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Schloss Nymphenburg

Bike Touring Highlight

Recommended by 102 out of 107 cyclists


  • Haslbeck

    Sightseeing highlight, excursion destination, park for walking, with café and museum shop

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  • Bernd

    The castle Nymphenburg is one of the highlights in Munich. With its extensive palace parks and the large driveway, it served the Bavarian rulers as a summer residence and is one of the largest and most beautiful royal castles in Europe. It is the birthplace of King Ludwigs.

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  • michael rieß

    The Nympenburg Castle and its extensive park invite you to visit in any weather. If you go deeper into the park, the visitors get lost and you are relatively alone. Worth Seeing: Pagodengurg on the Small Lake, Temple of Apollo on Lake Baden, the small, inconspicuous and somewhat hidden pond in the northern end, there are magnificent dragonflies, the village with the green well house. There are also some trees with inhabitants that we rarely see: owls and bats.If there is still time, you can pass the Schlosscafé Palmengarten, in the direction of Magdalenenklause, in the Botanical Garden. When the weather is bad, a visit to the Schlosswirtschat "Schwaige", or the museum "Man and Nature".Geocashers also get their money's worth in and around the park. Cycling is prohibited.Have fun!

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  • Martina

    The castle park is NOT allowed (by bike).

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  • Klaus Wagenhäuser

    As far as I know you can not even push the bike. Unfortunately it has to stay outside.

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  • Sven

    On the northern side, near the Museum Man and Nature, there is a larger parking for bicycles, there is also the rental station for MVG wheels.

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  • Elevation510 m