Even more beautiful than the Alps in the Bavarian region are the cities nestled between them, such as Mittenwald! “Mittenwald, A Living Picture Book” Goethe There is certainly no better place to discover the ancient local traditions of Bavaria, combined with a walk in a cozy country atmosphere than in these beautiful small towns in […]
Museum of the Bavarian Kings
Situated at the foot of Neuschwanstein Palace and Hohenschwangau Castle is the former Grand Hotel “Alpenrose”.But since 2011 this beautiful historic hotel has taken on a noble role, telling the story of the former Wittelsbach royal family. The Wittelsbach family is one of the oldest noble German families, and one of the most important in […]
Top 5 attractions in Nuremberg.
Bavaria’s second-largest city attracts many travelers, not only for its beauty, rivers, and beautiful historic center. It is an interesting point for those who arrive in Frankfurt and want to visit other important cities like Bamberg and Rothenburg ob der Tauber, in addition to offering some very special attractions. We have selected five places in […]
Limeseum: the borders of the Roman Empire.
For those interested in the great history of Roman civilization and its achievements, the Limeseum museum is a fascinating attraction, located in Wittelshofen, Bavaria. The museum was built in the Limes region which was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005. What is Limes? The name Limes comes from Latin and was given […]
The amazing world of Faber-Castell – Majestic Germany Interview
In Germany, in the city of Stein, near Nuremberg, it is here that the whole history of the most famous pencils in the world began, still in the 18th century, with the artisan Kaspar Faber. At the invitation of Faber-Castell Germany, we visited the Faber-Castell museum and palace, and former pencil production. We were very […]
The tradition of Christmas decorations in Germany.
Christmas is an anxiously awaited time for many and that its atmosphere is magical is undeniable. However, little is known about the origin of such traditions, and Germany is present in this theme. On December 24th we celebrated the life of the baby Jesus, the day of his birth, and to prepare for this very […]
Walhalla, a Greek temple in Germany.
Walhalla, the German Parthenon, is located in a majestic position above the Danube, close to Regensburg. This neoclassical building in the shape of a temple represents one of the most important and beautiful German monuments of the XIX century. Perhaps you have already heard this name, because Walhalla, would be the “paradise” according to Norse […]
The immense mountains that cut central Europe fascinate with its grandiosity and mark a whole culture and lifestyle of the regions where they are located. The Alps are the highest and most extensive mountain ranges in Europe, spanning several countries: southern Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, Italy, Austria, Slovenia, Liechtenstein, France and Monaco. The Alps range […]
Bayreuth, the opera city.
Famous for its annual Opera Festival (Bayreuther Festspiele), Bayreuth attracts tourists not only for this event but for all its rich architecture and history, which have left the legacy that we can appreciate today. The city has a close link with the famous German composer Richard Wagner, who moved there when he was experiencing financial […]
Romantic Road – what to know?
The name is cute and attractive – but what is really worth knowing about the famous Romantic Route? Small towns with colorful houses, some in stone, others in half-timbered. A path that begins at the foot of the Alps and ends in the heart of Franconia, in northern Bavaria. About 300 km takes the traveler […]