17 must-visit places in Germany with 9-Euro Ticket in the summer

Updated: Jul 7

1. Königsee:


Königsee is located in Berchtesgaden alps, Germany and it’s located near the Austria border. The Königsee is called King's lake and it's the third deepest lake in Germany between the cliffs. The lake has emerald green water and it also has a beautiful cruise in a traditional boat which takes you to the unique church of St. Bartholoma.


2. Neuschwenstein Castle:


Neuschwanstein Castle was built in the 19th Century by King Ludwig II of Bavaria from his personal funds. The Castle was intended as a home for the king but he died in 1886, the same year in which the castle was completed. After his death, it was open to the public.



3. Lindau:


Lindau is a beautiful Island town located on the shore of the Bodensee also known as Lake Constance. The lake lies between the Germany, Austria and Swiss border and you can also take a cruise to Bregenz, Austria or Switzerland from Lindau.


4. Mittenwald:


The Altstadt or Old town of the Mittenwald is totally a fairytale picturesque town with a perfect background of the German Alps. The Mittenwald is famous for its culture and famous landmarks like Catholic Church St. Peter and Paul. The area is also famous for its lakes like Ferchensee and Lautersee.


5. Füssen:


Füssen is one of the most beautiful towns located in the region of Ostallgaü near the Austrian border. The town is very small with cobblestone streets. There are three famous lakes; Forggensee, Hopfensee and Alpsee located near Füssen.


The world-famous Neuschwanstein castle is also located around 4 km from the town. There are many hiking trails near the area and one of the most tourist spots in Germany.


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6. Walchensee & Herzogstand:


Walchensee is the deepest lake in Germany and it’s located around 75 KM away from Munich. The lake has a beautiful Turquoise colour and is famous as a kite surfing spot. To enjoy the beautiful view of the lake, you can climb up to the Herzogstand which is around 1800 meters. You can also go there by Cable car which takes you to the top of Herzogstand.


7. Grainau:


The town has a tracking trail along with small water streams which take up to the lush green hills. The valley has an amazing view of the mountains and towns.