The Munich Residence in Munich is a great way to get a peek at the opulence of classical German culture. Munich Residence was once the palace home to Bavaria’s monarchs. As such, this massive palace is one of the largest such establishments anywhere in Europe, featuring more than 130 rooms, various treasuries full of valuable artifacts, and an immaculately maintained garden.
The Munich Residence functions as a museum of sorts, with each of the rooms maintaining its original state of decoration with accurate period artifacts and furniture. Visitors can get a real sense of what life as a Bavarian monarch was like during the height of their power. Note, however, that despite its grand appearance, a great deal of the Munich Residence was destroyed in World War II and what remains is a reproduction (admittedly, a finely detailed and highly accurate one).
Address: Residenzstraße 1, 80333 München, Germany
Phone: +49 89 290671
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