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Information for Munich Residenz is in both English and German on the placecards. Even if you aren't into Museums/Artechiture the Antiquarium and the ancestry gallery are quite breathtaking to see and will make the visit worth it. For those who do really like history and...More
Enormous with so much to see! Had a better experience here than visiting castles in southern Bavaria. At least here you aren’t packed in like sardines, can take photos (no flash), are can explore at your own leisure.
We came across the residents Christmas market purely by chance. What an amazing market. It’s quite hidden and in the main courtyard of the residents itself. There was a male voice choir singing in the centre and lots of lovely Christmas festive stalls all around....More
If there is one thing you do in Munich is Has to be this. It was incredible. There are so many rooms and treasurers to see it goes on and on, so prepare for a long visit. It took us about 5 hours and we...More
Our visit was on a Sunday and it was not too busy. We bought the combined treasury/museum ticket. There is a small discount for seniors over 65 with ID. We did the treasury in the morning. They provided free audio, which was helpful. You can...More
Beautiful. They did say a lot was recreated due to Bombing in WW II. You do not necessarily the audioguide as everything is written in German and English next to most items. The Audioguide was included in the price of the admission, and it may...More
This palace is well done, especially considering so much of it was destroyed on WWII. They have done a good job with restoration work. I just wish there was a way to route people through the rooms without doubling back thru them.
This is probably one of the best museum in Munich that you could visit for the history and artifacts from the Kings/Queens. We got the 3 museum pass which you will be able to see the Crown Jewels, the home and the Opera House. The...More
Really beautiful, but not for everyone! I found this place a bit average....There is so much more to see and do in Munich, but if you like the Royals, then this place is worth it! Unfortunately, for me it was crowded and it did not...More
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It is in Max-Joseph Platz. As you face the Residenz, the Opera House will be on your right. There are arched entrances in the middle of the building leading to a small courtyard. Enter there. There are signs for... More
It is in Max-Joseph Platz. As you face the Residenz, the Opera House will be on your right. There are arched entrances in the middle of the building leading to a small courtyard. Enter there. There are signs for it.
The Residenz is huge...something like 130 rooms. If you plan to also see the Treasury, and you should, do the Residenz first, go have lunch nearby and come back after lunch for the Treasury.