Two of Bavaria's most treasured gems, Linderhof Palace and the village of Oberammergau can be seen on this full-day end from Munich.
- Done in English
- Day trip (destination A to B)
- Immerse yourself in the past, the time of a historical circuit
- Treat yourself to a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city
The smallest of the three royal castles, Linderhof, was built by King Ludwig II in the 19th century as a hunting lodge. Built in French Rococo style, the castle has a fantastic grotto and Moorish pavilion that can be visited during your two-hour stay.
Then you will travel to Oberammergau, famous for its wood carvers, rich in painted houses (Lüftl paintings) and Passion Play. During the Thirty Years' War, after months of suffering and death caused by the plague, the people of Oberammergau swore to "perform the play of the suffering, death and resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ" every ten years. . This tradition has been carried on ever since, and the next Passion Play will be performed in 2010.
Before returning to Munich, you will have time for sightseeing and shopping in Oberammergau.
Starting point :
Opposite the KARSTADT shop department, opposite the main train station.
Departure time :
10 hours 15
Return to original departure point around 18:15 PM