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"I am planning a holiday to the Inzell area but would like to take a day trip to Munich. What is the best way to get to Munich, bus or train appears to be a long trip. Would I be able to drive to the outskirts of Munich, park my car and take a train into the city center? Thank you Frank" (posted 05/17/2017)

Hello frank, they drive by car from Inzell to Siegsdorf, here on the motorway A 8 Munich to the fork in Sauerlach, to the right, direction Stuttgart, Messegelände-Riem, where there is no fair, hundreds of free parking spaces. From here by metro or S-Bahn, to the city center. I hope we can help Fam. Rieder
Answer provided by Thomas Rieder on 05/18/2017
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"Dear Sr. I'll go to Inzell in two weeks for 3 days. I'm planing a journey trip to Munich (one day), to Berchtesgaden&Salzburgo; (another day). Can you recommend me another journey trip for the 3rd day by car? Many thanks & Best Regards." (posted 09/29/2015)

I would suggest either the Chiemsee with a visit to the Herreninsel with the famous castle "Herrenchiemsee or Neuschwanstein near Füssen in the Allgäu, many greetings Engelbert Rieder
Answer provided by Thomas Rieder on 09/29/2015
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Hello, 1st for the 3rd day, I recommend an itinerary around the Kaiser Mountains (Tyrol). The route would be: B 306 Ruhpolding, Reit im Winkl, this transition to Austria - continue on the highway # 172 to Kössen, Walchsee (romantic small community -> Zahmer Kaiser), continue to Niederndorf, Ebbs Kufstein. From Kufstein Highway No. 173 to Scheffau am -.> Wilden Kaiser. Back on B312 to St. Johann in Tirol (here trip to Kitzbühel possible -> Kitzbühler Horn and -> Hahnenkamm (known by ski) from St. Johann back towards Kössen or direction Lofer -.> Loferer mountains and the E60 via Unken and .. Schneizlreuth back to Inzell Alternative way back reversed (Kufstein, Ebbs, Niederndorf, Kössen, Reit im Winkl back to Inzell Attention would from Kufstein on the A12 motorway to Innsbruck:. highway border crossings Germany-Austria shun Because current border control on! . German side congestion with longer waiting times Absolutely federal roads using for the border crossings - after Salzburg !! 2. If the host is an early riser, a visit to the storage plant Kaprun would be recommended: B 305 to Schneizlreuth, further on the B312 direction Lofer, from there B 311> Saalfelden, Zell am See. road to Kaprun to Kesselfall-Alpenhaus. By bus and funicular goes up to 2,040 meters above sea level to the reservoir Wasserfallboden (mountain restaurant) back reversed. 3. Of course, the Salzburg Lake District and the Salzkammergut are worth seeing. Attention: toll on the Austrian side (! Buy "Bickerl" there inter alia at filling stations). Should bad weather in the Berchtesgaden Tour, is absolutely a visit to the salt mine recommended! You may also see the Eagle's Nest, if the guest is interested in German history. Greetings Heidemarie Stiller hole PS: Sorry that I answer only now - I was a few days on vacation and therefore not accessible.
Answer provided by Heidemarie Stiller-Loch on 10/04/2015
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Something special would be the Grossglockner (Austria) Chiemsee with a visit to the Herreninsel (castle of King Ludwig) and Fraueninsel. in Inzell you can boot up 2 mountains with free Inzell Card, fantastically beautiful. Regards Lotte Lackner
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Hello, I can recommend the Chiemsee and the castle, take a hike on the Rauschenberg with the mountain railway. Kind regards Johann Fernsebner
Answer provided by Johann Fernsebner on 09/30/2015
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  • Eisstadion Inzell
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    Eisstadion Inzell

    Eisstadion Inzell (in the past also known as Ludwig-Schwabl-Stadion, now known as Max Aicher Arena) is a stadium located in Inzell, Germany, best known as a speed skating venue. It is an indoor, artificial ice, rink, located 690 metres (2,264 feet) above sea level and has a capacity of 10,000 people. Since its opening towards the end of 1965, more than 80 world records in speed skating have been broken here, and until the advent of speed skating arenas, it was known as the fastest European speed skating rink, second in the world after the Medeo rink.

    The stadium is also used for ice hockey, ice speedway, and (in the summer months) roller skating.

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Inzell Overview

Inzell is a municipality in the district of Traunstein (Traunstein vacation rentals | Traunstein travel guide) in Bavaria, Germany.

Inzell is known for its speed skating training center, which has produced athletes such as Erhard Keller and Anni Friesinger. At last count in 2000, there are just over four thousand residents.

Inzell is landscaped beautifully embedded in a large valley in the Bavarian Alps, framed by Rauschenberg, Zinnkopf, and Teisenberg. It gets its name to the confluence with the White River Traun in Traunstein.

Things to See in Inzell

The health resort of Inzell is located on 693 m above sea level. The community has about 4,500 inhabitants and has with its 50 districts or hamlets and vast forests, meadows and conservation areas, a north-south distance of about 5 km, an east-west distance of about 7 km. In Inzell livestock and dairy farming is mainly operated; the entire Inzell valley is characterized by huge pastures. In the spring these meadows shine in every color imaginable. While the farmers bring the first mowing in May, smells deliciously of all Inzell grass and herbs. In winter, about 40 km cross country ski trails are on these vast pastures and meadows.

The rolling hills in Inzell valley is a paradise for hikers. The flat, sunny valley is ideal for leisurely walks through beautiful Alpine scenery. Despite an impressive mountain backdrop surrounding Inzell, extensive valley walks are possible without significant gradients. What could be better than flowering alpine meadows, to wander along bubbling mountain streams and crystal clear lakes. For families with small children there are specially marked stroller paths with winding stations in winter and winter trails lead rolled over snowy meadows away from the traffic.

Parish church of St. Michael

Guests will find next to the Tourist Board Inzell several bakers, butchers, supermarkets, hairdressers, banks and a car repair shop. Doctors / dentists, 2 pharmacies, physical therapy, gym and beauty salons provide for the well-being of guests. There is a Catholic and a Protestant church and, of course, restaurants, cafes / ice cream parlors and bars. The restaurants offer mainly regional, seasonal custom home-style cooking.

Max Aicher Arena

Eisstadion Inzell


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More about the History of Inzell

After the founding of the St. Zeno Reichenhall by Archbishop Conrad of Salzburg in 1177, the city didn't really expand. Inzell gained international notoriety in the the 1950s when the speed skating and ice skating rink were constructed. In June 2008 the International Skating Union (ISU) announced that Inzell was awarded the contract to host the World Championships in speed skating in 2011.

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Inzell is a municipality in the district of Traunstein in Bavaria, Germany.

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