Hotel Goldener Hirsch

Address: Muehlerstrasse 1, Reutte, Tirol, Austrian Alps, 6600, Austria | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Muehlerstrasse 1, Reutte, is near Neuschwanstein Castle (Schloss Neuschwanstein), Schloss Hohenschwangau, and Queen Mary's Bridge (Marienbrucke).
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    Travel Blogs from Reutte

    Fussen - Fun and Fabulous

    A travel blog entry by kellywiseman on Jun 08, 2015

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... tour of Fussen was spot-on and left us wanting to walk and learn more about this little slice of Bavaria. We spent about 45 minutes touring the city and learned about the village's history and culture along the way. Starting at the TI, we first viewed the Hotel Hirsh and it's restored Art Nouveau paintings and decor. We were also able to view one of the village's Medieval Towers and portion of the fortification wall circa early 1500's. We then passed into the cemetery ...

    Fairytales Do Come True!

    A travel blog entry by kellywiseman on Jun 07, 2015

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... Marble stairs, a giant chandelier with venetian glass stones and paintings from Wagner operas. Nearly 1.5 million mosaic tiles make up the floor, and it is stunning! Probably the most intricate feature of the tour was King Ludwig's bed, which features a canopy of spires that took a considerable time to build. The last room, the Singer's Hall, is filled with paintings and a ceiling made of 96 pieces of wood that was built to resonate and enhance the singing. ...

    It's King Ludwig's Mad Mad Mad Mad World

    A travel blog entry by ames73 on May 27, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... It looked like the line for the Indiana Jones ride at Disneyland. In contrast, I walked right up and got our tickets (kind of like having a fast pass). Our tour started in Hohenschwangau. Both castles sit atop big hills. To get to Hohenschwangau, you can take what they tell you is a 20-minute walk uphill or you can pay to ride in a horse-drawn carriage. We opted to walk up, and it was a waaaay easier walk than our hike up to the folk lore museum yesterday. And this ...

    Day for Kings

    A travel blog entry by hannxerr on May 23, 2015

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... surrounding views. Every room, hallway, and space in between was covered in ornate gold designs, wood engravings, and murals depicting popular myths and legends of the time. With over twenty years of work prior to the king's death, it was truly a work of art. It was also a modern marvel for its time with central heating, plumbing including water to a facet fashioned as a swan, and a fully functional kitchen. Gifts even more elaborate than ...

    King Ludwig's Castles

    A travel blog entry by massimino on Aug 25, 2014

    86 photos

    ... the castle. From Neuschwanstein, you could also see King's Ludwig's fathers castle on the opposite hill. In an effort to outdo his father, King Ludwig built a larger castle on a larger hill with the view of a larger lake, and that castle become Neuschwanstein Castle. However, King Ludwig did not stop there. Instead of one castle, he wanted 5. Before King Ludwig's death, only 3 of the 5 castles were built and even ...