The city is linked to a colony (in a place called Petersbergl) of monks from the monastery Schäftlarn. It is unknown the exact date of foundation settlement. The first document dates from 1158 under the Medieval Latin Munichen villa during Heinrich der Löwe (Henry the Lion), Duke of Saxony. A half century later the town received city status and was fortified.
Munich is a popular tourist destination, being called the secret capital of Germany. Maria Square (Marienplatz, named after the column with a statue of the Virgin Mary in the center plaza), with the new and the old town hall, by appealing to their towers in the main tower of City Hall in November with the mechanism being housed statues and bells (Rathaus-Glockenspiel), an ornate clock moving figures representing medieval scenes and is operated at certain times.
Nuremberg is a city in Bavaria, Germany, with over 500,000 inhabitants, the second largest city in Bavaria. English name of the city is "Nuremberg." Together with the cities of Fürth, Erlangen and Schwabach form economic and cultural center of Franconia.
The city of Nuremberg is situated on both sides of the river Pegnitz a length of 14 km, the river which springs from 80 km north-east of town. The portion of the old town, the river Pegnitz was quite focused. Pegnitz river silt produced (which is named after the first village in which creeps, city Pegnitz) in the north and north-west of Nuremberg has turned this area into an agricultural area called Knoblauchsland (country / region garlic).
Amid the Bavarian Alps, at the foot of the Predigtstuhl mountain, you will find Bad Reichenhall at an altitude of 473 m. Just a stone's throw away from Salzburg, the modern salt and spa town provides the ideal setting for real relaxation. With the Floriani square and pedestrian area which starts at the town hall square, the historical town centre invites you on a pleasant stroll. The philharmonic orchestra and Rupertus Therme spa and fitness resort top off the offer. Furthermore, typical Bavarian cuisine tempts with specialities such as roast pork and "Krustenhaxe". The wonderful winter landscape with snow-covered mountains and glistening mountain lakes entice you on a leisurely walk. Not surprisingly, Bad Reichenhall was awarded Alpine Town in 2001.
Passau is a city in Lower Bavaria, Germany, also known as Dreiflüssestadt ("City of the Three Rivers"), because the Danube is joined by the Inn to the south and Ilz to the north.
Ingolstadt is a city in Bavaria, Germany, on the banks of the Danube, in central Bavaria. In 2016, it had 133,638 citizens, making it the fifth largest city in Bavaria. It is part of the Munich Metropolitan Region.
Günzburg is a town in Bavaria, Germany. It is a Große Kreisstadt and the capital of the Swabian district Günzburg. This district was constituted in 1972 by combining the city of Günzburg – which had not previously been assigned to a Kreis (district) – with the district of Günzburg and the district of Krumbach.
Günzburg lies where the river Günz enters the Danube, and has a population of about 20,350.
Thurmansbang is a municipality in the Lower Bavarian district of Freyung-Grafenau, the seat of the administrative community Thurmansbang and a nationally recognized health resort.
Bodenmais in summerKeep fit and healthy - and choose a sport you enjoy from many offered at your holiday resorts. Swim a couple of lengths at the swimming pool, hire a bicycle or mountain-bike, enjoy the countryside while walking or rambling. Go for a horse ride across the green meadows and through the valleys, challenge your partner to a game of tennis or improve your handicap on the 18 hole golf course "Oberzwieselau". For the needs of the less professional golfers, there is also Mini-golf.
Schönau (630 m) is located at the edge of the Berchtesgaden National Park, the most south-eastern community in Germany. The peaks of the Hohe Göll, the Hagen Mountains and Steinernen Meerauf form a stony border to the east and south – the common border with neighbouring Salzburger Land. The excellent location, directly on the idyllic Königssee, offers you the opportunity to take both daytime and moonlit boat tours. Additionally, you can only reach the St. Bartholomew pilgrimage church, which is situated in the heart of the Berchtesgaden nature preserve, by boat. Only a few kilometres away is the Jenner ski area, and Schönau, located near Berchtesgaden, is an ideal destination for a great winter holiday. Whether beginner or expert, everyone will find just the right piste!
Especially beginners benefit from our offers in Ramsau: Here you have the option to book our "Learn to Ski"-package. It comprises a 3 days (12 h) ski course and a BASICS Ski Complete Set equipment hire for 6 days for an additional charge of altogether only £86.50! The perfect start into winter sports fun - and you can choose between 6 ski areas to practise in.
The small resort Grainau's origin can be traced back 700 years. It lies in the shadows of the mighty Zugspitze (2,962 m) and Waxenstein (2,277 m) in the Wetterstein mountain massif. The Grainau valley offers a wonderfully unique and original panorama with its two mountain lakes and the picturesque landscape. The Bavarian village itself is divided into Upper Grainau and Lower Grainau and demonstrates country idyll. The most prominent landmark is the new-baroque church St. Johannes with a very pretty onion dome.The village is a wonderful retreat place, offering magnificent views, but also providing access to lively Garmisch-Partenkirchen, which is only approx. 7 km away. In Grainau, holiday guests can explore winter sports activities, such as ice skating on the Bader- and Eib lakes, cross-country skiing, tobogganing, sledging and of course skiing in the ski areas of the Zugspitze.
Germany's southern-most community is situated at an altitude of 813 m and lets winter sports fans' hearts beat faster. The 31 lifts bring guests to the runs of approx. 45 kilometres of piste. The low-traffic resort is especially attractive among families due to its pleasant climate and great leisure time activities. Winter sports fans will also get their money's worth in Oberstdorf. After fun on the piste, lodges, bars and restaurants invite visitors in to party and dine. On a clear day, guest can enjoy a gorgeous view of the approx. 400 peaks between the Zugspitze and the Swiss Säntis on a clear day. This should not be missed!
Bad Hindelang in summerBoredom has in Bad Hindelang no chance. Bad Hindelang have new ideas for you - active holidays with much variation. Biker, mountain-biker and inline-skater will find that, for what they have always looked - maybe more. The routes ares best prepared and offer for each level the best conditions. Youn can also make bike-tours about the border to Tirol, which are longer than 100 km. If you want to go hiking, you will find best conditions: a cable-car, the new 'Hornbahn' and more than 60 singed hiking-routes are waiting for you.
General informationSeebruck is an area of the municipality of Seeon-Seebruck and is located at the northern end of Lake Chiemsee which is also called the 'Bavarian sea'.
The area domiciles approx. 1550 inhabitants and over 900 guest beds of all categories. Because of its special geographical location at Lake Chiemsee (on a height of approx. 520 m sea level) and the still intact environment, Seebruck has been a recognized health resort for decades.
General informationDasing is located 800 m above sea level in the region of Augsburg.
This small and friendly family resort with 5.346 inhabitants offers picturesque countryside with natural and cultural treasures in abundance, along with a wide range of sports and leisure facilities.