Bavarian mountain peaks in the sunrise


Eibsee at the foot of the highest mountain in Germany
The Eibsee is the natural highlight at the foot of the highest mountain in Germany

Region Of Bavaria Inspiration and pure attitude to life

Bavaria, a synonym for bright blue skies, crystal-clear lakes, medieval towns, vibrant cities, friendly hospitality, Bavarian tradition, mysterious forests, snow-capped peaks, but mostly, UNESCO World Heritage sites and a wealth of cultural attractions. Bavaria has it all anyone can ask for and it can only be experienced positively.

Tapping traditional German beer
Traditional beer is brewed strictly according to the German purity law

Experience Bavaria Bavaria diversity

Bavaria has it all anyone can ask for and it can only be experienced positively if the guests feel welcome. This region focuses on communicating authentic stories about different Bavarian personalities and their ways of life.

The Wonderful Alps The largest and highest mountain range in Europe

They stretch for over 1,200 kilometers through a whole seven countries: Italy, France, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, Slovenia, Liechtenstein, and Germany. However, the Bavarian Alps are considered the most beautiful part of Germany, where you can find limestone mountains, the famous Wetterstein with the highest mountain Zugspitze or the Berchtesgaden Alps with the famous lake Königsee.

Unesco Cities & Attractions World Heritage Sites in Bavaria

If you embark on a journey through Bavaria, you can expect an extraordinary variety of impressive cultural treasures, embedded in a charming landscape, an incomparable authenticity and proud, living tradition. The diversity of Bavarian cities inspires more and more visitors every year. Whether the big cities of Munich and Nuremberg or one of the numerous smaller historic towns - every Bavarian town has its own individual charm that no visitor can escape.

Rothenburg Ob Der Tauber

Rothenburg Ob Der Tauber The Germany´s prettiest Fairytale town

One of the best preserved and beautiful towns in Germany - Rothenburg’s pure magic - the ultimate walled city adorned with pastel gabled cottages, flowers spilling from window boxes, and wrought iron hanging signs. The web of cobbled medieval streets, the charming medieval architecture and its fortified city walls are everywhere to be admired.

Bamberg A city on the Hills

Declared as a "World Heritage Site of Humanity", Bamberg, a cityscape with its episcopal mountains, imposing sights of the cathedral square and the bourgeois island town are Fascination World Heritage. From enchanting old-half-timbered buildings to well-established "haute-cuisine" restaurants, the middle-class center of Bamberg, the Island District, is always full of life, and it is not only home to the most University Faculties, but also to many residents.

Regensburg The best-preserved medieval town in Germany

With an exceptional testimony to cultural traditions in the Holy Roman Empire as well as a flourishing European trading center in the High Middle Ages, Regensburg´s old town is considered an exceptional example of an intact medieval trading town, reflecting the economic, political, and religious developments of the High Middle Ages like no other city in Central Europe.

Augsburg The northern most city in Italy

A city connected to water through beautiful mountains, water towers and alleys crisscrossed by small canals. The world's only art-historically significant fountain triad lines Maximiliansstraße - Augsburg's famous boulevard. Characterized by Roman roots and the trading dynasties of the Fuggers and Welser, it is a city with more than 2,000 years of history. What makes Augsburg impressive is the title award of UNESCO World Heritage Site, which includes 22 monuments that are still present today.

Nuremberg Hidden in the alleys of the old town

Nuremberg is characterized by the historic buildings of the old town, surrounded by a imposing city wall. The medieval Kaiserburg, enthroned on the sandstone hill, offers a view over the roofs of the city and Nuremberg's most important churches. Immerse yourself in the romantic neighborhoods where the half-timbered houses come to life. It is tne home of the most well-known Christmas market in Europe.

Castles, Palaces & Gardens Almost found everywhere in Bavaria

Bavaria welcomes you with countless castles, palaces, residences & historic gardens, old medieval towns, artist´s houses, impressive cities and so much more. From the three royal residences of Ludwig II, Neuschwanstein, Linderhof and Herrenchiemsee, the Imperial Castle of Nuremberg to the Residences of Munich and Würzburg which have become world-famous tourist attractions.

Oktoberfest The world´s largest volk festival

Oktoberfest, also known as the beer festival, takes places every year from mid-September to around the first days in October in the Theresienwiese, the largest fairground in Munich. This festival attracts millions of visitors from all around the world. Oktoberfest was originally the royal wedding of King Ludwig I and the princess Therese of Saxony-Hildburghausen, who were honored with a huge horse race and many festivities. This marked definitely the birth of the actual Oktoberfest.

Bavarian mountains and lake

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