The Electoral Palace in Koblenz is one of the most important palatial buildings in the French early Classicism style in south-western Germany, and is one of the last residential palaces that was built in Germany shortly before the French revolution.
Today, the middle section of the palace offers exclusive rooms for festive banquets, meetings and family celebrations.
The exclusive Grand Café is open to all and invites you to come and visit. Up towards the Rhine, there are also freely accessible, beautiful terraced gardens.
Prince Clemens Wenzeslaus constructed the Electoral Palace from 1777 to 1786. The Prussian Crown Prince lived here from 1850 to 1858 and was later home to Kaiser Wilhelm I as a Prussian military governor. The Electoral Palace was destroyed down to its outer walls in 1944 but was rebuilt in 1950/51.