Neuschwanstein Castle Walking Tour (WT)
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Neuschwanstein Castle Walking Tour (WT)

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No matter if you have been already to Neuschwanstein or this is your first time, you have tickets to get in or not. This tour is for everyone who wants to visit and to explore the fairy-tale castle of Neuschwanstein with a passionate/professional guide.

Please note: this walking tour is not including the castle tickets. When you would like to get tickets to Neuschwanstein Castle our guide can help you to make a reservation for the Neuschwanstein castle. You can find the instructions on your ticket. 

Welcome to the Neuschwanstein walking tour.

Neuschwanstein Castle, is one of the greatest castles in Europe – and one of the world’s foremost tourist attractions. The “fairy-tale” king, Ludwig II of Bavaria, built this dazzling Neuschwanstein palace to withdraw from public life after losing his power in the Austro-Prussian war. It’s believed that he built his new castle as the centerpiece for an imagined kingdom—one in which he was the true king.

Construction began in 1869 on top of castle ruins and workers labored day and night for almost 17 years to complete enough of the home for Ludwig II to move in. Theatrical designers and artisans worked alongside architects to create the palatial home with state-of-the-art technology. Despite its enormous size and original plan to have 200 rooms, it was built for only one person to live in.

Join your passionate/professional guide to explore the unique beauty of this magnificent place. To know more about the castle, the hidden gems. Furthermore to hear some of the untold stories regarding King Ludwig II and his family.

Here are a few of the highlights you can look forward to on this tour:

  • Where does the name Neuschwanstein come from?
  • Why King Ludwig II built the castle?
  • Discovering some of the hidden gems inside the castle
  • Taking some stunning shots to the castle from different perspectives
  • The story behind the Mad King
  • Why everyone is talking about the mysterious death of King Ludwig II?

What is included in your guided tour?

  • Shuttle bus to Marienbrücke (Mary's Bridge) for a unique picture moment of the castle. Please note that Mary's Bridge is closed during the winter time due snow and ice "NO ACCESS TO THE BRIDGE ". In addition, the shuttle bus is not running for the same reasons. You need to walk up to the castle.
  • Experienced guide in English that will guide you to the Castle, Marienbrücke (as long as the Bridge is open), Alpsee and more. He will tell you about Bavaria, the life of Ludwig II and Neuschwanstein Castle

What is not included in your guided tour?

  • Entrance to the Castle. The guide can help you to answer questions how to get tickets (when available) at the Ticket Centre. 

Departure time:

9:15h (9.30h from the 16th of October): at Hohenschwangau village (the exact address will be written on your confirmation). Please be there on time. We recommend being there 15 minutes prior to departure. When you are too late please contact the guide by calling him. He will instruct you on what to do. No shows will not be refunded.


2 - 3 hours. Make sure you have the time the entire morning for your visit.




How to get from Füssen Central Station to Hohenschwangau:

When you arrive at Füssen Station just follow the sign to the bus stop (1 minute from the train platform).
Take bus 78 to the castle. It leaves 9.05 am and the ride is 7 - 10 minutes. Once you get out of the bus at
Hohenschwangau, you go the P3 sign (across from the bus station in Hohenschwangau). Meet your guide
there to start your tour. P.S if you have Bayern ticket for the train, you can use the bus from Füssen to Hohenschwangau for free. If you have another kind of train ticket, you need to buy the bus ticket from the bus driver for a few euro.

Why is it so difficult to get tickets for Neuschwanstein? 

It is a very popular Castle and one of the most visited castles in the world. This tour enables you to see the beauty of the surrounding of the castle. There are many highlights to visit like the Marienbridge. Not only the landscape will take you into a fairytale but also the experienced guide will tell you why this Castle and Ludwig II is so special.