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Located in Germany, Bavaria is an authentic region rich in traditions but also in history. Exceptional natural sites such as lake castles and forests in the Bavarian Alps are treasures to discover.
The first must-visit in Bavaria is Munich, a city with distinctive architecture. One of the main attractions of this place is Marienplatz. Still, other exciting sites exist, such as Notre Dame Cathedral, the Olympic Park, the Food Market, and the Hofbrauhaus brewery. Of course, Nymphenburg Castle is not to be forgotten. Then, on your trip to Bavaria, stop at Neuschwanstein Castle. The landscape surrounding it is of splendor, including the rocky promontory, but that of the Marienbücke bridge, a few kilometers away, will also amaze you. Then, the discovery of Rothenburg ob der Tauber which takes on the appearance of a small medieval village will undoubtedly seduce you. The city is perfectly preserved and highlights the crazy charm of the buildings and the alleys. Augsburg is another city that will immerse you in the Renaissance era. By the way, it is one of the oldest cities in Germany. The town hall, churches, and fountains will make you wobble with happiness during your stay and for a little more history, go to Regensburg, the former capital of Bavaria. The city has 1,500 buildings listed as historical monuments; therefore, Regensburg is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Between mid-September and early October, Oktoberfest is an event not to be missed to discover music, local specialties, and why not beers. There is even a museum dedicated to it. For a relaxing moment by the water, go to Lake Constance, which serves as a natural border between Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein. It will be the perfect time to practice various water activities. A second lake not to be missed in Bavaria is Chiemsee. It offers incredible views of the Alps and several islands. There is also Herrenchiemsee Castle on one of the islands. Also, think of Lake Konigsee, which will make you dream with its crystal clear waters. Then, passing through Passau, you will stroll directly into the historic center of the so-called Bavarian Venice. The more adventurous can take the cable car to Germany's highest peak: the Zugspitze, and enjoy skiing or hiking. If you go to Bavaria during Christmas, take a trip to the Christmas market in Nuremberg. Every year, a toy fair is also organized there.
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