1D Herrenchiemsee Castle Tour ex Munich

Munich Central Station Hbf (opposite tracks 32-34), Arnulfstraße 3, 80335 Munich, Germany,
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9h 30min
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What To Expect

Discover Germany's lakeland Versailles by train and boat. Join us on a train and boat trip to Herrenchiemsee, the stunning palace on an island on Chiemsee lake. Inspired by the Palace of Versailles near Paris, it was built in the 19th century by Mad King Ludwig II in a picture-perfect setting of lakes and mountains. Known as the Bavarian Sea, Chiemsee is the largest of many lakes near Munich. We take you on a boat trip to two islands the Herreninsel (location of the palace) and the smaller Fraueninsel, with its lovely Benedictine Convent, whose origins stretch back 1300 years.

In some respects, as with its vast Hall of Mirrors, Herrenchiemsee actually surpasses Versailles. With its elegant gardens and walkways and its luscious interiors of gold, glass, and porcelain, it is a visually overwhelming monument to opulence. It also reflects the eccentric and troubled personality of Ludwig with features such as the celebrated elevated dining table, which could be raised and lowered through the floor to the kitchens below so that the reclusive king did not have to see his servants. We give you a tour and tell you the story, and you have the option of touring the interior of the castle. The complete day trip is one of the most unique and beautiful tourist experiences you can have in Germany.

What's included
Guide Transportation: Train, boat
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Know Before You Go
Visit Herrenchiemsee Castle
Enjoy a boat ride on Chiemsee Lake to the Herreninsel and Fraueninsel Islands
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Cancellation Policy
can-cancel You can cancel your tour until 3 days before your travel date
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Meeting Point

Make your own way to the meeting point: Munich Central Station Hbf (opposite tracks 32-34), Arnulfstraße 3, 80335 Munich, Germany.
Please be here approximately 15 mins prior to the given departure time.