Due to King Ludwig II’s early death, the interior at the castle was never completed. Guided tours visit the staterooms, which are on the upper floors of the castle, and include some intriguing examples of German historicism. The rooms are often designed to appear medieval, but the castle still had the latest 19th Century technology, including telephone lines, running warm water, and a central heating system. Visitors will see the Hall of the Singers, the Throne Hall, the Drawing Room, study, and dining room. Tours are available in English and German and take about 30 minutes. An audio guide is available in Japanese, French, Spanish, Italian, Czech, Slovenian, Russian, Polish, Chinese (Mandarin), Portuguese, Hungarian, Greek, Dutch, Korean, Thai, Arabic, and Hebrew.