We put Landsberg am Lech on our map strictly because it was a small town between Augsburg and Fussen.
And we’re so glad that we did!
Even though Fussen fell off our list for this weekend due to time, Landsberg was one of those hidden gems that we wouldn’t have found otherwise.
Sitting on the Lech river, with a picturesque cascading waterfall right in the center of town, it has a classic quiet charm.
The streets roll up around 8pm, but that’s perfect for those of us who just want a quiet little town to enjoy, without the tourist hordes.
Tomorrow we catch an early train (well, 3 trains in a row) to get on a ship to explore Lake Ammersee – so we welcome the early night!
Ready To Go
You can’t complain about a first class compartment all to yourselves. Here Colette sits waiting for our train from Augsburg to depart to Landsberg am Lech.
Watching the Falls
Colette sits and enjoys the falls on the Lech River
Tumble and Tumble
The Landsberg am Lech Waterfall is beautiful to sit and watch.
Landsberg am Lech is a classic German town on a beautiful river.
Only Shelby will understand and appreciate this one : )
Tall and Thin
A tall, thin church spire high above Landsberg am Lech.
It is well worth the euro to climb the Bayertor for views over Landsberg am Lech
The houses in Landsberg am Lech are painted in a wide variety of fairytale colors, almost suitable for the Florida Keys.
The main plaza in Landsberg am Lech, complete with classic colorful houses, a beautiful statue, and a tall tower.
The Mutterturm in Landberg am Lech is about as fairytale as you can make a castle tower!
Landsberg at Night
Landsberg certainly is photogenic after dark!
The party has certainly started at the Lechgarten biergarten!
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