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Travel Guide of Bavaria in Germany by Influencers and Travelers

Bavaria, officially the Free State of Bavaria, is a landlocked state of Germany, occupying its southeastern corner. With an area of 70,550.19 square kilometres Bavaria is the largest German state by land area comprising roughly a fifth of the total land area of Germany.

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The Best Things to Do and Visit in Bavaria


1 - Sielenbach

Sielenbach is a municipality in the district of Aichach-Friedberg in Bavaria in Germany.

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2 - Liberation Hall

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Why should you visit Bavaria ?

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Bavaria, officially called the Free State of Bavaria, is located in the southeast of Germany and is one of the sixteen federal states of Germany. Bavaria is full of attractions and offers the most beautiful landscapes in Germany, including mountain peaks, green hills and beautiful lakes. It is a very traditional region with many castles and grand palaces to discover. One of them is Neuschwanstein, a Pre-Roman castle inspired by fairy tales and is even known to be the inspiration for the castles in the Disney parks. The spires and towers rise from a rocky cliff above a forest and lake. From the castle’s windows, you can admire a breathtaking view of the Alps. Munich is the capital of Bavaria and offers many activities. The Marienplatz is a place not to be missed, it is the large central square of the city. Just a few steps away are two iconic churches to visit: the Peterskirche and the Michaelskirche. The Marienplatz is a lively square that hosts concerts, festivals or the Christmas market. Nuremberg's old town is dominated by Nuremberg Castle, one of the most significant medieval fortresses in Europe. Rothenburg is one of the best preserved medieval towns in Europe, and as you stroll through its streets you will feel as if you have stepped back in time, as the town kept its old charm. The Zugspitze, in Bavaria, is part of the Alpine mountain range that stretches along the Austrian border. Its 9717 feet (2,962 meter) peak can be reached by cable car or cogwheel train, and you can enjoy the spectacular view. This mountain, the highest in Germany, is extremely popular with hikers with many trails for all levels. Schneefernerhaus is a popular destination for skiers in winter, the ski area comes alive when winter sports enthusiasts from all over Europe come to enjoy the beautiful snow and ski activities. Bavaria is a destination not to be missed in Germany, with all its charming medieval villages and castles with impressive architecture, you won't be disappointed with your trip.

Frequently Asked Questions by Travelers planning a trip to Bavaria

How to travel from Berlin to Munich in Bavaria?

The distance between Berlin and Munich is about 364.7 miles (587 km) by road. It could take about 6 to 7 hours by car, while the trains take about 5 hours.

Getting around Munich is very simple. The public transport system is very well served, whether it is the subway, the bus or the streetcar, everything is well indicated. But you can also get around by cab, bicycle or on foot.

Bavaria is a wide region where there is a lot to explore, to really take your time to visit the most of it, 10 days should be great.

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