Palace Museum and Treasures: March 24th - October 21st, 9:00-18:00 daily (last admission time 17:00), October 22nd - March 23rd, daily 10:00 -17:00 (last admission time 16:00). Opera House: March 24th - July 29th Monday - Saturday 14:00-18:00, Sunday and Public Holidays 9:00-18:00 (last admission time 17:00); July 30th September 9th, 9:00-18:00 daily (last admission time 17:00); September 10th - October 21st Monday-Saturday 14:00-18:00, Sunday and public holidays 9:00-18:00 (last admission time 17:00); October 22nd - March 23rd Monday - Saturday 14:00-17:00, Sunday and public holidays 10:00-17: 00 (last admission time 16:00). According to the adjustment of the month and season change time, it is recommended to check the official website in advance.
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 2-4 hours
Address: Residenzstrasse 1,80333 Munich
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Walk inside the magnificent palace at Munich, Residenz München, and admire the valuable treasures.
The net red card in Munich, Germany is hidden in the palace? !
Munich Palace Mnchen Residenz Located in the old town, the Munich Palace is connected by 10 large and small irregular courtyard buildings. Its really an ordinary municipal building, one that doesnt pay attention, you may miss even the entrance. But there is an unexpected luxury inside the palace, which records the trajectories of the emperors living here, and also witnessed the glorious history of Bavaria from 1385 to 1918.
There are two routes in the tour, one is short and one is long. For the sight control like me, it is definitely the longest route to choose. Because of this, I have been lost in it for a long time, because there are so many rooms in the Munich Palace, and some rooms are not open, so you will walk around the road, sometimes you can't find the direction when you walk. .
There is a hall in the palace called: Antiquarium (The Hall of Antiquities), which is now the red dot in the red ins, because it is really super nice to take pictures, you can refer to the bag Let's take a photo.
Address: Residenzstrae 1
The Royal Palace of Munich is the royal palace of the former Bavarian monarch, located in the heart of Munich, Germany. It is Munich's most attractive place of interest. The palace is the largest city palace in Germany and is currently open to visitors, displaying its architecture, interiors and royal collections. The Munich Royal Palace consists of ten courtyards and museums with 130 exhibition rooms.
Behind the subway station is the Royal Palace Garden. There is an arch that is especially like the main entrance of the attraction. It is very imposing. However, this was only an illusion. Later, I asked local people to know that the real attraction gate on theatinerstrae is a very inconspicuous door, which is the real entrance.
The appearance of the palace is unremarkable. The interior decoration styles vary from period to period. There are many luxurious and beautiful decorations. It is normal to spend the day in the building. The museum is divided into two parts, the Royal Palace Museum and the Treasure Hall. The audio guide at the entrance does not require additional money. There is an explanation in English. The signage in the hall is very clear and reasonable in design. It will not miss the exhibits, which shows the manager's intention.
Antiquities Exhibition Hall This hall is used to house the huge antique collection of the Wittelsbach family. The vaulted dome is full of murals. It is widely regarded as the best Renaissance interior design model in the northern Alps. This stunning arched hall is also the iconic perspective of the entire Munich palace. Walking in the meantime, it seems that every step is the entrance of the time and space tunnel, and you can always go back to the fresh era of singing and dancing in the whole palace. The
old palace and antiquities gallery is the largest part of the museum. The rooms in the palace are decorated in different styles. The different styles of Baroque, Rococo and Renaissance are reflected here. This is the first Residenz to take a photo on this trip, but it's less luxurious than Linderhof's, and a level of the former Wrzburg official.
At the end of the tour, the climax, highlights should be Porcelain Cabinet built for porcelain and red Ornate Room with a small copy of the famous painting (full of thumbnails, whether there is visual sense) is a no Unrestricted visit highlights.
The last Ancestral Galleria with a portrait of the Vettelbach people is the most fascinating of the Rococo style. In fact, it should be the first room that people saw when they saw the royal family. In addition to letting you know the big family that is flourishing, it also gives you a glimpse of the grandeur of the palace.
Although the palace of Munich is the royal palace of the former Bavarian monarch, it is only one of the countless small kingdoms in Germany, but it is not small.
Walk in the garden outside the palace, we take pictures at will, although the weather is cold, but it does not prevent some Westerners from sitting on the stool to talk about love.
I didnt expect the exterior of the palace to look like a comparison of a large number of palaces in France, but the interior is quite worth seeing. Various Baroque, Rococo, and Renaissance-style decorations can be seen everywhere, although there are some It was rebuilt after World War II was destroyed, but it did not hinder this as a place with very high artistic value.
Located in the heart of Munich, the Munich Palace District is a confluence of important buildings from the 16th to the 19th century in Munich. The Munich Palace District has several buildings including the King’s Building, the Maximilian Palace and the Bavarian Opera. These buildings vary in style, but the noble atmosphere is a common feature of the Munich Palace District complex.