Architectural highlights that feature more than pretty walls and sophisticated floor plans – six trip tips (not just) for architecture aficionados.
There is a lot to discover when you are 2,244 metres above sea level. From the outside, the Karwendel Nature Information Centre resembles a giant wooden telescope, gazing out towards the Isartal valley.
Insider's tip for art enthusiasts: Villa Stuck was built by Franz von Stuck and is a successful fusion of living quarters, studio and exhibition rooms.
Located right beside the river Main, the old grain storage facility combines an industrial atmosphere with prize-winning modern architecture. The result: a lively location that forms an impressive setting for art and culture.
The Germanisches Nationalmuseum delivers a vivid presentation of valuable works of art and cultural history from the German-speaking world.
The castle is situated on the edge of the medieval old town in Rothenburg ob der Tauber, and looks like a little house balanced on top of a fortified tower. At once you feel as if you've been transported into a Brother's Grimm story.