The Romantic Castles of King Ludwig II of Bavaria

CONTRIBUTED BY CALIFORNIA GLOBETROTTER Visiting Germany is more than just drinking beer and eating schnitzel. Every year, Germany attracts thousands of visitors, 407.26 million to be exact, making it the seventh most visited country in the world! Many tourists flock to some of the typical tourist hot spots, such as Heidelberg, Rothenberg ob der Tauber, Berlin and Munich. While … Continue reading The Romantic Castles of King Ludwig II of Bavaria

Pottenstein

CONTRIBUTED BY ALEXIS TUCKER My husband and I visited Pottenstein and we were surprised at how close it was to Grafenwoehr. The drive was only about an hour and we actually had so much to do we spent the entire day there. We went to The Devil's Cave (Teufelshoehle) first. The cave is 1,500 meters (4,900 ft) … Continue reading Pottenstein

Walhalla Memorial

CONTRIBUTED BY TEANNA SIDLES A little outside of Regensburg, is the Walhalla Memorial. The monumental building is located in Donaustauf, just 12 km from Regensburg. The Walhalla memeorial is a hall of fame that honors laudable, distinguished people and famous personalities in German history – politicians, sovereigns, scientists and artists of the German tongue. The hall … Continue reading Walhalla Memorial