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The palace building is absolutely enormous! The portion open for touring includes the living, reception, and function rooms of the royals plus a guest bedroom that Napoleon and other luminaries slept in. It also has several rooms full of precious objects from the royal,s “cabinet”...More
It’s an amazing surprise to find a sight that interesting when you’re stranded in Gotha with about two ours time and no idea about the local history.
The building is impressive, information provided plenty and the museum definitely worth the visit - I recommend planning...More
It’s worth spending the extra 2.5 Euro for the English audioguide in the main building (on top of the hill). The guide will not cover the smaller (but still fairly large) art gallery at the bottom of the hill, but you can rent a different...More
A long haul up the hill but well worth the visit many rooms to view ceilings stunning issued with overshoes to save damaging the wooden floors large range of stuffed birds and animals I had not realised how big the place was until i came...More
I brought my family here and I had to wait for the guided tour. However, the lady could not speak good English at all and I had to do tour with a German couple and she spoke German all the time and I was given...More
THE huge castle lying above THE city is looking Great. THE museum entrance is 10 euro for all exhibitions and THE ducal museum across the street...but
In THE castle lightning is bad, text is very small written and You mau only take pictures if You...More
This is one of the most elegantly designed castle complexes in Thuringia. The imposing spires, the white walls and open courtyard lead you into a collection of royal suites full of historical objects and portraits. Some of the displays are in English, and you begin...More
T he schloss dominates this pretty town. We only visited the outside and walked in the park. It is worth the walk for the amazing views. Strange to think that members of the British royal family walked here.
It's none too clear how best to reach the Schloss from the rail station. I chose to get the tram to the Orangerie, which meant an initial pleasant walk but then some confusion about whether to go left or right when you reach a fence...More