Journey to the past
Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany's most famous building, is the fairy tale king's medieval castle of the Grail. Every year millions of visitors stream into the palace of King Ludwig II, who died under mysterious circumstances in lake Starnberg.
Information on Schloß Neuschwanstein
In the 19th century this castle was built on the fond of an old ruin by the father of Ludwig II. The interior of the "Biedermeier" - epoch has been maintained until now.
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This palace built by Ludwig II is for many fans the finest. The the Hall of Mirrors, the Palace Park with its Moorisk kiosk, the Peacock's throne as well as the artificial grotto with a wave machine, through which the king rowed his shell boat, are some of the exceptional sights.
Information on Schloß Linderhof
The former residence of the prince bishops of Augsburg, with unique illusion paintings on the facades of the courtyard, is one of the most important late gothic castle complexes in Germany. It now houses the Town Gallery of Paintings and a branch of the bavarian State Collections of Paintings, where late gothic and renaissance works of art are on display.