Gather new inspiration in one of the six most beautiful cities in Bavaria: In addition to beautiful nature and the much-loved mountains, Bavaria has numerous charming cities to offer that are perfect for a day trip.
Gather new inspiration in one of the five most beautiful cities in Bavaria: In addition to beautiful nature and the much-loved mountains and hiking, Bavaria has many charming cities to offer: well-preserved, historic old towns, magnificent boulevards or modern neighborhoods that guarantee a vacation feeling. Our suggestions for beautiful cities in Bavaria are perfect for a varied city trip! We take you to five Bavarian metropolises where a day trip is guaranteed to be worthwhile - whether alone, with family or friends.
On a city tour through Bavaria's second largest city: surrounded by the historic city wall, one monument follows the next in the old town and gourmets will also get their money's worth here: try the "3 im Weggla". You don't know what that is? Then come with us on a day trip to the Franconian metropolis!
Alsace feeling - and only a train ride away in beautiful Bamberg! In Bamberg's old town, there are breathtaking historic sites in addition to the old town hall: for example, the cathedral square including the Bamberg imperial cathedral of St. Peter and St. George, which you should definitely visit. Also the district Klein Venedig or the numerous pubs, which invite you to linger with hearty meals and traditional drinks, are worth a visit! Be sure to take a stroll along the banks of the Regnitz River, which captivates with its charming half-timbered houses.
It was not for nothing that Ludwig I of Bavaria chose Aschaffenburg as his royal summer residence: the romantic alleys in the old town, the Aschaffenburg Main River, the mild climate: just a few of the advantages of the Franconian metropolis. See for yourself!
Perfect for a city break: Würzburg is one of the most livable cities in Germany, according to WirtschaftsWoche. In addition to the Old Main Bridge (which you should definitely pay a visit to if you are interested in "Brückenschoppen", i.e. tasting the traditional Franconian wine), a visit to the old university town is also worthwhile because of the historical sights: the town hall is a complex of buildings from several eras - especially the Grafeneckart is a great sight! Another highlight is, for example, the mirrored Emperor's Hall in the Würzburg Residence: thanks to the "most perfect spatial work of art of the Rococo period", the Residence is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Augsburg is the third largest city in Bavaria and one of the oldest cities in Germany: the Roman provincial capital Augusta Vindelicorum soon became a medieval bishop's seat, then a regular venue for imperial assemblies and later the famous home of powerful patrician families. Walk in the footsteps of the Threepenny Opera and dine like Goethe. You will quickly discover: Augsburg is first choice when it comes to beautiful cities in Bavaria that are worth a day trip!
When it comes to beautiful cities in Bavaria, Munich must not be missing, of course. And of course, almost everyone knows the fish fountain at Marienplatz and the beautiful pedestrian zones in the valley, at the Viktualienmarkt or in the well-known shopping miles between Sendlinger Tor Platz, Marienplatz and Stachus. But Munich also offers, in addition to the well-known city center, somewhat less known, but all the more beautiful corners - for example, right next to the magnificent Hofgarten is the romantic Dichtergarten, a real insider tip, even for Munich connoisseurs. Go on a discovery tour in the cosmopolitan city with a heart.
Let's go to Augsburg and Munich! In the fourth and seventh episode of the DB Regio Bayern "Audio Guides", we take you on a journey through time in Augsburg, the city of the Renaissance, and Munich, the metropolis of the Free State of Bavaria. Listen in now!