If you like Baroque palaces, then this is worth a visit...out in the countryside. Access signage could be better. The car park is relatively small. Its also a long walk from teh car park to the main entrance. No credit cards ae accepted, cash only. Very small gift shop, not much of a selection of items. Staff seemed annoyed by having to put up with visitors and give tours and answer questions. They seemed very cranky and impatient. The tour is rather short, only a few rooms are on the tour. Compared to the visitor experience at other similar palaces across Europe, this place has a lot of space for improvement in terms of customer service. No interior photographs are allowed. This is most definitely not Versailles (or Fontainebleu or any of many other palaces in Europe). Architecturally, it is interesting, but you have to be enthused before you arrive, as the staff certainly are not going to kindle your enthusiasm. Maybe we hit a bad day and the staff had been told earlier that they were all going to be terminated. Or maybe they are overworked and underpaid? Not well trained? The saving grace was a visit to the gardens and which are quite extensive. There is a restaurant cafe in the pavilion but its a relatively long walk (flat surface) to get there, you wil need some level of physical conditioning and good walking shoes. Otherwise just stroll around the adjacent landscaped garden rather than walking along the alley in the forest. The palace adjoins the town on one side, where there are a number of small shops and restaurants, concentrated along one main street.
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