Bavaria is Germany’s largest federal state. The Oktoberfest beer festival in Munich, the fairy-tale castle Neuschwanstein or the ski resorts in Garmisch Partenkirchen are all in Bavaria. This is a list of the eight most beautiful places in this beautiful region that you simply have to visit.
1. Schwangau-Neuschwanstein Castle
The Neuschwanstein fairytale castle is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful castles in the world. It belonged to King Ludwig, also known as Fairy Tale King, and was built in the 19th century. It is located in the Bavarian Alps in Schwangau.
2. Dinkelsbühl, Bavaria
Dinkelsbühl is a village in Bavaria. As it is not one of the most famous places in Germany, it is not very crowded with tourists. Visiting this deina is really worth it, you can admire many colorful German houses, which create a very pleasant atmosphere of German culture.
Munich is known mainly for the beer festival Oktoberfest, which is held annually in this largest Bavarian city. Among other things, Munich is also a university city and is often associated with technical fields.
Romantic city of Regensburg is located on the banks of the river Danube and the most important building of Regensburg is the cathedral there. A very popular tourist attraction just off Regensburg is the Wallhalla Memorial.
5. Schongau, Bavaria
In the truly inconspicuous church of Maria Himmelfahrt in Schongau, you will find this charmingly decorated interior.
This important metropolis of Bavaria played a big role before the Second World War, when there was a lot of demonstrations. After the war, the city center was destroyed and held here. Nuremberg trials with Nazi criminals. Today, Nuremberg is a very attractive city for tourists and must not be missed in the list of the most beautiful cities in Bavaria.
7. Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavaria
Bavaria is a truly mountainous country and in the beautiful Bavarian Alps lies the picturesque town of Garmisch Partenkirchen, where you can ski from dawn to dusk, as you will find some of the best ski slopes in Germany. Garmisch Partenkirchen also boasts a pass, which you can take in the form of smaller hiking. It is therefore worth visiting this place at any time of the year.
Only few kilometres from Regensburg you will find an amazing monument named Wallhalla. At first glance you will be reminded of an ancient temple in Athens, Greece, but inside you will find a museum of prominent personalities of Germany.