Vegan hotels in Bavaria

Bavaria is one of the most popular vacation regions in Germany. The Free State inspires with its scenic diversity, world-class sights and a relaxed attitude to life. From Franconia to Garmisch-Partenkirchen, enjoyment is writ large: In addition to drinkable beer, Bavaria has excellent wines to offer. And that the southern German state can do more culinary than roast pork with dumplings is proven by the creative chefs in the vegan hotels in Bavaria. There, guests who value mindful eating enjoy many regional specialties in delicious vegan and vegetarian options.

The creative dishes taste especially good after a day full of outdoor activities: The Alps as well as the hills and mountains in the Bavarian Forest invite you to go hiking and mountain biking. In winter, skiers and snowboarders get their money’s worth there on perfectly groomed slopes.

Among the most popular sightseeing destinations are the numerous castles and palaces. The most famous postcard motifs are Neuschwanstein Castle, Linderhof Castle and Herrenchiemsee, which were left behind by the fairytale king Ludwig II. Bavaria left behind. The small town of Burghausen, right on the Austrian border with the longest castle in the world, takes you back to the Middle Ages. Cosmopolitan flair and a love of tradition characterize the state capital Munich. There, the Oktoberfest is undoubtedly the highlight of the annual calendar of events. The Franconian metropolis of Nuremberg is world-famous above all for its atmospheric pre-Christmas Christkindlmarkt. If city tourists would like to spend relaxing days in a vegan hotel in Bavaria, they like to choose the three-river city of Passau, the romantic Bamberg or Würzburg with its stately residence.