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"I am an American who will be visiting Bayrischzell for 3 days at the end of September. I was planning on taking one day and exploring Munich but was wondering what was around Bayrischzell that I should check out! Any help is greatly appreciated!" (posted 08/28/2014)

Main activity in Bavarian Zell in September is hiking and mountain biking. There are many beautiful mountains and mountain inns. A special mountain with amazing views from everywhere is the Wendelstein. There, you can walk, up the gondola or an old cog railway. Carriage rides are offered. You can take the train from Munich to Bavarian Zell. The train is called Bavarian Oberland Bahn (BOB). Hotels and other information www.bayrischzell.de Bavarian Zell is about 12 km from Schliersee Lake, and there they may well stay for example in our lakeside house in Sea Garden.
Answer provided by Rene Baart on 08/30/2014
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In Bavarian Zell they are in the middle of the mountains. because you have many options to m climbing into the adjacent tiro (Austria) many mountain lakes and are just 60 kilometers from Munich and Salzburg. really a great location with friendly greeting family Eder in Bad Feilnbach
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Popular Points of Interest in and near Bayrischzell

  • Wendelstein (mountain)
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    Wendelstein (mountain)

    The Wendelstein is a 1,838-metre (6,030-foot) high mountain in the Bavarian Alps in South Germany. It belongs to the so-called Mangfall Mountains, the eastern part of the Bavarian Pre-Alps. It is the highest peak in the Wendelstein massif. Due to its exposed location it has a very good view over the Bavarian Alpine Foreland and is unmistakable for miles around. It lies between the valleys of the Leitzach and Inn and is accessible via the Wendelstein Cable Car and the Wendelstein Rack Railway. On its northern foothills rises the Jenbach, which becomes the Kalten on its way to the River Mangfall.

    Local valley settlements include Bayrischzell, Brannenburg (rack railway) and Osterhofen (cable car).

  • Berchtesgaden Royal Palace
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    Berchtesgaden Royal Palace

    The former monastery of the Augustiner was home of the Prince’s provosts of Berchtesgaden. From 1810 to present, it serves as the residential castle for the Bavarian royal dynasty. The tour is on three floors: from the Romanesque cloister (about 1180), you enter the double-aisled Gothic hall (pre 1400) with a significant collection of sculptures from Southern German origin (about 1500) including two early works by Tilman Riemenschneider. Three hunting rooms are astounding with Baroque hunting rifles, coats of armor and swords; two Renaissance halls with original furniture and tapestries (16th century). Precious porcelain from the manufactories of Nymphenburg and Frankenthal are represented in the great dining hall. Amongst the hunting trophies hangs the heaviest Bavarian stag trophy (40.3 lbs.!). The Empire and Biedermeier rooms display valuable paintings of the 19th century’s Munich school. The upper rose garden with Renaissance fountains allows for an unbelievable view of the mountains and the Watzmann. The deer collection, which recently opened in the stables of the castle in 2005, displays the scholarly results of game research by Duke Albrecht of Bavaria.

    Hours: May 15 - October 15, open daily except Saturdays from 10am - 12pm and 2pm - 4pm. October 16 - May 14 open daily except Saturdays from 11am - 2pm.

    Admission: Adults 7 €, Concessions 3 €.



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Bayrischzell Overview

Bayrischzell is a beautiful resort town and climatic spa in the Upper Bavarian Alps. With 19 lift systems and 31 kilometers of runs, the adjacent Sudelfeld region is one of the premiere skiing areas in Bavaria and the largest in Germany. For those who prefer Nordic to downhill skiing, 96 kilometers of cross country ski routes are open through the winter, and visitors in summer can enjoy 28 kilometers of marked Nordic walking paths. We feature single and double-room vacation apartments with beautiful views of the surrounding mountains.

Bayrischzell iis a municipality in the Upper Bavarian district Miesbach and a well-known health resort in the Upper Bavarian alps. The adjacent Sudelfeld with 19 lift systems and approximately 31 km of runs is is one of the most well-known skiing areas in the Bavarian alpine region and the largest ski area in Germany.

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DSV Nordic active center

In the winter, 96 km of cross country ski routes are kept open. In the summer, several Nordic Walking routes are marked out with a total length of a length of 28 km.

In addition there is a heated free swimming pool, tennis courts, mini golf, and in the winters an ice rink and a curling area.

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More about the History of Bayrischzell

In the year 1076, the wife Haziga of the Pfalzgrafen Otto II. created a hermet retreat in the chapel Margarethenzell of Scheyern (Scheyern vacation rentals | Scheyern travel guide) Wittelsbach. In 1079, it was converted to a monastery. Because of its proximity to Tirol, Bayrischzell was both in Spanish and Austrian succession wars and in the Napoleononic wars the scene of armed battles of local mountain contactors with the Tyroleans. In 1811/12, it became an independent Pfarrkuratie. Around 1900, the tourism gradually began. The coat of arms in its current form has existed since 1959 and serves to remind of the close historical relationship to the Wittelsbachern with its silver lozenges.

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Bayrischzell is a beautiful resort town and climatic spa in the Upper Bavarian Alps. With 19 lift systems and 31 kilometers of runs, the adjacent Sudelfeld region is one of the premiere skiing areas in Bavaria and the largest in Germany. For those who prefer Nordic to downhill skiing, 96 kilometers of cross country ski routes are open through the winter, and visitors in summer can enjoy 28 kilometers of marked Nordic walking paths. We feature single and double-room vacation apartments with beautiful views of the surrounding mountains.

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