Bavaria Tourist Attractions

The Neuschwanstein Castle, located in the Bavarian region of Germany is the ultimate when you are thinking of fantasy castles. It is the quintessential 19th century romantic palace read more arrow
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Germany's largest Mountain, the Zugspitze forms part of the Wetterstein Alpine mountain range that straddles the border with Austria. It lies just south of the town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, with its summit soaring to 2,962 meters and renowned for its gilded cross and magnificent views read more arrow
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Sprawling along the border between Germany and the Czech Republic, the Bavarian Forest is an extensive area of woodland that once covered much of southern Germany. During Roman times it was known as the Hercynian Forest and today extends across the same mountain range as the Bohemian Forest in the Czech Republic read more arrow
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One of the most popular resort towns in the Bavarian Alps is Berchtesgaden, which lies at one end of the German Alpine Highway. Soaring mountains surround the town on all sides and have long drawn hikers and sightseers, including Adolf Hitler who built his Eagle’s Nest retreat here read more arrow
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One of the World's Greatest Festival Munich, or Munchen as it is known by its German name, is the capital of Germany's Bavaria region and a great place to visit any time of the year. The city is renowned for its friendly and lively atmosphere – locals jokingly refer to their city as a small village - and has excellent shopping, museums and historic sights read more arrow
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