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  • Duration
    Full day
  • Departures
    Daily
  • Inclusions

    • Vehicle
    • Licensed Driver/Guide


    Exclusions

    - Entrance to Salt Mines: € 19 per person
    - Entrance to Eagles Nest : € 15,90 per person


    Bring

    - Printed voucher 
    - Photo / Video Camera
    - ID if child or student


    Please Note
    You will need to bring a valid passport (or ID for EU citizens) for this tour. Prices, times and itineraries are subject to change without prior notice. The Eagles nest is open from the 15th of March untill the 31st of October. Vehicle up to 8 persons.

Private Bavarian Mountains Tour

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Bavarian Mountains Tour


The road leading from Obersalzberg (formerly Hitler's home and southern headquarters) to the Eagle's Nest is considered to be a feat of engineering. Perched at 1.834 meters, the building itself was a project of Martin Bormann's and given to Adolf Hitler for his 50th birthday as a teahouse for diplomats. The Eagle's Nest remained unscathed from the bombing of the Allied Forces during WWII. The "Obersalzberg Documentation Center" located near the car park gives access to part of the underground bunker system. Due to its high elevation the Eagle's Nest is open in summer only, usually from about mid-May through October.

Salt Mine Berchtesgaden
Dressed in miner's clothing, the visitor enjoys rides on a train, a funicular, a raft and down slides! They also learn about mining history and techniques. Don't miss this unique opportunity to experience more than just another tourist attraction: mining and exporting the "white gold" was the focal point of regional economy, technological progress and international politics.

Lake Koningssee
Known the world over for its emerald green water and unique mountain landscape. Continue on to the peninsula of St. Bartholome with the unmistakable red onion domes atop its ancient pilgrimage church. Lying in majesterial aura and aloofness, surrounded by towering rock faces, the emerald Konigssee resembles a fjord set in the Bavarian alps. The Watzmann East Face almost reaches a staggering 1800 meters. Lake Konigssee is a unique experience at any time of the year: in spring, mighty waterfalls thunder down over the steep rocks into the lake.

Mount Jenner
Gazing into the distance a far as the eye can see, a royal experience treat yourself to this unique panoramic view of an enchanting alpine landscape. A 30 minute gondola ride whisks you to the summit at an elevation of 1,874 meters from there you can view over 100 German and Austrian peaks.

Highlights

  • Obersalzberg (formerly Hitler's home and southern headquarters)
  • Eagle's Nest , the building itself was a project of Martin Bormann's and given to Adolf Hitler for his 50th birthday as a teahouse for diplomats.
  • "Obersalzberg Documentation Center " located near the car park gives access to part of the underground bunker system.
  • Salt Mine Berchtesgaden, dressed in miner's clothing, the visitor enjoys rides on a train, a funicular, a raft and down slides! Don't miss this unique opportunity to experience more than just another tourist attraction: mining and exporting the "white gold" was the focal point of regional economy, technological progress and international politics.
  • Lake Koningssee, known the world over for its emerald green water and unique mountain landscape.
  • St. Bartholome with the unmistakable red onion domes atop its ancient pilgrimage church. Lying in majesterial aura and aloofness, surrounded by towering rock faces, the emerald Konigssee resembles a fjord set in the Bavarian alps.
  • Watzmann East Face with almost reaches a staggering 1800 meters.
  • Mount Jenner Gazing into the distance a far as the eye can see, a 30 minute gondola ride whisks you to the summit at an elevation of 1,874 meters from there you can view over 100 German and Austrian peaks.