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King Ludwig’s Bavaria

Visit his castles and other historical sites!

175 km – 6 days – 5 nights

We meet in the south of Munich at Nymphenburg castle where King Ludwig was born and continue on to the very spot on Lake Starnberg where he met his tragic end. A well-maintained bike path winds through the bucolic »Murnauer Moos« with its splash of summer wildflowers to the town of Oberammergau, site of the world-famous Passion Play. The trail opens into the »Graswang« valley as we approach the magnificent Linderhof castle. The famous »Wieskirch« (church in the meadow) and a marvel of Rococco architecture is worth a stop on our way to the city of Füssen. From here we make our way to Neuschwanstein castle, King Ludwig’s favourite hideaway, where he spent the last few days before being spirited away from political life. The castle can be seen from the distance and looms majestically above us as we approach.
Extras: The tour can be extended to include the return trip to Munich along the picturesque Via Claudia Augusta,
the famous Roman overland trade route.

Guided tours:
• choose your on times
• individualized tours can be booked daily from € 370,-/person/double occupancy.
• E-bikes and/or touring bikes can be rented upon request.
• Also included: entrance fees for all four castles incl. guides tours and baggage transport

 

For information:
Radtattouri: “Bike tours through Upper Bavaria” are lead by Elisabeth Eberth, author of several tour and cycling guide books.
Radtattouri • www.radtouren-oberbayern.de • Staltacher Str. 11 • 82393 Iffeldorf • radtouren-oberbayern@t-online.de • 088 56/804 24 83 • 015 20 609 73 07

 

For information in English contact:
Charlotte Weston-Horsmann at info@culture-view.com • 081 58 92 89 12

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