Innsbruck, Salzburg and Munich

August 2016
We travel to Munich the largest and most important city in the federal state of Bavaria and, after Berlin and Hamburg, the third city of Germany by number of inhabitants. It is located on the river Isar, north of the Bavarian Alps. It is also the city with the highest quality of life in Germany.

From there we rent a car to go to Schwangau and visit the Neuschwanstein castle. Later we visited the city of Innsbruck, already in Austria and specifically the Tyrol. All a success do it by car. The Tyrol is a trilingual alpine region, spoken German, Italian and Ladino, currently divided between Austria and Italy. Its most important cities are Innsbruck (Austria) and Trento (Italy).

From there we went to Salzburg, the fourth most populous city in Austria, capital of the Bundesland of Salzburg. It is 150 km from Munich, the last stop to return to the airport back home. It is highly recommended to do this route by car as there are wonderful landscapes.
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