Neuschwanstein Castle Tour from Frankfurt with Rothenburg. Join us on a day trip from Frankfurt to the southwest corner of Bavaria to see the most visited castle in Germany: Neuschwanstein Castle.
- Visit the Neuschwanstein Castle
- Explore the St. Jacob’s Church
- Guided walk through the picturesque old lanes
Frankfurt – Neuschwanstein Castle- Rothenburg – Frankfurt
Travel on one of the most enchanting day trips from Frankfurst and into the southwest corner of Bavaria to see the most visited castle in Germany: Neuschwanstein, perched high on a mountain in the beautiful Bavarian Alps.
Escape the city on a fairytale adventure and keep your cameras ready as we approach majestic facade of Neuschwanstein. Its imposing and towering walls conceal an interior fabulously adorned with precious furniture, sumptuous appointments, and masterly craftsmanship. An official castle guide will accompany you through Neuschwanstein and explanations are provided in 16 different languages, ensuring that not guest misses out on the rich legacy of this historic structure.
Map of Neuschwanstein Castle
Our return journey will lead us back in time to magical Rothenburg, the most well-preserved medieval town in Germany, perched high above the Tauber River Valley along the storied Romantic Road. Here we will take a guided walk through the picturesque old lanes: Marvel at St. Jacobs Church, half-timbered houses, the city gates, and the mighty Renaissance Town Hall with its marketplace.
The “Cinderella castle” of Germany, Schloss Neuschwanstein, was actually the inspiration for a different Disney narrative, the “Sleeping Beauty” castle in Disneyland. The castle entrance charge is not included (you can pay on the day), but if you buy this tour in advance, you’ll have skip-the-line access to Neuschwanstein, which means you won’t lose time waiting in line.
The castle entrance charge is not included (you can pay on the day), but if you buy this tour in advance, you’ll have skip-the-line access to Neuschwanstein, which means you won’t lose time waiting in line.
Take a guided tour of the magnificent structure once inside, where you’ll learn fascinating facts about the reclusive Bavarian king who commissioned a new castle in the 19th century.
King Ludwig II was thought to be insane because he wanted to build a fantasy castle in the mountains, which he did obsessively and left unfinished when he died.
View the castle’s towers, interiors, and surrounding beauty, including the lake, canyon, and similarly spectacular Hohenschwangau Castle, from the best vantage points.
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