Ningfenbao Palace is located in the outskirts of Munich. It's very big and magnificent. When the weather is good, the pictures taken by the Palace of Blue Sky and White Cloud are really beautiful. The decoration of the palace is delicate and luxurious. Although it is not as noble as the palace, it can be seen everywhere in tranquility.
After getting off the bus, we went to the palace. We had to go through a river. A group of swans and ducks were swimming in the upper reaches of the river. A group of birds were flying in the sky. The whole picture was very beautiful. The palace was far away. There were tickets to visit, but no photos were allowed. The Palace was the place where the royal family used to live. It was decorated magnificently. There were many oil paintings around it. We liked to enjoy it without any precautions.
Ningfenbao Palace is a famous tourist attraction in Munich, Germany. There are many parking spaces at the entrance. There are many cars, which need to be quick-sighted and handy. Ningfenbao Grand Palace needs to buy tickets. The garden is free of charge. There are access entrances on both sides. We only went to the main castle. It was not big. It was attracted by its decorative paintings. It was beautiful. Take a walk in the garden of Ningfenbao to listen to the folk music and beautiful songs.
It's a very worthwhile place to go. Look at the Mole's masterpiece on the lawn at the entrance to see how good the environment is. The paintings inside are very beautiful, especially the portraits of ladies collected by the two dukes. They are a collection of European beautiful women recognized by the time and souvenirs of the two Dukes who have painted down the beautiful women they met in their lives. The roof oil painting is a rare and exquisite product. The appearance of the palace is only general, showing which era of praise of the firm!
Starting from Munich Railway Station, take Tram No. 17, and you will arrive at Ningfenbao Palace in 20 minutes to the west of the city. Looking from a distance across the canal and artificial lake, the long and narrow palace stands at the end of the horizon, not so grand and dignified as a jade belt on the earth. See the lake before you arrive at the palace. Kings of Bavaria seem to have an almost pathological love for swans. In this man-made lake with regular atmospheric shape, water birds can be seen flying over the surface of the lake to the white swans as usual. Palace gardens are open for free. Many residents of the city will bring their children here when they are free, feed swans, see the scenery and ride bicycles. The central building of the palace was built in 1664. At first it was just a small square summer resort. It was built to celebrate the birth of Henriet Adelaide's heir, Max Emmanuel. Later, when Marx ascended the throne, the Ningfenbao Palace was expanded and the most luxurious Rococo-style hall in Germany, Steinerner Saal, was built. Today's stone hall is still gorgeous and charming. The cream-white walls and ceilings are painted with brightly colored murals, which re-outline the soft vine pattern with gold paint. Giant crystal chandeliers hang low, and a group of pupils, led by their teachers, sit down and listen to stories about kings, queens, princesses and princes. Cappi stood in the middle of the stone hall, moved to tears - "ah, I finally came to Europe, this is the first palace I saw." Although Ningfenburg Palace is far less famous than Versailles Palace in France, Meiquan Palace in Austria, but this hall is transparent, colorful, still has other palaces than the bright and gorgeous.
If you don't have time to go to New Swan Castle, you can actually go to Ningfenburg for a walk. The garden is beautiful. Many swans live with wild ducks and waterbirds. There are several exhibitions and museums in the building that you can choose to see. (Tram No. 17 can get to the railway station)