Munich

Munich

Arguably one of Germany’s most celebrated, famous, and visited cities; Munich is a popular spot for visitors from across the globe ranging from ordinary tourists to jet-setting celebrities. Munich has sights, attractions, and events for everyone. The city is a bustling metropolis filled with modern flair and classic culture at the same time.

Linderhof Palace

Linderhof Palace

As a palace found near Oberammergau located in the southeast Bavaria, the Linderhof Palace in Germany is the smallest among the three palaces erected by King Ludwig II of Bavaria, as this had been the only palace that got completed during his lifetime.

Neuschwanstein castle

Neuschwanstein castle

The Romanesque revival palace of Neuschwanstein castle, a 19th century castle, is found atop a rugged hill spotted above that of Hohenschwangau village, found near Füssen in Bavaria, Germany. The castle is a very popular tourist destination in the whole of Europe

Fussen

Fussen

The small German town of Fussen is located about 5 kilometers from the border of Austria on the Lech River banks in Bavaria. Fussen was an important town of the Roman territory of Raetia. One of the merits of the town is the serenity it affords every visitor. It is surely a good place for […]

Nuremberg

Nuremberg

Nuremberg is located to the north of Munich and is distanced by about 170 kilometers from Munich. Nuremberg is one of the significant industrial centers in Germany, as it is also a good tourist destination where the many sights never cease to lure the attention of the onlookers.

Bavaria vacations

Bavaria vacations

Bavaria’s capital Munich is well known as the gateway to the Alps – here you are barely an hour’s train ride away from the highest mountain in Germany – the Zugspitze – and before you reach these stunning Alpine scenes, there are beautiful forests and lakes, including the fine spa town of Tegernesee.

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