Neuschwanstein Castle

Castle Neuschwanstein

Castle Neuschwanstein small group day tour from Munich. Neuschwanstein Castle in Schwangau, Germany: A fairy-tale castle of the "fairy-tale king". Novesvanstein Neuschwanstein was opened to the general public seven a week after the demise of Ludwig II in 1886. Â The timid prince had constructed the castle to retreat from civic activity â now crowds of visitors came to visit his castle. Neuschwanstein is one of the most famous and beloved fortresses in Europe.

Each year 1.4 million visitors come to "the castle of the fairy-tale king". Neuschwanstein and its surroundings couldn't be more picturesque.

Bavarian Palace Department | Neuschwanstein Castle

The preservation of all characteristics of Neuschwanstein Castle is an on-going challenge. The rooms are still open to the public, but as a protection some of the drapes were closed and others were removed; furnishings with fabric components such as the royal beds and various footstools and armchairs were provided with shelters.

This does not affect the route to the castle or the guides. This does not affect the route to the castle or the guides. According to our experiences most of our guests come to Neuschwanstein between July and September, so that especially in this period you have to expect a lot of waitings. All available admission cards may also be on sale by noon.

Therefore, we suggest that you select a different period to see Neuschwanstein Castle. The admission ticket can be booked out for a certain date. Therefore we ask you to book your ticket in good tim. Visits to Neuschwanstein Castle are only possible with a guide. Backpacks, pushchairs, prams and similar cumbersome items may not be taken into the lock.

Photography and filmmaking is not admissible in the castle. Schloss Neuschwanstein is located on the outskirts of the Ammergebirge National Park, so it is not permissible to use aeroplanes or drones/multicopters. Pets are not admitted in the castle.

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