LUNA MIA BOUTIQUE APARTMENTS
Large, luxurious and contemporary self catering units with a large garden and an open air grill. Ideal for active families with teenage children who appreciate a touch of style and are ready to spend a little more.
Schwangau Homes offers 13 apartments split across three different buildings, in a village very close to the Castles Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau.
Come and relax with us, take in the good air and quiet environment. Our apartments can cater for families, groups or single travellers offering kitchen facilities or excellent restaurants very close by.
There are a number of hotels and food joints close by where you can have a bite to eat if you are not up to the task of preparing your own meal.
Schwangau is home to the Castles Neuschwanstein, Hohenschwangau and Bullachberg along with appoximately a population of 3370 people. Most people do come to see the castles and are done within hours. For those travelling with a little more time, the village, it´s people and the landscape around here make it obvious why royalty already enjoyed it´s hidden secrets.
The HighlIne 179 in Reutte/Tyrol, at a dizzying height of 114 metres you can see the 406-metre-long pedestrian bridge that crosses the valley along which the B179 road runs south across the Alps. With a certain amount of courage you will be rewarded with a fantastic panoramic view of the Reutte basin and the surrounding […]READ MORE
Always on Shrove Tuesday everything revolves around the young “Maschkerer”. This day is a must for all children in and around Schwangau. On this colourful afternoon there will be music, games, guard dances, the visit of the princely couple, and a best costume competition. on 05. March 2019 at 14:00 o’clock in the SchloßbrauhausREAD MORE
Year after year the big carnival parade in Schwangau attracts thousands of visitors to the village of royal castles. For generations, this place has been considered a carnival stronghold far beyond the borders of the region. Numerous associations and delegations from surrounding villages and the neighbouring Tyrol come to Schwangau to take part in the […]READ MORE
Since the middle of the 17th century it is custom for Krampusses accompanied by St. Nicholas to visit children around St. Nicholas Day on the 6th of December.READ MORE
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