A part of Southern Germany where so many stories can be told
Bavarians could tell you so many interesting stories about their homeland. For example, the film director Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau: he loved the little place where he lived by Lake Staffelsee so much that it got named after him. Or, how about the numerous celebrations in Wallgau near Garmisch-Partenkirchen? Whenever “their” biathlete Magdalena Neuner brings home another medal, the whole village celebrates it. These small mysteries between the mountains and the villages are what bring out Bavaria’s charm and that indicate that Bavaria is proud… and justifiably so!
Warm Hospitality for your Bavarian Bike Tour between Munich and Scharnitz
The Bavarians are popular all over Germany for their genuine friendliness. They are simply very comfortable in their ‘Free State’ and they give off that feeling – it is not surprising really with their dreamlike surroundings. Alpine pastures with their colourful wild flowers as well as mountains and deep-blue lakes accompany you on your cycle ride through the diverse region of Bavaria. You will also feel very comfortable here!
And culture, you sure are provided with that on a Eurobike tour. Stylish baroque-style castles, sacred buildings as well as modern structures satisfy the curiosity of ‘culture vultures’. Take time to look at the fine arts from both then and now. Enjoy the colourful and picturesque landscape over and over again as well as the magnificent fresh air – that is what makes up a holiday in Bavaria.
Brewing Art and Fine Dining on your Bavarian Cycle Tour
The day passes in a cosy manner in Bavaria because Southern Germans like to make a feast quicker than anyone else. A hearty Schweinsbraten with Knödel and Sauerkraut (roast pork with a bread-based dumpling and sauerkraut) is the fitting end to an eventful day on the bike. What’s the perfect accompaniment to a tasty meal? Obviously, it’s a cool beer that has been brewed in a local traditional brewery in accordance with the purity law.