Hotel Fruhlingsgarten

Alatseestr. 8, Fussen, Bavaria, 87629, Germany
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Baroque basilica St. Mang, Fuessen, DEBaroque basilica St. Mang, Fuessen, DE

In the dark shaded area on the left.....In the dark shaded area on the left.....

The Clock Tower.......The Clock Tower.......

Little entrance hall.....Little entrance hall.....

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Schwangau - Wieskirche

by Hellfirejen

Can anyone tell me how far it is between the two? I know there is a bus route, but would it be too far to bike to from Schwangau?



Re: Schwangau - Wieskirche

by abalada

~ 25 km

Re: Schwangau - Wieskirche

by globetrott

and it is also rather flat !

Re: Schwangau - Wieskirche

by RhineRoll

amazingly flat as a matter of fact -- we were passing through the area 2 years ago on our way to Italy, I made a specific note in my scrapbook that this would also be a very suitable area for wheelchair-handcycling. Mind you, there are a couple of drumlin-shaped hills especially when going north from the proper foothills. With a halfways decent bike, these should be no obstacle though for a wonderful bike trip.

Travel Tips for Füssen

Lech River

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

Füssen is located on the banks of the Lech River. Since ancient times this river served as the convenient waterway connecting the Roman Empire with its northern provinces. The "Via Claudia Augusta" - a road passed along its banks in Roman times.

It lead southwards to Rome and northwards to the Roman province called "Castra Augusta" now - Augsburg. The river and its banks are very picturesque.

Water of the river has very unusual turquoise color. Sometimes it reminds more sea water, instead of river water. Located on the high bank of the Lech River Füssen is represented as a fantastic city.

Tourist Information

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

Tourist Information: Keiser Maximilian Platz, 1. Ph. 2 38 50, fax 93 85 20.

In summer: in the working day from open from 10.00 till 12.00 and from 14.00 till 18.00, on Saturday and Sunday from 10.00 till 12.00.
Telephone code: 083 62.

Official site of the city: Fuessen

One more useful link: Tourism information

the kitchen of Theodor Hirneis

by globetrott

The castle-kitchen of Hohenschwangau is one of the few places, where photography is no problem at all, and though it looks a bit strange with that puppet of a cook, it is the authentic kitchen of the palace, where mad king Ludwig II spent his childhood and where Theodor Hirneis started as apprentice-cook and ended as "Hofkoch" of King Ludwig II. After the death of Ludwig II Theodor Hirneis wrote several books about his time at the royal bavarian court
"Theodor Hirneis oder wie man ehemaliger Hofkoch wird"
is a TV-film, starring Walter Sedelmayer as Th. Hirneis, and I may recommend it highly to all german-speaking people beeing interested in King Ludwig II. I remember how he explained, that the king all of a sudden had the idea to go to a hidden place somewhere in the mountains and his employees had to get there some time ahead,simply in order to plant some nice natural flowers in an area, where they could never grow in reality, but they could survive for a few hours there and that was enough for the King...
The old kitchen of Hohenschwangau castle is opposite of the main castle, in the same building as the shop.

"Jugend" for the best view of Hohenschwangau

by globetrott

"Jugend" (youth) is a quite strange name for a view-point and I have no idea, where it came from. In any case "Jugend" is a great place, about 200 meters from the exit of castle Neuschwanstein, where you may take a look down to the lakes, the surrounding mountains and the castle of Hohenschwangau, where "mad" King Ludwig II spent his youth.
Huge trees add a lot to the atmosphere there, even when the weather is not really perfect, like I had a foggy and rainy day unfortunately.
You will find "Jugend" on your way to the castle, when you step down from Marienbruecke. When you choose to skip the bus and you walk up from Schwangau, you will have to pass by Neuschwanstein and walk another 200 meters to get to that great viewpoint.

Wieskirche - on your way from Munich to Fuessen

by globetrott

Wies is a tiny village of just a few farmhouses and a church that is extremely oversized for these few houses. When you drive in a day-excursion by car from Munich to Fuessen and Neuschwanstein, you will pass by this interesting church with its ornate baroque interior, just 7 km east of Steingaden you have to leave the road to Fuessen, follow the signs for "Wies", it is just a few hundred meters from the main road..
Wies-Kirche is a very popular pilgrim-church in Bavaria and it started with a miracle in 1740 and since then lots of pilgrims come to this lovely church.
On my 2nd picture : "Knoking on heaven's door " is one of the fresco-themes on the ceiling of Wies-kirche.
All of the church is painted in that great style, and the high windows add a lot to the atmoshere, when the sun shines in.
Wies and its church will need a minimum-stay of maybe 30 minutes - it will be an impression, you will never forget !


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