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Attractions in our beautiful local area

Neuschwanstein Castle:

The fairy-tale palace of King Ludwig II of Bavaria, in Schwangau im Allgäu. One of the most famous buildings in the world.

Close by is Hohenschwangau Castle.

Wies Church:

Sumptuously decorated Rococo pilgrimage church in the Pfaffenwinkel area.

A UNESCO World Heritage Site.

There are 158 churches and chapels in the Pfaffenwinkel area.

Linderhof Palace:

The smallest of the three palaces of King Ludwig II in Ettal, and the only one to have been completed in his lifetime.

Linderhof was the favourite palace of the ‘Swan King’.

Glentleiten:

The biggest open-air museum in southern Bavaria. A comprehensive insight into the rural lifestyle, buildings and work of the people of Upper Bavaria. 60 preserved and translocated original buildings, together with their traditional interior furnishings, amid a cultural setting closely based on historical models.

Munich:

Bavaria’s metropolis city is ideal for shopping, strolling and visiting the city’s wide range of sights.

Venue for the 1972 Olympics. The ‘Oktoberfest’, the biggest folk festival in the world, takes place from late September to early October.

Garmisch-Partenkirchen:

Picturesque summer and winter sports hub (venue for the 1936 Winter Olympics and the Ski World Championships in 1978 and 2011).

Mountain railways: Zugspitze Alpspitze, Wank, Kreuzeck, Hausberg.

Zugspitze:

At 2,962 metres, the Zugspitze is the highest peak in Germany.

Zugspitze round trip with the Eibsee cable car, glacier lift and cog railway.

Views over more than 400 peaks!

Skiing from late autumn on the Schneeferner Glacier.

Geisterklamm:

The newly built ravine path over the Leutasch Gorge in the Mittenwald goes up a daring, 800m-long bridge. The ghost of the ravine tells visitors about the mysteries of his kingdom.

Seefeld:

A famous winter sports resort in Tyrol, Europe’s biggest cross-country skiing centre. Ski jump, Roßhütte skiing area and the Gschwandtkopf mountain.

Innsbruck:

Provincial capital of Tyrol.

Venue of the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympics. Historic old town, Hungerburg, Goldenes Dachl, Hofkirche, Berg Isel Arena.

 

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