Panorama view over the bavarian mountains, Eagles Nest, Saltmines, King's Lake
After pick up from your hotel in Salzburg we'll drive to the next city in the south - Hallein. There you get an impact of the footsteps of the old celtic people living here 5000 years ago and you can enter the Saltmine Bad Dürrnberg (extra entrance fee). Then we'll drive through s panorama road over the bavarian mountain skyline and end up at the Obersalzburg where you can visit the Kehlsteinhaus or the Documentation center (both extra fee). Afterwards you will visit either the Lake Hinter (a small and silent mountain lake) or the King's lake (one of the worlds famous lakes and visible from the top of Eagles Nest).
There is also the possibility to arrange a boat cruise, but it has to be planned in the morning, and check which itinerary is available on that day. We'll continue to Berchtesgaden - a typical alpine village and a wonderful castle of Ludwig I. Then I will bring you back to your hotel in Salzburg.
Königssee or Ramsau/Hintersee
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: your hotel, or any other agreed place within the city of Salzburg
End location: your hotel, or any other agreed place within the city of Salzburg
Duration: 8 hours
You will be driven with a glass-roof air-conditioned van.
in this tour is included:
- parking fees,
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 EUR - entrance fees, lunch, etc.
- Hitler's eagle's nest: 16€ (adults entrance fee). family tickets available.
- documentation center: 3€
- Saltmines: 18,50€ (adults entrance fee). family tickets available.
- boat ride on the Königssee: 15€ (adults entrance fee).
I am Austria Guide for english, italian and german and I have a panorama glass roof van limousine service.
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We had a great two days with Bernd exploring the spectacular Eagle's Nest and Lake District. He was knowledgeable, humorous, and as flexible as possible in responding to our request to reschedule days due to changes in the weather as well as reorganizing activities to optimize our time based on weather forecasts. He surprised us with special stops and was careful to avoid information overload, giving us some quiet time to enjoy the beautiful scenery and talk among us. Memorable days!