Bad Reichenhall is one of the most popular health resort in Bavaria: the picturesque old town with its peerless panorama of the Alps make the city to one of the most popular vacation destination. Thanks to the exposed location and the natural medicaments the bavarian Staatsbad Bad Reichenhall has become the "first alpine wellness department". The Wyndham Grand Bad Hotel Reichenhall Axelmannstein is located in middle of the pedestrian area and next to the beautiful spa gardens. Surrounded by the Alps you experience an unique mixture of culture, nature and health in Bad Reichenhall.
Mountains, lakes and lush mountain pasture - a Bavarian paradise for nature lovers
The imposing alp scenery, clear mountain lakes, the compact Bavarian forest and lush meadows shape the landscape of this region in Bavaria. You will note have more sun anywhere else than in this region. The Berchtesgardener Land is an Eldorado for nordic walker, climber, wanderer and mountainbiker. With the Predigtstuhlbahn you can go up in dizzy height in a gondola. You can orbit the awesome plateau on a loop road in circa one hour - panoramic view inclusive.
Places of interest and activities around the Wyndham Grand Bad Reichenhall Axelmannstein Hotel
Pedestrian area Bad Reichenhall
In the heart of the Bavarian health resort you can find a small shopping paradise between Ludwigstraße, Salzburgerstraße and Kurstraße. In 1976 the pedestrian area of Bad Reichenhall was opened and in 2001 newly created. Here you can find the Café Reber who offers not only the famous Mozartkugeln but a lot of sweet delicacies.
Kurgarten with Kurhaus and Gradierwerk
A few years before the Kurmittelhaus der Moderne Max Littmann built in Bad Reichenhall the neobaroque Königliche Kurhaus in 1900. The Kurgarten was constructed in 1868 by landscape gardener Carl Effner. In 1910 the building officer Drollinger installed the Freiluft-Inhalatorium - a Gradierwerk 160m long and 13m high, assembled with 100.000 blackthorn bundles.
Old salt works
Salt is Bad Reichenhall´s livelihood for millenniums. To own sole and salt means to own money and power. The bavarian dukes and kings earned their money this way. The Alte Saline was built by Ludwig I. after it has been destroyed during a fire in 1834. The whole area including the Brunnhaus, the Beamtenstock and the salt museum is a first class industrial monument . To gain salt was not a wizardy but a secret for long time.
The old town house paint with frescos and the new town house built in the sober Inn-Salzach style form the picturesque scenery of the Rathausplatz. You can find th Wittelsbacher Brunnen in the middle of this square. It shows the four bavarian countries and social structure.
Kloster and Münster St. Zeno
The cathedral St. Zeno is from 12th century and the basilica was finished after 80 years. Here you can find a lot of art treasures.
Every year the famous Alpenklassik Tage take place, the city´s social high point. Please contact us for our festival arrangements!
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