Bavaria — Home Of BMW

Bavaria (German: Bayern) is Germany’s chief and oldest state located in the south. Its captial, Munich, attracts millions of people every year.

Bavaria Map

Map of Bavaria, Germany

For a span of over thousand years perception of itself and its sovereignty has evolved and the heritage is still alive. Bavaria is not merely endowed with its scenic beauty and cultural monuments, nor is it just a holiday and vacation spot famed for its hospitality. Even now, as before, the Free State is the top agricultural province of Germany.

In Bavaria, you’ll find a lot of interesting places to visit with mountainside castles, world-class museums and art treasures, Alpine character and Mediterranean verve, the Hofbräuhaus and famous Oktoberfest in Munich, beer gardens and haute cuisine, operas and boisterous nightlife in Augsburg, I could go on an on…

And you’ll find Open-year-round resort of Garmisch-Partenkirchen surrounded by the Bavarian Alps. The Berchtesgadener Land with the classy town of Berchtesgaden is a true masterpiece of nature. The Bavarian Forest (Bayerischer Wald), which is present in the south-eastern corner of Bavaria, represents central Europe’s largest continuous woodland area.

By the way, most Bavarians speak with a very strong slang (accent). At least when you visit the deep country side and small villages, even we “normal” Germans have a hart time understanding anything of what they’re saying. ;-)

And if you’re curious, check out the other page talking about the Bavarian history!

 

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