When Disney had to imagine a castle he had this in his creative mind: Ludwig's castle, inspired by Richard Strauss world and masterpieces. It is of course touristic, crowded and not cheap but magic is around it. You can visit it (book in advance or make a cue, coming also 1 or 2 hours before you planned the visit) or simple admire it. Parking costs, if you do not want to walk (more ore less 30 minutes walk till the castle in a miracolous nature) you can grab a horse (or better to say a carriage run by horses) or a bus. But I suggest to walk.
Shops are down, during the walk and offer souvenirs, chocolate and sweets, pizza and sandwiches. Once close to the castle you can see also Mary's bridge, Ludwig's favourite, walking 15 minutes. View is simply beautiful (it is free but you need to cue even at the bridge).
Amazing and fairy as Disney's imagination.
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