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Paleis Soestdijk Reviews
Ожидали увидеть дворец, в котором только вчера жили, вроде музея Ленина в Горках. К сожалению, наши ожидания не оправдались, так как именно интерьеры той части, где до 2004 жили королева Юлиана и ее м... more »Expect to see Palace, which only yesterday lived like the Lenin Museum in Gorki. Unfortunately, our expectations were not realized, as the interiors of the part where until 2004 lived Queen Juliana and her husband Prince Bernhard, have survived bad-furniture was moved, household items as well. Built-in furniture has survived, but takes a lot of imagination, to restore the life of the Royal couple. Park near the Palace very pleasant half-hour walk in the nice weather will sweeten the disappointment from the lack of excitement inside the Palace.
Een zeer inspirerend bezoek aan Paleis Soestdijk. De rondleiding wordt zeer professioneel gedaan. Heldere lijn in het verhaal met hier en daar leuke anekdotes. De prive-ruimten van Koningin Juliana en... more »A very inspiring visit Palace soestdijk. The tour is very professionally done. Bright line in the story with some nice anecdotes. The private rooms of Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard are surprising. In 1937, the Royal couple an extremely modern and furnished living area with of-the-art technology. Its location on the estates of soestdijk living area makes this very special. The décor gives the simplicity of Queen Juliana. A friendly home for her family. There are rooms that look like the Mondrian villa s in Rotterdam. The movie room is a nice perk. Chairs of gispen. The toy of Bernhard who invited to 204 friends and staff together to watch fim. The Orangery is beautifully decorated and a nice lunch menu. Recently change of operation of the restaurant. Fun and skilled team! Soestdijk Palace and thus Queen Juliana is further developed for the future! I look forward to the implementation of the plans!
Nog net voordat het in particuliere handen over gaat nog een bezoek gebracht aan dit paleis en zijn tuinen en park. In eerste instantie het paleis rondgegaan met een gids. Hierbij krijg je een hoop in... more »Just before into private hands on goes a visited this Palace and its gardens and park. Initially the Palace has gone around with a guide. Here you get a lot of information, but they are bound at the time. In addition, the Group was great. Therefore again later itself (without a guide) a round done in my own pace. Still tasty walked through the gardens, where still other highlights. The paths through the gardens all have "street names". The Palace and its gardens are an important part of the history of Netherlands. You feel here then also part of this history.
Nice to see and hear about its history with a free guided tour. Most rooms are no longer furnished. Nicer when there is an art exhibition going on. The park is lovely
You need to hurry, because this place is open as a museum until end 2017. It's worth to go there,because you'll see how Queen Juliana lived and learn a lot about Dutch history. Besides it's very nice and enthusiastic staff.
The tour guides are friendly an knowledgeable. The palace is nice, through "RESTAURANT DE ORANJERIE" has a long waiting time for very little and basic food. The park is basic. All in all low value for money, though a unique place, which will radiacally change in the near future.
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.
Lovely palace garden with small cafe for a drink.
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