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With 70,550 square kilometers, the Free State of Bavaria is the largest federal state in the Federal Republic of Germany in terms of area. Not only Bavarians but also visitors from all over Germany and the world seek relaxation from everyday life under the blue and white Bavarian sky every year. Bavaria meets almost every Central European’s holiday requirements. In the natural low mountain range landscapes between Upper Franconia and the Bavarian Forest, the soul will make a liberated leap for joy. Every year a large variety of cultural and sports events wait to be shared with many other enthusiasts.
The international film festival of Bayreuth (https://www.bayreuther-festspiele.de/), Octoberfest in Munich (https://www.oktoberfest.de/de/), the jumping of the international four-jump tournament (https://www.vierschanzentournee.com/), the soccer games of the Bavarian clubs rank among the important events in the yearly planner.
In Franconia (http://www.franken-weinland.de/) and at the Bodensee the connoisseurs of select well-matured drops come at their expense. The edge of the Alps from the Allgäu to the Berchtesgadener Land invites you to visit Germany’s highest mountain, the 2962m high Zugspitze (http://zugspitze.de) or the 190m deep crystal clear Königssee.