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Module 9: Excursions

  1. 1. Module 09 Excursions and Day Trips
  2. 2. To the Castles
  3. 3. Located along the border of Austria and Germany is the Neuschwanstein Castle, which is one of the most visited castles in Europe The Neuschwanstein Castle
  4. 4. It was built by King Ludwig II using his personal fortune. It has inspired the creators of Disneyland and is often spotted in films, too
  5. 5. Hohenschwangau Castle is located close to Neuschwanstein Castle and the Austrian border The Hohenschwangau Castle
  6. 6. The castle was the childhood residence of King Ludwig II and was built by his father, King Maximilian II of Bavaria
  7. 7. Linderhof Palace is the smallest of the three palaces built by Ludwig II The Linderhof Palace
  8. 8. The garden of Linderhof Palace is regarded among the most exquisite
  9. 9. Other Excursions
  10. 10. The Zugspitze is the highest mountain in Germany Zugspitze The Top of Germany ImageCourtesy:www.wikimedia.org
  11. 11. Three cable cars run to the top of the Zugspitze and together transport an average of 500,000 people to the summit each year.
  12. 12. In winter the Zugspitze is a popular skiing and snowboarding destination. The Zugspitzplatt is Germany's highest ski resort ImageCourtesy:www.wikimedia.org
  13. 13. Nuremberg Nuremberg, 170 km north of Munich, is a city rich in culture and a nice one-day trip for an immersion into the rich history of Germany
  14. 14. Nuremberg State Theatre The Nuremberg State Theatre, founded in 1906, is dedicated to all types of opera, ballet and stage theatre
  15. 15. Lake Chiemsee The largest lake in Bavaria covers an area of 80 km2 The lake has three islands on all of which cars are forbidden ImageCourtesy:www.germany.travel
  16. 16. The region around Chiemsee is Chiemgau. It is a famous recreation area
  17. 17. The largest of the three islands is the Herreninsel, which is home to Herrenchiemsee, a palace built by King Ludwig II in 1878
  18. 18. Slyrs Whisky Distillery A visit to the distillery in Schliersee / Neuhaus is a special treat and an experience for all your senses
  19. 19. The distillery offers a guided tour with many self- explanatory diagrams, films and tasting samples
  20. 20. The monastery is located between two lakes in the south of Munich It is famous for its hearty food and beer Andechs Monastery
  21. 21. The stroll up to the church provides a peaceful view that helps you connect with the nature and discover the contrast between the countryside and the impressive city of Munich
  22. 22. End of Module You can proceed to the quiz now

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