Many people came to Fussen to use it as a transit point to Swan Castle. In fact, as long as they take a moment, they will find that the small city has a beautiful beauty. The old town is not big, it can be completed in an hour's walk, the main street (Reichenstrase), two squares (Brotmarkt and Schrannenplatz), three churches (bishop Hohes Schloss, St.) Kloster und Kirche St. Mang and Heilig-Geist-Spitalkir-che, and some houses of 7788.
Walk in the old town of Fussen, you will not miss the small and dazzling building of P1, which is the Holy Spirit Hospital Church. It was burned down in 1733. The reconstructed church is lined with Rococo-style murals depicting the god of firefighting, St. Florian, and the patron saint of the Lech River, St. Christopher.
The old town is full of precious historical and cultural heritage. The P5 building is the monastery of St. Munchen, and its history dates back to the ninth century. It is also home to the Fssen Municipal Museum and is considered to be the best violin collection in Europe. This is the place where Fssen is the most historical and cultural heritage, and the pride of the Fussen people.
The accommodation and catering industry in the Old Town is very developed. There are many medieval buildings, and monasteries, bureaucracies, churches and many museums are located in the area. The town at night is quiet and serene, and the restaurants and shops that open during the day are alive and well.
The murals in the old town of Fssen are not as dense as those of Amorg, but there are also works that are very beautiful and worthy of stopping. The cottages here are also painted in colorful colours, with the Alps as the backdrop and the Lech River, which is somewhat closer to the fairy tale than Rothenburg.
Lai Xin Street is not long, go to the end, then the ancient city. After going out, turn right and turn, which is the moat of the moat here, the color of which is different in shades of jade. It is like a jade belt, quietly guarding Fusen, a beautiful and unique town. I rarely saw the introduction of the Lech River in the forum travels, so it was not until we walked to her side that she was truly surprised by her beauty.
Fairytale world, Neuschwanstein, Germany! Disney Castle Prototype
Germany Neuschwanstein, the prototype of the Disney Sleeping Princess Castle,
Neuschwan Castle after snowing, just like the fairy tale world, full of artistic temperament, standing Looking up at the castle, it is too beautiful, this is the castle in the dream!
The biggest snow in my life, the Neuschwanstein Castle on Marianne Bridge is blurred in the snow, so good, I will come again in the summer!
The more fascinating thing about Neuschwanstein, which is known to everyone because of Jay Chou's wedding photos, is the prototype of Disney Castle. It is situated on the mountainside and has a romantic romance.
Neuschwanstein was founded in 1869 on a small mountain peak in the suburbs of Fussen, a small town on the southern border of Germany. It has a fairytale appearance and a beautiful landscape that blends with the surrounding lakes and mountains. One of the most famous castles.
New Swan Castle is a symbol of Germany. Because it is the prototype of Disney Castle, it is also called Cinderella Castle.
This castle is one of the palaces of King Ludwig II of Bavaria. There are 360 rooms, of which only 14 rooms were completed according to the design. The other 346 rooms were not completed due to the death of the King in 1886. It is the most photographed building in Germany and one of the most popular tourist attractions.
In fact, the previous Neuschwanstein was not very popular, until Jay Chou and Kun Ling took a wedding photo here, it is widely known. So if a couple comes here, they must take a photo. The best angle of
Swan Castle was the lawn in front. At that time, Jay Chou chose to shoot here. The vast grassland symbolizes the broad love. There are also many places to visit around
Neuschwanstein. We also came here to paint the grandfather of Neuschwanstein.
This is a masterpiece by Ludwig II, with a fairytale look and scenery. Neuschwanstein Castle began construction in 1869 and has 360 rooms. When Ludwig II died 17 years later, only 14 were built, which is the 14 rooms we visited.
The happiest thing is that there is a free Chinese commentator here. Every time you go to a room, the interpreter automatically senses. Including the throne hall, the king's bedroom, the living room, the dressing room, the big concert hall, etc., the decoration is very gorgeous.
Devich II loved all kinds of operas and stage plays since he was a child. He himself wrote a lot of scripts that praised the good and defeated evil. He was also an admirer of the famous German stage playwright Wagner. In the era of the revolution, he was dissatisfied with his own status as a prestigious name, trying to change and not doing what he wanted, and thus often contradicted the elders in the cabinet. His contacts with Wagner were strongly opposed by the cabinet people and the people because of excessive squandering and public and private disregard. Wagner was eventually forced to leave Munich, making Ludwig II more disgusted with Munich, and enamored in the Bavarian mountains, a world that makes him feel happy and comfortable. In 1868, southwest of Bavaria, Ludwig II built this extravagant castle and created his own fairy tale world to escape the real world. In 1886, the castle was opened to the public seven weeks after his death and has since become one of the most visited castles in Europe.
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On New Year's Day, I went to see Neuschwanstein Castle and followed the guide into the interior of Neuschwanstein. We curiously spy on everything that Ludwig II worships and likes. This talented, king who lives in romance and self-imagination for the rest of his life has the highest rights and possesses this rich land. Only he refused to marry and refused to govern. Knowing that he lost his rights, he was still borrowing money to build Neuschwanstein. He refused all his troubles and uneasiness outside the castle and hid in the Eden he built. He is lonely, he has always been a person, even compared to the luxurious open hall, his table is always small, and does not allow people to approach.
