Home to the world's biggest festival, Oktoberfest, Bavaria is a land of culture, history, traditions and spectacular nature, all of it made accessible by our pet-friendly holiday homes in Bavaria. The pristine landscapes of the Bavarian Forest offer the finest in outdoor experiences, with everything from refreshing hikes along the German Alpine Road to challenging mountain biking in the Bavarian Alps, or you can enjoy skiing at Zugspitze, Germany's highest resort, or go sailing on the Bavarian lakes and enjoy various other water sports. There's also plenty of castles to see and culture to experience in cities like Munich or villages such as Tell. Catch your breath during a holiday in Bavaria and enjoy Germany's number one tourist destination!
A green cultural holiday
If you're looking to enjoy the culture of Germany along with a magnificent green setting, you can't do any better than Bungalow.Net's holiday homes in Bavaria. It's simply the perfect place for a family holiday in Germany, although couples will also have a great time touring Bavaria's romantic old towns like Regensburg or Augsburg. The state capital of Munich can also be visited, where an elegant urban atmosphere awaits you with sites like BMW's "4 cylinder" tower headquarters. Next door you can visit the BMW museum along with historic landmarks like Blutenburg Castle and Nymphenburg Palace, once the summer residence of Bavaria's kings. Munich is also a great place for an escape into nature as it contains numerous parks including Englischer Garten, one of the largest public parks in the world, and Olympiapark, built for the 1972 Olympic Games.
Variety is the key to a great vacation
If you're looking for the opportunity to enjoy a complete holiday among beautiful natural surroundings or the Ammergau Alps, you couldn't have made a better choice than a holiday in Bavaria. A land of legend, tradition and history, you can enjoy the culture here by visiting attractions like the Finsterau open-air museum, Weissenstein Castle near Regen, the Hunting and Fishing Museum of Wolfstein Castle and the German Museum, one of the oldest science and technology museums in the world. Of course don't forget about Oktoberfest in September, perfect for a fall escapade in Bavaria. For the sports fans there's skiing in the Chiemgau Alps along with mountain biking, fishing, canoeing and rafting or you can savor some relaxing cycling for two in Bavaria traversing the Romantic Road or Castle Route. If you're vacationing with the family, you can visit the city of Munich, which has fantastic attractions like the Munich Sea Life Museum, a toy museum, Fairytale Forest, the Munich Zoo and Zirkus Krone, the largest circus in Europe. It's sure to be an exciting time for people of all ages.