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It''s beautiful place. Great views of mountains , great history places, great food, but what I don't like at all it's monument of german soldiers ww2 1939 - 1945. This soldiers are criminal based of Nuremberg process and book you can buy about Hitler...More
Stopped by this site while on the way out of town at the end of our vacation and was very glad we did. Everyone else must have been outside on a nice day, so we got the private tour around the schloss. This is a...More
The building looks like a cream puff and the inside is also really nice. They had a surprising amount of furniture and paintings. Since we didn’t speak German we had to guide ourselves with the help of a binder with written information - which was...More
We took this 50 minute guided tour. The tour was in German but they provided a paper fact sheet that follows the tour path so you can follow along with the different room descriptions. Crown Prince Rupprecht of Bavaria actually lived here with his family...More
We have just had a tour with Francisca. We arrived for the 3 o'clock tour and were greeted by a friendly cashier who spoke English and gave us an English script for the tour. We turned out to be the only 2 on it and...More
Very pretty castle as are many of the buildings in Berchtesgaden. We didn't take the tour as time did not permit. So much to explore in this area, but more time than we had is needed to appreciate all the town has to offer. Highly...More
Marvellous river rapids, palace and loads of lovely eateries. Original monestory / palace/ museum. Good to arrive via local train or bus and of ourse bikes are good here too. Ciao, Hannah, VORFFs, FHI.
I have read some other reviews where English was spoken by some of the tour guides. As this is the off season I guess those guides have gone back to school.
It became a rushed, self guided tour with the English pamphlet at our side....More