Bavaria provide a range of unusual ways for visitors of all ages to explore their heritage, their rich past and the life of today. Experience the magic of Bavarian. These are our tips for exploring Bavaria.
Explore vibrant cities with amazing architecture, fabulous shopping and pulsating nightlife. Enchanting medieval and picturesque villages and traditional wine villages with friendly festivals and regional specialities.
Located directly on Karlsplatz Square, this hotel in the heart of Munich features the award-winning Königshof Restaurant.
Surrounded by beautiful mountain views, this aparthotel in Inzell was built in 1998, offering a 60-square-metres wellness area and free WiFi.
This hotel stands within a grand castle estate overlooking Tegernsee Lake, and offers a wellness area, outdoor and indoor pools
This 5-star Alpine-style hotel is located in the center of Oberammergau, less than half a mile from the Passion Theater.
This 5-star hotel in the Allgäu holiday resort of Oberstdorf offers a large garden with a natural pool.
This 5-star hotel with free Wi-Fi and design interiors is just 100 yards from Munich Main Station. Spa facilities at the Sofitel Munich include
This elegant hotel in Munich lies beside the English Garden, a 14-minute tram ride from Marienplatz. It was newly renovated in 2012,
Take a day trip to the home town of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart on a guided full day rail tour from Munich to Salzburg.
Embark on a guided tour of Berchtesgaden, Hitler's mountain retreat and the southern headquarters of the Nazi party
Neuschwanstein Castle is wrapped in mystery and beauty. The former dream of the Wittlesbach king,
Based on the best selling book by Ian Sayer and Douglas Botting, this tour explores the region of Bavaria
Surround yourself with castles and medieval villages as you travel along the Romantic Road during a full day
Leave Munich aside for the day to explore Salzburg and the idyllic Lake District. You'll travel in the comfort
Travel to Nuremburg by train on a full-day trip to one of Germany's most beautiful cities. Enjoy a fully-guided
The vast Unesco-listed Residenz, built by 18th-century architect Balthasar Neumann as the home of the local prince-bishops, is one
This enormous castle complex above the Altstadt poignantly reflects Nuremberg's medieval might. The main attraction is a tour
The sprawling English Garden is among Europe's biggest city parks – it even rivals London's Hyde Park and New York's Central Park
Corking up Odeonsplatz' southern side is Friedrich von Gärnter's Feldherrnhalle, modelled on the Loggia dei Lanzi in Florence.
The ornate Gothic Pfarrkirche Unsere Liebe Frau (1350-58), better known as the Frauenkirche, was built as a repository for the crown
On good days, views from Germany’s rooftop extend into four countries. The round trip starts in Garmisch aboard a cogwheel train
Appearing through the mountaintops like a mirage, Schloss Neuschwanstein was the model for Disney’s Sleeping Beauty castle.
The Eagle's Nest was built as a mountaintop retreat for Hitler, and gifted to him on his 50th-birthday. It took some 3000 workers