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Private property

Unfortunately you can only take a short look from outside, the castle is now a private property... read more

Reviewed 22 April 2018
Ildiko I
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Munich, Germany
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Worth the detour if you are in the neighborhood

Along the walk between Roseninsel and Possenhofen S-Bahn station is current home of Wittlesbachs... read more

Reviewed 23 August 2012
Andy C
,
Glendale, California
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22 Apr 2018
“Private property ”
6 Jan 2014
“A little bit of popular history, but otherwise uninteresting”
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Reviewed 22 April 2018 via mobile

Unfortunately you can only take a short look from outside, the castle is now a private property. Very difficult to find it due to the high hedges and the towers overlooking rather to the see than the street front. Chapel and the buildings are beautifully...More

1  Thank Ildiko I
Reviewed 6 January 2014

If you care to look at the house where Princess Sissi, later Queen Elisabeth, lived, you might find it more interesting than I. The architecture is uninspired. The grounds are rather plain, as is the plants and flora. The Sissi Museum was closed when we...More

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Reviewed 23 August 2012

Along the walk between Roseninsel and Possenhofen S-Bahn station is current home of Wittlesbachs, last royal rulers of Bavaria. This castle is also associated with the popular "princess" Empress Elisabeth ,Sissi, wife of Franz Joseph of Austria. The palace is not open to the public,...More

2  Thank Andy C
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