now called the “Old Castle”), this one was built in 1753. It contains especially extraordinary examples of gilded stucco on the walls and ceilings.
* The Neue Residenz is protected by the Bavarian Department of State-owned Palaces,...More