Dear Travellers, 🎒
Are you ready to experience a fairytale in real life! 🗺️
🏰 Check your bucket list because Uniflucht is taking you to a spot you always wanted to visit! Neuschwanstein Castle, which could be translated as New Swan Stone castle, is located in Bavaria, Germany.
🔎 Check out the itinerary below!
🎟️ There is a very high demand of international students for this trip! We only have a limited number of tickets available!
💺 HURRY UP! – LIMITED PLACES ARE AVAILABLE 💺
☑️ You will receive the exact meeting time up to 2 days before the departure. Please do not book any train or bus ticket to arrive one of our departure cities before you having the exact details by email. Please check your spams too 🙂
Hohenschwangau is located on the foot of the Alps in the Allgäu area. It has an impressive view to the Alps of the Lechtal and the Allgäu. It is the country of the Royal Castles, mountains and lake.
The two world famous royal castles Hohenschwangau and Neuschwanstein overlook the village from their majestic position.
Seven weeks after the death of King Ludwig II in 1886, Neuschwanstein was opened to the public. The shy king had built the castle in order to withdraw from public life – now vast numbers of people came to view his private refuge.
Today Neuschwanstein is one of the most popular of all the palaces and castles in Europe. Every year 1.4 million people visit “the castle of the fairy-tale king”.
🏰 Hohenschwangau Castle:
Hohenschwangau Castle was mentioned the first time in records of the 12th century.
Until the 16th century its owners were the knights of Schwangau. During the following time it changed hands a couple of times and was partially destroyed during different wars.
In 1832 the later King Maximilian II., father of King Ludwig II., acquired the ruin and had the castle rebuilt according to original plans. After its completion it used to be the summer and hunting residence of the Bavarian royal family. In his whole life, the famous Bavarian King Ludwig II. spent a few weeks each summer in Hohenschwangau. Since 1928 the Wilttelsbacher Ausgleichsfonds owns Hohenschwangau Castle.
Highline 179 Suspension Bridge 🌉 :
History meets innovation” is undoubtedly the best description for this unique setting and spectacular #ViewWithThrill“.
In the midst of one of the most important fortified areas of Central Europe, surrounded by wonderful scenery and imposing mountain chains, highline179 connects the castle ruins of Ehrenberg with Fort Claudia.
Due to highline179’s narrow and open design, visitors experience a remarkable floating sensation. At a height of 114 m and with a 360° panorama, the visit is really a unique experience. Daring visitors have been proving their courage by conquering highline179 since November 2014. In December 2014, the rope suspension bridge gained a place in the Guinness Book of Records as „Longest Tibet-style footbridge“.
❗️ IMPORTANT/Regarding the Necessary Travel Documents ❗️ :
📒 ▪Non- EU Citizens: need a Valid Passport AND Valid Schengen Visa or a Residence Permit.
📒▪️EU citizens need a valid Passport or National Identification (ID) card (Driving license is not sufficient)
📜 Photocopies and photographs of above mentioned documents will not be accepted.
❗️Please do not forget any of the above stated documents! Travellers without valid identity & visa documents will not be allowed to join us! Please consider the fact that your seats will be reserved, therefore in such case we will not be able to refund the paid amount!
Veranstalter: Divan Reisen GmbH 🚌
– Are you ready to start a new journey with Uniflucht? Pack your bags, get ready to make new friends and kick a good start of your trip !
– The first departures will be on Friday around at 21.00 from NRW-from HESSEN 01.00 – 04.00.
– Arrival to Hohenschwangau where the Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau Castles are situated will be in the morning.
– To enjoy this beauty we will give … Hours to do a sightseeing tour around, which will be also enough to visit the Castles, the lake also to enjoy the food at the restaurants around!
– Afterwards, we will head to Klause, there you will also have enough time to visit the Highline 179 Bridge and enjoy the amazing views of Germany !
– The exact time of arrival to your cities can be confirmed after the bus leaves . Feel free to contact the bus driver or one of the Uniflucht leaders to get more information.