Don't bother with a tour do the day yourself!!
Me and my partner went to Neuschwanstein Castle from Munich. We caught the train to fussen then it is a local bus to Neuschwanstein Castle. This in total cost €23 for a return ticket per person and t...
Absolutely not worth the money! This place itself is magnificent from the outside but I wouldn't recommend the guided tour inside the castle which is by the way the only way to get to see the inside....
The setting and location are as beautiful as all the pictures suggest. We spent a whole day there and thoroughly enjoyed it. The crowds were still significant despite the Covid situation and sadly we ...
The castle is beautiful and the vews are amazing. That said I would strongly recommend not paying for the tour. You are rushed through just a few rooms and you barely get to stop and breathe for more ...
Road tripping through the coldest south part of Germany. One of my favorite place of the trip was Neuschwanstein Castle which looks like a fairy letale castle.
The castle is located in Bavaria new the town of Fussen.
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M.004: Schloss Neuschwanstein is one of the most visited sights in Germany. It looks pretty much like a Fairy Tale Castle in the fall. - Sep.30, 2006
Neuschwenstein castle is located 2-3 hours away from Munich, Germany, by bus. This castle is high up on a hill, with a very picturesque scenery at the background, making this castle look like those castles we usually see in disney movies or other fairy tales! If you visit here, make sure you also go to the bridge viewpoint where the angle of the castle at its best. It requires a little bit of hike, but I guarantee it is worth the sweat! #HalloTrip
Standing magically at the Bavarian Alps, Neuschwanstein Castle is everyone’s fantasy dream! 🏰
Has anyone been to this fairytale? 😍
Neuschwanstein Castle is on a small mountain peak in the suburbs of Fussen, a small town on the southern border of Germany. It has a fairy-tale appearance, with a blend of beautiful scenery. Its interior decoration is sumptuous. Inspired by the musical "Swan Knight," the Bavarian King Ludwig II took many years to build it. Regardless of the season and from which angle you view the castle, it pleases the eyes. Neuschwanstein Castle attracts visitors from all over the world.