Neuschwanstein Castle is one of the most visited castles in Europe.
He is known primarily from the Walt Disney's intro, as he was tranformed into the Disney's fairy tale castle in Disneyland.
Fabulously located between the mountains and the river gorge of Pollat in the Bavarian-Tyrolean Alps, located at the border between Germany and Austria.
During the tour you can see, among others: the servants' room, where you can find simple, oak furniture, the throne room, decorated with gold and mosaic floors, a king bedroom and the biggest of the rooms - the hall of singers, in which during the life of King Ludwig II of Bavaria a number of Wagner's music concerts have held. The total length of the corridors is 35 km and there are 400 steps.
Another Neuschwanstein Castle copy can be seen at the Paris Disneyland.
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Neuschwansteinstraße 20, 87645 Hohenschwangau
Open from April to 7 October, daily from 8:00 to 17:00, 8 October to end of March, every day from 9:00-15:00Tickets adults:
Annual ticket for 1 person 45 €, family ticket (2 adults + children under 18 years of age) annual ticket costs € 65
- For children and young people under 18 years of age free admission
- Filming and photography is not allowed inside the castle