This is not that impressive compared with other European Palaces, perhaps more understated, but worth a visit.
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First, the palace is not open to public everyday, but few weeks in August and September. So better check before you go. And its free. Smaller than what I expected from a Royal Palace. But Amazing architecture and fine details in every little furniture. A...More
You are allowed to enter but unfortunately I went at the time when they were having some kind of event so I could not go through.
It's another 20mins from the famous shopping mall but it's a delightful palace with a beutful garden infront. The garden is okish... nothing special during winter but I can imagine how amazing it must be during the summer time with flowers.
We opted to take a free 2 hour walking tour which took us past the Royal Palace. The walk to the palace was very pretty but I was a little disappointed in the palace itself In terms of European Palaces. I would not go out...More
I wouldn't say there's a whole lot here, but it's worth walking by and taking a look on the way to something else. Another very grand palace in the city.
Palace was really beautiful. Could not go in as it was closed for the season. The gardens and the exterior of the palace was really stunning.
The walk to the palace was long but it deserved the effort. The palace and the garden outside are very nicely kept. It would have been even nicer if there were tours inside ...
they told us if the flag is up, the king is working. the flag was up. very clean and nicely kept. disappointed that there was no tour of the inside.
Like other European royal residences, except this one is a working palace, where the royal family does its work and receives visitors. The palace is open to the public usually only during the summer months, and closes by early Sept. if you want to see...More