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Just gathering thoughts on experiences with some of the southern castles. We are planning to spend 2 nights in Fussen, Germany in a few weeks. I had planned to see Neuschwanstein for sure. I know there are people who believe strongly on both sides of to see or not to see, authentic or not etc but what about Hohenschwangau and Linderhof? We plan to spend one day doing Castles and another exploring the nearby small towns like Oberammergau and possibly Wierskirche. Possibly something like this but split into 2 days...
http://www.europeancastlestours.com/tours/daytours.htm#Bavaria


We are a family that includes 3 small children (10,8 and 6) but my sons are super excited about the Castles. I say that now as I'm sure they could get old quick. So what do you recommend for kids? Any better than others?

Thanks!
Heather

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