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Munich & Füssen – Romantic Bavaria

City life & scenic walking
 
This Holiday in a nutshell
  • self-guided, centred walking
  • contrast of city and mountains
  • notes for a self-guided walking tour of Munich provided
  • option to visit one of King Ludwig’s castles


On this enticing break combining Munich and Füssen, you will experience the very best of Bavaria. The regional capital, renowned as much for its sense of history as for its annual Oktoberfest, is a city to be savoured. Explore its museums and indulge in its rich cuisine (and brilliant beer) before heading out into the mountains.

Bavaria was a real surprise – it was amazingly beautiful – even better than the Swiss Alps! Everywhere we went was incredibly clean and tidy with the locals having obvious pride in their culture and heritage.
     
Mrs Patterson, Scotland

South of Munich, the Bavarian Alps’ wooded slopes and craggy limestone peaks form a spectacular backdrop to sparkling lakes, idyllic villages of ornately frescoed houses, and lush meadows that are filled with flowers in early summer. One such lake is that of Füssen, whose picturesque shores afford awe-inspiring views of the mountains, taking in the region’s two magnificent castles: Gothic Hohenschwangau and fairy-tale Neuschwanstein – a true sight to behold… The town of Füssen grew up on the site of a Roman military camp on the Via Claudia Augustus which linked the Danube with the River Po, and you will find many references to its Roman origins in the town – even its name is derived from Latin.

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