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Neuschwanstein Itinerary...too much?

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As we fine-tune our trip more and more, I find I have more questions, and the more I read, the I second guess myself.

We will be arriving in the Fussen area around 1300. We will tour Hohenschwangau castle, then spend the evening just roaming around. From this point, we have 2 choices:

1. Wake up, checkout, go to Marienbrucke (maybe we can do Marienbrucke evening of day 1), to Neuschwanstein, then off to the tabbogon & zugspitze summit,. Or we can rearrange the previous stated order as well.

2. We have another night we can use here, but if we don't have to, I don't want to.

This part of our trip is not a "high point" so we aren't trying to absorb too much of local culture, etc. This is simply to take my daughter to a castle I had been to years ago.

Also, we will have a car for independent travelling.

(This is in June)

Thank you for your expert insight. I always enjoy it!

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