This winding and panoramic journey begins in Lindau (Bodensee) on the shores of Bodensee, and finally Berchtesgaden on the Königssee ( Kingssee ), 450 km long, running through southern Bavaria. Magnificent mountain views. Take the road to appreciate the beauty, whether you are driving, riding or hiking, you can appreciate the ultimate beauty.
The must-see experience of the Alps Road:
Berchtesgaden: Located at the foot of the Alps in southeastern Bavaria, Germany. In 1978, Berchtesgaden established a national park, including the deepest lake in Germany, Kings Lake and the second peak Watzmann Mountain, one of the most beautiful scenic spots in Germany.
Today, Kings Lake has become a business card for the town. It has a crystal-clear emerald green water. The clouds are lingering, the cow bells are crisp, the lakeside forests are flowing, and the cabin roofs are still covered with snow. The green grass and the blue water of the lake are reflected in the warm sunshine, forming a fairyland-like picture stretching in front of the eyes. Known for its beautiful scenery in the Alps, Berchtesgaden is a natural mountain.
The Watzmann Mountain is the second highest peak in Germany with an altitude of 2,713 meters. It stands like a group of towering natural statues standing on the shores of Kings Lake. From which angle to look at, Watzmann Mountain has the majestic momentum of shocking the soul. At the same time, Berchtesgaden has a world-famous landscape, which is Hitler’s hilltop villa ” Eagle’s Nest ” built in Salzburg. Today, it still maintains its original form, attracting endless visitors.
Garmisch-Partenkirchen: a small town on the Austrian border in Bavaria, Germany, at the foot of the Zugspitze, the highest peak in Germany, summer hiking, winter skiing, extreme sports or paragliding . The 1936 Winter Olympics was also held here. The walls of the old houses in the town, decorated with many murals, are the characteristics of this place.
In addition to climbing the Zugspitze in the northern foothills of the Alps, you can experience the paragliding in the Alps.
Driving in Germany
Self-driving is cost-effective There are many self-driving routes in Germany that are world-famous “classic self-driving routes”, such as the Black Forest Road, the Romantic Road, etc. Driving is much more flexible than public transportation, and many characteristic accommodations and attractions, such as villas in vineyards, cabins in the Black Forest, and castles exist on the romantic road, adding a charm to your road trip.
Why Travel Germany?
All in one breath … From the cherry blossom avenue in Bonn to the Kings Lake at the foot of the Alps, from the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Hall to the well-known Zwilling tableware, forest lakes to castle towns, sausage, beer, potatoes, and Dirndl skirt and leather pants in the window, rich European and European style, romantic in every castle and garden, traditional and modern architecture in every city.
Germany is located in the middle of the European continent, at the crossroads of continental Europe. The road network in Germany is very developed, and the infrastructure of self-driving is good. Driving in Germany is very safe, and the process of anti-urbanization makes Germany’s roads outside the city exceptionally good, with fewer people, Germans’ obsession with various rules, and German automobile manufacturing is very developed. A vehicle can be rented at a very affordable price even the big name brands like Mercedes-Benz and BMW are somewhat affordable.
Self-driving is cost-effective
There are many self-driving routes in Germany that are world-famous “classic self-driving routes”, such as the Black Forest Road, the Romantic Road, etc. Driving is much more flexible than public transportation, and many characteristic accommodations and attractions, such as villas in vineyards, cabins in the Black Forest, and castles exist on the romantic road, adding a charm to your road trip.