Neuschwanstein
Germany
   
Munich
Munich (München / Muenchen) is the capital of Bavaria and Germany's third largest city (1.3 million in 2006)
Neuschwanstein Castle
Schloss Neuschwanstein – Ludwig's first and most famous castle, a dramatic Romanesque fortress build on a commanding hilltop high above the village of Hohenschwangau
Linderhof Palace
Schloss Linderhof – Ludwig's second major creation, an ornate palace in neo-French Rococo style with elaborate formal gardens, nestled in a secluded forest valley about 15 km from Fussen (as the crow flies)
Village of Oberammergau
Oberammergau is a picturesque village famous for the elaborate passion play staged every ten years and also for its beautifully painted houses and woodcarving.
Wieskirche
The Wieskirche, also known as The Church in the Meadow, is a Rococo church built between 1745 and 1754 in a remote location near the foothills of the Alps.  It was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1983.
Eagle's Nest
The Eagle's Nest (Kehlsteinhaus in German) was built on a mountain top near Berchtesgaden as an official 50th birthday present for Adolf Hitler from the Nazi party.  Nicknamed Eagle's Nest by a French diplomat, it was meant to be a retreat for Hitler and a place for him to entertain visiting dignitaries.

Vienna Hofburg
Austria
   
Salzburg
Capital of the Austrian state of Salzburg, famous for its baroque architecture
Vienna
Capital of Austria, its largest city (1.7 million), and the country's cultural, economic and political center
Schönbrunn Palace
Schönbrunn is one of the most beautiful and important cultural monuments in Austria, illustrating the tastes and aspirations of successive Habsburg monarchs.  Massive and elegant palace and gardens complex.
Wachau Valley
The Wachau is an Austrian valley with a landscape of high visibility formed by the Danube river.  It is one of the most prominent tourist destinations of Lower Austria, located midway between the towns of Melk and Krems. It is 30 km in length and was already settled in prehistoric times.
Melk Abbey
Melk Abbey is an Austrian Benedictine abbey founded in 1089 and one of the world's most famous monastic sites. It is located above the town of Melk on a rocky outcrop overlooking the river Danube in Lower Austria, adjoining the Wachau valley.