No matter which sport you prefer – you can enjoy it on Lake Starnberg with a backdrop of enchanting mountain scenery.
Enjoy the fine, but down-to-earth dishes and in between also changing seasonal specialties with a good bottle of wine or a refreshing beer.
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A cabin cableway allowing quick access to Schliersbergalm. The wagons cover a distance of 230 meters over a distance of over 700 meters. From the windows and from the upper station you can enjoy mountain panoramas.
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Here with us at Café Winklstüberl you can view a remarkable collection of over 700 coffee grinders.
The Café Winklstüberl was first mentioned around 1300.
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Dreaming spires, green hills and romantic gardens – the city′s attractions are loved by millions of visitors from all over the World hungry for Salzburg sightseeing. With a tourist-per-capita ratio higher than Venice or Florence, the city is among the busiest places of Europe all year round.
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Mozart was born in Salzburg back in 1756. The Mozart Residence on Makartplatz and the Mozart Birthplace on the Getreidegasse, both of which are now museums, remind us of his extraordinary childhood. Numerous concerts, festivals and guided tours keep the spirit of Mozart alive and well in Salzburg.
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Garmisch – Partenkirchen, situated one hour south of Munich, is where you’ll find the stunning Partnach Gorge (Partnachklamm). The gorge will cast its spell on you with its wild waterfalls, water rapids and tranquil water basins. Once upon a time, visitors trying to walk through the gorge risked their lives, but nowadays there are two safe paths available. A fascinating perspective view offers the iron bridge with its height of around 225 feet / 70 metres.
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Two fully glazed high-capacity cabins transport up to 580 passengers per hour to the peak, banishing queues to history. Along the journey, they traverse the world’s highest steelwork pylon for aerial tramways at 127 metres, the world’s greatest overall height difference of 1,945 metres over one section as well as the world’s longest unsupported span, measuring 3,213 metres.
Germany’s highest elevation is home to three glaciers, a unique 360° panorama including mountain peaks from four countries and an attractive range of activities.
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Situated within the Berchtesgaden Alps in the municipality of Schönau am Königsee, just south of Berchtesgaden and the Austrian city of Salzburg, the Königssee is Germany’s third deepest lake. Located at a Jurassic rift, it was formed by glaciers during the last ice age.
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Enjoy your “One day trip to Munich” !