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What a lovely palace and even more so the estate all around it!
One can just imagine what staying here must have been like. There are technically 2 palaces - facing off each other.
The entry is quite ordinary but once you come inside and...More
Both Schleissheim Palace and its neighboring facility Schloss Lustheim (built for a concubine of the royal type) make for a beautiful morning stroll. The reflecting pond and fountains add to the tranquility of the palace grounds. Plenty of free parking and located near the main...More
This palace was built between approximately the end of 17th century and 1720s. This included an interruption of 11years while Max Emanuel was governor of the Spanish Netherlands. The monumental palace has a wide staircase, magnificent halls and four state apartments decorated by major artists....More
Away from the city centre, Schloss Schleissheim is less well-known and thus not crowded at all. We got to the palace in the morning and there were very few tourists around. The New Palace is the main building, along with two other smaller palaces connected...More
I prefer Schleissheim to Nymphenburg!
Beautiful grounds and the interior is absolutely stunning!
Worth to spend a few hours inside and then check out the gardens.
We went with 2 young kids and even they enjoyed it.
Parking is right outside and the Berrgarden is...More
Despite a raining day and winter time we visited the park which is very nice and we could imagine how beautiful it will be in spring and summer with also the working fountains.
Very beautiful and strongly recommend the visit to the main castle
I was staying at the Hotel am Schlosspark for work, and decided to go explore the actual Schlosspark. Wow! There are actually three palaces, the Lustheim on one end, the Neues Schloss (pictured), and the Altes Schloss. Absolutely beautiful formal gardens link all three. A...More
This is really nice place to visit , not far away from Munich , you can spent whole day there, three amazing palace ( ticket cost 10 Euro) , easy to reach by metro and bus , nice Bavarian restaurant located there .
The Castle and the park are great for a Sunday stroll. The Biergarten is a hit in summer time and the Food has reasonable Prices, if you compare with other Locations in Munich area. The Food and beer is ok, but not outstanding.