Füssen in the Royal Corner
Colourful hustle and bustle, quiet alleyways Füssen's historic old town invites you for a stroll. Shopping on offer extends from international to regional and in culinary terms, everything is on available from Krautspatzen (pasta with sauerkraut) to chop suey.
Impressive Gothic building with elements of Baroque conversion dating from 1710. The monastery still brews its own beer according to a 400-year-old tradition. Furthermore, the Ettaler herb liqueur is produced here. Guided tours for groups take place through the church, brewery museum and distillery.
Every LEGO fan needs to go to LEGOLAND Germany at least once! A fantastic world built from over 50 million LEGO bricks has been created here. Countless attractions and spectacular shows provide everyone with a very special adventure!
Museums, concerts, exhibitions, zoo, shopping: Munich - is with its nearly 1.5 million inhabitants the third largest city in Germany after Berlin and Hamburg - impresses with its variety of sights and events.
Small but magnificent building, also from the time of King Ludwig II. It was built in several stages from 1870 to 1886 and is the smallest of Ludwig II's three castles - it is also the only one that was completed during his lifetime. A visit is worthwhile twice, because the castle also includes a beautiful park.
With a population of around 70,000, Kempten is the "capital" of the Allgäu and is based on Roman origins. It has the earliest written mention as a city in Germany and is therefore considered one of the oldest cities in the Federal Republic. The Archaeological Park Cambodunum gives only a glimpse of life in the former Roman city. In the underground showroom Erasmuskapelle, in the state rooms of the Residenz or in the Kempten Museum in the Zumsteinhaus you can still get many interesting insights into the history of the city.
Tegelbergbahn mountain railway in Schwangau
The mountain station of the Tegelbergbahn mountain railway is the gate to the biggest nature reserve in Bavaria, the Ammergebirge. Extensive mountain hiking trails offer something for everyone - from a family excursion to a demanding mountain hike. In winter, the Tegelberg is an attraction for skiers and snowboarders.
Rococo jewel and world cultural heritage. The Pilgrimage Church of the Scourged Saviour on the Wies is a jewel of the Rococo and a World Heritage Site. Whoever comes to the Wies for the first time in his life, asks himself in amazement what might have been the reason to build such an uniquely magnificent church in such a lonely area.
Ehrwald Zugspitze cog wheel railway
A trip to the highest mountain in Germany - the Zugspitze. The Zugspitze is one of the panoramic mountains of the Alps. This is due to the fact that there are no similarly high peaks in the immediate vicinity. Nothing blocks the view on the peaks of four countries. The distant view is magnificent on clear days.