The Kloster will have a tour in English, I would think. If not there would be information in English for sale there. Read some history books. google ‘Kloster Ottobeuron’. I have some brief descriptions of it, but I’ll have to go look on my shelf.
Neuschwanstein is breathtaking in its setting. Hopefully, it won’t rain. The inside was not fully finshed. King Ludwig loved Wagnerian opera. The rooms are decorated in mosaics of characters from the operas. It is actually a ‘fake castle’ since it was built in the 19th century and never used as a fortification.
Burg Eltz in Nordrhein-Westfalen south of Bonn near the Mosel River is my favorite castle. It is still owned by the family and it is old and very picturesque.
Altoetting is a beautiful Benedictine abbey and pilgrimage church in Bavaria. Devotees of the Old Mass make a pilgrimage in June every year to the miraculous image there.
Herrenchiemsee is another Ludwig castle.
In Munich, not far from the Rathaus, Blessed Rupert Mayer lies awaiting the Resurrection. Also, the relics of Sts. Cyril and Methodius are there in Munich. The books Relics, the Incorruptibles and Eucharistic Miracles by Joan Caroll Cruz are the best guide books for Catholics.
I visited a hermit once in Bavaria. i’d like to be one, too, if I could live there in such beauty.