His room is also narrow and narrow, and the bed is not big. After I visited Helen Kimm Palace, I was amazed at the simplicity of the bedroom in Neuschwanstein. I can't tell which style the king loves.
From the perspective of architectural art, the interior of Neuschwanstein is more borrowed from the Italian decorative style (Helen Jim Palace is completely imitation of the French Palace of Versailles.) Although the color is the calm blue Royal, but the details The ivory, glass, and brass design also demonstrates its style and sophistication. There is even a man-made cave in the interior, which is close to nature. I highly recommend that you enter the interior of Neuschwanstein for a visit. After all, seeing a home built for yourself is a direct way to walk into and explore the loneliness of Ludwig II.
The end of Romantik Avenue is "owned" in Fussen, Neuschwanstein, which is actually a small town in the southern state of Bayern.
# Neuschwanstein # On a small mountain peak in the suburbs of Fuessen, it was designed according to the dream of King Ludwig II of Bavaria and took 17 years to build.
The castle is filled with the atmosphere of the Middle Ages. From a different perspective, the castle shows a changing face.
On the bridge to see Neuschwanstein, you must remember to go to the end before you start taking pictures. If you just stop at the center of the bridge, you will only see a small face of Neuschwanstein.~~~
The castle can see countless swan pictures, gold, painted, or other. . . Together with the lakes and lakes around the castle outside the castle of Neuschwanstein, this building is indeed a paradise on earth, the castle of the dreamy knight, emerging in the jungle of the mountains, the looming elegance of the appearance, so that we are all eye-catching ! The
explanation tells us that the Alice Castle in the modern Dinis Paradise is also built on the blue swan castle, which brings joy to countless children.
* Tips - Visiting the interior of Neuschwanstein is required to buy tickets. Each ticket has a time point and can only be entered at this time (10-15 minutes), so it must be It is necessary to go to the door early to wait for admission, otherwise the ticket will not be available.
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Neuschwanstein is a late 19th-century building located in the southwestern part of Bavaria, Germany, near the early Hohenschwangau, about 4 km from the town of Fssen, not far from the German-Austrian border. This castle is one of the palaces of King Ludwig II of Bavaria.
Map of the Fussen township obtained by the Visitor Center. We parked the car at P4, because P4 left the carriage location recently, we just went up the mountain to take pictures so we didn't pick up the ticket. Pick up the ticket at i. Since Swan Castle is a popular attraction, it is best to buy tickets online beforehand, and it is convenient to pick up tickets at the ticket collection center. It is very stinky to take the carriage, but the advantage is to look at the scenery all the way. Because the Maria Bridge is being repaired when I go, I still choose to make a carriage. The carriage is 6 Euros per person. If you go to the Syracuse Bridge to the Syracuse Bridge, the nearest route is to take the bus, or you will take 15-20 minutes from the station to the Maria Bridge. It takes about 30 minutes to walk down the mountain. It is just a way to go down the mountain. It is a road.
Because the Maria Bridge was overhauled, only the vista of Swan Castle,
Baroque Church, was taken. You can't take pictures in Neuschwanstein.
If you want to experience a fairy tale tour, Neuschwanstein will not let you down. As the prototype of Disney Castle, this castle full of dreams is also known as the "Cinderella Castle", which is located in the foothills of the Alps, near the town of Fussen. Mountain roads are not difficult to walk, whether it is hiking uphill or riding a horse-drawn carriage, it is a good choice, depending on personal preference. From any angle, the castle can be beautifully painted. It is located in a misty mountain, like an elf, so beautiful. Adjacent to it is the Older Swan Castle, which was earlier than it was, but it was more historical. Such a paradise on earth, if there is an opportunity, you still have to go and experience it yourself:
Germany is the country with the largest number of castles in the world, and the most famous of them is the Neuschwanstein Castle in the foothills of the Alps. Even Disney uses it as a prototype for a castle in a fairy tale.
The owner of Neuschwanstein is the king of Bavaria - Ludwig II. Although the king is not a ruling country, he is a very talented artist. The king personally participated in the design of Neuschwanstein and applied the elements of the opera "Swan Knight" to the castle. Its a pity that his lifelong work Neuschwand was not built until he passed away...
But the interior of Neuschwanstein is not luxurious, and the level of luxury is not comparable to that of the kings other house. De Hof Palace. It seems that the king really regards this as a fairy tale world that escapes reality.
Off topic, many kings in Europe are regarded as "crazy" by the world, and Ludwig II is one of them. Maybe, people who are not worried about life, thoughts are always different from people in the world. However, he is indeed a person who knows life very well.
If it is free, it is recommended to book in advance on the official website. Because the visit is limited, if you arrive late, you can't buy a ticket. (How to book Baidu search, very detailed)
Even if you book a ticket, you have to go to the ticket office to pick up the ticket, and many people queue up. (To pick up tickets and buy tickets is two channels, don't make mistakes)