Dear Friends,On 23.03.2019 our dreams will come true! Many of you have been telling us that you want to go to Neuschwanstein Castle but can't! So here we are! Since we are going all the way down to the border of Austria, it's time to see one of the longest suspension bridges of the world "The Highline 179". We are gonna leave everyone free if you want to visit Neuschwanstein Castle, Hohenschwangau Castle, The lake or the Bridge, so the entrance tickets are NOT included in the trip fee. Check the price list below for ticket fees and you can get the tickets from their page. We will tell you how to do it after the booking.Please fill in the form to apply for the trip: https://goo.gl/oCwr65Alternatively you can book the trip directly from our homepage: www.studifahrten.deIf you have any questions you can also add us and ask your questions in person:https://www.facebook.com/hueseyin.bahadir?fref=ts (in German)https://www.facebook.com/onurogul?fref=ts (in English)Here is the trip itinerary:Departure cities, approximate departure times and prices:👉 22.03.2019 - Friday Night to 23.03.2019 Saturday Morning🚩 Düsseldorf Central Station / Around 20:00 / 65 Euro (Friday)🚩 Cologne Central Train Station / Around 21:00 / 65 Euro (Friday)🚩 Frankfurt Central Train Station / Around 00:30 / 65 Euro (Saturday)🚩 Mannheim Central Train Station / Around 02:00 / 60 Euro (Saturday)🚩 Karlsruhe Central Train Station / Around 03:30 / 60 Euro (Saturday)🚩 Stuttgart Airport / Around 04:45 / 60 Euro (Saturday)👉 23.03.2019 - Saturday08:00 Arrival to Hohenschwangau where the Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau Castles are situated. 5 Hours free time to get to both castles or any castle you want, visiting the lake, getting food at the local restaurants in Hohenschwangau14:30 Departure from Hohenschwangau to Klause15:15 Arrival to Klause and free time to visit the Highline 179 Bridge.19:00 Departure from Klause after we experience the Bridge..Arrival back to our homes. The approximate arrival times are below:The given departure and arrival times are approximate timings and they might be one hour before or after. We always send the exact departure times 3 days before the trip in the last email with all other trip Info.👉 23.03.2019 Saturday Night to 24.03.2019 Sunday Morning Approximate Arrival Times🚩 Stuttgart Airport / Around 23:00 🚩 Karlsruhe Central Train Station / Around 23:59🚩 Mannheim Central Train Station / Around 01:30 (Sunday)🚩 Frankfurt Central Train Station / Around 02:00 (Sunday)🚩 Köln Central Train Station / Around 05:00 (Sunday)🚩 Düsseldorf Central Train Station / Around 06:00 (Sunday)On this trip we offer you:👍 The round trip with a modern, private, touristic coach with AC/WC/DVD👨✈️ 2 friendly drivers and a trip leader who will take care of you🥐 A snack pack upon arrival for the morning🗺️ Studifahrten info brochures📧 Postcard of Neuschwanstein💪 Tips about the trip👯 A great chance to make new friendsNot included are :🍽️ Your Lunch and Dinner🎁 Your private expenses like souvenirs, gifts etc.🎫 Ticket to Neuschwanstein Castle / 13 €🎫 Ticket to Hohenschwangau Castle / 13 €(Combi Ticket 25 €)🎫 Ticket to Highline 179 Bridge / 8€See u on the trip! :)Your Studifahrten TeamHohenschwangau: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. Neuschwanstein Castle: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“.