Lake islands, spa resorts and mountain sports are all features of this region tucked into the bottom right of Germany.
King Ludwig II was a liability in his lifetime, but his legacy of three fabulous castles, including the spectacular Neuschwanstein, is responsible for attracting millions of tourists to Bavaria.
A region known for gateaux, cuckoo clocks… and the kind of powdery white stuff that’ll give you a shock when it goes down the back of your neck. A supremely hospitable place for wintersports.
Skiing in Germany is wonderfully underrated by the international crowds. Go and explore the slopes and quaint mountain resorts.
The name may not make it sound very appealing, but the Black Forest is Germany’s biggest single tourism destination for holidaymaking Brits.
High Alpine hiking in Germany is made far more accessible, and comfortable, by a sophisticated and inexpensive network of mountain huts or refuges.
In the Bavarian Alps, the expression ‘till the cows come home’ comes to pass once a year, and it’s cause for big celebration.
A mountainous plateau, spectacular castles, surging rivers and some unexpected history; Swabia deserves more tourist attention.
Skiing in Germany
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