Excursion to Neuschwanstein from Prague

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Route: Prague - Neuschwanstein - Prague
Duration: 10 h

Castle Neuschwanstein - is made in a romantic style castle with a beautiful five-palace on the banks of Schwansee (Swan Lake). The castle was built in the late XIX century. Examination of magnificent royal chambers, throne room and other facilities castle. Castle Hohenschwangau standing on a medieval foundation XII century, was built by knights Shvangau. In the XIX century, during the Napoleonic wars the castle was badly damaged, but later restored in the neo-gothic style.

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Price: 68.00 EUR
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