The castle of Johannisburg in Aschaffenburg was erected during the period that extended between 1605 and 1614, and it was built by Georg Ridinger. Schloss Johannisburg had served as the second residence related to the prince bishop of Mainz until 1803, and the construction of this castle was made possible through sandstone and other building […]
The palace of Würzburg Residence had been designed by many of the leading Baroque architects. It is one of the renowned Baroque palaces spotted in Europe, as it finds a place in the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Würzburg Residence had originally been designed for Philipp Franz von Schönborn, prince-bishop, with the young architect Balthasar […]
The 19th century palace of Hohenschwangau is located in southern Germany, and this was the castle where King Ludwig II of Bavaria had dwelled during his childhood.
A complex pertaining to royal buildings found on the Herreninsel make up for the Herrenchiemsee, and the island of Herreninsel is found in the center of Bavaria’s largest lake, the Chiemsee, that is about 60 kilometers away from Munich.
Located between the two arms of the River Würm, the medieval Blutenburg Palace was built in the year 1438-1439.
Formerly the summer residence of the Bavarian rulers, Schleissheim Palace dates back to 1598. Tourists checking into the history of this palace will discover that it was originally built as a country house and hermitage that was founded by William V.
Set your foots on the hallowed grounds that served as the residence of the Bavarian kings, electors, and dukes as well as the seat of government between the year 1508 to 1918.
Constructed by by François de Cuvilliés between the year 1734 and 1739, the Amalienburg is a tiny hunting lodge, constructed for the Roman emperor Charles II in Nymphenburg Palace Park, Munich.
Formerly the summer residence of the Wittelbachs, the former royal family of Bavaria, Nymphenburg Palace, surrounded by an English-style park, finds a worthy spot in the itinerary of tourists visiting Munich.
As a palace found near Oberammergau located in the southeast Bavaria, the Linderhof Palace in Germany is the smallest among the three palaces erected by King Ludwig II of Bavaria, as this had been the only palace that got completed during his lifetime.
The Romanesque revival palace of Neuschwanstein castle, a 19th century castle, is found atop a rugged hill spotted above that of Hohenschwangau village, found near Füssen in Bavaria, Germany. The castle is a very popular tourist destination in the whole of Europe