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Romantic moated castle with a late Gothic chapel from the 15th century. The main building houses the International Youth Library; the gate tower contains the Erich Kästner memorial site, while another wing overlooking two small lakes accommodates a concert hall and restaurant.
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is a small locally run company that organises adventure trips and sightseeing tours in Bavaria, departing from Munich.
- Neuschwanstein Castle Tours
- Private Tours
- Sailing Trips on the Bavarian lakes
- Rafting Trips on the Isar River
- Hiking Trips in the Alps
- Oktoberfest Tours
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- small groups max. 8 pax
- guided by a local
- transfers in a comfortable A/C van
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World-famous fairy-tale castle built by King Ludwig II on an imposing rock in the seclusion of the mountains. Close by are the old castle of Hohenschwangau and the crystal clear Alpsee lake. About two hours by car from Munich.
Although the inside of the castle was never finished by king Ludwig, it is still an impressive view. There is a little bridge where you can hike to from where you can have a full view of the castle on the top of the mountain and the two lakes on the background. No wonder Disney was inspired by this more..
It is both a town and the site of the first Nazi concentration camp. The site of the camp (10 mi/16 km from Munich) can be visited though, it might be difficult to find—the route there is not well marked. Be prepared for an emotional experience—no one leaves unmoved or unchanged by a visit.
Take a trip to Garmish-Partenkirchen which is an 1.5 -2 hour trip from Munich on the train. From there you can take a trip up to the summit of the highest mountain in Germany - the Zugspitze. The Zugspitze can be found in the Bavarian Alps, straddling the border with Austria. The eastern summit is 9732ft/2967m high. Take the Zugspitzbahn and then able car to reach the summit. The views are truly awesome and words don't do them justice. You can apparently see five different countries on a clear day. Also if you get time why not take a stroll round the Eibsee lake nearby after more..
Munich's nearest lake is about 20 km long and 5 km wide. It is a popular place for day excursions. 20 km of the 49 km shoreline are reserved for recreational purposes only. Four ships sail on the lake. Starnberg can be reached from Munich by public transport ("S-Bahn") within 45 minutes from the central station.
10 km long emerald-green mountain lake, considered the pearl of the Berchtesgadener Land. Some of the most magnificent panorama views across all of Bavaria can be found here. To preserve the purity and tranquillity of the water only electrically-powered boats have been allowed on the lake since 1909.
Romantic trip on traditional wooden river rafts through the beautiful Isar valley. Departure point is Wolfratshausen, a small town about 30 km south of Munich.
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Splendid open-air museum displaying farm buildings and handicrafts. You can watch potters and other craftsmen at work. The museum is situated near Lake Kochelsee, about 1 1/2 hours by car south of Munich.
The babarian sea. Two islands: Herreninsel and Fraueninsel. Another king Ludwig II castle.