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Rothenburg ob der Tauber is a small town in Bavaria with an outstanding beautiful, medieval historic district. Full of history and culture, it is a very interesting town in which to spend a couple of days. It is not only very popular among tourists, but has also been used as set for many films. You will easily find a …
Regensburg is worth visiting of you are interested in history and culture as well as if you like to check out parties and nightlife. Thanks to its medieval buildings, its cathedral and the famous Stone Bridge, and its historically important location at the Danube, Regensburg is attractive for tourists with cultural …
Nuremberg is a dazzlingly picturesque little city, with big city amenities. The historic town center sprawls from the impressive train station across the central square and past half-timber buildings along Pegnitz River up the hill to the imperial castle. You can have a look-out over the city from the castle, or climb …
Füssen is the highest town in Bavaria, Germany, located five kilometres north of the Austrian border on the banks of the Lech River. The town is known for St. Mang's Abbey and its basilica, which is a home to the oldest fresco in Germany. But there is one thing for which Füssen and the surrounding region are even more …
Bayreuth is a town in the northern Bavaria, Germany, located on the Red Main River. It is famous for its annual festival, where performances of operas by Richard Wagner are presented. The town was probably founded sometime during the twelfth century, although it was referred to as a village back then. The major turning …
Augsburg is the third-oldest city in Germany, the third-largest of the state of Bavaria, and the only German city with its own legal holiday, the Augsburger Hohes Friedenfest, celebrated in August every year. With about one hundred and forty-five square kilometers and fewer than three hundred thousand residents, …
Munich has a reputation as the beer capital of the world and it certainly lives up to that expectation. Bavaria is known for being laid-back and gemütlich, and Munich manages to combine this with poshness and sophistication. If you are looking for a hostel in Munich, you may want to try to stay in the old city center …
A quaint island town with a medieval flare and located in southern Germany, Lindau is a popular alternative destination for couples and families looking to stay at Lindau hostels and enjoy the relaxing nature of the Bodensee (Lake Konstanz) but avoid the large hordes of tourists found at other Bodensee towns such as …
Würzburg should be on the bucket list for all history buffs and even more so for anyone into "liquid culture," as this city is immensely famous for its wine. The latter isn't only the reason for plenty of centuries-old wineries that offer tastings and tours on their lovely premises in and around the city but it also …
Passau is a marvel and worth visiting at any time of the year -- unless it is flooded, again. Unfortunately what makes Passau's location so stunning is also its biggest threat. It's located at the gathering of a whopping three rivers -- the Inn, the Donau, and the Ilz. For thousands of years, those three rivers have …