Neuschwanstein Castle

The number one tourist attraction in the area. Attracting over 1.4 million visitors a year, it is a must-see when in the area.

It’s popularity also means long lines waiting for ticket. We, however, offer our guests a skip-the-line option. Book your tickets through us and you can skip the standing in line and go straight to the castle.

Please request this option when booking.
Skip-the-line ticket 16,80 € per adult and 3,80 € per child.
http://www.neuschwanstein.de/

Hohenschwangau Castle

The lesser known but equally spectacular Hohenschwangau Castle is also situated in the village of Hohenschwangau. This was the childhood home of King Ludwig II. It is worth visiting both castles if you have the time.

As with Neuschwanstein Castle, we offer a skip-the line ticket for Hohenschwangau Castle.
Book your tickets through us and you can skip the standing in line and go straight to the castle.

Please request this option when booking.
Skip-the-line ticket 16,80 € per adult and 3,80 € per child.
Or combine with Neuschwanstein Castle and get the King’s Ticket.
Adult 32,90 € and 7,60 € per child.

Museum of Bavarian Kings

Due to the high numbers visiting and the fact that only a few rooms were ever finished, we recommend our guests to also pay a visit to the Museum of Bavarian Kings.

The Museum is also situated in the village of Hohenschwangau and gives you a much deeper insight into the history of not only King Ludwig but of all the Kings and Royals of Bavaria in the 19th and 20th Century.

There is no time limit for the museum and you can come and go with your day ticket as you please.
https://www.hohenschwangau.de/museum_der_bayerischen_koenige.html

The High Palace in Füssen with the State Gallery

This is the former summer residence of the Prince Bishops of Augsburg. A magnificent example of a late gothic secular building which dominates the townscape of Füssen. Take a walk along the battlement walks and visit the Tower Room to gain insight into the way of life of a watch man.

The State Gallery in the High Palace is in the former residential rooms of the Prince Bishop and offers an exhibition of late gothic paneling and sculptures as well as a beautiful collection of local art from the 15th and 16th centuries.
https://www.stadt-fuessen.de/hohesschloss.html

Ludwig² Musical

Back due to popular demand, the Ludwig² Musical in the Festspielhaus theatre in Füssen. The musical with breathtaking scenes and exhilarating music is a must see for anyone visiting Füssen this year.

Tegelberg Mountain

Tegelberg Mountain, situated in Schwangau, with an elevation of 1,881 metres, can be reached by cable car. Tegelberg, a part of the Ammergau Alps is a wonderful day trip where you can watch hang gliders and paragliders while admiring the fascinating views below. Enjoy a hot chocolate and explore the many mountain trails and in winter, ski pistes.

We provide our guests with discounted tickets and great tips and maps of the area.
https://www.tegelbergbahn.de/startseite.html

Füssen Old Town

An easy ten-minute bus ride from Schwangau, this town is definitely worth a visit. With its Unique mix of shops and restaurants as well as beautiful architecture and even its own medieval castle, there is plenty to do for the whole family.
https://www.fuessen.de/

Royal Chrystal Baths

After a long day of sightseeing, what better way to relax and enjoy your surroundings, than with a visit to the Royal Chrystal Baths in Schwangau. With a great variety of saunas and treatments, you will leave refreshed and rejuvenated. We provide our guests with great discounts on the entrance fee – just ask at our reception.
https://www.kristalltherme-schwangau.de/

We can organize your tickets for you or book through www.i-ttc.com