Bavaria

Bavaria Travel Guide

Articles about Bavaria

By Reid Bramblett
With editing by Adrien Glover, Sarah Kantrowitz, John Newton, and Clara O. Sedlak So what if the euro is up and the dollar is down?That doesn’t mean you should skip a trip to Europe this year. You can still find great deals, even in pricey places...
By Reid Bramblett
By Katy Koontz
This 365-mile castle-hopping trip combines what's best in two of Germany's most scenic routes: the less-touristed, pastoral east-west Burgenstrasse and the much more trodden north-south Romantische Strasse. The drive takes in several medieval jewe...
By Katy Koontz
This 365-mile castle-hopping trip combines what's best in two of Germany's most scenic routes: the less-touristed, pastoral east-west Burgenstrasse and the much more trodden north-south Romantische Strasse. The drive takes in several medieval jewe...
By Katy Koontz
This 365-mile castle-hopping trip combines what's best in two of Germany's most scenic routes: the less-touristed, pastoral east-west Burgenstrasse and the much more trodden north-south Romantische Strasse. The drive takes in several medieval jewe...

Hotels in Bavaria

Owner of the hotel-restuarant Lars Zwick, makes fresh bratwurst from pork butchered in town.

Restaurants in Bavaria

Bavaria is the heartland of simple, rib-sticking dishes heavy on the würstel, potatoes, and sauerkraut—accompanied, of course, by liter-size mugs of beer—and there's no better place to indulge in the cholesterol fest than alongside local residents in the mayor's basement.

Things to do in Bavaria

If you're planning to ride Bavarian's famous Romantic Road past rolling farmland and half-timbered villages plucked from an illustration of Grimm's Fairy Tales, leave the driving—and high gas prices—to Europabus ($130 befor