The location is unique
Lindau in Lake Constance is a historic island with unmistakable charm. Surrounded by a crystal-clear lake, a lush green area and in the background rises a mostly snow-capped mountain scenery. With its centuries-old buildings, lively squares and picturesque streets, it exudes an almost Mediterranean flair.
Lindau on Lake Constance
The sunniest region in the south of Germany
On alpine terrain, the Alpine road in Bad Hindelang passes the districts Vorderhindelang, Hindelang and Bad Oberdorf, with the turnoff to Hinterstein and leads over the Jochpass, on which 105 bends complete 360 meters of altitude difference, continue past the high-lying districts Oberjoch and Unterjoch ,
Pfronten in the Allgäu
The Allgäu resort is as varied in all seasons as the landscape that surrounds it. 13 districts characterize the broad valley in the transition from the lovely Alpine foothills to the peaks of the Allgäu and Tyrolean mountains. The world famous royal palaces Hohenschwangau and Neuschwanstein are only 15 kilometers away.
The gateway to Neuschwanstein Castle
In Füssen, the German Alpine Road meets the Romantic Road and the Via Claudia Augusta. The romantic old quarter almost has an Italian feel and is a delight to explore with its pavement cafés and squares. There are panoramic trails for walkers and cyclists on the higher terrain – and the next swimming lake is never far away.
Home of the Passion Play
Performed every ten years, the Oberammergau Passion Play attracts visitors from around the world. But this small town in the Ammergau Alps is also known for its master woodcarvers who produce religious art. The tradition of woodcarving with Christian motifs dates back to the 16th century. Oberammergau is also famous for its beautiful Lüftl murals.
Alpine holidays at the highest level
Set amid a breathtaking mountain landscape at the foot of Mount Zugspitze (2,962m), Garmisch-Partenkirchen is the epitome of dramatic and unspoilt Alpine scenery. A region that has been shaped by people and their culture, where you encounter traditional Bavarian customs that have remained unchanged for centuries.
Market town with character and charm
The river Isar meanders through the town of Bad Tölz like a turquoise ribbon. On the eastern bank is the picturesque old quarter, where Lüftl art adorns the baroque facades of Marktstrasse. Yet for all the architectural splendour and vibrancy of the town, there is no shortage of stunning natural scenery. To the south you can see the majestic Alps.
Pearl of the Inn valley
The beauty and variety of the Alpine region, with its rolling hills, steep crags and charming valleys, is nothing short of amazing. And right at its heart lies Oberaudorf in the Inn valley. Anyone coming here should bring one thing above all: plenty of time. Oberaudorf and the enchanting and unspoilt region that surrounds it have lots to offer.
Reit im Winkl
Winklmoos Alpine meadows
This idyllic mountain village has a centre that is unmistakeably Upper Bavarian and is home to many traditional restaurants and guesthouses. It offers stunning scenery, Alpine meadows and internationally acclaimed attractions. If you like skiing be sure to visit the slopes of Winklmoos-Alm.
Reit im Winkl