Guided Trips

Neuschwanstein and Linderhof premium edition

This royal VIP day trip takes you to two of the castles of King Ludwig II – a legend of his time and ours

Experience a truly royal day and see two of King Ludwig II's fairytale castles: Linderhof and Neuschwanstein. Savor the comfort and pleasure of travelling in a small group in an exclusive coach, including WiFi on board, comfortable seats, big panoramic windows, a professional guide and driver, on-board snacks and drinks and your tickets to the castles.

"I want to remain an eternal mystery to myself and others", declared King Ludwig II – and he did just that. The monarch was a myth even during his own lifetime. A reclusive dreamer who never wanted his castles and palaces to be shared with others. Well, that's one wish we aren't able to grant him – on this tour you'll see not one but two of his incredible refuges.

You'll start with Linderhof Palace, before stopping off for photos and a little retail therapy in Oberammergau, known for its passion plays, wood carvings and Lüftlmalerei fresco paintings. After later arriving in Hohenschwangau and stopping for lunch, we'll go on to visit Neuschwanstein Castle. Take in this masterpiece, which Ludwig II had constructed atop huge, jagged rocks in the middle of beautiful, though secluded, mountain scenery.

Enjoy the journey on the tour bus and let your imagination run wild with all the information provided on the mysterious world of King Ludwig II. After visiting these two architectural masterpieces, you can sink back into your comfortable seat on the tour bus and go over the day's many impressions while being driven back in Munich.

Tickets can be purchased in Munich's Tourist Information Centres at the central station and Marienplatz (New Town Hall).

 

Photo: istock/vichie81

Take part!

Information about excursions and tours is available from München Tourismus, Guest Service

Phone: +49 89 233 96500
Fax: +49 89 233 30300
tourismus.gs@muenchen.de

You can also visit us in the Tourist Information on Marienplatz and at the central station.