King Ludwig II built three impressive castles. This tour will cover two of it: Neuschwanstein is named the 8th wonder of the world and one of Germany’s most famous sights. A fantastical castle on a mountain perch in the Bavarian Alps. The castle from a fairy tale simply has to be seen to be believed – and the best way to do so is with our hassle-free day trip. We will take care of all arrangements and make sure you skip the long line to go inside.
Daytours from Munich
Munich and its vicinity offers a lot of interesting spots to explore. More Palaces, the Mountains, Lakes, the river and so much more. Come and enjoy with us the beauty of southern Bavaria.
We start our stroll at your preferred time. Participation ist possible via zoom or MS teams.
Germany’s highest mountain, the Zugspitze, is only 100km south of Munich. Perfect for a day trip! The trip to Garmisch alone is a scenic experience, not to mention the ride on the cable car to the summit. In good weather conditions, the panomrama view over the Alps is unique. Have one foot in Germany and the other in Austria! Back down it goes for 4.5 km with the old cogwheel train.
Herrenchiemsee, located in the stunning “Chiemgau” region of Bavaria, was King Ludwig`s most opulent and expensive building project. His obsession with France`s “sun king”, Louis IV lead him to create his very own Bavarian Versailles on the Herreninsel (gentlemens island).
This journey is a romantic trip into the fantasy world of King Ludwig II. Travel includes a one hour train ride, 8 minute steam train ride to the lake , a ferry boat trip to the island where the palace is located.
Everybody knows Neuschwanstein Castle, the one Walt Disney copied for his “Cinderella Castle”.
Do you know Hohenschwangau Castle? Here King Ludwig grew up. Here he got his idea for Neuschwanstein.
Get all the stories and historical facts about the “Fairy Tale King”, his dreams and phantasies and why he was removed from the Throne of Bavaria.
Take a boat ride and get to see where wealthy people live. See their houses from the boat. See where Locals spend their days and evenings off. Walk through a wonderful park and use a tiny little ferry to see one of the most romantic places in Bavaria, the Rose Island (by the way one of the favorite spots of King Ludwig II to hide from the public). And if you’re still in the mood, learn about Empress Elisabeth from Austria, called Sissy (Museum open only Fri-Sun & Holidays).