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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
From EUR185.00
 
Skip-the-Line Neuschwanstein Castle Half-Day Tour from Fuessen
"The tour begins at 9am from central Fussen through the historical old town of Fussen along the Lech river on Austrian boarder to the castle Neuschwanstein Hohenschwangau Marien bridge and Alpsee. Enjoy the rest of your time in Fussen with many good restaurants coffee shops and bars to have lunch (at own expense) before you go on to Munich or to your hotel.In a half-day you will see all the most popular places in and around Fussen. Your visit will be an unforgettable experience.""""This skip the line 4-hour express tour begins in Füssen at 9am and includes the entrance fee to Neuschwanstein castle
From EUR35.00
 
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
From EUR25.00

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Mönchsroter Pfad

A marked walk through the area of Rot an der Rot will bring you to the different historic sites. Unfortunately the text on the signs is only available in German. Nevertheless, following the trail you...
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Commercial Building

The Commercial Building of the monastery with its four wings was built in the years between 1724 and 1728. It is 143 meters wide and 93 meters long. Over the years several fires have taken tribute and...
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Upper Gate

The 'Oberes Tor' (Upper Gate) used to be part of the walls that surrounded the monastery area. It was built in 1714 while the design of the wall paintings was changed in 1911 by the painter Richard...
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Brotherhood Church St. Johann

The Brotherhood Church St. Johann is of late baroque style. It was built inbetween 1739 and 1741. Its purpose was to house the Rosary Brotherhood which until then had its chapel in the cloister of the...
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Parish Church St. Verena

The Parish Church St. Verena (former abbey church) is named after her patron, the Sainted Verena who is Patron of the Housekeeper, the Patron of the Bakermen and the Patron of the Skipper. The church...
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Crucifixion Group

The cruzifix originates from the medieval ages. In the 17th century Maria and Johannes were added. The group used to be in a chapel on the graveyard, beside the place where now the Brotherhood Church...
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WATER CANAL

As I enjoy walking, I hopped out of the Car and followed a water canal in Rot an der Rot. There were pretty gardens, Willow Tree's and Ducks. Later on, I came across a working Watermill alongside a...
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SAINT VERENA [ABBEY CHURCH]

Saint Verena is the Neo-classical Monastery Church which replaced the old one. It took nine years to build, being completed in 1786. Would you believe, the Abbot had the old Church demolished without...
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MONASTERY/ABBEY

Rot an der Rot Abbey, was first mentioned way back in 1100!The Abbey has been through many bad and good times, probably the worst, when nearly the whole Abbey was burnt to the ground in 1481. Once...
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RATHAUS

Parking near the "low gate" I started walking the village. Grabbing my attention, was the colossal Rathaus, painted in Luftlmarlerei. Looking at the window's, it was hard to tell, which were fake, and...
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UPPER GATE & LOWER GATE

I happened to find Rot an der Rot, the Monastery and its gate when researching Swabia, Germany. We entered this small Village through a Town Gate, which had open,large wooden gates with an Eagle...
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Wooden Heads on Commercial Building

It is very easy to miss the wooden heads on the wooden pillars that carry the roof. To see them you need to go into the inner yard of the Commercial Building.
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