Neuschwanstein is often covered in fog, but if the timing is just right, it looks like this.
Neuschwanstein from the Marienbru00fccke in October.
The horns sometimes come out in the summer at Neuschwanstein
Neuschwanstein from the front.
Neuschwanstein is open all year round, only closing three days a year.
Neuschwanstein from the village below, Hohenschwangau.
Mary's bridge (Marienbru00fccke) from the castle's courtyard.
The walk down through the gorge just below the castle is a highlight for many visitors.
The village below Neuschwanstein, Hohenschwangau, is a sight in its own right.
Schloss Hohenschwangau (palace high swan region), located one hill over from Neuschwanstein.
The door bell at Neuschwanstein includes Wagner (never visited), Sissi (never visited) and of course King Ludwig II.
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