Landhaus Kossel

Hohenstrasse 8, Hopfen am See, Fussen, Bavaria, 87629, Germany
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Places to watch the World Cup in Fuessen/Schwangau

by Hellfirejen

Hi guys

Does anyone know where I can watch the World Cup in Fuessen or Schwangau? I know i'm English but i'm so embarrassed about our attitude to football I tend to follow Germany so am extremely happy with today's result! :)

Would love to see the team beat Mexico/Argentina with other germans while i'm over there so if anyone knows of anywhere that may be showing it, please let me know.

Thank you!

Jen

Re: Places to watch the World Cup in Fuessen/Schwangau

by alancollins

Hi I was in Hohenschwangau about 9 days ago and had lunch in a restaurant just a short distance away from the ticket office for the castle. There was a flat screen in the restaurant and some diners just asked the waiter to put on the TV so they could watch Germany play. This he did but the volume was kept down. So it may just a question of asking for the flat screen to be put, sure you will not have any problems.

Re: Places to watch the World Cup in Fuessen/Schwangau

by abalada

e.g. in the beergarden of the Hotel Sonne in Füssen
http://www.hotel-fuessen.de/?id=news&nid=162

Travel Tips for Füssen

Panoramic views in Füssen

by BettyTyranny

If you want a panoramic view of Füssen, Schwansee and the castles, take a hike up to Kalvarienberg. One way to get up is on Tirolerstrasse. As you walk toward Lechfall you will see a small chapel and stairs on the left. There's a sign there, but it's easy to miss. The walk up takes about 25 minutes and it consists of stairs and rocky trails. When you get to the top, there is a high platform where the crucifix is. The hike is definitely worth it if you'd like a 360 panoramic view of the area.

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History background I

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

Füssen has long and rich past counting almost two millennia. There was a small Roman castle since III century. In VIII-IX centuries it became the center of Benedictine monastery of St. Mang.

In 1313 the residence of Augsburg kurfursts was placed in the city. They constructed their castle here. Füssen was a trading city in the Middle Ages and in Renaissance. It received popularity owing to violins and lutes made there.

Then Füssen loses its influence and popularity and becomes one of many little towns of Bavaria.

First European lute-makers’ guild

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

Füssen was famous as the cradle of the commercial manufacture of lutes in Europe. Here in the town on the River Lech the first European lute-makers’ guild was founded in the 16th century, and up into the XIXth century the town produced renowned violin-makers.

In addition to the lutes and violins from the XVIIth to XIXth centuries, the Munich master violin-maker Karl Leonhardt donated the equipment of his workshop which documents the various stages in the production process of a violin. There is a monument to him on one of the town’s square

The area of the present-day Bread Market is thought to have been the origin of the medieval town. Today it is here that the Lute-Makers Fountain recalls the historical importance of Füssen as the "Cradle of Lute-Making“ in Europe.

One of the finest collections in Europe of historical lutes and violins are exhibited in the Füssen Municipal Museum.

WIESKIRCHE

by truus_s

You will find a church in every German village. One of the loveliest churches in Europe is the "Wies Church". When standing in front of the church the visitor will find it hard to anticipate the splendour of the interior of the nave executed in the exuberant rococo style. The Wies Church was one of the first monuments to have been adopted by Unesco as an object of cultural and natural heritage worthy of being protected and preserved.
There are very few churches in Germany with comparable ceilings to those in the Wies Church which show such artistic paintings.

An amasing fountain

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

I have seen such a fountain for the first time in Fuessen and it has very much surprised me with its design.

On several granite columns in height about five meters under action of jets of water granite stones were shaking, everyone in weight not less than 100 kg! In each column the deepening has been made due the stone has not slid off downwards. The jet of water pushed out a stone from this deepening and it rose above a column on some millimeters, being shaken here and there.

An amasing fountain!

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Address: Hohenstrasse 8, Hopfen am See, Fussen, Bavaria, 87629, Germany