There is so much to explore.
From Ludwigsburg Residential Palace to the world-famous ruins at Heidelberg, our palaces are full of surprises.
Each year, Heidelberg Palace attracts around a million visitors. These impressive ruins are synonymous with Romanticism.
Ludwigsburg Residential Palace is one of the largest Baroque buildings in Europe to survive in its original condition.
Weikersheim Palace with its Baroque garden is widely regarded as the most beautiful palace in the Hohenlohe region.
Schwetzingen Palace is famous for the beauty and harmony of its gardens. The original design survives to this day.
Visitors entering the grand courtyard at Bruchsal Palace are greeted with a splendid and colourful sight.
With a vast countryard and a façade spanning more than 400 metres, Mannheim has one of the largest palaces in Europe.
Rastatt Favorite Palace is the oldest German "porcelain palace" and the only to survive almost unchanged to this day.
The perfectly-proportioned Rastatt Residential palace is the oldest Baroque residence in the Upper Rhine Valley.
The impressive architectural ensemble of Solitude Palace is Duke Carl Eugen's most ambitious and personal creation.
This former residence of the Prince-Bishops of Constance is an impressive sight with its staircase by Balthasar Neumann.
Tettnang New Palace with its spectacular Baroque interiors is one of the most beautiful palaces in Upper Swabia.
Large and stately, Ellwangen Palace is a prominent landmark and a symbol of the town of Ellwangen.
Urach Residential Palace was built in the early 15th century as the home of Count Ludwig I von Württemberg.
Kirchheim Palace is probably the best-maintained example of the fortresses built by the dutchy of Württemberg.
The baroque Favorite Palace in Ludwigsburg, once a hunting palace, boasts fully preserved Neoclassical interiors.
The former Cistercian abbey at Salem is one of the most important heritage sites in the Lake Constance region.
A tour around the monastery church, refectory and dormitory brings the history of this former Cistercian monastery to life.
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