The cinema industry also knows that Bavaria has got lots of beautiful places. This is why some legendary films have been shot in Bavaria. Fancy a cinema culture and film location tour?

The Bavaria Filmstadt in Grünwald

An exciting place for all ages: The Bavaria Filmstadt film studios in Grünwald, right next to Munich, offers guided tours, activities and a 4D motion simulation cinema. You won't tire of this place easily!

An exciting place for all ages: The Bavaria Filmstadt film studios in Grünwald, right next to Munich, offers guided tours, activities and a 4D motion simulation cinema. You won't tire of this place easily!

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Blood and thunder: Inspector "Kluftinger" crime scenes in Kempten

Kempten is the setting of the popular German novels and TV series "Hauptkommissar Kluftinger", in which Chief Inspector Kluftinger always had his hands full.

Kempten is the setting of the popular German novels and TV series "Hauptkommissar Kluftinger", in which Chief Inspector Kluftinger always had his hands full.

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All for one and one for all: The Three Musketeers in Bavaria

Two thirds of the 2011 film "The Three Musketeers" was filmed in Bavaria. One of the biggest and most expensive productions that Europe has ever seen.

Two thirds of the 2011 film "The Three Musketeers" was filmed in Bavaria. One of the biggest and most expensive productions that Europe has ever seen.

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Flake: The Viking village in Kochel am See

A place where "strong men" live: This is where the children's film "Wickie und die starken Männer" (Wickie and the strong men) was filmed in 2008.

A place where "strong men" live: This is where the children's film "Wickie und die starken Männer" (Wickie and the strong men) was filmed in 2008.

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Glorious film backdrops: St. Emmeram Palace in Regensburg

St. Emmeram Palace in Regensburg is popular with film makers. It's where the German film director Marcus H. Rosenmüller filmed the Vatican scenes from his comedy "Wer's glaubt, wird selig" (a German turn of phrase meaning "A likely story!").

St. Emmeram Palace in Regensburg is popular with film makers. It's where the German film director Marcus H. Rosenmüller filmed the Vatican scenes from his comedy "Wer's glaubt, wird selig" (a German turn of phrase meaning "A likely story!").

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For culture aficionados: The Filmmuseum in Munich

If you're wanting a cinema experience with a cultural twist, you should drop by the Filmmuseum in Munich.

If you're wanting a cinema experience with a cultural twist, you should drop by the Filmmuseum in Munich.

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Trips

The Zoo in Augsburg

A beer indulgence in Lichtenfels brewery

“We’re doing something good!”: at the Cantina Diakonia in Muni...

Oberstdorf station

Fast your way to health in Ruhstorf

Balloon rides over Bavaria

Way down in Bavaria, way up in the mountains

Plassenburg castle: A foray through the history of Kulmbach

The Obermain Therme thermal bath: Bavaria’s warmest and strong...

“With everything, and nice and spicy, please!”: the Arkadas Dö...

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