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.
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".
Bavaria captivates tourists with its rustic traditions, royal palaces, and, of course, the Alps.
The King Ludwig II Museum in Herrenchiemsee, Bavaria, be open to the public again at the end of April after extensive construction work. A special exhibition will show never seen designs for Neuschwanstein Castle.
Neuschwanstein is not only located in Bavaria; its brand now also belongs to the southern German state. The top EU court ruled that Bavaria can trademark the castle's name, much to the dismay of the souvenir industry.
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