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Exploring the Allgäu Alps © www.bayern.by - Gert Krautbauer
Exploring the Allgäu Alps © www.bayern.by - Gert Krautbauer
Hello,
As 2020 draws to a close, we want to leave you with an exciting sneak peek of what's in store in Bavaria for you in 2021, from new openings and delicious experiences to pure relaxation and so much more to come. Bavaria awaits the safe return of its international visitors and looks forward to welcoming it’s guest back to experience the true Bavarian zest for life!

As a special holiday gift, we leave you with a festive Bavarian gingerbread recipe just for you: Elisenlebkuchen. We wish you a safe and wonderful holiday season. We can’t wait to see you in 2021!

Your Bavaria Tourism Team
Bavaria on your mind?
Nuremberg Toy Museum © Uwe Niklas
Nuremberg Toy Museum © Uwe Niklas
Nuremberg’s Past & Future
In 2021, Nuremberg’s museum scene brings spellbinding highlights. The first museum of the future, the new Deutsches Museum Nuremberg branch opens its doors bringing cutting-edge projects from today's researchers with 5 floors of futuristic exhibits. The famous Toy Museum also celebrates it’s 50th anniversary recognizing Nuremberg as the city of toys with its 600 years of toy history dating back the tradition of medieval doll making.
More of Nuremberg’s Museums
Munich for You: Sports, Fashion & Royal History
Munich is a vibrant city with many unique offerings for different type of travelers. In 2021, sports enthusiasts can enjoy the new “Kaiser 75” exhibit dedicated to football legend, Franz Backenbauer at the FC Bayern Museum. Fashionistas can learn about special Bavarian fashion with their our personal shopper on the TrachtNTour experience, taking their own tracht home. Or for the luxe traveler, why not experience the royal treatment with the exclusive “Royal Purveyor to the Court” shopping tour?
Versatile Munich
Franz Beckenbauer at FC Bayern Museum © FC Bayern München AG, Christian Kaufmann
Franz Beckenbauer at FC Bayern Museum
© FC Bayern München AG, Christian Kaufmann
Winter Cocktail in Christmas Village of Rothenburg © Mucho Amor
Winter Cocktail in Christmas Village of Rothenburg
© Mucho Amor
“Prost” to 2021 with these Bavarian Drink Specialities
Looking for special drink experiences? Bavaria is the place. In Bayreuth, Maisel Brewery houses the world’s most comprehensive beer museum and its restaurant offers over 100 different craft beers. If beer is not a beverage of choice, in the medieval town of Rothenburg, craft up imaginative cocktails with world-class bartender from local bar, “Mucho Amor”. Or how about tasting gin from Berchtesgaden Salt Mine, the oldest active salt mine in Germany? This Miner’s Gin is stored deep under the Bavarian Alps for a special taste!
Drink up!
Franconian Festivities
Franconia, Bavaria’s North, celebrates plenty in 2021! The stunning Steigerwald Nature Park honors its 50th anniversary with planned summer celebrations with ranger tours and with special views high above at the impressive Treetop Trail tower near Erbach, which is also celebrating 5 years. In Würzburg, the Mozartfest’s 100th Anniversary will be celebrated with special concerts at Würzburg Residence and its beautifully illuminated courtyard and at other venues througout the city such as wine cellars, churches and museums.
More to discover in Franconia
Tree Top Trail at Steigerwald Nature Park © FrankenTourismus/Thomas Glomm
Tree Top Trail at Steigerwald Nature Park
© FrankenTourismus/Thomas Glomm
Abbess M. Laetitia Fech © www.bayern.by - Gert Krautbauer
Abbess M. Laetitia Fech © www.bayern.by - Gert Krautbauer
New Year’s Spiritual Timeout
Starting anew in 2021 is a priority. Bavaria brings tranquil spirituality. Bavarian monastaries are a great place for rest and reflection as well as physical and mental relaxation. The Waldsassen Abbey, revitalized by Abbess M. Laetitia Fech is the ideal place for guests to discover the beauty of nature. Its splendid parkland, water features and beds of fragrant herbs in the Abbey’s garden transport people away from everyday life and back to peaceful moments.
Time for tranquility
Accomodation Update 2021- City & Countryside
2021 sees the reopening of the Mandarin Oriental in Munich’s Old Town in time for it’s 20th anniversary after the most extensive renovation in the hotel’s history. The scenic and charming Yachthotel Chiemsee on Lake Chiemsee also completes renovations in time for the new year. The new “spa” feel Aja Garmisch-Partenkircken opens in Spring 2021. The German Alpine Road adds new hotels to their list of accomodation along the most picturesque alpine villages.
More hotels in Bavaria
 Mandarin Oriental, Panoramic Suite © Mandarin Oriental Munich
Mandarin Oriental, Panoramic Suite
© Mandarin Oriental Munich
Beethoven © Adobe Stock/just83in
Beethoven
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Festive sparkle
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