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Neuschwanstein Castle

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Neuschwansteinstr. 20
Schwangau, Bayern 87645

 +49 8362/939880

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"Munich is another of our favorite European cities, I worked for Siemens there for seven years and have had adventures all around Bavaria, Some of our favorites are Neuschwanstein CastleFestung Hohensalzburg."  See More

"Best bit - unlike Neuschwanstein Castle - no Tourists."  See More

"I don't know if you've seen Neuschwanstein Castle and Hohenschwangau castles, but they're worth seeing if a bit touristy."  See More

"Unfortunately this is not quite possible, Salzburg is in the South easterly direction from Munich while Neuschwanstein Castle is in the almost opposite direction more to the south west You need a couple of days to make this possible"  See More

"If lines are long, then you might have to pick just one, in which case Neuschwanstein Castle is much more interesting to visit than Hohenschwangau."  See More

"A good detour from either city would be Fussen and the Neuschwanstein Castle and Hohenschwangau castles."  See More

"You can take lots of day trips from these cities-from Munich I arranged a day trip which took in Neuschwanstein Castle, Linderhof Palace, Oberammergau-only about 2 hours from Munich."  See More

"If you want to take a day trip, a trip to Fussen and the Neuschwanstein Castle and Hohenschwangau castle complex."  See More

"From Munich I'd recommend taking a day trip to Fussen and Neuschwanstein Castle."  See More

"5) Neuschwanstein Castle Another day trip by car - but this might just be the most beautiful castle in all of Germany."  See More

"From Munich is easy to visit Neuschwanstein Castle (think Disney castle)-must book train ticket 2 days before-a Bayern ticket is good-train goes to Fussen, then a bus next to station takes you to Hohenschwangau where the ticket office is."  See More

"A lot of people may suggest a trip to Neuschwanstein Castle; I don't."  See More

"So you are already planning to go to Schwangau to see Neuschwanstein Castle correct?"  See More

"In that same area would be Neuschwanstein Castle and Tyrol."  See More

"And Bavaria to visit Neuschwanstein Castle We had a fantastic time and prices seemed to be slightly cheaper then the states other than gas, but the car was very fuel efficient."  See More

"Another option would be to head from Copenhagen down to Munich / Salzburg and take some time for the castles of Bavaria such as Neuschwanstein Castle."  See More

"From Munich, you can go to Neuschwanstein Castle."  See More

"After Oktoberfest, I would suggest that you visit Neuschwanstein Castle as it is not only in a beautiful valley, but it is a stunning example of a fairy-tale castle."  See More

"If you have time, take a day tour to Neuschwanstein Castle - Cinderella's castle in the south of Germany!"  See More

"We did Dachau Concentration Camp and Fussen/Neuschwanstein Castle which were great!"  See More

"And I'll second all the information about Neuschwanstein Castle."  See More

"Dachau Concentration Camp would be the closest and the King Ludwig trifecta of Linderhof Palace, Neuschwanstein Castle and Hohenschwangau are also great options."  See More

"The way down to Neuschwanstein Castle will take you to Fussen from Munich - reachable by car via Autobahn and secondary highways - nothing spectacular here, and once you've done that, you can drive over to Oberammergau and to Linderhof."  See More

"Neuschwanstein Castle is probably the castle you're thinking of and yes, it is definitely a tourist hot spot."  See More

"Neuschwanstein Castle is far from Munich, and as it was built as a fake from day one, its not really all that fabulous."  See More

"I would make it a priority to see Munich Residenz and Neuschwanstein Castle if you're into architecture."  See More

"From Munich, you can also visit Neuschwanstein Castle (a bit touristic but still breathtaking as it is the castle which inspired Walt Disney), Salzburg (which is at the border with Austria) and the concentration camp of Dachau"  See More

"Nymphenburg Palace, Marienplatz, Deutsches Museum, New Town Hall and Neuschwanstein Castle, Hill Castle."  See More

"to Fussen (great place to base for Neuschwanstein Castle and the town was quite pretty) to Innsbruck (gorgeous drive up and over the Alps) to Lindau (alond Bodensee Lake) to Stuttgart to Heidelberg (one of my favorite cities ever) and back to Munich."  See More

