Childhood is a special time, cheerful, carefree, when every day brings new wonders, discoveries and impressions. Every adult keeps memories about it and remembers the special moments of life with nostalgia. And, of course, when we become parents, we want to give all the best to our beloved children and make their childhood joyful and happy. Time flies quickly, leaving us with only memories. The childhood of our children someday quietly leave somewhere too… But where can we find the tool to return to this Wonderland again? Many adults think seriously about this question and decide to pursue
The Andechs monastery is a historically famous place in Europe. You have the attitude to the Catholic faith or You are a connoisseur of beer, don’t You? You enjoy history, art, music? Or You are just a fan of adventurous journeys? — This small town of Andechs, which is located in thirty kilometers from the capital of Bavaria, on the Eastern shore of the picturesque lake Ammersee, will interest You exactly.
The natural world of Germany is incredibly beautiful, amazing and multifaceted, and in some places, especially beautiful and fabulously unique. This applies not only to natural resources but also hand-crafted, specially and skillfully created projects, which blended in with the environment. One of such places is the residence of Hitler, nicknamed “Eagle’s nest”. You can book a private or group tour to Eagle’s nest with a professional guide. We will arrange submission of the car/bus to the specified location and comfortable journey with departure from Munich and back. The route can be adjusted according to Your desire.
Each city has its own history, character and traditions, its memorable places, its purpose. Nuremberg — mysterious, enigmatic, and not like other cities. There is much speculations about the origin of this name, many argue that it comes from the word “rock or stone rock”, because the castle rose on a rocky cliff. It marked the beginning of city life. This statement is prosaic and ordinary, but all genius lies in simplicity. Take a tour in Nuremberg with a professional guide, a narrative of whom will not be bored. You get a lot of interesting emotions and historical
The name of tour describes this ancient city pragmatically exactly, although, of course, sounds a bit dry for so romantic and fabulous place. Moreover the adjective “fabulous” is used here not as a poetic allegory, but as an expression of vivid reality. In our days of super-technology, cities and skyscrapers it’s hard to believe in this, but…
Bavarian land is rich in beautiful scenery, interesting architecture, great museums, and of course, famous historical celebrities who have made an invaluable contribution to the history of the state development and glorify it forever. If You are romantic and connoisseur, visit the Chiemsee lake – one of the most beautiful places in Bavaria. It looks like sea and has eighty square kilometers. It is often called the Bavarian sea, surrounding charming three Islands: Krautinzel, Herreninsel and Fraueninsel.
The ancient and the current Weihenstephan has an interesting and long history. The name itself carries a certain mystery and causes the desire to solve or at least to answer some “Why”. The thing is, Weihenstephan consists of two words that are translated from German – Saint Stefan, that in the name of the brewery sounds not quite clear. Therefore, in order to satisfy Your curiosity, and also to replenish Your inner horizons, go back in the past to the origins of our story.
The era of the monarchy is the majestic and magnificent page in the history and life of each state. The days of kings, Dukes, princes and emperors delight, amaze and fascinate by the abundance of valuable possessions that accompanied their lives: gold, precious stones, metals, rare wood and art masterpieces of the great masters, ranging from architecture to the works of miniatures. Today we have the opportunity to see the Bohemians not only in novels and documentary films, but just to feel the gaze of all this splendor, visiting museums and galleries, keeping the memory of their sovereigns.