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Driving from Paris, we hurried in for the very last visit of the evening. As mentioned elsewhere, most "small" castles cannot be visited freely, and you must wait for a guided tour, usually/mostly in German (whether you understand or not).
A wonderful beginning of our...More
Nice castle, and the grounds are lovely for walking. Only problem I had was that you had to book a tour so you must wait for them to be ready to take a group. They also take your things and lock them up in a...More
Pretty castle to visit. Unfortunately it rained during our visit but we still enjoyed walking the grounds. The tour is only available in German with a small handout to follow along in other languages. The tour does take you back to a different time. Definitely...More
Lovely surroundings and great walks. The breakfast was very good with if course the many choices of german rolls. If you are a coffee lover be sure to be specific about what type of coffee you would like. Asking for a pot of coffee seemed...More
This palace advertises itself as owning the world's largest collection of porcelain in the world and is called the Porcelain Palace. What is not stated is that it is not on view to the public!!
Also the 55 minute tour was in German (not surprisingly)...More
The tourism in the region is focused on german audience. There are little english indications that are given to the tourists but without knowing the local language, the confused tourist is left in the dark. Other than that the propriety is exceptionally well maintained and...More
Never go to this place unless you speak German !!!!
The guide was extremely rude in spite of knowing we only spoke English.
1. I was not informed that the tour would be in German only with absolutely zero English translation and no signage in...More
Schloss Favorite is an absolute waste of money and time if you can't speak German. You pay nearly €10 for the hideous experience of being herded in a small group with a guide and each door is locked behind you. You re held hostage for...More