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Neuschwanstein Castle Luxury Bus and Bike Tour from Munich
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Neuschwanstein Castle Luxury Bus and Bike Tour from Munich

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  • Cycle the alpine trails of the Algäu region
  • Take an optional tour of Hohenschwangau Castle, where Ludwig II, King of Bavaria grew up
  • Walk a secret path to the fairytale Neuschwanstein Castle
  • Swim in a refreshing alpine lake
  • Learn about the dramatic life, love, and death of Bavaria's much loved Ludwig II
  • Skip the line at Neuschwanstein Castle


Enjoy a flexible full-day excursion by luxury coach to the beautiful Algäu region of South West Bavaria and visit the charming town of Hohenschwangau, near the Austrian border. It was near here that the extravagant King Ludwig II built his fairytale castle of Neuschwanstein shortly before he was arrested. In the morning, you will take a relaxing bike ride, cycling at an easy pace through alpine scenery and stopping at a refreshing lake for an invigorating swim. During the Oktoberfest the bike ride is optional due to the weather being much colder. In the afternoon, you will walk the up the less-known path to Neuschwanstein Castle rather than driving up to the entrance. The Disney-like Neuschwanstein Castle was based on the Wartburg of Thuringia, which Wagner used as the setting for his opera “Tannhauser.” Learn about “Mad” Ludwig’s controversial life and mysterious death, before your luxury transfer back to Munich. Wander around Hohenschwangau Castle, the place where Ludwig grew up, before enjoying lunch at a local brewery. Savor some local beer and traditional Bavarian food. Your tour operator will drop you off at Hohenschwangau Castle, although you must make your own way to Neuschwanstein Castle afterwards to catch the transport home.


Guided bike tour. Please note: there is no bike tour included during the early season (17 April – 01 May) and late season (Oktoberfest)
Guided walk to Neuschwanstein Castle
Transportation by luxury coach
Entrance fee to Neuschwanstein Castle for adults (€15); kids under 18 are free
Lunch at a local brewery (optional)
Taxi service from coach to top of the hill (2-4 Euros per person)
Kids playground
Entrance fee to Hohenschwangau Castle

Important Information

  • • Please note that the tour of the castle interior is not included and costs an extra €15 (free for under 18s). This includes a booking fee so you do not need to stand in queues which are tremendously long in high season. This (optional) extra fee is to be paid directly to the guide at the end of the day
  • The luxury coach leaves you at the foot of the castle where you need to either walk to the entrance or pay an extra taxi service to the top • If you are interested in visiting Hohenschwangau Castle, please inform your guide in the morning and they will arrange tickets. Please note that if you choose this option then you cannot do any of the other activities due to time constraints. You'll meet up with the group at the end to return home
  • Please bring a rain jacket, good walking shoes, a swim suit and towel, extra shorts, cash for lunch, castle entrance fee, beverages, tips
  • Note there is no bike tour included during the early season (17 April – 1 May) or late season (Oktoberfest)

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