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There’s more to Munich than Oktoberfest – whether it’s beer halls, history, arts, or sport, Germany's second largest city has plenty to keep visitors occupied. It's located within some of the ...
Oktoberfest is by far the largest beer festival in the world, attracting around six million visitors to Munich to enjoy the liquid gold. Every year the Wiesn ("the meadow") is turned into a ...
Written by Viator, April 2013
The small mountain village of Oberammergau, tucked away in the Ammergau Alps on the Austrian border, has secured a place for itself on the Bavarian tourist trail, thanks to its legendary Passion ...
The inspiration for Sleeping Beauty's castle at Disneyland,
Neuschwanstein was built by King Ludwig II in the 19th century. Capture the grandeur of
this architecture and picturesque mountain scenery ...
From the southern German city of Munich the Austrian border is just one and a half hours away through lilting Bavarian countryside. And once on the other side, you find yourself in the beautiful ...
If you're curious to know the stories below the surface of Berlin's fascinating architecture, there's nothing like walking the very same streets to bring alive everything you've ever wondered ...
The start of Advent season brings the traditional Christmas markets to the squares and streets of Munich. The most well-known market is Christkindlmarkt, located in Marienplatz. The twinkiling ...
On first glance, the city of Frankfurt, formally known as Frankfurt am Main, appears to be merely a transit hub and center for international commerce. And given that its prominence in the ...
Imagine a pastoral European countryside of rolling hills and medieval castles, seemingly endless stretches of evergreen trees and blue sky. This fairytale backdrop is known as Bavaria, and it is ...
Potsdam is the capital of Brandenburg state, located on the Havel River only 24 km (15 mi) southwest of Berlin city. In the 17th century, Elector Friedrich Wilhelm of Brandenburg made it his ...
Written by JC, Germany, February 2012
Mitterfirmiansreut is a Bavarian village in the mountainous region on the Germany and Czech border. That means it was once on the border between West Germany and Czechoslovakia and thus part of ...
Written by JC, Germany, July 2011
It’s over a decade since Bonn ceded capital status to Berlin ,
and you can forgive this congenial, modestly-sized city of 300,000 or
so inhabitants for feeling neglected now that most government ...
Written by JC, Germany, August 2011
At Germany ’s
easternmost point (more or less) you’ll find the Saxon town of Görlitz.
Like Dresden, Görlitz is one of the success stories of the former East
Germany, luring visitors ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, September 2012
Celebrating the official reunification of Germany that took place in 1990 after the Berlin Wall came down a year earlier in November of 1989, German Unity Day is a national holiday that kicks off ...
Written by Linda and John, USA, November 2011
If you are in Munchen, be sure to visit the UP STAIRS of the Hofbrauhaus. Excellent meal and entertainment is the best. A must do!
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Doing what: Royal Castles of Neuschwanstein and Linderhof Day Tour from Munich