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... Hohenschwangau first and enter at 9:50, after our 35 min guided tour we had to make our way to Neuschwanstein - downhill and up a very steep hill - by 12:05 precisely. No photos allowed inside either castle. Hohenschwangau was the family holiday home and still contains the original furnishings. Quite lovely and we noticed the walls were painted with murals rather than having family portraits as in ...
Fussen is quite a pretty little town nestled in the mountains with castles hovering above. The main reason people come to Fussen is to see the castle of King Ludwig 11, Neuschwanstein As I said yesterday the weather was against us and this morning it was still very cloudy and foggy. We decided instead to wander around and have a look at some of the sights in Fussen and then walk down to the boat ...
Our plan today was to drive the Romantic Road and pop into one or two of the small towns along the way. Dinkelsbuhl was the first stop...only 50 kms from Rothenburg. The trouble with having a van in Europe is of course parking. Not only that; it's finding the parking lot in which to park. So not finding a carpark on the outside of the walled, historic town of Dinkelsbuhl, we drove right through the middle of it!! By the time ...
Our last morning in Munich was bright and clear after an overnight rain. We packed up and set out for Hohenschwangau (translated means the highlands of the swan). Hohenschwangau is the small village that is hometown to possibly the most famous castle(Schloss) in Germany, Neuschwanstein. It took about two hours to make the drive from Munich. Miles our navigator took the scenic route which proved to be a great opportunity for Kathy ...
Oct 1st Dan and I woke up at 5am this morning so we could get on the road to Füssen early and hopefully be there for when the ticket office opens. I highly recommend reserving tickets if you want to see these castles so you don't need to stand in the crazy lines ups like we did. We tried but you need to do this months in advance ! Even with us on the road by 6 the roads were stupid busy and there was still a large line up before the ticket office opened. We managed to get the ...