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I reserved our time slot around 2 months in advance and it’s a good job we did. Visiting on a sunny day in August means huge queues even to get in the car park. We arrived at approximately 8.20 am, went straight to the ticket...More
I would never wish on anyone the treatement the guy in the picture gave me. After over half an hour in a queue we arrive finally at the car park. Being full, The guy decides he has done enough for the day (not even 12pm)...More
Magic, beautiful and very dreamy place to visit.
This castle holds to be the true inspiration for Walt Disney castle theme and when you see it you will know why.
The castle was built by king Ludwig II. And it was his last home thill...More
The castle, situation and finished rooms are one of a kind. We had rain , mist and sun all in one day . Which gave several different atmospheres... on the other hand , the unfinished rooms have some sadness about them , as Ludwig ‘s...More
Hard to come across anything prettier. Great place to spend the whole day hiking. You can cover more if you are there early. After or around noon; the place gets really crowded. The castle matches the artistic sense of its creator and the history of...More
We left for Neuschwanstein Castle via the train station in Munich. The train ride was beautiful as we rolled thru the Bavarian countryside.
There is a bit of a climb, as you walk up the Bavarian Alps to get to the castle and for some...More
As we were in the area, we decided to stop and visit the infamous castle. Upon entering the village we knew this was gonna be a challenge, the town is overrun with people, so many many people. So instead we decided to just take a...More
Based in Munich, I wasn't sure if the 90min drive would be worth the trip. We are so glad however that we made the effort. We couldn't get a ticket to visit he castle inside but you can walk around the outside for free an...More
DB sells a "Bayern Ticket" which is 25 Euros for the first person and 6 Euros for each additional person and allows your group on/off transport (train and bus) from 9am til 3pm the following day. When you are at the castle... More
DB sells a "Bayern Ticket" which is 25 Euros for the first person and 6 Euros for each additional person and allows your group on/off transport (train and bus) from 9am til 3pm the following day. When you are at the castle you can purchase a ticket for Neuschwanstein only or add Hohenschwangau (beside it) with a combo ticket. We found the Hohenschwangau tour a bit lacking and it doubles your cost, However, they do describe Ludwig's life before Neuschwangau a bit. The tour of Hohenschwangau is pretty brief as they only tour a very small part of it. Take a swimming suit and go for a swim in the lake if you have a long time before your tour.