Quirks mode is activated on your browser.
To ensure proper display of this page please follow the steps below:
Or simply update your browser!
The Bavarian town of Füssen is located in Ostallgäu at an altitude of 808 m. The town covers an area of 43,52 km² and is home to 14.441 people. Füssen borders Austria to the south and is only 91km away from Munich.
The average temperature is 6,8°C, the yearly precipitation is about 1.299,5 mm. Füssen sees the most rain in August with 168,2 mm, while March is the driest month with 70,3 mm of precipitation. July is the hottest month and January is the coldest.
Füssen is renowned for its medieval old town and the famous castles commissioned by Ludwig II of Bavaria. Neuschwanstein Castle and Hohenschwangau are beautifully situated amidst the lakes of the Alpine foothills.
Tegelberg Mountain near Schwangau features a cable car and offers great skiing for all levels of ability. Besides tobogganing, cross-country skiing and backcountry skiing, Füssen is a fantastic place for Bavarian curling on frozen lakes
Tegelberg Mountain boasts a large number of mountain huts and invites to long hiking tours. Tegelberg cable car is the gate to the biggest nature reserve in Bavaria. Füssen offers a wide range of activities to suit all ages and abilities: hang-gliding, via ferrata, summer toboggan run and lots more.
Sounds interesting? Interested in booking a room, hotel or holiday apartment?
- Then click here.
You've saved the maximum number of favorites.