The Landgasthof Karner is just as much a part of Bavaria as the lakes and mountains

The Abenteuer Bergwald Frasdorf-Sagberg adventure forest - on the trail of smugglers and poachers of yesteryear. An exciting experience for young and old holidaymakers from April to November.

A visit to the historic town of Traunstein is ideal for a leisurely stroll. The renovated historic town square attracts many visitors with its cafés and shops. The centre of Rosenheim (19 km) is also good for a stroll. The Lokschuppen Rosenheim exhibition centre, several museums and a sculpture trail await you.

The castle and the Herrenchiemsee park on Herrenchiemsee, the largest island on the Chiemsee, are a must-see. King Ludwig II had it built based on the architectural model of Versailles.

Amerang Castle, located on a prominent steep rock, is a well-known venue for concerts and celebrations and is also still a family residence. In the castle museum visitors can learn about the 1000-year history of the Bavarian nobility.

Neuschwanstein Castle was a refuge for the “Swan King" Ludwig II. It was opened to the public after his death in 1886.

Kitzbühel (Tirol)
The elegant wintersport-village in the alps, east of Innsbruck, is well known for its famous annual Hahnenkamm-Races. Kitzbühel is one of the biggest and most beautiful winter sport regions of austria. Moreover, the village is known for its high-price tourism, because it is one of the favourite holiday locations for celebrities and jetset people - especially at the Hahnenkamm-Races.

The fourth largest city of austria is not only well known for its history, but also for being the place of birth of Wolfang Amadeus Mozart - which is why the loving nickname of the city is "Mozart-city". The historical town center is on the list of the UNESCO World Heritage and through its annual Salzburger Festspiele (Festival) the city gained more and more in international significance. Today, Salzburg is considered one of the most important congress and trade fair cities.


The german city right by the border to austria is mainly known for its impressive biosphere reserve, that goes from lake Königssee up to the "Watzmann". Besides that, it is known for the role it played in times of the National Socialism. The museum "Dokumentation Obersalzberg" (Documentation Upper-Salzberg) deals with the topic "Führersperrgebiet" (Fuehrer prohibited area). South of the town is Hitlers "Adlerhorst", the mountain guest house Kehlsteinhaus. Furthermore tourists like visiting the salt mine and the Watzmann-thermal bath.

The bavarian capital does not only host the annual Oktoberfest. Above all, the Munich cityscape is characterized by historical buildings of early centuries, by its culture and museums. The famous Hofbräuhaus, opened in 1589, is a true tradition for visitors. It is not for nothing, that Munich is known to be Germany`s most livable city.