Palaces, Parks and Gardens: simply magical.

Defiant medieval fortresses, baroque castles with sweeping gardens, strictly classical ensembles or romantic quotations from various periods; Germany's cultural legacy is defined by the symbiosis of nature, architecture and countryside – our duty is to open up this legacy to as many travellers as possible.
An open summer house with tables out front, purple tulips in the foreground and blossoming cherry trees in the background
Horticultural centre (Park der Gärten) in Bad Zwischenahn.

Horticultural centre (Park der Gärten) in Bad Zwischenahn is Germany's largest model garden and a cosmopolitan, interactive forum for garden and nature lovers of all ages. A small scent arena, a fragrance organ, scented plants, a touch garden with information in Braille, a barefoot path and a sound island guarantee an adventure for all the senses.

Interior room of the Zederngalerie in Schönhausen Castle
Schönhausen Castle in Berlin

In the 18th century, the baroque Schönhausen Castle in Berlin was the summer residence of Queen Elisabeth Christine, consort of Frederick the Great, and later became the seat of the East German President. Audio guides are available in plain language and for partially sighted visitors, as well as video guides in sign language.

View of Herrenchiemsee Palace and lake in front with the statue of the 'Seine' in the foreground
Herrenchiemsee Palace

In 1878, King Ludwig II began building the 'Bavarian Versailles' — Herrenchiemsee Palace showed the monarch's admiration of King Louis XIV of France. The palace can be reached by a wheelchair-friendly boat trip across Lake Chiemsee. The museums in the New Palace and the Augustine canon seminary are particularly recommended.



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