The Bavarian Alps Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Bavarian Alps - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Berchtesgaden 9

Bad Reichenhall 5

Garmisch-Partenkirchen 5

Oberammergau 4

Chiemsee 3

Tegernsee 3

Berchtesgaden National Park 2

Bad Tolz 2

Mittenwald 2

Ettal 2

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Mountain–Sight 2

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Alte Saline und Quellenhaus

  • Spa–Sight

In the early 19th century King Ludwig I built this elaborate saltworks and spa house, in vaulted, pseudomedieval style. The pump installations...

Predigtstuhl

  • Mountain–Sight

The pride and joy of the Reichenhallers is the steep, craggy mountain appropriately named the Preacher's Pulpit, which stands at 5,164...

Rupertus Therme

  • Spa–Sight

Part of Bad Reichenhall's revival included building this new spa facility in 2009. Indoor and outdoor pools in the Therme section are...

St. Zeno

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

This ancient church is dedicated to the patron saint of those imperiled by floods and the dangers of the deep, an ironic note in a town...

Wandelhalle

  • Spa–Sight

Hotels here base spa treatments on the health-giving properties of the saline springs and the black mud from the area's waterlogged moors.

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