A busy week has meant this week’s intended post about our day trip to Southern Bavaria and the Neuschwanstein Castle has gone by the wayside! However it does give me a chance to share some photos of the pretty little town of Fuessen, which nestles at the foot of the Bavarian Alps near the Austrian border. Fuessen is at the end of the rail line from Munich – the journey takes about 2 hours one way. The town centre, however, is often overlooked by tourists heading off to see the nearby castles of Hohen Schwangau – the buses leave from the car park adjacent to the station. We did 2 trips to Fuessen during our Bavarian holiday. The first, in pouring rain, was very different to the glorious day we had later on for our tour round Neuschwanstein. Despite the inclement weather the town had a certain charm even under the gloomy grey clouds. It is also at the southern end of the Romantic Road, which links some of Bavaria’s most picturesque towns. Like many places we came across during our Bavarian travels, it also had plenty of cafes and eateries serving hearty, warming meals perfect for a cold wet day!
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