A bike tour following the trail of the famed Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. This unequaled musical genius is undoubtedly one of the most famous composers of all times. Over 200 years later, Mozart's operas such as Don Giovanni or The Magic Flute still enthrall millions of listeners. As a person, Mozart remains somewhat of a puzzle but many traces of his short but turbulent life can be found - especially in our area. Embark on a bike ride of discovery to the places connected to the life and works of this formidable character dotted throughout the areas of Salzburg, Chiemsee and Berchtesgaden Land.
A new showpiece for Bad Reichenhall. The ultimate enjoyment in a spa facility featuring natural thermal springs, opened its doors at the end of March 2005. The name is derived from St. Rupert, the patron saint of salt, after whom, by tradition, numerous establishments in Bad Reichenhall are named. RupertusTherme sets itself apart from the numerous existing and planned natural mineral hot springs in Bavaria by integrating the healthy tradition of salt in a completely new and trendsetting vitality and activity concept.
Has been family-owned for more than 140 years and is famous for manufacturing high quality sweet treats, most of all the Genuine Reber Mozart-Kugeln. Their cakes (sold by very generous pieces for under 3€ apiece) are out of this world and make even pretty decent Glockenspiel in Salzburg (now part of Demel) to pale in comparison. Candy store is in the same building.
Tavern Style, big leafy patio, more fish and fowl entrees in menu than in typical restaurant serving German food.
wonderful hotel that is located nearby the Lake "Thumsee" which offers a lot to families and outdoor lovers.
Information about tandem-paragliding from TAKE-OFF, Stefan Wiebel, licensed tandem flight pilot.
Very good selection of Italian ice creams and gelatos. Open relatively late at night.
Games daily from 3PM to 2AM and slot machines daily from 2PM to 2AM.
Bad Reichenhall ("Bad" has nothing to do with the equally spelled English term and is a cognate of the word "bath") is a mid sized spa-town of just under 20 000 people that has a spa tradition dating back to the 19h century. It is also a household name throughout the German-speaking world for salt production, and a salt brand is named after the city.