Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany

Travel from Innsbruck to Neuschwanstein Castle and visit the world famous fairytale kingdom of the former Bavarian ruler, learn about mysterious King Ludwig II, enjoy this lovely region of Europe and much more.

All year round

9 hour & 11 hour option

Possible options subject to conditions, preferences and time constraints:

  • During the 2 hour journey from Innsbruck to Neuschwantsein Castle enjoy great photo opportunities on route over the scenic Fern Pass, a majestic Tyrolean mountain road
  • In good weather a short detour to the famous Zugspitz Arena is highly recommended. Overlooking this beautiful area is Germany‘s tallest mountain, Zugspitze at 2,962m (9,717ft)
  • We have time to visit the beautiful old German town of Füssen if you choose not to go inside Neuschwanstein Castle – our recommended option in summertime
  • See the colourful castle of Hohenschwangau and neighbouring Lake Alpsee
  • Return to Innsbruck through the lovely Bavarian countryside with some time to stop at one of these places…
  • Wies Pilgrimage Church, the small Bavarian town of Oberammergau, Linderhof Palace gardens (summer only) or Ettal Benedictine Abbey

from €120 per person

Important Information

All Innsbruck to Neuschwanstein Tours include a visit to Neuschwanstein Castle, but in the summertime to make the most of the day entry to the castle is now not recommended. If you would like entry to the castle please let us know. In contrast from November 1st  to March 31st we include entry to the castle because the viewpoint from Marion‘s Bridge is often closed due to snow. A short walk uphill is required to get to the castle. Please bring your passport.

Included is pick-up and drop-off at your Innsbruck hotel plus a driver/guide who uses their experience to make sure you make the most of your day. Lunch is not included.

Minimum required per trip 3-4 persons (depending on the season and itinerary). We will quote you our best price to go alone in the event minimum numbers are not met.

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Possible options subject to conditions, preferences and time constraints:

  • During the 2 hour journey to Neuschwantsein Castle from Innsbruck enjoy great photo opportunities on route over the scenic Fern Pass, a majestic Tyrolean mountain road
  • In good weather a short detour to the famous Zugspitz Arena is highly recommended. Overlooking this beautiful area is Germany‘s tallest mountain, Zugspitze at 2,962m (9,717ft)
  • We have time to visit the beautiful old German town of Füssen if you choose not to go inside Neuschwanstein castle – our recommended option in summertime
  • Return to Innsbruck through lovely Bavarian countryside and a brief stop at Ettal Benedictine Abbey

Plus choose one of:

  1. Experience 3 countries in one day! We drive along the impressive Brenner Autobahn and south into South Tyrol and Vipiteno in Italy. Pizza is available
  2. Visit an authentic Austrian Alpine Hut or Alm – included in the price is a gondola ride to the top of the mountain. After taking in the stunning view we walk down 10 minutes to a lovely small hut where local food and a morning drink is available
  3. Enjoy an Alpine Summer Toboggan – have fun while enjoying gorgeous views.
    One toboggan ride and gondola up the mountain included*
  4. Drive an Alpine Summer Kart – not for the faint hearted! Race down the mountain at your own risk. Minimum age is 10 years old and height 150cm.
    Gondola ride up the mountain, kart and brakes included*
  5. Explore the mountain beauty of the area around Innsbruck – sit back and admire the majestic mountains & lakes of Innsbruck Land
  6. Take time to see the inside of Hohenschwangau Castle and Linderhof Palace

*Morning activity before Neuschwanstein Castle. In wet weather gondola ride only, and you are entitled to a refund of €5 per person. Please bring good shoes.

from €150 per person
(Some options only available June to September)

Important Information

All Innsbruck to Neuschwanstein Tours include a visit to Neuschwanstein Castle, but in the summertime to make the most of the day entry to the castle is now not recommended. If you would like entry to the castle please let us know. In contrast from November 1st  to March 31st we include entry to the castle because the viewpoint from Marion‘s Bridge is often closed due to snow. A short walk uphill is required to get to the castle. Please bring your passport.

Included is pick-up and drop-off at your Innsbruck hotel plus a driver/guide who uses their experience to make sure you make the most of your day. Lunch is not included.

Minimum required per trip 3-4 persons (depending on the season and itinerary). We will quote you our best price to go alone in the event minimum numbers are not met.

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