Things to in Ulm

Famous for being the birthplace of Albert Einstien, Ulm is a German city located close to the Danube River. It is also famous internationally for its church that has the tallest steeple in the world, which soars 161 meters in the sky. Located in the centre of the city and known as the Ulm Minister, […]

Things to in Passau

Also known as Dreiflüssestadt (the city of three rivers), and nestled away on the German/Austrian border, Passau is situated in Lower Bavaria. It is close to the Danube, which is connected on the north by Liz and on the south by Inn. It is famous for its structures including the cathedral of St. Stephen which […]

Things to in Bodensee

In Germany, Bodensee (known in English as Lake Constance) lies on the Rhine at the northern end of the Alps. It consists of three parts, the Untersee, the Obersee, and the Seerhein. The last named is connected with the Rhine. Three countries, Austria, Switzerland, and Germany share this lake, which derives its name after Bodman, […]

Hotels in Bavaria

Zur Post Kapellplatz 2, 84503 Tel (08671) 5040 Fax (08671) 6214 Rooms 93 Located in the heart of a charming small town on one of Germany’s oldest squares, the rooms here are classically elegant with fine wooden furniture, some with views over church spires. Guests can also enjoy several restaurants, as well as a pool […]

Ulm

Ulm

Famous for being the birthplace of Albert Einstien, Ulm is a German city located close to the Danube River. It is also famous internationally for its church that has the tallest steeple in the world, which soars 161 meters in the sky. Located in the centre of the city and known as the Ulm Minister, […]

Bavarian National Museum

Bavarian National Museum

Once you are over viewing the Bavarian State Archaeological Collection, it is time to move over to the Bavarian National Museum. Known locally as the Bayerisches Nationalmuseum, this Munich based museum, located in Prinzregentenstrasse, is considered as one of the most important of cultural history museums throughout Europe.

Bavarian State Archaeological Collection

Bavarian State Archaeological Collection

Germany is famous all over the world for its archaeological treasures. However, instead of wandering here and there, you can view a massive collection of them all in the Bavarian State Archaeological Collection.

Ulm Christmas Market

Ulm Christmas Market

This is the rarest of rare Christmas markets where there is something for everyone. It is but obvious that there are lots of scintillating decorations with twinkling fairy lights and lots of foil paper, what makes the Ulm Christmas market different from the rest is its diversity.

Brennhausen Castle

Brennhausen Castle

Found in the Rhön-Grabfeld in Bavaria, the Brennhausen Castle in Germany gets spotted at the Haßberge Nature Park. The origination of the name embraces two possibilities as one stresses the houses by that of a water source, and the other highlights the importance of the old German name, Brunicho. Also, the first mention pertaining to […]

Schloss Johannisburg

Schloss Johannisburg

The castle of Johannisburg in Aschaffenburg was erected during the period that extended between 1605 and 1614, and it was built by Georg Ridinger. Schloss Johannisburg had served as the second residence related to the prince bishop of Mainz until 1803, and the construction of this castle was made possible through sandstone and other building […]

Passau

Passau

Passau – the city of three rivers Also known as Dreiflüssestadt (the city of three rivers), and nestled away on the German/Austrian border, Passau is situated in Lower Bavaria. It is close to the Danube, which is connected on the north by Liz and on the south by Inn. It is famous for its structures […]

Augsburg

Augsburg

Situated in south-central part of Germany, Augsburg, a Bavarian city, is located 80 kilometers East of Ulm and 67 kilometers northwest of Munich. It is the third largest city of Bavaria and is preceded by Nürnberg and Munich. It boasts of a population of approximately 275,000 people. It also serves as a gateway to the […]

Bamberg

Bamberg

Situated 63 kilometers to the north of Nuremburg, Bamberg is located on the Regnitz River. More than 7,000 foreigners live in this city and this is inclusive of 4,100 members of the United States Army along with their dependants. It is assumed that this city derived its name from the House of the Bamberg family. […]

Regensburg

Regensburg

Located at the confluence of the Regen and the Danube rivers, Regensburg, a Bavarian city, is surrounded to its East by the Bavarian forest. It is also the capital of the Bavarian administrative region, Upper Palatinate. The huge medieval center of this city is a UNESCO world heritage site.

Hohenschwangau Castle

Hohenschwangau Castle

The 19th century palace of Hohenschwangau is located in southern Germany, and this was the castle where King Ludwig II of Bavaria had dwelled during his childhood.

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