This fifth largest lake in the country became famous when "Fairytale King" Ludwig II lost his life on its banks ... More
This fifth largest lake in the country became famous when "Fairytale King" Ludwig II lost his life on its banks amid mysterious circumstances in 1886. The spot is now marked with a cross and still attracts hoards of tourists. The village of Berg is also of interest as it is where the Kings of Bavaria used to have their summer retreat. Organized boat trips offer great views of the mountains and the villas along the waterfront. An array of restaurants and taverns provide visitors with all they need in terms of refreshments.
A visit to Dachau, the remains of Germany's first concentration camp, is an experience you will never forget. Built shortly
after Hitler seized power, its aim was to extinguish opposition through incarceration and/or murder. Dachau has been preserved and ...
One of the oldest English style landscape gardens and one of the largest municipal parks in Europe, the Englischer Garten
(English Garden) is Munich's crowning glory. Although perhaps best known for its nudists, the park is popular with all ...
Set against a clear blue sky, the towers of the Frauenkirche (Cathedral of our Dear Lady) form Munich's most celebrated
landmark. The distinctive towers, built in 1525, make the church of considerable architectural interest as they are considered to ...