Rosenheim, Munich and Salzburg are only a stone’s throw away, and all three cities have more than their fair share of culture and shopping opportunities.
Hohenaschau Castle was once the administrative centre of the legally powerful house of Hohenaschau. The Priental Museum, the history of the house and the iron industry in Chiemgau.
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Rosenheim is a city located on the banks of the Inn brimming with culture and free time opportunities. It is also more than just the setting for the famous Rosenheim cops. The city is in one of the most beautiful holiday areas in Bavaria: in the Alpine foothills between Wendelstein and Chiemsee.
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Salzburg is approx. 60 km from Prien and is easy to reach by car or train. Its picturesque old town and winding lanes are truly spectacular. Salzburg is also the birthplace of Mozart and a day trip to the city is sure to live long in the memory.
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The capital of Bavaria is about 70 km from Prien, making it a short convenient trip by car or train. A day trip to Munich makes a good break into an unforgettable holiday. Immerse yourself in the Bavarian traditions and Munich’s cosy city lifestyle.
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The huge aquarium centre in Munich’s Olypiapark. See the fascinating aquatic biodiversity of the Isar, Danube, Black Sea and Mediterranean up close in more than 30 pools. One particularly unique highlight is the glass tunnel which leads through the large sea pool.
The brewery museum in Traunstein Hofbräuhaus is filled with creative and unusual rooms which will wow visitors. A tour of the brewery under the heading “discover-experience-taste” encompasses 9 different zones.
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Visitors can take in the Renaissance-era central courtyard, the restored gothic castle chapel, the large rooms with furniture and art from all periods of history as well as the knight’s hall and dungeon.
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The Eagle’s Nest (1,834 m) has a breathtaking view over the entire Berchtesgadener Land region. The 6.5 km route from Obersalzberg to the house was built into the rock in just 13 months in 1939.
Lake Königssee forms the heart of Berchtesgaden national park. Just a short hop from its shoreline is St. Batholomä, the pilgrimage church and former hunter lodge of Bavarian kings.
The Centre of Documentation in Obersalzberg is a permanent exhibition from the Institute for Contemporary History in Obersalzberg. It was commissioned by the State of Bavaria.
In the ground deep below the Salzberg is a hidden subterranean world just waiting to be explored. For many years only miners had access to the tunnels. Today, part of the 500 year old mine is open to all.
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For kids and adults, families and friends – an incredible experience. The Kampenwand cable car carries visitors to the perfect starting point for high level walks with breathtaking views.