Neuschwanstein Castle , Hohenschwangau
Neuschwanstein Castle , Hohenschwangau - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Neuschwansteinstraße 20, 87645 Schwangau, Germany
Ticket Price: 23 EUR
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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About Neuschwanstein Castle , Hohenschwangau
Neuschwanstein Castle is a picturesque Romanesque Revivalcastle that was built in the 19th century. Exotic locations and views that will blow your mind is what the destination is all about. The castle looks like something that came out of a movie and is a must visit destination for anyone who comes to the destination. More than 61 million people have visited this destination. The castle has been featured in many movies as well Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and The Great Escape.
Neuschwanstein Castle Ticket Prices
- 12 euros regular/11 euros reduced
- Children and young people under 18 are free.
- Konigsticket (King's ticket) for both Neuschwanstein Castle and Hohenschwangau Castle on the same day: 23 euros regular/21 euros reduced
- Kombiticket "Konigsschlosser" (combination ticket King Ludwig II's palaces): 24 euros
- The combination ticket is valid for six months; you can visit each of the palaces Neuschwanstein, Linderhof and Herrenchiemsee once.
How To reach Neuschwanstein Castle by Public Transport
- Take a taxi to the destination.
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Neuschwanstein Castle , Hohenschwangau Reviews - Write a Review
Totally a bucket list item that did not disappoint. Do you see a resemblance to Disney Worlds Cinderella Castle? Behold Walt Disney’s real life inspiration. This castle is set majestically in the Alps, high up on the mountain. There is a lot of uphill climbing but they do offer a bus up for 3 euros each. I highly suggest. Make sure you go to the bridge to catch these amazing views.
Wonderful. Inspiring. So awesome to see architecture from another time that is being kept up by the original family and the government. The views from the castle are breath taking and awe inspiring. Just don't take pictures of the inside it could end you In a lot of hot water. I would go back and even love to live here it's so awesome.
Wonderful experience! It was definitely on my "must-see" list. We arrived at 11am and went straight to the ticket booth. The next available tour wasn't until 3:45, so we had about 4-5 hours out in the cold of winter. We went and had lunch, and then basically we were stuck outside until our turn to go in the castle. The busses won't take you up if it's snowing, so we had to walk, which wasn't so bad. Took about 20 minutes total. We eventually found a little office that we could sit in that was right up by the castle. If you go during the winter, I recommend waiting in there. But the views were spectacular. The snow was gorgeous surrounding the castle. The inside was absolutely stunning, as expected. You're not allowed to take photos inside the castle though. Just a heads up! Even with the cold and snow, it was absolutely picturesque, and I recommend it fully! So thankful I got to see this castle in person!
Worth every step to the top. We elected to hike up the hill, and the views and vistas were well worth the steps and time. This place is truly magnificent. I'd love to go back and spend more time there.
The most visited castle on earth now. Built by King Ludwig II as a place for retreat. This was his dream project made from the money of his own kitty. This is located at a picturesque hill, surrounded by beautiful mountains. Usually there is a huge rush to buy tickets and often tickets are sold out during summers. One can opt for online tickets (window closes 48 hours before the booking date) or can also go on a group tour. The castle is beautiful inside and one can see the farsightedness of the King, he was away ahead of time. To reach the castle there are three options, walking, bus or horse cart. Go with the bus and walk down. There is a bridge known as "Maria's Bridge" named after the King's mother, from there all the beautiful photos of the castle can be captured. While going to the castle, you can find musicians playing. No photography inside the castle. Nearest railway station is Füssen, and from there buses ply till the foothills of the castle. (All the photos are clicked by me)