Day trips around Ehrwald

Ehrwald: Starting point for unforgettable day trips in the surrounding area.

Surrounded by breathtaking mountain scenery and just a stone's throw from some of Europe's most fascinating places, Ehrwald offers an unbeatable combination of nature and culture. From historic old towns to fairytale castles, from vibrant city life to the relaxed atmosphere of Lake Constance, Ehrwald allows you to experience all these facets in just one day trip.


 Day trips from Ehrwald are not only an opportunity to explore the world, but also to return to the peace and beauty of the Alps. A day full of adventure followed by a night in our comfortable holiday home - that is the magic of Ehrwald. We invite you to share this unique experience with us and discover the countless treasures that lie on our doorstep. Get ready for unforgettable day trips from Ehrwald.

1. Innsbruck, the heart of Tyrol:

Experience Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol, where historic charm meets modern vibrancy. Visit the Golden Roof, a landmark of the city, and stroll through the picturesque old town. Innsbruck is about 1 hour 10 minutes by car from Ehrwald.


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2. Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavarian beauty:

Discover charming Garmisch-Partenkirchen, surrounded by majestic Alpine peaks. The charming old town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen invites you to stroll and discover. Traditional Bavarian architecture, cosy cafés and local shops offer a warm atmosphere. Don't forget to try the Bavarian cuisine and enjoy a real "Weißwurst" breakfast.


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3. Füssen, in royal neighbourhood:

A day trip to Füssen is like a journey into a fairytale wonderland. This charming town in the Bavarian Allgäu is famous for its breathtaking architecture and its proximity to one of the world's most famous castles. The old town of Füssen is also a gem, with its historic buildings and cosy alleyways. Here you can relax in quaint cafés, sample local delicacies and browse in the small shops. 


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4. Munich, vibrant and culturally rich:

Visit the Bavarian capital Munich, where tradition meets modernity. Start your day on Marienplatz, the heart of the city. Here you can admire the impressive New Town Hall and listen to the Glockenspiel, which attracts hundreds of visitors every day. Munich is also known for its first-class museums. The Kunstmuseum, the Pinakotheken and the Deutsches Museum are just a few examples that present art, history and science at the highest level.


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5. Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance:

Situated on the shores of beautiful Lake Constance, Friedrichshafen is a place of relaxation and innovation. An absolute highlight is the Zeppelin Museum, which presents the history of airship travel in a fascinating way. Here you can learn more about the pioneers of aviation and the development of zeppelins. If you want to sample local delicacies, you should visit one of the traditional restaurants and try fresh fish dishes from Lake Constance.


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