Ludwig II built one fine, romantic castle between 1869 and 1886, called
Neuschwanstein. It's been a tourist favorite from the start. Many
tourists come to the little resort village of Hohenschwangau to get
tickets to visit and then return after climbing up to the castle and
touring its 15 rooms. But that's a shame, because the area that charmed
Ludwig is still as charming today (ok, you'll have to look beyond the
tourist flim-flam, but still).
In any case, we have some pictures of a castle walk and what
you're likely to see, including tourists so smitten with the romantic
notion of Neuschwanstein they feel inclined to smooch in the shadow of
Ludwig's fairytale castle. See our Mad Ludwig's Neuschwanstein
Castle Virtual Tour.