In 143 km from Bad Reichenhall, at the address: Schloß Nymphenburg 1, 80638 München, Germany
the Palace is located, which was built by four generations of the Wittelsbach family for 100 years. During construction, it was planned that this building would become a summer residence.
The website: Nymphenburg Palace
As I understood from the website, (i have not visited it yet) this is something like our Peterhof... A big palace with the saved interiors, park with an area of 221 ha (there is much place where to walk) and some museums and exhibition halls. A bonus can serve as a ride on a gondola on the Central channel. You can make photos without flash on the amateur camera.
The working time: October-March - from 10 until 16 o'clock, April-October - 9-18 o'clock. At this moment (May 2018) the south gallery is closed on the restoration (hall 14). There is an audio guide, in Russian language too. Park January - March, November, December - 6-18 o'clock, May - September - from 6.00 until 21.30. Fountains work from Easter to the middle of October from 10 until 12 o'clock and from 14 until 16 o'clock.
Tickets: adults - 15.00 euros (in winter - 12.00) - it is the ticket for visiting the palace, museums, park, children under 18 - free. For the full information about the prices for tickets look at the website , you can buy tickets for separate museums and buildings. In the north wing of the building" the museum of nature and human" is situated - State Natural science collection of Bavaria. The Northern part of the Park borders the Munich Botanical garden. In General, this is a walk for the whole day, with a sea of impressions, falling off your feet and a good mood - guaranteed!
Attention!!! In Nymphenburg Palace, special excursions with audio guide for children are held. The cost is 3,5 euros, the duration is 1 hour, for children from 6 to 12 years.