Realizará un paseo en barco a la isla de Herreninsel en Chiemsee, el lago más grande de Baviera. Aquí encontrará otro resultado de la fantástica imaginación del rey Luis II. El Castillo Real de Herrenchiemsee es una réplica del Palacio de Versalles y fue el más grande, más caro y último castillo del rey Luis II.
tiempo corto para verlo por dentro con guía, el resto del viaje perdido te hacen salir a otra isla a comer sin interés turístico ya que en ésta isla existe lugar donde comer, perdiendo el tiempo tontamente y lo que te interesaba ver lo pierdes, es lamentable.
Beautiful island and castle. The bus/boat ride was great. As was the tour guide for that part of the tour Elizabeth.
However, once on the island, we were turned over to another guide who took us to the castle. She had a really bad attitude and acted like she didn't care if we were there or not. Then, once inside the castle, we were turned over to a 3rd guide who took us on the usual rushed tour through the castle.
la guide, au demeurant fort sympathique, ne parle pas un mot de français, même pour annoncer les heures de départ, d'arrivée ou de durée !
Elle a parlé très longtemps, et pas de traduction audio
This castle was breathtaking. You have to walk through the woods for a little bit, but when you reach it, it's absolutely gorgeous. Our tour guide was ok. I wish our tour guide was more informative, she didn't really say munch unless someone from our group had questions. Our tour guide for the castle was better, she told us more than our actual tour guide for this trip. Still a really good tour though.
A relaxing day trip form Munich...with a fair amount of queuing for ferries. But THAT is the point in visiting islands in a beautiful lake. With this size crowd, there's a fair amount of waiting for others to use the WC, then search for coffee. But, the vistas are beautiful, and it's easy to see feel a part of the weekenders who long ago made this their retreat to the southern Bavaria countryside.
The Royal Castle of Herrenchiemsee is very beautiful, has an interesting history and is the best part of the tour. The remainder of the tour was a stretch. We had lunch at a restaurant chosen for us, a short visit to a lovely old convent church and then we walked around the small island just marking time. I would have preferred to return to Munich after Herrenchiemsee but we shared the bus with another tour and had to wait their return.
A little over an hour drive from Munich, the city of Prien Am Chimsee houses the Chimsee lake which is the largest lake in Germany. It has a couple of islands in it and this tour went to two of them, the Herren Insel and the Frauen Insel. The former, houses the Herrenchimsee Palace which was one of the three palaces built under the mad king, Ludwig. Although it was never completed, this palace is still beautiful and worth the visit. Majority of the furniture and fixtures of the place are still original and one can learn a lot about King Ludwig through the things you will find inside this palace. The island of Frauen Insel is also equally lovely. The centerpiece of this island is an old monastery still being used by Benedictine nuns. Make sure you're wearing comfortable shoes if you choose to take this tour for there will be a lot walking and a small hike through a forest in this tour. Ran by Gray Line Tours which is based in Munich, I highly recommend this very relaxing tour. Our tour guides Alexandra and Elizabeth were equally competent in leading this tour. Both are very knowledgeable of the place and also made the tour a lot more enjoyable for each and every guests.