Palaces in Munich

Residence - court life of ducs, prince-electors and kings

Duration: 2 hours
The Residenz originated in the 14th century and was gradually expanded until 1918 the end of the monarchy in Bavaria. It served as the seat of government and home of the Wittelsbach dynasty, the Bavarian rulers for more then 700 years. Guided visit through the magnificent appartments of the Residence which belonged to the most marvellous palaces in entire Europe. Admire unique pieces of art and learn more about etiquette and court life.
Highlights are the Antiquarium the largest secular Renaissance hall north of the Alps, the magnificent Rococo rooms of the Rich chambers, the Ancestral gallery

Nymphenburg Palace - a truly princely gift!

Duration: 1 - 2 hours
On the occasion of the birth of the long expected heir to the Bavarian throne, prince-electress Henriette Adelaide received this truly princely gift in the outskirts of Munich. Nymphenburg Palace was enlarged several times and thus this sumptuous palace emerged which served as a summer residence for the Wittelsbach rulers. Guided walk through the palace including the Stone Hall with its marvellous Rokoko frescos and adoration of charming and maddening ladies of King Ludwig I. 's famous Beauty Gallerie. Short walk through the parc.
In additon, possibility to view Amalienburg (UNESCO worl heritage) located in the landscape parc