The Allgäu is worth a visit at any time of the year.
In spring and summer, the Allgäu mountain and lake landscape with a well-developed network of cycling and hiking trails attracts all nature lovers and those looking for a break from hectic everyday life.
Whether it should be a relaxed walk around one of the numerous lakes, an easy hike with the family to an alpine hut or whether you want to prove your condition on a more demanding mountain tour - there is something for everyone!</ p>
Cooling down on warm summer days awaits you in our lakes. With a wonderful view of the Allgäu mountain panorama, you can really relax here!
The Allgäu offers culture enthusiasts a variety of castles to visit.
Fairytale Castle Neuschwanstein built by King Ludwig II in 1869 attracts over 1.3 million visitors from all over the world and is one of the most famous sights in Germany.
Hohenschwangau Castle was first mentioned in history in the 12th century under the name Schwanstein Castle.
Hohe Schloss Füssen Start of construction 1291 once served as the summer residence of the prince bishops of Augsburg.
Castle ruins in Eisenberg and Hohenfreyberg built at the beginning of the 14th century by the Hohenegger line.
Falkenstein Castle Built in 1270 as a castrum Phronten and used until the 17th century.
TIP: An online ticket saves you a lot of time. Ticket at www.hohenschwangau.de With the FüssenCard you get a discount when you pick up your tickets.
Stay active and explore Füssen and its surroundings by bike.
Füssen - Königsschlösser - Füssener Hütte
You can store and charge your bike at a covered parking space Rental bikes are available at the train station and right next to us.
Füssen’s surroundings as a hiking paradise in the Allgäu
Hopfensee - circular trail
Weißensee - circular trail
Alpsee circular trail
Lechfall - Schwansee - Alpsee
Obersee - Mittersee - Alatsee - Weißensee
Alatsee - Saloberalm
Füssen - Kalvarieneberg
Füssen - Lechweg
As a TIP: Use our Füssen Card to use public transport free of charge.
Lakes around Fussen in the Allgäu
As a TIP: With its higher water temperature and the view of the castle, the Schwansee invites you to swim.
Füssen with children - a big adventure playground
Treetop path in the forest adventure center
Füssen reptile zoo
Themed playgrounds in Pfronten
Squirrel forest in Fischen
Hike Pöllat Gorge
Tegelberg toboggan run and playground
Pfronten high ropes course
Füssen ice station, public run
Therme Schwangau / Therme Reutte
As a TIP: In rainy weather, we recommend the Schwangau and Reutte thermal baths or the reptile zoo.
Explore Füssen’s surroundings
Churches and monasteries
Fussen city center
Tree garden with ruins in Füssen
Thermal baths and indoor pools
Boat rental and shipping
Skiing and snowboarding
TIP: Get a great view of Füssen and the lake landscape with the castles from the Kalfarienberg