Linderhof Palace

The smallest palace of King Ludwig II is also referred to as the “Royal Villa” inspired by Versailles and goes back to the so-called “Königshäuschen” a hunting lodge of his father King Maximilian II. The Linderhof Palace, which was built between the years 1872-1878 was the King Ludwig II’s favorite palace, there he spent most of the time. The impressive Hall of Mirrors and the staircase decorated in the second rococo-period enchant the atmosphere.

Surrounded by a beautiful, picturesque park in the English style with water fountains, the Venus Grotto and the ‘Moorish kiosk’ the fascinating Linderhof Palace in the Ammer mountains is absolutely worth a day trip.

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