Neuschwanstein Castle Tour from Munich: Round Trip by Train

The Neuschwanstein Castle tour from Munich is the most popular and cheapest way to explore this fairytale castle. Most tourists staying in Munich prefer this guided tour ticket to Neuschwanstein Castle.

This ticket includes a seamless round-trip journey from Munich, so you can plan your trip without any transportation worries.

It also includes entry to Neuschwanstein Castle, so you can enjoy your trip without worrying about the long ticket queues.

And the best part? You’ll be accompanied by a guide throughout the tour, from Munich to Neuschwanstein Castle.

During this full-day tour from Munich, you can explore the lake and other vantage points around the castle. 

If you have extra time and the weather permits, you can even enjoy a swim. 

If you decide to buy a ticket on the day, you can avoid the long lineups for the additional internal tour of the king’s private chambers. 

These tickets allow you to pick your perfect day and time to visit at €69 for adults, €48 for kids, and €67 for students with ID.

This makes the tour a great option for everyone. Ready to explore Neuschwanstein Castle? Book your tour today!

Neuschwanstein Castle from Munich tour includes:

  • A day trip to Neuschwanstein Castle 
  • Round-trip transportation from Munich to Neuschwanstein Castle
  • Live tour guide throughout the journey (English or Spanish)
  • Insights to King Ludwig’s lavish world
  • Scenic vantage points of the castle’s surroundings
  • Optional Neuschwanstein skip-the-line tickets (€17 and payable directly on the morning of the tour)
  • Duration: 9.5–10 hours

Neuschwanstein Castle Tour from Munich Prices:

Visitors’ AgeTicket prices
Adult ticket (14+ years)€69
Child ticket (6 to 13 years)€48
Infant ticket (up to 5 years)€18
Student ticket (with ID)€67

To avoid crowds, consider booking Neuschwanstein Castle tickets in advance.

Know Before You Go:

There is a 20-minute uphill walk for this tour. The incline can occasionally be quite severe. Anyone with serious walking difficulties should skip the walk.

An optional horse-drawn carriage will carry you to the summit so you can avoid walking. Taking a bus uphill is another alternative.

Occasionally, private buses will be your mode of transportation instead of a train from Munich to Neuschwanstein Castle.

The tour departs at 9.30 am and arrives back in Munich at around 6.30 pm.

The 10.30 am tour departs from Munich and returns at 7.30 pm.

Cancellation Policy 

A flexible cancellation policy allows you to cancel your tickets for Neuschwanstein Castle from Munich up to 24 hours before your visit for a full refund.

It gives travelers peace of mind knowing they are not locked into their plans and can cancel or reschedule their Neuschwanstein tickets as needed.

Starting location:
Dachauer Str. 4
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Transfer (2 hours)
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Hohenschwangau, Free time(45min)
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Schwangau, Free time(45 minutes)
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Schwangau Lunch, Free time (2 hours)
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Transfer(2 hours)
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Arrive back at: Dachauer Str. 4

FAQs

 Do you need tickets for Neuschwanstein Castle?

Yes, tickets are required for entry inside the Neuschwanstein Castle. 

Can you see Neuschwanstein without a ticket?

Yes, you can see the exterior and the surrounding areas without a ticket, providing scenic views and photo opportunities. 

To explore the castle’s interior, you need to buy tickets to Neuschwanstein Castle.

How to get tickets to Neuschwanstein Castle?

You can purchase Neuschwanstein Castle tickets online. Just select the number of tickets, date, and time, and make the payment.

Upon completing the purchase, you’ll receive confirmation details on your email address.

It’s recommended to book in advance to secure your preferred date and time, especially during peak seasons when demand is high.

How much are tickets to Neuschwanstein Castle?

The Neuschwanstein Castle tour from Munich costs €69 for adults aged 14 years and above, €48 for children (6 to 13 years), €18 for infants (up to 5 years), and €67 for students with ID.

Is it worth going inside Neuschwanstein Castle?

Absolutely! The interior of Neuschwanstein Castle is as beautiful as the exterior.

You can visit the interior on a guided tour that takes 35 to 40 minutes and provides insights into the fascinating life of King Ludwig II.

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