A kind of storytelling in Bavarian. Short, local episodes, human, unique and meaningful. Stories that make up everyday life. Everyday life that makes history.
So you know Regensburg, either first-hand or from pictures: St. Peter’s Cathedral, the Stone Bridge … and you are so enamored with it that it’s almost a little embarrassing. Because at what point is a place so lovely it’s just cheesy? Also, everybody and their uncle seems to love the town on the bank of the Danube.
THE REALM OF THE FIVE LAKES
Golfers in Starnberg/Ammersee have twelve courses to choose from within a 15-mile radius, so none of the attractions is further than a half-hour drive away. Some of the country’s most beautiful golf courses with the most stunning views await.
Four clubs, one big event for all golfers: If you want to treat yourself to a few days off, and really put your driver, putter, and irons to work, you’ll enjoy the Golfer’s Eldorado Neumarkt, which also offers plenty of other regional enjoyment. The clubs in Habsberg, Hilzhofen, Herrnhof and Lauterhofen stand for athletic challenges, a professional ambience, and warm hospitality. Located amidst an idyllic scenery, it offers charming views between the tee and the green, top-notch hospitality, and a competition on four different courses with lots of fun and great prizes. This is what the “Golfdorado” between Nuremberg and Regensburg is all about.
Augsburg & Bernhard Langer
When you hear the words “Augsburg” and “golf”, Bernhard Langer inevitably comes to mind. But the town on the Lech has a lot more golf-related marvels to offer than its famous prodigy, and its beautiful old town is always worth a visit.
AN ABC OF KING LUDWIG II AND HIS FOLLIES
He created the very centerpiece of the Chiemgau: Herrenchiemsee Castle. Every year, about 400,000 devotees of the Bavarian king flock to Prien, Gstadt, Bernau, Übersee, Chieming, and Seebruck to ferry over to the island Herreninsel, where Ludwig II (1845-1886) never spent more than ten days. A crazy guy? Or just a very peculiar man? We went in search of clues and came across lots of oddities from the (sur)real reign of Ludwig II. Here is an itemized list of his royal antics.
Golf- Countryside- Rivers
More and more golfers are discovering what makes the Allgäu one of Germany’s most beautiful holiday regions. Hardly anyone who has visited it can resist the charms of its fascinating landscape and people. Let’s take a short tour of this popular holiday destination.
Golf in Bavarias Capital
Bavaria's capital city appeals to visitors with a multitude of tourist attractions. Thus far, golf has not been one of them. But why is this, actually?