Nymphenburg palace and its park were already known throughout Europe in the 18th century. As a summer residence it was once a refuge for the Munich court.
How does a canary-yellow bathroom become part of the Munich city palace?
Although Ludwig II (1845-1886) was born in Munich and is also buried here, he really was no fan of the city during his lifetime.
The magnificent Schleißheim palaces just in the north of Munich, are considered to be among the most beautiful Baroque buildings in Germany.
Schloss Blutenburg in the west of Munich once served as a hunting lodge and was first mentioned in a document in 1432.
Munichs official visitor cards at a glance.
King Ludwig II built his fairytale castle Neuschwanstein in order to withdraw from public life. Things turned out differently.
The perfect insight into the life of Bavaria’s Fairytale King: Linderhof Palace was Ludwig II’s favourite place where he spent most of his time.
The Fairytale King's most magnificent building: on Herreninsel in Lake Chiemsee, King Ludwig II created a second Versailles in 1878.
Immerse yourself in the world of the fairytale king!
Versailles in the middle of Bavaria – visit Bavaria's largest lake and its islands, including a palace and an abbey.
In a nutshell: the most important sights at a glance.