The baroque Dennenlohe Palace is home to both numerous magnificent rooms and the largest rhododendron park in southern Germany, as well as grounds featuring a range of different landscapes.
The cellar and technical rooms of the Meistersingerhalle in Nuremberg are home to various shafts and technical equipment.
Former glass cutting and polishing works from the 19th century.
An approx. 200 m long, accessible system of tunnels under the town of Zwiesel.
The Lola Montez House was built in 1830 in Swiss farmhouse-style and is situated right on the banks of the Isar River.
Former goods station with goods depot and offices from the 1960s
Museum for Historical MaybachCars in the former bicycle factory
Munich's oldest indoor public swimming baths
Raitenhaslach is a former Cistercian monastery and has been the property of the town of Burghausen since 2004.
Collection and exhibition building from the 19th century.
Historic copper mine with an impressive gneiss rock face and around 500 m of accessible underground tunnels.
Medieval castle with alpine panorama.