Herrenchiemsee Palace, the “Bavarian Versailles”, was built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria on 240 hectares

Herrenchiemsee Palace – the Bavarian Palace of Versailles

It has three castles and a baroque castle park to offer. Many castles and residences of the

Schleissheim Castle – 3-person ensemble in baroque

Linderhof Palace is the smallest of King Ludwig II's three palaces, but the only one that is still his

Linderhof Palace – The Royal Villa

The pilgrimage church "To the Scourged Savior on the Wies" - in short the Wieskirche - is that

Wieskirche – rococo at its best

There is hardly a building in the world that has been photographed as often as Ludwig's fairytale castle.

Neuschwanstein Castle – “the fairytale castle”

With its simple elegance, Nymphenburg Palace is one of the most beautiful palaces in Europe. All Seasons

Nymphenburg Palace – the royal summer resort

The Munich Frauenkirche - Metropolitan Church of Our Lady - was built instead of a three-aisled pillar basilica

Frauenkirche - Cathedral of Our Lady

The monastery was founded by Emperor Ludwig the Bavarian on April 28, 1330, the day of St

Ettal Abbey – church, abbey and indulgence

The monastery was built on the site of Andechs Castle, the ancestral seat of the Counts of Andechs

Andechs Monastery – “Praying and Drinking”