St. Peter in Bad Waldsee

The baroque collegiate church of St. Peter in Bad Waldsee On our city tour through Bad Waldsee in Upper Swabia on the edge of the Allgäu we discover the collegiate church of St. Peter in Bad Waldsee, a real gem of baroque architecture. No wonder, really, as Dominikus Zimmermann - one of the "star architects" of the Baroque era - was the builder of the church, so [...]

A museum for the beer mug

When the invitation to visit the Bad Schussenried beer mug museum fluttered into our house, as, let's say sporadic beer drinkers, we were initially skeptical. Until a few years ago, beer wasn't even on our shopping list - simply because we didn't like it. Only since we - or rather I - introduced the Newfoundland dog last year [...]

The museum in the Kornhaus in Bad Waldsee

The museum in the Kornhaus in Bad Waldsee shows visitors the history of the city. Here you can learn a lot about the time when the place was a trading center. You will also meet bourgeois women, councilors and church lords of the city.

History of camper voyages

How did RV travel begin? In the Erwin Hymer Museum we get to know the history of motorhome trips. When the invitation to the Erwin Hymer Museum in Bad Waldsee flutters into our house, I first think: “What should be interesting about a mobile home museum?” I have to admit that I'm not a vehicle freak. And my times as a camper [...]

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