Neuschwanstein Castle over looks Alps the lake.

Neuschwanstein Castle

Neuschwanstein Castle King Ludwig II Mystery: Murder or Suicide King Ludwig II of Bavaria, Germany, had spent large sums of money to build the elaborate Neuschwanstein Castle for his residence. In effect, spending vast amounts of currency maddened his enemies. Consequently, in 1886, four government psychiatrists certified King Ludwig II insane. Additionally, they transferred him away from Neuschwanstein Castle to Berg Castle. A few days … Continue reading Neuschwanstein Castle

Winzerer Fahndl seats 8,450 people inside.

Oktoberfest Munich, Germany

Oktoberfest History A wedding between the Bavarian Crown Prince Ludwig and Princess Therese von Sachsen-Hildburghausen inspired the first Oktoberfest. The reception began on October 12, 1810, and ended on October 17. Moreover, Bavarian citizens attended the five-day party that included music, parades, food, drinks, and ended with a horse race. Furthermore, the first Oktoberfest was held in a field that today is named the Theresienwiese. This … Continue reading Oktoberfest Munich, Germany