Benediktbeuern Tourism

Benediktbeuern is a municipality in the district of Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen in Bavaria, Germany. The distance between Bichl and Benediktbeuern is only 2 kilometers, or 1.25 miles. The village has about 3,500 residents as of 2004. Benediktbeuern has a famous monastery, formerly belonging to the Benedictine Order, called Benediktbeuern Abbey, which was founded in about 739. Its name is well known because of the Carmina Burana manuscript found there in 1803 and subsequently set to music by Carl Orff. Since 1930 the Salesians of Don Bosco live in this monastery. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe visited Benediktbeuern during his third journey to Italy in 1786. Benediktbeuern has kept the structure of a traditional village near the Alps. It is possible to visit many places of interest from there in day-trips, and therefore it is a tourist resort. Many people commute to Penzberg, Wolfratshausen/Geretsried and Munich. Important traffic routes are the motorway from Munich to Garmisch-Partenkirchen and the state route 472 from east to west. Important public transport routes are the railway station of Benediktbeuern, where the train runs from Kochel to Munich in one hour, and the bus to Bad Tölz.


Looking for travel information about Benediktbeuern? Explore the best travel advice on Benediktbeuern, Germany. Benediktbeuern is located at a short trip away from Munich a major city in Germany. Take a short trip from Benediktbeuern and set some time aside to explore the Munich. Dotted with places like Marienplatz, Cathedral Of Our Lady, The Neue Pinakothek; it will definitely be a good idea. Tour packages of Benediktbeuern are of 1 to 2 days duration.

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