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Royal Castles of Neuschwanstein and Linderhof Day Tour from Munich

From US$64,60
Highlights
  • Spectacular photo opportunities: Bavarian Alps, medieval villages, and fairy-tale castles
  • Guided or self-guided tour of Neuschwanstein and Linderhof Castles
  • Hassle-free round-trip transport from Munich
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Royal Castles of Neuschwanstein and Linderhof Day Tour from Munich
From US$64,60
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Royal Castles of Neuschwanstein and Linderhof Day Tour from Munich
From US$64,62
Overview

Bavaria is famous for its fairy-tale castles, built by King Ludwig II, the “Mad King,” and this tour from Munich visits two of the most beautiful. Enjoy a stop and optional tour of Linderhof Castle; marvel at Neuschwanstein Castle, known as the “Sleeping Beauty” castle with a stop and optional tour; wander Hohenschwangau village; and admire the bold murals and medieval houses of Oberammergau.

What to Expect

Make your way to central Munich to meet your guide and group. Traveling aboard an air-conditioned coach, set out through the Bavarian countryside to Linderhof Castle.

Enjoy around an hour to admire the magnificent French Rococo style façade. If you wish, join a guided tour (optional) and discover the opulent interiors.

Continue to Oberammergau, a medieval village on Bavaria’s Romantic Road. Take photos of the village’s murals, half-timbered buildings, and colorful houses, or browse the souvenir shops for handicrafts.

Finally, visit Neuschwanstein Castle, stopping to enjoy views of the neo-Romanesque style castle, which inspired Disney Sleeping Beauty. You will be dropped at Hohenschwangau village at the bottom of Neuschwanstein mountain. Spend up to four hours of free time to join a guided castle tour (optional), walk to viewpoints, or have lunch.

Castle entrance fees are not included in the tour price.

Your tour ends at your Munich departure point.

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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Wonderful one day tour with a great tour guide

The tour start precisely on time and early this avoiding the rest of the crowd that follows. Weather was a bit troubling at start but clear out when the bus reaches Lindenhof. I must commemorate the tour guide which give very advice and set the...More

Thank Alan Y
Reviewed 4 days ago
Highly recommended

My husband and I took the Neuschwanstein & Linderhof day trip a week ago. Christine was our Grayline Guide and gave us lots of information as we travelled along. Christine also bought the group entrance tickets to both castles, saving us queuing time. The first...More

2  Thank Margaret K
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
Totally worth it & very nice tour guide

It was a pleasant experience overall. I do agree with other travellers who mentioned that the Neuschwanstein Castle looks better from the bridge than up close. Also to be fair the guided tour inside was only of about 30 minutes and through very selected (...More

2  Thank HimalyanGirl
Reviewed 1 week ago
"Neuschwanstein & Linderhof Premium Tour - Royal Selection" - FANTASTIC!!!

Our experience with Grayline in Munich was excellent. We booked the "Neuschwanstein & Linderhof Premium Tour - Royal Selection" during our recent trip to Munich. Sure, it's not the cheapest tour but believe me it is worth every Euro! We had a massive ultra-luxury coach...More

3  Thank pela86
Reviewed 1 week ago
Not Impressed

Huge waste of money and time! We were not impressed at all. In addition to the cost of the tour, you have to then pay for the tours of the castles (24 euros per person.) you are asked to pay as soon as you get...More

Thank Stacy T
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Anthony T
19 May 2018|
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Response from Margaret K | Reviewed this property |
Your best bet is to see the bridge & enjoy the fantastic view of Neuschwanstein before your tour of the castle, as it's a further 15 mins walk up from the castle and 15 mins down. Otherwise you will be rushed for time.
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Ekta S
10 May 2018|
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Response from Thepriest42 | Reviewed this property |
I was there for the second week of April and I wore a light jacket once during the day. It got colder at night and I wore my light jacket. I haven’t been there in May but it should be better than when I went. I hope this... More
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