You have decided to travel to Germany and the question arose things to visit in germany i recommend the Land of Bavaria. One of the most popular tourist regions in Germany is the Land of Bavaria in southern Germany. Not only Munich, the German capital of beer, is also Bavaria's capital, but it is also the capital of Bavaria, with many towns with colorful history, picturesque old towns, picturesque surroundings and impressive castles.
When describing the most interesting places in Bavaria, I will not follow the ratings of travel agencies, I will describe what I liked best. If you come back from Bavaria and decide you don't like my top ten, I'd be happy to read your comments in the comment 😉. So if you are traveling by car you have already traveled in Poland, if you have traveled by plane You have already rented a car and so on… what to visit in bavaria?
Bavaria is famous for its beautiful scenery, fabulous castles of Louis II, the fresh air of the Alpine mountains, unspoiled nature and rich cultural life. Therefore, to save you time, I will not write about museums, although there are many in Bavaria. So my top six will consist of castles, landscapes and noteworthy old towns where you can enjoy a vacation in the authentic Old Town café.
6. The Bavarian Alps.
Although my views go down in beauty with the Swiss and Austrian Alps, they are certainly noteworthy. Through the Bavarian Alps, through mountain villages and romantic castles, the Alpine route, known in German as the Deutsche Alpenstrasse, offers travelers endless views. Surrounded by alpine valleys for about 450 km, this road has 25 impressive castles and monasteries and many lakes. Numerous hiking programs and excursions in the Bavarian Alps. In winter it is a paradise for skiing enthusiasts.
5 Schloss Hohenschwangau Castle.
Schloss Hohenschwangau (Hohenschwangau Castle) is one of the four famous castles attributed to the "mad" King Ludwig of Bavaria. Hohenschwangau is the smallest of the four eccentric pieces of Ludwig, but it has a special, cozy atmosphere that sets it apart from the other three palaces, which are slightly cooler and more formal. Until the 16th century Hohenschwangau Castle served as Knight of Schwangau Township. Destroyed by many wars, Hohenschwangau was eventually replaced by Maximilian II, King of Bavaria, the most eccentric father of King Louis II of Bavaria, after changing several masters. Visiting the castle is only possible with a guided tour in German and English. Admission for adults costs € 12. Paying 23 euros will give you the opportunity to visit the nearby Neuschwanstein Castle. For those who are lazy to climb the hill on which this castle is located, a two-horse carriage can be lifted for 3 euros. By the way, just a few kilometers away is the most famous Bavarian castle Neuschwanstein.
4. Neuschwanstein Castle.
According to travel agencies, “The beautiful Neuschwanstein Castle (Neuschwanstein) stands in the Bavarian Alps. It is one of the most beautiful castles in Germany and throughout Europe. ”
In my opinion, this is certainly not the most beautiful castle in Germany, but more so in Europe. It is the most beautiful castle in Bavaria, and I think no one will argue with that. This is how it looks spectacular in a bird's eye view of postcards. After seeing the bird's eye view of this castle, this was the nail in my travels, but when I saw it, I was really disappointed to see the child receiving the wrong gift at Christmas. So we bought our tickets and climbed to the castle, and by the way for 5 euros you can take a horse-drawn carriage. It takes about a kilometer to climb, smelling horse sweat and manure all the way. Well, pessimistic time for optimism will suffice 🙂. The towers and towers of Neuschwanstein Castle open before you.
Seven weeks after King Louis II died in 1886. Nesswantstein was opened to the public. The shy king built a castle to retire from public life - now many people come to see his former private refuge.1861 As the eighteen-year-old Ludwig II sat on the throne of Bavaria, he soon began to build this magnificent castle on a hill in the Bavarian Alps. Right next to their parents' castle. Inspired by the legends, as well as Richard Wagner's operas, which embody German legends, Ludwig designed a habitat with towers, pointed turrets. Its interior is decorated with not only one but several elaborate styles. The ruler enjoyed the fairy tale castle for a short time - just 100 days after moving into it, he was declared an unlawful king and evicted to his next home where he later mysteriously died.
Anyone else remember the Walt Disney Pictures logo that appears before each movie? That's how Neuschwanstein Castle so fascinated Volta Disney that he picked it up a bit with his logo.
