Whenever government affairs allowed, King Ludwig II fled to the countryside. He had lodges and palaces built at some of the most beautiful spots in the mountains. We present some of his royal refuges.
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Linderhof was the favorite castle of the Bavarian King Ludwig II. On the occasion of his 173rd birthday (August 25th), visitors celebrated his desire for beauty during the "King Ludwig Night".
Bavarian King Ludwig II had Neuschwanstein built as a retreat - but for a long time it has not been quiet here. Every year, 1.5 million visitors visit the fairy tale castle. Join us for a all-round view visit.
Neuschwanstein Castle, built by King Ludwig II, remains the biggest tourist magnet in Bavaria. Bayreuth and Munich are also popular with visitors.
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