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Full-Day Tour to Neuschwanstein Castle from Munich by Train Including Bike Ride from Fuessen
"Board the train from Munich central station to Fuessen station at 8:55am (train ticket at own expense) and enjoy a bike ride from Fuessen to Hohenschwangau. Bike through the historical town of Fussen first visit the St. Mang Monestery with Fussen Castle and continue to the waterfall and along Lech river right on the boarder to Austria along the Alps. Your last stop and highlight of the day will be Hohenschwangau and Neuschwanstein Castle as well as Marienb which can be used for the return trip as well. The train at 8:55am from Munich to Fuessen is a direct train which takes about 2 hours (scheduled arrival in Fuessen is 10:55am). Please check the train schedule before your trip to ensure you will arrive in Fuessen on time. Trains from Fuessen to Munich usually leave on an hourly schedule."""Enjoy a full-day guided tour from Munich to Hohenschwangau including a bike ride. See Neuschwanstein Castle and Hohenschwangau Castle (train transportation and castle admission at own expense).title=Highlights&1=Visit+Neuschwanstein+Castle+on+a+day+trip+from+Munich&2=Enjoy+a+bike+ride+from+Fussen+to+Hohenschwangau&3=See+beautiful+scenery+and+popular+locations+along+the+way&4=Bike+rental+and+city+map+included
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Fuessen Half-Day Tour: Skip-the-Line Neuschwanstein Castle and Hohenschwangau
"Enjoy a 5-hour tour to Neuschwanstein Castle and Hohenschwangau Castle (entrance not included) through the old town of Fuessen and to the waterfall at the boarder to Austria along the Alps. See also Alpsee Marienbridge and Castle Hohenschwangau before you will be brought back to Fuessen. Fuessen has a nice old town with many restaurants and pubs to enjoy after your tour (at own expense).To join this tour from Munich take the 8:55am train from Munich Central Station (train ticket is at own expense) to make it to Fuessen in time for the tour departure.the transport from fussen to the castle and and back to Füssen Main Station and all taxes fee and ticket """Join a half-day tour to Neuschwanstein Castle and Hohenschwangau Castle (entrance not included) through the old town of Fuessen and to the waterfall at the boarder to Austria along the Alps. Enjoy skip-the-line entrance at Neuschwanstein Castle and a round trip from Fuessen."
From EUR35.00
 
Private Tour: Royal Castles of Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau from Munich
"Head to the land of enchantment – the Bavarian foothills of the Alps near Fussen – and visit the glorious castles of King Ludwig II. Your private royal castle tour customized according to your preferences begins in the morning with pickup from your Munich hotel. First your informative local guide will transport you by Volkswagen minivan or similar vehicle to Hohenschwangau passing the famous Pilgrimage Church of Wies along the way. If you wish stop to explore and take photos inside the gorgeous 18th-century Rococo-style church.You’ll arrive in Hohenschwangau just in time for lunch (own expense). Afterward embark on a private guided tour of Hohenschwangau Castle
From EUR185.00

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To Neuschwanstein by car

Neuschwanstein is about 4 km east of Fuessen, in the south of Germany and Bavaria, directely at the border to Austria, at the end of the so-called "Romantic Road" that starts in Rothenburg ob der...
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How to reach Füssen

By train:Füssen is well connected with Munich by a regional direct train. It leaves Munich’s main train station every two hours, with a travel time of approx. 2 hours. In between these direct trains...
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How to get Fuessen by car

Take the A7 motorway (direction Ulm-Kempten-Füssen).Another way - Take the A95 motorway (direction Minchen - Garmish). Then – B23 (direction Ehrwald). Then – Austrian 314 (direction Reutte). Then –...
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Reliable German Trains

Guide books recommend taking a guided tour from Munich to the castle unless you are feeling adventurous. Tours are available via bus and train. Our late start elimitated the possibility of the tour...
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Discount weekend tickets

Deutschebahn has a happy weekend ticket for 30 euros that will allow a group of 5 to travel on IRE, RE, RB, and S-bahn trains unlimitedly from noon to 3am Saturdays and Sundays. It is now much more...
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Local bus service.....

Fuessen is a great place to use as a hub. There are so many attractions and interesting places to visit in close proximity. To access many of these such as Linderhof, Oberammergau, Garmisch and...
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Neuschwanstein to Fussen

Thanks a lot Gary... for your reply. I'll be reaching Hohenschwangau at least an hours and half before the tour in this coming mid. April. I expect I'll have enough time walk up to the castle, taking...
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The drive from Munich

The drive from Munich is around 90 minutes and almost as enjoyable as Fussen itself. The mountain views and flat, picturesque landscapes make the journey very pleasant. The road approaching Fussen is...
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getting there & getting around

We normally drive down from the Hook, 9 hours but you can also fly to Munich/Innsbruck and hire a car. Another means of getting there is to take a train to Fussen. The station seems regularly...
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Neuschwanstein by rail and bus

To visit Neuschwanstein, you do not need to go to Munich and take a tour from there, nor do you need to rent a car. We like the smaller towns rather than the big cities, so we chose to use Fussen as...
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On foot to the castle !!

The castle is located on the top of the mountain. And from the lowland to the castle, you can by bus or by carriage or on foot(which i think is more interesting , but unfortunately we did not have...
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How to park

"Don't even think to park here!" - This idea pursues me when we search for a parking in any European city. In Russia practically everywhere it is not accepted to pay for a parking of the car. Even in...
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Journey to the fairy tale town

From Munich Haustbahnhof, there is a train going to Fussen. Travel time is around 2 hours and, along the way, you will be mesmerized by the Bavarian countryside. And, even if you get absorbed with the...
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By train RE

From Munchen, You can go Fussen directly every two hours. The train fare is expensive on working day. But, on weekend, you need only 15 euro on round trip to Fussen. If two adults, only 22 euro needed...
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Kaiser Maximilian Platz 7, Fussen, Bavaria, 87629, Germany
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Trip to Schwangau - Castles

This is what 99,9% of all visitors to Füssen are coming for: Neuschwanstein is one of the very top destinations of Bavaria and even Europe. The castle was built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria, and...
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St. Mang's Abbey

This is the Kloster Mang / the former benediktinian monastery Mang, one of the top-sights in Fuessen. The monastery dates back to the medieval times and it was finally rebuilt in Baroque style by the...
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Hohes Schloss - High Castle

The origins of Füssen are going back to the Romans, when this place was called "Fauces" that is the latin word for "gorge" and it was an important settlement along the Via Claudia Augusta, that dates...
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Trip to Linderhof Castle

From my emails: "The tours of the palace were only in German (they have to have a minimum of 15 for a specific guide) but they do have excellent and easy to read sheets and you just tack on to the...
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Holy Spirit Hospital Church

The Holy Ghost Hospital Church (Heilig Geist Spitalkirche) was built between 1748 and 1749 by Franz Karl Fischer for use by the hospital. The church was built to replace a previous church that had...
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The Old Town

I have never researched Fussen, because I have been going there for short visits for years. The old town has a castle, a museum, churches including several painted churches and several churches by the...
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"Fussen - more than a place to stay"
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"All this and a castle as well"
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"Moscow-Fuessen"
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"Füssen"
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"The nice Fussen"
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