Marty and I had the opportunity to visit Nymphenburg Palace this summer and it was incredible! Our photos don’t do it justice, but we hope they will help inspire you to visit this beautiful Palace!
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The approach to the Palace is breathtaking!
These swans have an amazing home!
The carriage house is a must see!
The grounds are so peaceful!
While at the Palace, be sure and visit the other buildings on the grounds. This is the Amalienburg, which is a part hunting lodge, part ball-venue.
The hall of mirrors in the Amalienburg is stunning!
The Badenburg was the bathing house for the Royals.
The Bradenburg sits on a beautiful lake.
The Magdalenenklause was designed to look like a ruin.
The chapel inside The Magdalenenklause is where the Royals would go for peace and solitude. It’s called The Grotto Chapel.
The Great Hall just made me want to put on a fancy dress and dance the night away!
We sincerely hope our photos inspire you to visit Nymphenburg Palace. It is absolutely gorgeous and a great way to spend a relaxing day in Munich.
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