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Neuschwanstein Castle and Linderhof Palace Day Tour from Munich
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Neuschwanstein Castle and Linderhof Palace Day Tour from Munich

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Bavaria is famous for its fairy-tale castles, built by King Ludwig II, the “Mad King,” and this tour from Munich visits two of the most beautiful. Enjoy a stop and optional tour of Linderhof Castle; marvel at Neuschwanstein Castle, known as the “Sleeping Beauty” castle with a stop and optional tour; wander Hohenschwangau village; and admire the bold murals and medieval houses of Oberammergau.
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chimayred wrote a review Oct 2019
Durham, New Hampshire1919 contributions546 helpful votes
we walked from TegelbergBahn to the castle via this path. Ask TI for directions. If you leave TegelbergBahn, keep walking toward the castle on the paths. When you get to the little river, cross it, and go left, continue through a lumberyard, go around to the right, then bear left so that the yard remains on your left; you'll come to a sign and to the right is the hill Neuschwanstein is on, and the path up. Wow. We're in our late 50's early 60's (well...mid 60's) and in good shape and it was a haul, but worth it. At the top, you are at the road around the castle, which you can't miss.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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2 T wrote a review Oct 2019
Golconda, Illinois29 contributions43 helpful votes
We hiked the complete trail from the bottom along the river all the way to the top where you can look down on the castle. You can also see the nearby castle where the tragic king grew up.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Shelleyash wrote a review Sep 2019
San Diego, California1832 contributions388 helpful votes
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This quick 30 minute (or less) hike is a must do for nature lovers! Just as interesting as the castle! Beautiful hike up to the Neuschwanstein castle, it goes under Mary’s bridge and there are lots of great photo opportunities! If your able to hike, take this scenic route and you will be glad you did. It’s much more beautiful and interesting than the paved path most people take. Terrain varies from flat to inclined to actual metal stairs going across the side of the mountain. Really good guard rail so it’s safe for kids.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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TDHSNJ wrote a review Jun 2019
New Jersey677 contributions295 helpful votes
It was worth the many steps to get that our tour guide told us to take to get to an area beneath the waterfall and Mary's Bridge that hasn't been open for many years. The view is incredible and the photo ops are stunning.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Tony B wrote a review Jun 2019
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The Pollat Gorge at New Schwanstein is open again after repairs made for damage caused by rock slides. What a nice way to come down from the big castle. It’s quiet, after all the crowds, and it is an easy hike. The hills, the river, the rocks make for a nice experience in the Bavarian mountains. We enjoyed the roar of the rapids and the hike overhanging the river. Very nice!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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