I think there is a really unique type of tourism, a very interesting niche in which the lovers of the Castelli are concentrated and for them, obligatory stop or included in the wishlist, is Bavaria… bavaria’s castles.
Among the countless tours organized in the villages of Bavaria that house these dream buildings, one of the most appreciated is the one that leads to the discovery of the castles of Linderhof and Neuschwanstein.
You can arrange your own tour, but if you don’t have the means at your disposal then there are very nice tours that take you to these two dream residences.
You can buy tickets online and the cost will be about 57 euros per person.
During the journey, you will discover not only the majesty of the castles of Bavaria but also its unspoiled landscapes, illustrations of fairy tale books that come to life;
Expanses of lush greenery guarded by silent mountains that almost protect the landscape.
For the entrance to the castles, you will cross beautiful gardens all to be photographed. You will walk in a painting in which man and nature have collaborated to perfection.
To visit the interior, you will buy the ticket at the entrance of the castle.
A ticket of around 27 euros allows you to visit both Linderhof Castle and Neuschwanstein Castle.
Remember, however, that inside these castles is VIETATO PHOTOGRAPHING!
Also if you plan to tour the castles of Bavaria in the summer months, remember that as early as 12:00 the tickets for the entrance may already be sold out or the queue for the purchase could be quite long.
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Castles of Bavaria:
Linderhof Castle was the castle beloved by King Ludwig, a place to isolate yourself and think in solitude.
Inspired by the French residences of the Kingdom of Louis XV, its interior is a riot of opulence and ostentatious wealth.
The gardens of Linderhof Castle are a mix of the art of French and English gardens.
Don’t miss the buildings right inside the gardens such as, the Moorish kiosk and the Moroccan house, symbols of the passion for the eastern world of Ludwig.
What will Neuschwanstein, a long and almost unpronounceable name, mean? Well the translation could be “the new swan’s recommendation”, since built in the county of the same name.
Watching this castle, you can’t help but think of Disney’s fairy tales:in fact, the world’s most famous“Princess Factory”was inspired by it for its animated films beloved by young and old.
It also seems that this was a real tribute by Ludwig to the composer Richard Wagner.
Neo-Gothic style on the outside, elegance, glitz and comfort on the inside.
Already, the castle was already equipped with fireplaces that could self-regulate and toilets.
The throne room presents itself as a veriting sacred place confirming the monarch’s divine power.
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