Linderhof Palace is the smallest of the three fairy-tale residences built by nineteenth-century King Ludwig II of Bavaria, but it was allegedly his favorite. Nowadays it attracts more than 450,000 tourists a year.
The King Ludwig II Museum in Herrenchiemsee, Bavaria, be open to the public again at the end of April after extensive construction work. A special exhibition will show never seen designs for Neuschwanstein Castle.
The Neuschwanstein Castle, built by Ludwig II. the fairytale king, remains the biggest tourist magnet in Bavaria. The Würzburg Residence and the Imperial Castle of Nuremberg are also popular with visitors.
Neuschwanstein Castle, Herrenchiemsee, Linderhof: three royal palaces that immortalized Ludwig II. The Bavarian king still exudes a fascination that attracts visitors in droves.
Bavarian King Ludwig II's new splendid carriage and small gala coach is back on display at Nymphenburg Palace following extensive restoration work.
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