|Shopping|| 4 || km ||Airport|| 70 || km |
|Suburban traffic|| 8 || km |
Wellness; Exclusive; Winter sports
Tyrol is divided into 36 tourist regions, each with a typical or characteristic feature, a prominent mountain, lake or village. When you hear of Tyrolean towns and villages it always brings to mind a beautiful location. The famous Tyrolean hospitality, domestic ’Schmankernl’ and brandy await tourists at the local restaurants. Numerous hiking trails, arts and crafts museums, idyllic village life, Swarovski Crystal World in Wattens and the Innsbruck Summer Dance help guarantee an original Tyrolean experience. You can also take an excursion to neighboring Germany where you can visit the Berchtesgaden National Park with its König Lake, just 60 km away. Only electric boats are permitted on the lake, so the quality of the water is excellent (!). The Chiemsee - also known as the "Bavarian Sea" - is the largest lake in Bavaria and is known primarily for its two islands. On the women's island there is a nunnery. On the Herreninsel there is a castle built by Ludwig the II. The salt mine in Berchtesgaden is an interesting and fun experience. Visitors receive miner's clothing and then enter the tunnel by train. Inside the tunnel a boat takes visitors to a salt lake. Inside the mine there is also an 850 square meter salt hall where concerts and the "Dinner de Sole" are held.