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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
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Royal Castles of Neuschwanstein and Linderhof Day Tour from Munich
"Departing Munich visit the smallest of three royal castles Linderhof which was built by King Ludwig II during the 19th century as a hunting lodge. Built in French Rococo style the castle has a Moorish pavilion which can be visited during your one hour stay. You have the option to join a guided tour of the interior of Linderhof. After departing Linderhof you will have a short shopping stop in Oberammergau world-famous for its woodcarvers
From EUR54.00
 
A Private Day Tour of Garmisch-Partenkirchen and the Zugspitze Mountain
"The tour begins at 9:00 am with an exciting cable car ride to the peak of the Zugspitze mountain. Standing at 2962 meters on a clear day visibility will include four countries. Plus the peak acts as the border between Austria and Germany giving you the o glacier and Austria you will enjoy a fun filled afternoon tour of Garmisch-Partenkirchen village. Home to beautiful paintings traditional Bavarian culture and amazing history this small community is the perfect place to immerse yourself into the Bavarian Alpine culture.""""Garmisch-Partenkirchen is the entrance into the Bavarian Alps and home to world class skiing atop the tallest mountain in Germany. This amazing tour brings you to the peak of Germany's pride for lunch and sight-seeing and then on to the town itself for h
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Park background

The landscape garden covers an extensive area and is perfectly integrated in the surrounding natural alpine landscape. There are several buildings of different appearance located in the park.Gardens...
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Grassvangthal

Linderhof Castle or better - Palace was constructed under the instruction of Ludwig II in the middle of a severe mountain landscape in loneliness valley of Grassvangthal.Abrupt mountains of...
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Asslan and Pilar in Linderhof

We visited Linderhof on the way to Ulm where the Main German shepherd Show was held in 2005. That's why our dogs Asslan v Haus Schiran and Aurum Aglis Pilar were with us. Unfortunately dogs are...
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Opening hours and admission charges

April-September: 9 am-6 pm October-March: 10 am-4 pm Open daily Admission charges Palace and park buildings:7 euros regular, 6 euros reducedThe visit of the palace is only possible with a guided tour....
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History background of the Castle

Linderhof is one among the three most interesting Castles of Bavarian king Ludwig II. And it’s the only one which was finished when the king was still alive. In total Ludwig was going to construct...
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Moorish kiosk-particular

I was very surprised by an oriental building in a castle like Linderhof, so I took another picture just to remember to me the particular architecture. You can note the perfect and fine copy of arabian...
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The Morrish kiosk

This kiosk was built in 1867 and represents the contribution of Prussian government to the World Exhibition in Paris. Ludwig II bought the pavillon in 1876 for Linderhof Castle Park and rebuilt it to...
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The Neptune's fountain

As I wrote in another picture Linderhof Castle is surrounded by many statues and fountains. Here you can see maybe the second fountain, if you consider the largeness. The fountain represents Neptune,...
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The VenusGrotte

This wonderful grotte is situated in a corner of the park behing the Castle. Ludwig wanted it after knowing the Grotta Azzurra of Capri, that became the ispiration for his grotte. The King was used to...
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Façade

The façace of the castle is a great fusion of french and bavarian baroque style. Linderhof Castle, after a very longe period of building and rebuilding, is the only large palace King Ludwig II lived...
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Does it remind you of Versailles?

King Ludwig was fascinated with the Sun King Louis XIV. He knew that the French king had the finest palace in Europe in the form of Versailles. Since Ludwig wanted to build many palaces and castles in...
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Linderhof Castle

The castle at Linderholf is covered with fine paintings. Each celing is a work of art in it self but when put together with the wood carvings, the beautiful floors and the awesome wall hangings the...
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The official website

The official website of this castle is very good and complete. There is also a map of the region that is very useful to go there by car.There is also a history of the castle construction and a map of...
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Hotels Near Schloß Linderhof

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Linderhofer Str. 15, Ettal, 82488, de
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Dorfstrasse 19, Oberammergau, Bavaria, 82487, Germany
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Dorfstrasse 1, Oberammergau, Bavaria, 82487, Germany
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Kofelauweg 20, Oberammergau, Bavaria, 82487, Germany
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Rottenbucher Stra_e 24, Oberammergau, Bavaria, 82487, Germany
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Bahnhofstrasse 3, Oberammergau, Bavaria, 82487, Germany
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Things to Do Near Schloß Linderhof

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Wellenberg - Public Swimming

Alpine Pool Wellenberg is where to go... its stunning location plus there are three open air and three indoor pools, two water slides, an adventure pool, a large sun-bathing area, saunas, a solarium,...
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Day Trip - Neuschwanstein Castle

Took train from Munich to Fussen, 2 hours, then bus to Neuschwanstein. Here are two castles possible. There were huge lines of people buying tickets for the castles, i only wanted to see the views of...
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Durrenberger Alm

The Durrenberger Alm We have climbed up to the heutte on this alm many times, but it is getting more difficult as we get older and less fit. The climb is steep, hard work but lovely. The views from...
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Lake Alpsee

The Greater Alpsee lake is the largest natural lake in the Allgäu, it covers an area of almost one square kilometre and has a depth of up to 62 metres. The lake is a popular tourist attraction with...
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Urisee

The Urisee is a lovely lake that can be reached on foot from the centre of Reutte in around 30 minutes. Head in the direction of Muhl. This lovely lake is wonderful for a cold swim. Or if you are not...
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Lakes

To get to this lovely mountain lake, walk from Reutte to Lechashau then head towards Wangle. Before Wangle head off to the right. It is signposted. There is a steep route to the lake up a hill or a...
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Top 5 Schloß Linderhof Writers

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Kuznetsov_Sergey

"Our third Ludwig's Castle"
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globetrott

"Another palace of "mad" King Ludwig II"
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Azhut

"Call it "Bomboniera""
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Manara

"The home of a solitary king"
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ATXtraveler

"Just missed a great Castle here!"
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