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Neuschwanstein, Linderhof Royal Castle & Oberammergau Tour From Munich

Neuschwanstein, Linderhof Royal Castle & Oberammergau Tour From Munich
Neuschwanstein, Linderhof Royal Castle & Oberammergau Tour From Munich
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Step aboard one of our coaches to discover the magic of Neuschwanstein Castle, created by King Ludwig II, and inspired the Disney dream castles

10.5 Hours
  • Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
  • Free Cancellation

Highlights

  • Discover the magic of Neuschwanstein, the Fairy Tale Castle
  • Tour Linderhof, an exquisite 19th-century royal palace
  • Stop for a visit and time to explore the charming village of Oberammergau

Includes

  • Tour Coaches With Air Conditioning, Bathrooms, and Room For Luggage (1 piece per person)
  • Live Castle Tour Guides

  • Food and Beverages
  • Entrance Fee for both Castles of € 27
  • Optional Gratuities

Please Note

  • Entrance Fee for Both Castles of € 27 must be purchased in cash at the bus. Our guides will arrange the tickets for you and so there is no need to wait in line there.
  • Tour does include walking and stairs.
  • Languages: English and German speaking guide on board; Audio Comments in 7 other languages: Mandarin, Japanese, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Russian.

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Departure Point & Details
Location: This tour departs from the Bahnhofplatz in front of the “Karstadt” department store, across from the main railway station at 8:30 am. Please arrive and board coach 20 minutes before departure.

Time Spent At Attractions:
1 Hour - Linderhof Castle
30 Mins - Oberammergau Village
3.5 Hours - Neuschwanstein Castle

Return Point & Details
Arrive back in Munich at original departure point at approximately 6:30pm.

Wander through the scenic German countryside on your way to the legendary extravagance of the German castles Neuschwanstein and Linderhof. Known for their elaborate construction and world-famous architecture, these two extraordinary structures were dreamed up by Germany’s own Ludwig II, also known as the Swan King. You’ll soon find out why many believe Neuschwanstein inspired Disney’s storybook castles--get ready to feel like you’re living a real-life fairy tale. Hidden in the seclusion of the mountains, German King Ludwig II built two of his dream castles: Neuschwanstein and Linderhof. Both testify to the vision of Bavaria’s fairytale King.

Departing from Munich, you’ll first visit Linderhof Castle, a French rococo-style castle inspired by Versailles itself and surrounded by immaculately manicured gardens. A quick shopping and photo stop in the charming village Oberammergau will recharge your batteries for the second half of your day. You’ll arrive at idyllic Neuschwanstein Castle around 1:00 p.m, where you’re free to enjoy approximately 4 hours to explore the castle.
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Evgeniia Starovoitova
Jan 23 2020
Два замка за один день очень удобно.
a Gray Line customer
Jan 18 2020
I had a long-standing curiosity about Ludwig II. This trip satisfied it.
a Gray Line customer
Jan 16 2020
Great tour. Lots of information in a fun and engaging manner.
a Gray Line customer
Jan 14 2020
The tour picks up near the central train station in Munich. There were multiple tour buses but everything was clearly organized. The bus left on time. The guide, Elizabeth, was friendly and provided interesting and useful information about Munich and the castles. We stopped at Linderhof first. The guided tour inside (by a separate guide) was quick and there was not much opportunity to ask additional questions. The gardens are not interesting in the winter months and all the statues are covered. Linderhof if probably not worth it in the winter.We stopped in Oberammergau which is a cute little Bavarian town. The tour guide provided good backstory while on the bus. The bus parked near a free public toilet but in a location that was relatively far from everything else. We only had 50 minutes at this stop. While there is not much to do, I did not feel like we had much time to explore here. It wasn't enough time to get a proper meal or browse more than a few shops. I walked back through town to the painted houses and this walk, roundtrip, took nearly all of the 50 minutes. This stop felt rushed.We went straight on to Neuschwanstein. The tour guide gets individual tickets for everyone. Everyone in the group has the same time slot for the tour. We had about two hours in Schwangau before needed to be up the hill at the castle gates for the tour. There are not many food options here but there was ample time to eat and walk (or take transport) to the viewing points. The guided tour inside (by a separate guide) was quite short and felt rushed. All tour guides are on a timer to move their group through the palace quickly. The tour guide was informative but I was unhappy with the amount of time I had in the castle compared to the price of the ticket. Please note that the bistros and cafes at the bottom of the hill close early. Only a small convenience store was open after our tour ended.Elizabeth provided more anecdotal history on the journey home and also offered to answer individual questions.The tour was schedule to end in Munich at 19:00. We arrived back in the city before 18:30. I understand that the driver needs to budget for traffic but I did feel like I missed out on time in several locations. I would book with this company again because the service provided by Gray Line was of good quality. However, this tour is definitely overpriced. The fact that it doesn't include entrance fees means you are paying 65 eur for transport to/from Neuschwanstein with two stops along the way. This can definitely be done more cheaply by public transport.
a Gray Line customer
Jan 09 2020
Really great, we were in Elizabeth's group and she really was the best tour guide. Would recommend this tour as the way to see the castles - it's so busy and being on this tour means you are fast-tracked through and skip the lines. The coach is really comfortable too.It's recommended to arrive at the meeting point in the morning 20 mins beforehand, I would say get there 30 mins early. They make sure you are placed on the right bus, but the lines are really quite long.
Karim ElMekawy
Jan 08 2020
Amazing day trip with magnificent scenes everywhere , a fairytale day trip
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