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Thurn und Taxis Palace

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A piece of history

We went as part of a tour. The site has its own guides and worth the expense to get the full affect... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Ormond Beach, Florida
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This Palace is totally worth seeking out. Yes, there are beautiful rooms and furnishings, but the... read more

Reviewed 15 May 2018
Sydney, Australia
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Emmeramsplatz 5, 93047, Regensburg, Bavaria, Germany
+49 941 50480
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We went as part of a tour. The site has its own guides and worth the expense to get the full affect of the castle and abbey. A very unique place in history.

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Reviewed 15 May 2018

This Palace is totally worth seeking out. Yes, there are beautiful rooms and furnishings, but the experience is heightened by the fact that the Prince and his family still live here. Weddings and parties still happen in the Ballroom; indeed our group entered the familt...More

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Reviewed 14 May 2018

Our Danube River holiday markets cruise stopped in Regensburg to visit the old town sites which in and of themselves were very impressive. But of all the Christmas markets on the cruise from Vienna to Nuremberg, the one at Regensburg's Thurn and Taxis Palace was...More

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Reviewed 19 March 2018 via mobile

Paid to take the guided tour through the palace where the royal family still lives. Magnificent rooms and very friendly guide! I had the audio tour in English while he led the tour in German, but he stopped to explain things to me in English...More

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Reviewed 4 March 2018

Beautiful private Christmas Market with a variety of booths showcasing handmade gifts. Opportunities to sit inside to enjoy a hot Gluwein or Espresso. Children loved the Camels and the music.

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Reviewed 23 January 2018

We visited the Palace during Advent season in the late afternoon when their Christmas Market was taking place. Though it was dark out when we went the view of the castle as we approached was still stunning. The exquisite interior reminded me of visiting some...More

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Reviewed 4 January 2018

This is a very interesting palace with a lot to see with a guided tour. The cloisters that the palace was constructed above are accessible and really worth a visit.

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Reviewed 3 January 2018

We took a river cruise on the Danube in early December and visited many Christmas Markets. I have to say the one at Thur and Taxis was the best. Although all of the other markets had wonderful "goodies", I found the market here very quaint,...More

Thank DebiSlaughter
Reviewed 15 December 2017

We visited this palace while on a Tauck river boat cruise. Fortunately, Tauck had arranged for English speaking guides. Our guide was excellent. The owners live in the palace which made it more interesting. The rooms shown are the over-the-top type extravagance. We were there...More

Thank ValGary2014
Reviewed 13 October 2017

The museum is an interesting blend of private and state responsibility and ownership.Much is in the splendid stables for which there are original paintings showing the equine occupation. The lay out is good and displays uncrowded. Porcelain, silver, furniture paintings etc. The treasury included an...More

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27 May 2015|
Response from LOUISE C |
yes you have to take a taxi to go down town Regensburg, but it's wourth every minute of it, very interestiong town, protected by Unesco. Go for it......
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