Take a tour of Nymphenburg Palace in Munich, Germany – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats. Built in Munich in the 17th and 18th centuries, the Nymphenburg Palace is over half a mile long. This decadent palace, though largely baroque, incorporates many architectural styles popular in Western Europe during that period. The baroque and porcelain statues that surround the palace and park are just another example of the adornments lavished upon this structure. Throughout the complex, you will find exquisite features, beautiful frescoes and decorated ceilings. Take the walk of kings and queens through the expansive park of beautiful gardens and stunning water features. There are even museums inside that showcase artifacts like royal carriages and handcrafted pieces. Nymphenburg Palace is certainly worth your visit at any day and any season.