Onde dormir na Baviera

Bavaria impresses with its versatility. In addition to adorable little towns like Augsburg, Passau, Bamberg, and Bayreuth, adorned with centuries-old buildings in their historic quarters, which are nowadays experiencing dynamic development thanks to the influx of young students, you can find larger, no less historical important cities like Regensburg, Würzburg, Nuremberg, and the main metropolis Munich. To help you find the best places to stay in Bavaria we have selected a number of especially beautiful and authentic hotels and holiday homes in Bavaria:

Our top 5 regions in Bavaria: 

1. Berchtesgaden is located in southeastern Bavaria and is known for its breathtaking mountain landscapes and nature. The Berchtesgaden National Park is one of the oldest nature reserves in the Alps and offers a unique flora and fauna. The highlights of the region include Lake Königssee, the Watzmann East Wall, and the Almbach Gorge. The region is ideal for activities such as hiking, skiing, and cycling.

2. Chiemgau is located right next to Berchtesgaden and is known for the largest lake in Bavaria, Lake Chiemsee. In addition to relaxed boat trips and many excellent restaurants on the promenade, you will find charming villages and towns such as Bad Reichenhall, Traunstein, and Prien am Chiemsee. Treat yourself to a good time in the beautiful Chiemsee Chalet, wonderfully located on the foothills of the Alps and not far from Lake Chiemsee.

3. The Bayerischer Wald (Bavarian Forest) is a region in eastern Bavaria and is known for its untouched nature and diverse wildlife. As the oldest national park in Germany, with ski resorts and hiking trails, the Bavarian Forest is definitely worth a visit. We recommend one of our stylishly furnished Bayerischer Wald holiday homes or our personally tested wellness hotels in the vicinity of the Bavarian Forest.

4. The Allgäu in southern Bavaria is known for its majestic mountains, picturesque valleys, and idyllic lakes. Many popular tourist destinations such as Oberstdorf and Füssen are located here. A dream place for all hikers and ski enthusiasts. Stay in dreamy country houses surrounded by wide mountain landscapes, such as the picturesque Ansitz Hohenegg.

5. Franconia is the northernmost region of Bavaria and enchants with its historic towns and vineyards. Many charming towns such as Bamberg, Würzburg, Nuremberg, and Rothenburg ob der Tauber are located here, where you should definitely try the famous Nuremberg sausages and regional beer. Stay in a stylish self-catering apartment with traditional charm in a historic town or one of our small boutique hotels.

Our top 3 cities in Bavaria: 

1. Munich is the capital of Bavaria and known for the annual Oktoberfest and its beer gardens. It is an important hub of regional architecture and culture. Be sure to visit Marienplatz, Nymphenburg Palace, and the Pinakotheken and visit the English Garden or the Olympic Park for a breathtaking sunset. There are many accommodation options - we have selected the most beautiful boutique hotels in Munich for you.

2. Regensburg is the largest city in eastern Bavaria and known for its well-preserved medieval old town, through which the Danube river flows. The city boasts a rich history and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Be sure to visit the St. Peter's Cathedral, the Stone Bridge, the Thurn and Taxis Palace, and the Walhalla. Regensburg is also known for numerous music festivals and city festivals, such as the Regensburg Citizen Festival or the Jazz Weekend.

3. Nuremberg is located in Middle Franconia and offers a wide range of medieval history, art, and culture. Here, you'll find many famous landmarks, such as the Imperial Castle, the Albrecht Dürer House, and the Nuremberg Christmas Market. There are numerous small hotels and beautiful vacation homes in the city and its surroundings.

Our insider tips for Bavaria

Besides the noble and luxurious hotels in Munich, you will find a number of cozy traditional guest houses and inns, usually offering great food and rustic rooms at affordable prices throughout Bavaria and its many beautiful towns.

Culinary delights of Bavaria

The Bavarian kitchen is known beyond its borders for its excellent, hearty traditional dishes. Just think about those “gemütliche Restaurants", the fresh Weißwürste, bread dumplings (Semmelknödel), onion cake and fish on the stick (Steckerlfisch). Deserts such as sweet dumplings (Germknödel) and Zwetschgendatschi, a flat plum cake will make you ask for more. Every city also has its own specialties, such as Nuremberg gingerbread, Allgäuer mountain cheese, or Franconian bratwurst. A Bavarian snack with pretzels and beer in one of the many beer gardens or mountain huts is simply a must-do for a vacation in Bavaria.