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We start our summer seasonon 30 May 2024 and are currently taking a short creative break.

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Sightseeing in Tyrol
Sightseeing in Tyrol
Sightseeing in Tyrol
We start our summer season on 30 May 2024
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Sightseeing in Tyrol – exciting places to visit

Nature, culture, history, and so much more

During your time out at our hotel in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena, discover the most beautiful and fascinating sides of the Alps. We would be happy to help you plan your trip!

Neuschwanstein Castle (approx. 34 min)

Neuschwanstein Castle was commissioned by King Ludwig II in 1869 and is now one of the most famous buildings in the world. With its snow-white limestone façade, original towers, and magnificent interior, it is one of the most beautiful spots to visit while sightseeing in Tyrol and therefore almost a must during your holidays in Berwang.

Hohenschwangau Castle (approx. 34 min)

Directly opposite Neuschwanstein Castle is the somewhat lesser-known Hohenschwangau. However, in terms of its beauty and history, it is in no way inferior to its neighbour.

Linderhof Castle (approx. 40 min)

Linderhof Castle, together with Neuschwanstein Castle, is one of the most famous constructions of King Ludwig II of Bavaria. The wonderful garden and the world-famous grotto are always worth a visit!

Museum of the Bavarian Kings (approx. 35 min)

The Museum of the Bavarian Kings (Museum der Bayerischen Könige) in Hohenschwangau near Füssen provides insight into the history of the Wittelsbach royal family, one of the oldest dynasties in Europe.

Innsbruck (approx. 1.2 hr)

The Tyrolean capital with its well-preserved old town, the world-famous Golden Roof (Goldenes Dachl), the ski jump on the Bergisel, and the countless museums and shopping possibilities always make Innsbruck worth a visit.

Munich (approx. 1.5 hr)

Munich is considered the most beautiful city in Germany and one of the most liveable cities in the world. Even day visitors are impressed by it – and not only during Oktoberfest.

Garmisch-Partenkirchen (approx. 40 min)

If you have visited this city once, you know: Garmisch-Partenkirchen offers its visitors much more than the Zugspitze mountain and its Olympic history.

Fallerschein (approx. 20 min)

With over 40 traditional log cabins, Fallerschein is Tyrol’s largest Alpine village and one of the most beautiful villages in the Alps.

Füssen (approx. 30 min)

Füssen is considered the birthplace of European lute and violin making and is home to one of the most beautiful lake landscapes in Allgäu. Visit the 16 km² Lake Forggensee.

Partnachklamm gorge & Höllentalklamm gorge (approx. 50 min)

An impressive natural spectacle in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, which you can explore on foot.

Lechtal Nature Park Region (approx. 30 min)

A unique landscape through which the second-longest river in Tyrol flows. Follow it on the 125 km Lechweg trail from the source to the fall. Also worthwhile: the Geisler-Moroder carving and sculpture school.

Geierwally Open Air Theatre Elbigenalp (approx. 40 min)

A unique spectacle for theatre lovers and one of the most important cultural institutions in Tyrol.

Swarovski Crystal Worlds (approx. 1.30 hr)

The traditional Tyrolean company Swarovski has created a place where crystal is a holistic experience for young and old with its Crystal Worlds.

Open Air Museum Tyrolean Farmhouses (approx. 1.5 hr)

Embark on a journey into the past of rural living and working and marvel at 37 reconstructed original buildings from various valleys.

Kisslinger glass factory (approx. 1.4 hr)

The name Kisslinger stands for knowledge handed down over 11 generations, in which the craftsmanship in the production and refinement of glass has been perfected.

Mittenwald Violinmaking Museum (approx. 1 hr)

Admire numerous interesting exhibits from different centuries and look over the shoulder of a violin maker at work.

Burgenwelt Ehrenburg & highline179 (approx. 15 min)

Visit one of the most important fortress complexes in Central Europe and dare to step onto the 406-metre long Tibetan pedestrian suspension bridge, the highline 179.

Zugspitze (approx. 30 min)

The highest peak of the Wetterstein mountain range and the highest mountain in Germany offers numerous outdoor activities, great events, and an unforgettable 360-degree panoramic view. Our tip: Visit the Zugspitze Adventure Museum.

Oberammergau (approx. 55 min)

The Ettal Abbey, the Wieskirche church, and the tradition of the Passion Play, which is performed every ten years, have made Oberammergau famous throughout the world. Nature makes this charming place a year-round destination.

Stuibenfälle waterfalls (approx. 1.20 hr)

Experience the foothills of Lake Plansee on a scenic walk across small bridges and easy gravel paths on the Hermannssteig trail.

Rosengarten gorge with Alpine Coaster (approx. 45 min)

Walk along millions of years of earth’s history and marvel at the variety of flowers, wildlife, and rocks. Tip: Ride the Alpine Coaster, the longest Alpine roller coaster in the world.

Three-Pass Tour

Panoramic tour across Arlbergpass, Flexenpass, and Hahntennjoch up to 1,894 m with great descents.

Museum of local history Berwang (approx. 1 min)

Experience the history of the Berwang valley, bake bread, churn butter, and much more.

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