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Was so much more than I expected. We took the English tour (45 minutes) which I recommend and then you can wander around on your own. The ticket is good for the church and the gardens as well. After visiting many palaces in Europe, the...More
We walked into the Residence and asked for a tour in English. (The tour is included
In your admission, you just show up at the designated time. We had to wait an hour so we decided to just look around. We went into the first...More
It is a huge building; however, the tour covers an all area. The ceilings are amazing! Rooms are well kept and show amazing details. I found interesting the exhibition after the gift shop. It has an area of how the building was destroyed during WWII....More
I had a great tour guide on a Sunday and we were able to follow the story of the Residenz. Try and book with Susanna Eckart , she speaks fluent German and English and is a native Würzburger. I have visited much of European castles...More
It is one of the most magical and beautifull places i have ever seen. Its a shame its not allowed to take photos this is my only negative observation. Its gorgeus inside and its really big. A magestic place.
We wanted to visit both the palace and the garden, which had been restored after the WWII damage, but the garden was closed. The palace is typical of its time, large rooms, decorated ceilings and valuable objects. Great for us to see, but how the...More
Be sure and take a side trip to this lovely palace for a view of German wealthy ways of life. Walk around the ground and building, see the decorated rooms... honestly, all you need is one or two amazing homes like this to get a...More
The Residenz is a remarkable building that is a wonderful example of Baroque architecture. There are not an enormous number of rooms open for visitors (given the extraordinary size of the palace) but they are impressive nevertheless. Yet again, the guided tour was only available...More