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BavariaGermany

Bamberg which includes a river or creek, a bridge and a small town or village

Germany’s southeastern state is true to its iconic postcard idylls of alpine meadows, verdant woodlands and traditional pubs serving froth-topped steins.

Popular cities in Bavaria

St Peter\'s Church showing a church or cathedral, skyline and religious elements
Munich
Known for Beer, Museum and Art
From the cosy beer halls and magnificent palaces to the tranquil parks and fascinating museums, the capital of Bavaria is a modern city that preserves traditional charm. Munich is one of the most liveable cities in the world, with a strong economy that attracts large businesses and millions of tourists to visit the city each year for its beautiful architecture, ancient traditions and the nearby Bavarian Alps.

Reasons to visit

  • English Garden
  • Marienplatz
  • Hofbrauhaus
Nuremberg featuring heritage elements, a river or creek and a bridge
Nuremberg
Known for Shopping, Museum and Tour
Stroll through a city with a grand and turbulent history, where an imperial fortress overlooks visionary museums and the deep scars of World War II.

Reasons to visit

  • Nuremberg Christmas Market
  • Nuremberg Castle
  • Main Market Square
Fortress Marienberg showing a river or creek, a bridge and a small town or village
Wuerzburg
Known for Historical, Castle and Tour
The home of one of Europe’s finest palaces as well as one of Germany’s oldest churches is also a perfect destination for wine lovers.

Reasons to visit

  • Wuerzburg Residence
  • Wurzburger Cathedral
  • Fortress Marienberg
Augsburg which includes a high-rise building, city views and street scenes
Augsburg
Known for Shopping, Historical and Business
This southern Bavarian college city is one of Germany’s oldest cities and is known for its striking architecture and rich history.