The center of Murnau is the ideal starting point to explore the town. In the colorful pedestrian area with views to the mountains, adjacent streets and alleyways you will discover galleries and studios, traditional coffee houses and a variety of restaurants.
Our tip: visit the two private breweries Griesbräu in the center and the brewery Karg and taste genuine Upper Bavarian, individual crafted beers. Also interesting is a guided tour of Murnau.
The world famous Oberammergau is a worthwhile destination. Here you will find art, culture and tradition and a successful mixture of down-to-earth homeliness and cosmopolitan hospitality. The town is characterized by its many Lüftlmalereien on the facades of the houses and everywhere there are arts and crafts to discover. The focus here is on woodcarving, which looks back on a history dating back to 1563.
The open-air museum Glentleiten is the largest open-air museum in Southern Bavaria. It is open from March - November. Over 60 original buildings make the rural everyday life of the people of Upper Bavaria in the open-air museum Glentleiten comprehensible. They tell their own history and that of their former inhabitants with their decor and the traces of past generations. The world of work, customs and traditions, but also the architecture with its regional differences can be experienced on the Glentleiten. Our tip for a family outing - here is a lot to discover!
Neuschwanstein is one of the most visited palaces and castles in Europe today and is definitely worth a visit! Learn more about the history of King Ludwig II and enjoy the fairytale views.
Our recommendation: be sure to visit Hohenschwangau Castle, which was actually inhabited by the royal family. This is located next to Neuschwanstein and is within walking distance in a few minutes.
We recommend also an early ticket reservation for the tours through the castles
The Wieskirche near Steingaden is one of the most famous rococo churches in the world. From the outside inconspicuously overwhelmed the sight when entering the church. Upon request, guided tours are also offered here or there is the possibility of a connection. The Wieschurch invites you to look, to marvel, to visit the services or to listen to one of the concerts in the summer and not least it invites you to a quiet retreat.