From Salzburg: Private Half-Day Tour of Berchtesgaden

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Explore and Take a part of most romantic Village through the beauty of the Bavarian Alps to Berchtesgaden and Königssee

Highlights

  • Old Town Walking Tour: Explore the charming town of Berchtesgaden
  • King's Lake Ferry Boat (Königssee):
  • Enjoy at the bewitching landscape of the Bavarian Alps

Description

Old town Berchtesgaden was formed around the Collegiate Church of St Peter and St Paul were built in 1102, which is 54 years before they even started mining salt here. The church was later expanded into a royal palace which grew to have 214 rooms! The quaint village saw a building boom in Old Town start in the 1500s starting with a remodeled Market Square (Marktplatz). Market Square became the center of commerce and social life in Berchtesgaden and many of the colorful buildings still survive today. Every Friday from 8am-Noon there is a large local farmers market set up in the square because you can’t be called Market square without a market! A day trip to Berchtesgaden and Königssee offers the opportunity to explore the natural beauty of the Bavarian Alps. From Salzburg. he area is known for its stunning landscapes, including Germany's third deepest lake, surrounded by towering mountains . Additionally, the region offers activities such as hiking and sightseeing, with the option to visit the Tourist Information in Königssee for further guidance. King's Lake Ferry Boat (Königssee): A boat trip on Germany's third deepest lake, surrounded by towering mountains and offering a chance to visit the picturesque chapel of St. Bartholomä. Old Town Walking Tour: Explore the charming town of Berchtesgaden, with its narrow, winding streets lined with pastel houses in the alpine style

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he picturesquely beautiful Königssee with its emerald green water, embedded like a fjord in the surrounding mountain landscape, is one of the most popular sights in Germany. But many tourists who visit the idyllic alpine lake from all over the world know this as well. But they still exist, the hidden, rather unknown corners of the Königssee. And in this article I will tell you some of them and show you which Königssee sights you must not miss during a visit. Lake Königssee is located in the very southeast of Germany in the Berchtesgadener Land National Park near Schönau. It is one of the most beautiful lakes in Germany. Since only electric boats are allowed to sail here, it is also one of the cleanest. The water has drinking water quality. From Schönau to the north shore of the lake, from where the boats also leave for the south side, it is about 1 km.

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