The city of the prince bishops

The castle Altenburg

The cathedral

The monastery of St. Michael with The monastery garden

The new residence with the rose garden

A small beautiful old town with a medieval flair

City of beer breweries

The summer residence of the Bamberg prince-bishops, the beautiful castle Seehof

The interesting castle Greifenstein: The castle of Stauffenbergs



Lake Eibsee, Zugspitze, Alpspitze, Partnachklamm, lake Riessersee, castle ruins Werdenfels, royal house at the Schachen of Ludwig the Second, historical Ludwig street, the city of the Olympic Games, monastery Ettal,  world famous Passion Play of Oberammergau 2020 & much more

Day trips from Munich to Garmisch & Surroundings

Germany´s highest mountain Zugspitze & lake Eibsee

The city of olympic winter games

Castle Neuschwanstein, castle Linderhof, monastery Ettal

passion in Oberammergau, Lake Plansee, Mittenwald, Seefeld, Innsbruck


Fortress Trausnitz

The Cathedral of St. Martin: The tallest brick tower in the world / 130.6 meters



River cruises across the Danube to the Black Sea

The city of the 3 rivers / Danube, Inn & Ilz


First the Celts were there, then around the year 79 the Romans came. From about 500 to 788 Regensburg was the headquarters of the Dukes of the Bavarians. Then came Charlemagne & the Carolingians. Regensburg is one of the oldest bishoprics in Germany. The Romanesque and Gothic architecture of the Middle Ages still determines the face of the old town. Catholicism, Protestantism, The Thirty-Year War, Napoleon Bonaparte / A sign of the prosperity of the city at that time is the construction of the Stone Bridge from 1135 to 1146. The Regensburg Cathedral St. Peter & The Stone Bridge are the landmarks of the city.

The Celts, Romans, Bavarians, Carolingians, Cathedral St. Peter & The Stone Bridge...

Valhalla-Walhalla / Regensburg

Valhalla & Liberation Hall of Kelheim

Walhalla: In the memorial Walhalla, important personalities of German history, with marble busts and memorial plaques are honored

Liberation Hall of Kehlheim/Befreiungshalle von Kehlheim/Regensburg

Befreiungshalle: The liberation hall is a monument, built in memory of the won battles against Napoleon during the liberation wars in the years 1813 to 1815. The building was commissioned by King Ludwig I of Bavaria. Impressive oversized angel statues.

Rothenburg ob der Tauber

A city which takes you like a time machine back to The Middle Ages

Souvenir shops with articles of The Ancient World & The Middle Ages

A journey back to the Middle Ages


Würzburg, a prince-bishop's beautiful city on the Main Canal

From the fortress Marienberg you have a nice view down to the city & Main bridge

And the residence is Divine, World Heritage

Do not forget to taste the Franconian wines ... Excellent 

Bavarian Landscapes 1

Bavarian Landscapes 2

Bavarian Landscapes 3

Castle Hotels

The most beautiful castle hotels in The Alps / Germany, Austria & South-Tyrol



Festivals of Classical Musik: Bayreuth / Salzburg


Golfing, with mountains as a backdrop

Rose Festivals

Spa in The Alps