"Some possibilities are the university town of Tubingen, Hohenzollern Castle, Lichtenstein Castle (looks awesome from outside but haven't been there yet), Fussen, Neuschwanstein Castle, and Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Zugspitze (highest mountain in Germany) is a very challenging hike, or an expensive ride up."  See More

"I guess your boyfriend will like it ;) If you can go to Neuschwanstein Castle."  See More

"You could visit Versailles, Giverny, or Mont Saint-Michel in France and Neuschwanstein Castle or Dachau in Germany."  See More

"I'd say visiting Fussen and the Neuschwanstein Castle would be quite romantic."  See More

"To the south we have Munich, Nuremberg Regensburg Rothenburg Heidelberg and of course the Neuschwanstein Castle."  See More

"Also, if you head south and want to see what the Disney Castle was based on, head to Neuschwanstein Castle."  See More

"Also check out Neuschwanstein Castle already famous by itself."  See More

"Also you can't go wrong with Berchtesgaden with Hitlers reconstructed Eagles nest, Garmisch-Partenkirchen with their painted buildings, OberammergauPassion Play or Neuschwanstein Castle which is where Walt Disney got his idea for Cinderella's Castle."  See More

"There are castles, other than Neuschwanstein Castle and great stores and architecture."  See More

"Neuschwanstein Castle is beautiful and can easily be done in a day from Munich's central train station with a day tour group (for around 40euro)."  See More

"Neuschwanstein Castle is gorgeous - definitely a good choice!"  See More

"If you go to Fussen dont forget to check out Neuschwanstein Castle also."  See More

"We also enjoyed the village of Fussen even though it is the gateway to Neuschwanstein Castle and we stayed 2 nights and could have stayed much longer in Lindau, which was right on the Lake Constance."  See More

"We easily walked to the taxi stand, bus stop (for Neuschwanstein Castle), the train station, many restaurants and a grocery store."  See More

"Fussen is a great spot to launch an alpine hike and obviously to check out Neuschwanstein Castle."  See More

"I am guessing you are headed that direction to visit Neuschwanstein Castle?"  See More

"Beieren (Bavaria)-small towns like Rothenberg and Fussen near Neuschwanstein Castle-the setting is something out of dreams, the food is so much fun and some of the friendliest people I've ever met."  See More

"We hopped off and on the Romantic Road, which has some nice villages, but were mainly on it to get to King Ludwig's Castles, Neuschwanstein Castle and Hohenschwangau."  See More

"A must for any traveler going to Dutchland is to visit Heidelberg Castle, Stuttgart & the Neuschwanstein Castle which is where Walt Disney got his idea for Cinderella's Castle."  See More

"We stayed in Fussen when we visited Neuschwanstein Castle and I loved the city."  See More

"My personal opinion would be to head from Neuschwanstein Castle to Fussen and spend a night on the lake just outside of town."  See More

"From there, I would go up to Neuschwanstein Castle and on to Munich."  See More

"You can always hit up Schloss Neuschwanstein, which although I've been to Germnay many times and also lived there I've never done."  See More

"You could do Munich and Schloss Neuschwanstein which is very romantic."  See More

"I am sure you must be having Schloss Neuschwanstein in your list already."  See More

"rent a bike from Friedrichshafen Bodensee and ride to Lindau of course, the famous castles of Schloss Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau always score big with the youngtimers in history."  See More

"Finally spend the rest of your time in Fussen and Schloss Neuschwanstein."  See More

"You should perhaps consider the following Bavarian locations; Schloss Neuschwanstein but get your tickets online and way in advance as this is a very popular destination."  See More

"Schloss Neuschwanstein is in a class of its own, spectacularly photo-genic, and the surrounding grounds are highly walk-able, which can bring you around behind the main building and above it, which is a unique kodak moment all by itself."  See More

"Schloss Neuschwanstein (Disney fame) Zugspitze / Garmisch-Partenkirchen K√∂nigssee and Berchtesgaden (highly recommended) Salzburg (one day trip) Innsbruck caves"  See More

"Nearby (about a 30 minute bus ride) is Schloss Neuschwanstein, which is what Walt Disney modeled his famous Disney Castle on."  See More

"If you have time, take the train to visit Schloss Neuschwanstein just outside of Fussen."  See More

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