3. Lindau and Lake Constance
Lindau is a town located at the border of three states: Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The historic town of Lindau is of the same name and only 0.68 square kilometers, with a single bridge and a railway connecting the lake. The city itself is no different from other Bavarian cities, and the island's old town is truly spectacular. Car traffic on the island is severely restricted. The Old Town of Lindau is rich in parks with a variety of flowers and palm trees. Plenty of cafes and restaurants. The Swiss take a steamboat to Lindau's restaurants and return late in the evening. Like Finns to Tallinn. The Lindau celebrity is the port gate with a lighthouse on one side and a Bavarian lion on the other.
2. Nuremberg (Nuremberg)
Nuremberg is the most important industrial city in southern Germany. It's a place where life is buzzing around the clock. Nurembergand the city has long been associated with advances in science and technology, particularly in the printing industry - it was the first European press and astronomical house, Nicolaus Copernicus's most famous work was built in 1543. Despite being severely damaged during World War II, many of the old medieval buildings were carefully restored to their former glory. Many call Nuremberg an open-air museum and they are right. What to visit in Nuremberg? Nuremberg Castle is considered a symbol of the city.
Nuremberg's Central Market Square is a treasure trove of architecture and surprises. Here you can admire the town hall, built between 1616 and 1622, and the Church of Our Lady, with its most beautiful accent, a clock in which seven figures depicting princes of the German Empire revolve around the seated emperor three times
St. Laurynas Church is the largest church in the city. Knighthood of St. Laurence Church is one of the first temples in Nuremberg. The construction of the church began in the 13th century, but its present appearance acquired two centuries later. 1529 The church became Lutheran. One of the many familiar features is the large rose window, nine meters in diameter, above the beautiful west door. There are many works of art inside. The Nuremberg St. The stained glass window of the Lawrence Church depicting the history of Moses.
If you are an artistic soul, Nuremberge must visit The 15th-century Albrecht Durer House, where the famous German Renaissance artist lived since 1509. Until his death in 1528. Now a museum dedicated to the life and work of Albrecht Dürer, Dürer was known for his printed maps - the building has copies of some of his works. Next to his house is a pub where people of the artistic soul gather. You probably won't find any free tables, but don't despair. People buy beer and have a € 3 deposit on the mug, sipping their beer while sitting on the floor or on the Rabbit statue. Der Hase In Lithuanian, just a Rabbit statue depicts a crazy bronze rabbit stumbling and crushing at least one person. Tourists consider it to be the most hideous statue they have ever seen.
Nurembergo monuments, I found most of them quite strange.In terms of
1. Rothenburg ob der Tauber.
About 10 thousand. Rothenburg ob der Tauber is one of many attraction centers in Bavaria. In my opinion, it is the most beautiful city in Bavaria. Tourists from all over the world flock to Rothenburg to feel the spirit of the Middle Ages, because of its preserved architecture, defensive fortifications and thriving wine culture, Rothenburg at Tauber has retained its breath-taking atmosphere. It is only strange to me why Lithuanian travel agencies do not travel to this wonderful city. Rothenburg-Tauber is just an hour's drive from Nuremberg. I noticed that Rothenburg-Tauber has the most tourists from Japan.
Nowhere else did the Middle Ages survive as well as here. Or maybe just time stopped here? Walking through the Old Town and exploring old houses, quiet squares and corners, towers, fountains, gates, fortifications, vaults and wineries. When walking around this beautiful city, be sure to come to the café to order coffee and have their branded snack snowball"(Schneeball). If you travel to Rotenburg to Tauber and you won't eat 'snow snowballs "Will read that you haven't visited this spectacular town.
This type of pastry was known at least 300 years ago and was only served on special occasions such as weddings, christenings and the like.
What visit Rotenburgr at Tauber? It's hard to say, the whole town is filled with the Middle Ages. The entire town is surrounded by a defensive wall, which can be climbed and viewed from above. The Market Square (Marktplatz), the former central part of the city, remains the same to this day. There is a town hall and a tower with a clock running around the square.
If you are lucky enough to see a street show as well.
If it's possible to visit Rothenburg-Tauber in the best way possible in May, the Meistertrunk Festival is taking place. This is an annual tradition of the city - "Meistertrunk". The festival dates back to history, when, during the "Thirty Years" legend, one resident bet on a city conqueror that he would drink three liters of wine in one go and save Rothenburg from being burned.