Zell am See:
A magnificent and world-wide famed holiday resort of winter sports. It is characterized by constant buzzle, frequent country celebrations, carnival processions, Autumn festivals, cheerful market and small shops – all ensure pleasurable moments to visitors of Zell am See. Castle Rosenberg, built in the 12th century, is among the most famous buildings of the town.
A small town and resort for summer and winter, and the most popular destination among ski-jumpers and mountaineers. The eye-catching Hohenwerfen castle stands majestically on the rocks above the town. We can get to the castle by funicular or on foot to see a demonstration on medieval hunting practices. The chapel of the town was built in the 14th century, while its archway, Brennhof is from the 16th century.
The town is usually referred to as the gate of Tyrol, since it served as a border between Bavaria and Tyrol. Throughout the years, the town kept its medieval characteristics. The St. Veit church of Kufstein was built in a late gothic style on the same ground that gave place to a church in the 9th century. The town hall in the lower city centre also dates back to the medieval era. Castle of Kufstein stands 100 metres high above the town. The castle can be reached on foot or by using a hoist, where visitors can enjoy the sight and can also watch documentaries in multiple languages (including Hungarian) about the most famous (Hungarian) prisoners of the castle.
Jewel of the Austrian culture, surrounded by many Alpine peaks and places. Its architectural, artistic, and musical heritages are of equal importance to its natural resources. Mozart's hometown is a must-see for every visitor passing through. The castle, the dome, the Mirabell-Garten, and the mansion of Hellbrunn are the sources of unforgettable memories.
The small town of Berchtesgaden is one of the true gems of Bavaria, extended with the fearful sight of Hitler’s Eagle Nest.