Attractions in Germany
Hamelin lies on the river Weser near the city of Hanover as is famous for the story of the Pied Piper.
Linderhof Palace is located at the very southern end of Bavaria and was King Ludwig's home for many years. It's isolated location meant he could live undisturbed by matters of court and enjoy his operas in peace.
Neuschwanstein is probably Germany's most iconic castle – and the inspiration for Disney's fairytale castle. Built by the 'Mad King' Ludwig of Bavaria as his personal home, the castle was never fully completed.
The Romantic Road, is one of Germany's themed roads, running through Bavaria from Wurzburg, to Fussen on the Austrian border, culminating in the magnificent Neuschwanstein Castle.