Ludwigslust Palace, Ludwigslust

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Ludwigslust Palace (German: Schloss Ludwigslust) is a stately home or schloss in the town of Ludwigslust, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, northern Germany. It was built as a hunting lodge, rebuilt as a luxurious retreat from the ducal capital, Schwerin, then became for a time (1765–1837) the center of government. It was the "joy" of Prince Christian Ludwig, the heir of the Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, hence the name Ludwigslust.
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  • We stopped here on our way from Hamburg to Berlin. We are glad we did. It is a well preserved Palace which is accessible for the first 2 floors, 4.50 euro for Seniors. Has a lovely coffee shop in the....  more »
  • You can easily visit this castle when you're traveling by train from Berlin to the North (Schwerin and further). From the railway station it is a 20 minutes walk to the castle, and you'll walk to...  more »
  • We found the surrounding area and the park more interesting then the castle the church opposite was also interesting. We had a fine coffee with Kuchen in the castle lounge
  • Not much to see in terms of treasure but great atmosphere. Make sure you plan for a visit in the cafe as well make enough time to stroll in the splendid parks.
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