This region is very picturesque. It is also called the "Werdenfelser Land". Cozy villages are nestled between mountains and forests and visitors are always welcome. You will also find clear creeks, one of the largest marshland's in Southern Germany, the "Murnauer Moos" for enjoying activities in the clean, fresh air. You can go for short strolls, or extensive hikes in the mountains. Mountain bikes are available for renting if you are athletically inclined or adventurous.
You also can visit a "Schwimmbad" or public pool or a more exclusive spa. Why not try in a German sauna if the weather is bad or just for relaxation?
If you go to a sauna , please be prepared for the following: Saunas are taken in the nude. Certain saunas are open to families, which means men, women, children all come together.
Other saunas offer days just for men or just for women. Saunas are very sanitary, towels are a must to sit on. You will find a very relaxed atmosphere and nobody expects that you have a perfect body.
However, I must mention that there are also certain saunas and massage saloons that offer "special services". Normally they advertise in a specific section of newspapers. So be a little bit careful. If you have any doubts just ask in your hotel or at a tourist office before you go. But just seeing the ad should tell you.
Don't miss the opportunity of visiting Tyrol in Austria. It is close by and you easily reached. There are no border guards any longer and the same currency is used.
Go to a tourist office (Fremdenverkehrsamt) and ask them for detailed information and about events. They also have maps available and will help you to find an accommodation.
Reserve one day for a visit to the "Zugspitze" which is the highest mountain in Germany. We recommend that you use the cable car and do not try to walk. Be aware that fast weather changes can cause serious hazards. The "Zugspitze" has a height of 2964 m. (9724 feet)
The "Zugspitze" the highest mountain in Germany - thanks to Christian Nawroth
The "Zugspitze" the highest mountain in Germany
A waterfall close to Farchant - thanks to Rado Bahna, Slovak Republic and Wikipedia
Farchant - many thanks to Rado Bahna and Wikipedia
Greinau - many thanks to Octagon and Wikipedia
Greinau - many thanks to Octagon
Wallgau - many thanks to GraceKell and Wikipedia
We don't want to tell you which town or village you should stay in. It's your choice. Just drive leisurely around and visit them. There is so much to see. Don't miss Oberammergau, Mittenwald, Bad Kohlgrub, Murnau, to mention only a few.
When you walk, please do not produce unnecessary noise as this will scare all the animals away. You can see, deer, rare birds (for the bird watcher), mountain goats, foxes and many others. Please
be aware that many plants are protected, so look but don't touch or pick them as you could be fined. Forests are very important to the German people and forest rangers patrol them frequently to ensure their lasting beauty.
We have borrowed the following map.
Many thanks for this map
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