Neuschwanstein Castle Pictures
NEUSCHWANSTEIN CASTLE PICTURES:
Here’s another collection of photos of the mighty Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany.
As well as a few photos of the castle itself, I've also included a picture of the Marienbrücke lookout bridge and one of the main pedestrian zone in the nearby town of Füssen.
If you haven’t already, please also see the main Neuschwanstein Castle Germany
I've also created two more gallery pages - Inside Neuschwanstein Castle photos
and Pictures of Neuschwanstein Castle
Please check them out too and enjoy the pics!
CASTLE TO CASTLE: A view of Schloss Neuschwanstein taken from the castle where Ludwig II grew up, the yellow Schloss Hohenschwangau.
Pic: CC Alaskan Dude
REVIVAL: The limestone walls of Neuschwanstein Castle are undergoing an extensive renovation program.
INSIDE THE WALLS: A view from the entrance of the castle looking
towards the upper courtyard.
MONUMENTAL: A view of the limestone walls from the back of
Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany.
BUSTLING: The main pedestrian zone in the nearby town of Füssen.
BUSY BRIDGE: Visitors cram onto the Marienbrücke (St Mary’s Bridge)
from where there’s a fantastic view of Neuschwanstein Castle.
Take an organized tour
Are you looking for an organized tour of Neuschwanstein? Here's one I recommend from my booking partners at Viator.
It takes in not only Neuschwanstein Castle, but also Hohenschwangau (the castle where Ludwig II grew up) and Linderhof Palace. And all in a leisurely two-day trip, staying overnight in the foothills of the Bavarian Alps.
two days, one night
This two-day royal trek starts with an early-morning departure from Munich.
First you’ll bus down to see Schloss Linderhof
and the nearby village of Oberammergau
Then it’s over to the “
of Hohenschwangau where you check into a hotel for the night.
The next day you’ll visit the castles Neuschwanstein
, and you’ll have time to explore the town of Füssen
and the nearby crystal-clear lakes.
(Read more about the tour)
• To see more tours of Bavaria including many which cover Schloss Linderhof, see here at Tours of Bavaria.
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