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Paleis Soestdijk, Soestdijk

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#11 of 36 in Sightseeing in Utrecht Province
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  • Very interesting experience to feel where and how our royal family lived. The palace comes across bigger than it actually is. You learn that also the royal family has a living room, office etc. next t...  more »
  • There was a movie night at Paleis Soestdijk. The movie The Kings Speech was displayed. Really good movie shown in a good place. Walked around a bit in the gardens of the palace. There are toilets next...  more »
  • The palace lost its past glory and not well maintained due to lack of funds or interest from anybody. It's still an interesting place to visit to have a glimpse on way of living of the Dutch Royal fam...  more »
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  • Paleis Soestdijk is opened from Friday to Sunday and it is a medium-sized palace. It is huge outside but there is not much to see inside. All porcelains are removed and the cupboards are all empty(see photos). The portraits exhibition is unattractive to me. Most decorations and furniture are not there. The staffs are very friendly. The royal garden is small and has a few items such as a lake with usual fountain, wooden white bridge, wooden chair, wooden house and a hut to show only. It will take half day or less to visit. I would recommend Paleis Het Loo instead. It is the best palace in Holland.
  • We went here to visit the palace. Our tour guide was really excited, and was happy to tell us everything he knew about the place. I enjoyed it a lot.
  • I went to a jazz and wine festival there. These palace and garden are beautiful and the lake is breathtaking. If you take the tour, the person in charge will explain what this garden meant to the different queens through the Dutch history.
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  • Concert at the palace grounds