Pałac Linderhof

Linderhof Palace – my tour of Bavaria

The third place I visited on the second day of the trip was Linderhof Palace. Like Neuschwanstein, it was under renovation.

Linderhof Palace
Linderhof Palace

Linderhof Castle

That’s why we didn’t manage to see one of the most interesting elements of the trip – the largest artificial cave in Europe – the Grotto of Venus, illustrating the first act of Richard Wagner’s Opera “Tannhäuser”. It’s a pity, because the pictures were stunning.

Geyser in front of the palace Linderhof Palace

However, we managed to see the castle from the inside, and part of the gardens. And yes, if you read my earlier post, it was raining almost all the time. Sometimes weaker and sometimes stronger.

Fortunately, we managed to get an artificial geyser for the show (normally it should throw water every 30 minutes). You read the geyser so well – because it would be difficult to name what this fountain does otherwise. It is worth mentioning here that this is the only palace of Ludwig II of Bavaria that has been completed. It was also the last palace we saw in the Alps. Which does not mean that we ended the day with its sightseeing.

Geyser in front of the palace
Geyser in front of the palace

The program also included a dinner in the picturesque town of Etal.

Lokalizacja Linderhof

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