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  1. Neuschwanstein Castle, German Schloss Neuschwanstein, elaborate castle near Füssen, Germany, built atop a rock ledge over the Pöllat Gorge in the Bavarian Alps by order of Bavaria’s King Louis II (“Mad King Ludwig”). Construction began in 1868 and was never completed. Neuschwanstein Castle Neuschwanstein Castle, Bavaria, Germany.

  2. Mar 09, 2022 · The fairytale castle Neuschwanstein is a popular sight in Germany. The castle in Hohenschwangau (Bavaria) was built by order of King Ludwig II and the inspiration for the Disney Cinderella castle. Prepare your tour and Neuschwanstein visit with these tips for tickets. Wilkommen in Schloss Neuschwanstein! Fairytale castle Neuschwanstein in Bavaria

  3. A visit to Neuschwanstein Castle is only possible as part of a guided tour. Tickets for Neuschwanstein Castle are available online at www.hohenschwangau.de and on premise at the Ticket Center Hohenschwangau (limited capacities). The inner courtyard of the castle can currently only be visited as part of the castle tour. News about the restoration

  4. Aug 19, 2021 · Neuschwanstein Castle tickets cost €15 for adults (as of October 2021), and include a guided tour at a specified hour. Tickets for visitors under 18 are free, and there are also reduced entry ...

  5. Neuschwanstein Castle, which translates to New Swan Stone Castle, is one of the biggest castles in the world. The construction of this castle began on 5 September 1869. While construction of the rest of the castle continued, the Gateway building was completed and was ready for occupation by the end of 1873.

  6. 35-minute English guided castle tour run by an official guide of Neuschwanstein Castle. Guided tour around the castle, Marienbrücke (only open if there is no snow & ice) and Alpsee. Shuttle bus to Marienbrücke (only available if there is no snow & ice) Please Note: Visit at Neuschwanstein Castle are only possible within a Guided Tour!

  7. Neuschwanstein is built in a style called “castle romanticism” – and it was a idealistic dream of Ludwig’s – originally designed to include 200 rooms, and partly as homage to Richard Wagner whose operas hugely impressed Ludwig. Construction began in 1869 after the destruction of the medieval castle on site.

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