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Excursions

 

There are many beautiful and world-famous attractions right around the corner.

 

Since November 2014, our region has even more to offer: Reutte is home to the world's longest pedestrian suspension bridge. With the bridge length of 403 m, it surpasses the last record holder. It combines both areas of the Ehrenberg ruins with Fort Claudia.

 

Some tips for excursions in the area:

 

 

 

The state capital of Innsbruck With its many attractions, Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol, is well worth a visit. 2000 years ago, legionaries of the Roman outpost camped on Via Claudia Augusta, one of the great European north-south routes of the Roman Empire. In the 12th century, the banks of the River Inn were connected by a bridge (Brücke in German), which gave Innsbruck its name. If you stroll leisurely through the pedestrian zone of the 800-year-old quarter under the gables and arcades, you will feel like you have been transported back to the times when Emperor Maximilian I cheered the knights from his residence in the town square. Some renowned points of interested can be accredited to him:

 

  • the Golden Roof, which currently houses a memorial room for the Tyrolean sovereigns

  • Ambras Castle

  • the world-famous Hof- or Schwarzmanderkirche, where 28 larger-than-life bronze figures guard the tomb of Emperor Maximilian I

  • the Hofburg Imperial Palace, which was built in the late 15th century and contains many art treasures from the Imperial period

82 km from Lermoos

 

 

 

The Zugspitze: At a height of 2962 m, the Zugspitze is not only the highest mountain in Germany but also the highest mountain in the Tyrolean Zugspitze Arena. With the Tyrolean Zugspitze cable car, the summit can be reached in just 10 minutes. On clear days, you have a view of four countries. On a clear day, you can see the Grossglockner, the Piz Bernina, and the television tower in Munich from the spacious terrace. The breath-taking panorama of the Zugspitze is simply one of a kind.

On top of the Zugspitze, you will find the "Fascination Zugspitze" museum, where you can learn a great deal about the history of the mountain. From Lermoos: 4 km

 

The Neuschwanstein royal castle: Upon viewing of the picturesque scenery around Füssen, close to the Tyrolean Zugspitze Arena, King Ludwig II was likely to have said, "My castle shall be built here". And as we know, the king's wish is command. Between 1869 and 1886, under King Ludwig II of Bavaria, a medieval castle was built in the middle of a dreamy mountain forest. No fairy-tale description would be able to do it justice. A visit to Neuschwanstein Castle is a must during a vacation in our region. From Lermoos: 40 km

 

The Hohenschwangau Castle, which lies in the immediate vicinity of the Neuschwanstein Castle, is historically the most interesting of Ludwig's castles. When he was 18, Crown Prince Maximilian of Bavaria discovered the scenic castle ruins, which had been names Schwanstein. He spontaneously decided to buy and rebuild them. Between 1833 and 1837, he had the remains of the medieval castle restored to a romantic residential palace. King Ludwig II spent the happiest days of his childhood here. 40 km from Lermoos

 

Linderhof and Oberammergau Castle: the Linderhof castle and park are also a must. The castle was inspired by the French Sun King, Louis XIV. Behind the castle, idyllic routes lead through a spacious park with a Moorish kiosk, a grotto on a small lake, and waterfalls at the Fountain of Neptune. Linderhof is the only castle that King Ludwig II had completed and occupied. This attraction can be combined with a visit to Oberammergau, which is renowned for its Passion Play as well as its wall paintings and wood carvings. 45 km from Lermoos

 

Stams Abbey: Southeast of Mötz, you can find the famous Cistercian Abbey of Stams, which was founded in 1273 by the Tyrolean sovereigns Meinhard II and his wife Elisabeth of Bavaria as a memorial of her 16-year-old son Condarin, who was beheaded in Naples, and as a burial place for the families of Tyrolean sovereigns. The Cistercian monks originating from Swabian Kaisheim initially moved into a small building. However, because Meinhard transferred the entire village including property outside of Stams the Cistercians, the monastery was enlarged within a short time. It was further developed during the 17th and 18th centuries. 42 km from Lermoos

 

Ettal Monestary: The monastery can look back over nearly 700 years of history. Established in 1330 by the excommunicated Emperor Ludwig of Bavaria, it had its heyday in the 17th and 18th centuries because of the pilgrimage to "Our dear founder of Ettal" and the famous Ettal Knight's Academy. After a fire in 1744, the monastery was constructed in a contemporary Baroque style. In 1803, secularisation not only interrupted the completion of the plant but also monastic life for nearly 100 years. Thanks to the initiative of Baron von Cramer-Klett, the monks of the Sceyern Abbey were able to recolonize the monastery in 1900. 36 km from Lermoos

 

Glentleiten open-air museum: The Glentleiten open-air museum is the largest open-air museum of southern Bavaria. It provides comprehensive insight into the rural life of the people of Upper Bavaria, their architecture, and their work. More than 60 original buildings, including their furnishings, have been rebuilt in a well maintained historical landscape. The reconstruction has been carried out as faithfully as possible in order to carefully restore or reconstruct damaged or missing items. On the vast, varied terrain, there are gardens, forests, and pastures with old breeds of animals. 52 km from Lermoos

 

Garmisch-Partenkirchen the Bavarian Olympic city, known for the New Year's event in the Four Hills Tournament, invites you to stroll its pedestrian streets lined with cafés, restaurants, terraces, and lovely shops. In addition to the many beautiful wall paintings in Garmisch, there is also the historic Ludwig Street in Partenkirchen. Also worth seeing are the Olympic ski stadium with the new ski jump, the new AlpspiX viewing platform on the Alpine peaks, the Werdenfels castle ruins, and Königshaus am Schachen. From Lermoos: 24 km

 

Swarowski World of Crystal: In 1895, Swarovski was founded by Daniel Swarovski in Wattens, Tyrol and is currently the world's leading producer of precision-cut crystal. For the 100th anniversary of the company, multimedia artist André Heller designed 14 subterranean Chambers of Wonder, which are dedicated to the various artistic interpretations of crystal. The result is a universe of discoveries. This place cannot be viewed twice in the same way. Above ground, around the head of the giant, there is a large park area full of surprises. From Lermoos: 97 km

 

Schwaz Silver Mine: The "mother of all mines" promises you an exciting journey into the history of Europe. The largest medieval silver mine is "the" place of interest in Tyrol and is open daily to the public. After an 800-metre-ride with the mine train, an extraordinary underground experience awaits. Follow the footsteps of the miners who mined silver and copper over 500 years ago, and let us take you to a time when the Earth was still flat. You will learn interesting details about the development of Europe as well as startling statistics about the lifestyle of that time. 107 km from Lermoos

 

Munich, the capital of the Free State of Bavaria, is the third largest city in Germany and a world metropolis. Marienplatz is the centre of Munich and is surrounded by the new and the old town hall in the centre of the old town. A few steps away is the St. Peter's Church, the oldest church. The first construction dates back to the Romanesque period. Today there is a Gothic building with a Baroque interior. The city has many great attractions including the: 

 

  • Frauenkirche

  • Nymphenburg Palace

  • German Museum

  • Hofbräuhaus

  • English Garden

  • Residence

  • Pinakotheken

  • Olympic Park

  • Karlsplatz Stachus

  • Allianz Arena

  • Odeonsplatz

  • Botanical Gardens

  • Viktualienmarkt

  • Hellabrunn Zoo

     

Once a year, in the last week of September and the first week of October, the city goes wild during Oktoberfest – the largest beer festival in the world. By the way: with the Werdenfelser ticket, you can travel comfortably and inexpensively from Lermoos to Munich. 111 km from Lermoos

 

 

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