Nymphenburg Palace

The Nymphenburg Palace also called the Castle of the Nymph, was constructed as a summer residence of the rulers of Bavaria.



Located at the west of Munich, the castle is settled within a green park that has a beautiful italianesque garden and a lovely canal. The castle has a very attractive architecture, and indoors some of the most precious and fascinating collections and decor. You shouldn’t miss seeing the “Gallery of Beauties” within the castle as well as the King Ludwig II’s bedroom as well as the captivating banquet hall with its gorgeous ceiling frescoed by arts of Johann Baptist Zimmermann.

There are tours to the castle daily, where visitors can explore the rooms freely. There are some rooms that kept their old Baroque style and others that were remade to Rococo and neoClassical style.