Bavaria is the largest federal state of Germany. Situated in the south-east of the country, Bavaria extends from the North German Plain down into the Alps. Its mesmerising natural attractions, cultural sights, and the traditional Bavarian hospitality are strongly appreciated by innumerable visitors from Germany and abroad. The state abounds in health resorts and spas of world renown, which stretch from the Rhön Mountains to the Alps. Munich is the capital of Bavaria. The city enjoys a unqiue place in the history of Germany. Munich was the cradle of the Nazi movement after World War I and was the scene of Hitler’s first attempt to seize power on the 8th November, 1923. Post-war saw a major restoration program in the city and today Munich is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Germany. Worth seeing in Munich is the 16th-century Michaelskirche, with its imposing barrel-vaulted interior, and the Asamkirche, considered a masterpiece of south German Rococo architecture. Visitors can also admire the wide boulevard and grand palatial architecture of Ludwigstrasse. You can stroll through the former artists’quarter, which today constitutes the most fashionable part of the city, with numerous cafés, bars, restaurants and nightlife venues.