This fairytale castle built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria in the town of Füssen in the Algäu region has been a model for many other castles and palaces around the world. It is located only a 45-minute drive away from the Landgasthof Lamprecht.
The Zugspitze is Germany’s tallest mountain and the winter sports region with the greatest guarantee for snow. Garmisch-Partenkirchen is a popular destination for many athletes from all around the world. It is famous for its mountains.
The Wieskirche is a famous pilgrimage church and part of the UNESCO cultural heritage. It is one of the most beautiful churches in the world and located only about 20 kilometers (12 miles) away.
Linderhof Palace is another one of fairytale king Ludwig II’s building projects. Originally a hunting parlor, the estate was incrementally transformed to a magnificent romantic building with a pleasure ground.
The Bavarian capital attracts visitors from all around the world and offers unforgettable sights, cultural events, and excellent shopping opportunities.
Lake Constance is Germany’s largest lake. The towns and villages around the lake, located within sight of the impressive Alpine foothills, enjoy an exceptionally mild climate.
Ettal Abbey is a famous monastery of the Benedictine order and a popular destination for day trips in the Pfaffenwinkel area. In addition to the beer garden, visitors can take a guided tour of the brewery.
Oberstorf is the most southern town of Germany and the venue of the famous Four Hills Tournament. This quaint town in the midst of the Bavarian Alps has lost none of its character and is always worth a visit.
The Königssee in the region “Berchtesgadener Land” is a jewel of nature at the foot of the Alps. Its majestic location and pristine environment make this lake a popular destination for visitors.