Astrid Baur Travel is based in Hopfen am See, just outside of Fussen (Füssen or Fuessen in German) in the southern part of Bavaria. The Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau castles are within 5 km (3 miles) of Fussen.
Email is fast, flexible, and free, and the form of communication people use most to reach us.
Send email inquiries and messages to this email link .
Special email links are provided on our Feedback page for sending us comments about your tour, tour group photos, and comments about this website.
We send regular Newsletters by email, as explained below.
If you are having trouble with our click-on email links, you can paste this address into your email program manually: email@example.com. See Email Troubleshooting below for one possible explanation, especially if you are using Windows 10.
Telephone connections work well, but there are time zone differences.
Germany is normally 6 hours ahead of Eastern Time, 9 ahead of Pacific.
When it's 8 p.m. in New York, it's 2 a.m. in Germany.
When it's 8 p.m. in Los Angeles, it's 5 a.m. in Germany.
Our U.S. phone number is (202) 580 - 8732.
The direct number in Europe is +49 171 546 6839.
We have a trans-Atlantic long distance plan. If you have a question best handled by telephone, we can call you. Send an email with your number and the time of day most convenient for you.
You can send a fax message to our office:
+ 49 8362 916 723
Air Mail letters should be addressed to:
Astrid Baur Travel
European Castles Tours produces short email Newsletters to keep past and potential clients up-to-date on new tour offerings and other changes. Newsletter subscribers will receive some exclusive offers and information. You can sign up on the Newsletters and Brochure page.
Contact information provided to Astrid Baur Travel is used to respond to requests and questions and for tour booking purposes only, and is not sold, shared or otherwise disclosed to any other company, organization or individual.
If clicking on our email links is not launching your email program you may need to set or reset your system's default email handler. This seems to be a frequent problem for recent conversions to Microsoft Windows 10, where the default email handler has to be set separate from the default browser. Windows 10 setup instructions are provided here.