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Wheelchair accessibility at Neuschwanstein? / Munich to Verona route

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How accessible is it for a motorized wheelchair? We will be driving from Munich to Innsbruck and down through the Dolomites to Verona. The castle is not exactly on our way so we'd be going out of our way to visit. While we'd like to see it, is it worth it to go 2 hours out of our way (considering we have a wheelchair)? Is the bridge with the famous scenic views accessible? How about going inside?

If we decide to skip the castle, we probably won't need to stay in Innsbruck on the way from Munich to Verona. Will we regret not staying in Innsbruck for a night? Anywhere else (maybe in the Dolomites?) you'd suggest staying for a night? Would love to see some beautiful scenery, and drive through some mountains.

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