Lake Eibsee is located 9 km (5.6 miles) away from Garmisch-Partenkirchen, right at the foot of Zugspitze, Germany's highest mountain, at 1,000 m (3,281 ft) above sea level. It is popular among locals and tourists alike. This...
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Linderhof Palace is located west of Oberammergau in Upper Bavaria, and developed out of King Max II's forester hut. Today, the palace can only be visited...
Located right underneath the Königsstand in the Kramer massif, you'll find the Pflegersee lake . At the eastern lakeside, there is a natural swimming pool facilitated with changing rooms, sanitary facilities, piers and kiosks as...
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Just south of Garmisch, Rießersee Lake invites you to swim and splash on hot summer days. Due to the low depth of the water, it heats up relatively quickly, which makes for agreeable swimming temperatures as early as springtime some...
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The Zugspitze, with a height of 2.962 meters (9717 ft) and its unbelievable location, is a mountain for everything and everyone. The largest mountain in...
Visitors to Germany’s highest peak – the Zugspitze – can look forward to an absolutely top-notch cable car ride up to the summit. The Zugspitze Cable...
Grainau, a village at the foot of Zugspitze, has an impressive natural spectacle in store: Höllental gorge – a feature which has been attracting tourists...
A running jump from 62 metres - and on skis? Most people get weak at the knees just from watching ski jumpers on tv. At the Olympic ski jumping hill in...
The AlpspiX viewing platform is located at an altitude of 2050 metres at the summit of Osterfelderkopf, about 50 metres from the mountain station of the...
Air paintings on the facades tell interesting stories about the historical Garmisch and revive the past. You will pass Werdenfelser farmhouses with splendidly decorated balconies. At...
The Partnachklamm near Garmisch-Partenkirchen is a spectacular natural spectacle. It was declared a natural monument in 1912. Waterfalls, rapids and...
The traditional bath was first mentioned in 1524, but first as a spa bath and only since 1928 as an open-air bath. Nowadays you can enjoy the summer and refresh...
The Oberammergaumuseum was commissioned in 1905 by the Oberammergau carving publisher Guido Lang from the Munich architect Franz Zell, who designed and...
One of the most famous and oldest theatres in Europe is the Passion Theatre in Oberammergau. Every ten years, the great Passion Play is performed here,...
The Pilatus House in Oberammergau houses one of the largest collections of reverse glass paintings in Europe , with around 1500 works. The painting of reverse glass paintings reached...