The historic Nymphenburg Castle, also known as Nymph's Castle, is one of Munich's most famous sights. This baroque Bavarian palace used to be the main summer residence of the region's rulers and it's not hard to see why. Immaculate gardens, cascading fountains and lush interiors grace this famous home, which today welcomes more than 300,000 visitors per year.
Discover the Castle of Nymphenburg and beyond
The main interior of Nymphenburg palace lies behind a 700 metre-wide baroque façade - and through its doors lie a spectrum of truly impressive sights. The Stone Hall in the central pavilion stretches over three levels, capped by a ceiling fresco depicting the ancient Greek god, Helios. Throughout the palace, much of the baroque designs have survived, alongside examples of rococo or neoclassical decoration.
Outside the main palace, pavilions and wings house a variety of artefacts and curiosities, whilst the great 200-hectare park is a highlight of the palace grounds. With a preserved Baroque garden, central waterfall and long canal, the park at Nymphenburg is the perfect place to explore and unwind.
Explore Nymphenburg Castle from the Park Inn by Radisson Munich Frankfurter Ring
With an ideal location near Munich's best attractions including Nymphenburg Castle, the Park Inn by Radisson, Munich Frankfurter Ring, offers a fantastic central location with friendly service and 81 comfortable rooms.
Thanks to its situation and easy transport links, it is also the ideal Munich hotel
for visitors to base themselves in, whilst exploring the sights of the city. From here you will also be perfectly situated to attend some of the city’s most iconic events, such as the Christmas Markets and the world’s most famous party, Oktoberfest.