Rocco Forte Hotels

With its fairytale castles and carpets of forests, Bavaria is a destination that looks even more astonishing from the air. This summer, The Charles Hotel in Munich is giving guests the opportunity the experience beautiful Bavaria from their own private helicopter. From up high, you can look down on the region’s stunning heritage buildings, like the Baroque Nymphenburg Palace and modern masterpieces such as the Allianz Arena. Flying above the Disney-esque Neuschwanstein Castle, you can peer between its dizzying turrets and feel the drama of the sheer cliffs upon which it’s built, back-dropped by the shimmering Alpsee Lake.

Clusters of traditional Bavarian villages like Füssen and Hohenpeissenberg appear in miniature, their red rooftops and church spires gleaming amid the surrounding green forests. Perhaps the most majestic bird’s-eye views of Bavaria can be found in the awe-inspiring Alps. The jagged peaks of Germany’ highest summit, the Zugspitze, cut through the clouds, its snow-capped apex twinkling in the sun. Below, unmistakable Alpine lakes like Walchensee and Chiemsee enliven the landscape with vivid pops of turquoise.

The ultimate way to spoil your loved ones with a magnificent Bavarian adventure, this extraordinary package includes a 2-night stay in a sumptuous Executive Suite, a private gourmet dinner, a spa treatment for two, a Champagne breakfast and an unforgettable ride in a Rocco Forte Hotels helicopter. With a videographer on hand to document your aerial excursion, you’ll get to treasure every moment together forever.

To book or enquire about The Charles Hotel’s Bavarian helicopter package and for a full list of package benefits call +49 89 544 5550 or email info.charles@roccofortehotels.com the package is subject to availability.

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