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The most popular federal state for a winter holiday: Bavaria cleans up in the ranking

2023-12-09T08:57:14.297Z

Highlights: The most popular federal state for a winter holiday: Bavaria cleans up in the ranking. The Allgäu and the Bavarian Forest have fought their way into the top 10. The most popular ski resort with the most kilometres of slopes is in Bavaria. But three other federal states also occupy top positions. The Free State can even be happy about the victory, because Bavaria is the most popular state in Germany for aWinter holiday. The Bavaria newsletter informs you about all the important stories from the Free State.



Status: 09.12.2023, 09:51 a.m.

By: Katarina Amtmann

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In Germany, Bavaria is the most popular destination for a winter holiday. But the Free State also performs well in an international comparison.

Munich - The Advent season is in full swing, Christmas is fast approaching. Winter has also fully arrived in Bavaria, especially the south of the Free State has been partly under a thick layer of snow since the beginning of December. Perfect for a winter holiday?

7 out of 11 of the most popular destinations for a winter holiday are in Germany

The portal beyondsurfing.com has examined almost 7500 of the most popular destinations for a winter holiday for their popularity on Google - the result for Bavaria is impressive.

  • Lapland
  • Resin
  • Black Forest
  • Ore Mountains
  • Allgäu
  • Bavarian Forest
  • South tyrol
  • Baltic Sea
  • Tyrol
  • Sauerland
  • Zillertal
  • The Allgäu is a popular destination for a winter holiday. © IMAGO / Action Pictures

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    Allgäu and the Bavarian Forest as a popular destination for winter holidays

    With a search volume of 1180 and 960 respectively, the Allgäu and the Bavarian Forest have fought their way into the top 10 - and this against well-known competition internationally, for example Finnish Lapland, but also from their own country.

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    Beyondsurfing.com also created a national ranking and evaluated the German states according to their Google search volume. Here, the Free State can even be happy about the victory, because Bavaria is the most popular state in Germany for a winter holiday.

    In which states is winter holidays in Germany the most popular?

  • Bavaria
  • Saxony
  • Thuringia
  • North Rhine-Westphalia
  • Baden-Württemberg
  • Hesse
  • Berlin
  • Brandenburg
  • Lower Saxony
  • Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania
  • Rhineland-Palatinate
  • Hamburg
  • Saarland
  • Saxony-Anhalt
  • Schleswig-Holstein
  • Bremen
  • The most popular ski resort with the most kilometres of slopes is in Bavaria. This is shown by a new ranking. But three other federal states also occupy top positions.

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