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I stupidly bought what they call a “combination” ticket thinking that it would get me inside some cool places that would otherwise cost more. Lo and behold when I got to areas that I would have actually wanted to visit (like the botanical garden) they...More
Please don't miss this perfect example of German royal extravagance. Beautiful grounds, beautiful rooms. Don't miss the stables where there are numerous carriages and sleighs that will make your eyes the size of saucers. A must when in Munich!
Accessible right from downtown via the tram or S-Bahn from the Munich downtown/Main Train Station, spare a day to visit this palace. The grounds are beautiful and spacious. The tram stops out front, while it's about a mile walk from the S-Bahn through the gardens....More
If you have a choice between Neuschwanstein castle and Nymphenburg Palace, visit the latter. You can see various rooms in the palace, the famous painting gallery, and the small palaces in the park, which itself is well worth an extended walk. The famous Nymphenburg porcelaine...More
Stopped here on the drive to Munchen with the family in late August. It was a hot day, which made it nice being out in the gardens, but not the greatest to be inside. We parked on the road and found a spot relatively close....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.