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To give you inspiration, Relais & Châteaux presents the Routes du Bonheur: suggestions for travel itineraries that you can fully personalise according to your wishes and the experiences you would like to discover. Our consultants are available to help customise your route and assist you in making reservations at our properties. It is up to you to reserve any recommended activities on-site or nearby that might interest you.
*Total price provided for information only, based on accommodation for two people in a double room for the number of nights per property as indicated on this page, exclusive of recommended activities, properties that cannot be reserved online and restaurants.
Hotel and restaurant in the country. Nestled in the Bavarian Forest and owned by the Oswald family, Landromantik Hotel preserves the soul of a traditional guest house. Its location in the heart of a little village is perfect for enjoying the surrounding nature. Wander along hiking trails, take in views of the Bohemian Forest, and fish or canoe down the rivers, while letting the Landromantik take care of the rest. Its wood-panelled rooms offer comfort and tranquillity amid a soft, rustic setting draped in fur and satin. The fine local cuisine and Finnish-style spa promise guests delights and relaxation in all seasons — especially when returning from a beautiful day of cross-country skiing in Arberland. ... Learn moreless
The medieval city of Regensburg has been listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2006 and was an important trading place in the Middle Ages. Situated on the banks of the Danube, it has managed to preserve many remains of past civilisations. Ancient Rome also has a presence in the area with beautiful Romanesque and Gothic buildings. The narrow streets, city walls, stone bridges and stately towers transport visitors to a bygone era…
Its grandeur won’t fail to impress! Seventy kilometers north-east of Munich, this medieval town still has its keep and castle dating from the 13th century. Dominating the meandering Isar River, the castle offers incredible views of the town and surrounding area.
Regarded as the largest food market in Munich, Viktualienmarkt’s 140+ stalls have shared the same space for almost 200 years. Foodies can find great quality produce on offer, but you can also have fun browsing. A unique way of discovering Bavaria from the ground up. An all-important stop in Bavaria’s capital!
Hotel and restaurant in the mountains. Hotel Gut Steinbach is the masterpiece of the Graf von Moltke family, who, through their passion and care, has revived Bavarian art de vivre on an alpine plateau. At this estate in Chiemgau, a region bordering Austria, they have created an authentic haven of hospitality, designed to also be fully sustainable. At 700 m in altitude and set around a natural lake, the modern, charming and comfortable main building and chalets reflect the local architecture while also ensuring that the peace of the surrounding mountains is never disturbed. Across 50 hectares of meadow and forest, deer, pigs, poultry, goats and rabbits are raised to serve the rational needs of the Heimat restaurant, where chef Achim Hack showcases his farm-to-fork cuisine. ... Learn moreless
In Aschau im Chiemgau stands Kampenwand, a Bavarian mountain reaching 1,669 meters in altitude. Beginners and experienced walkers alike are sure to fall under its charm. The cable car ascending to 1,500 meters altitude allows you enjoy the famous low altitude scenic footpath with views of the Alpine foothills and the Chiemsee in the distance.
Regarded as the Bavarian Versailles, this little neo-classical gem built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria at the end of the 19th century is a wonderful place to visit. Located on an island in the Chiem Lake, you can admire the lake waters from the middle of the island, wander around the gardens and discover the interior design. The Hall of Mirrors and the king’s bedchamber are strikingly reminiscent of the Sun King's masterpiece.
Hotel and restaurant in a village. The Tegernsee Valley, at the foot of the Bavarian Alps, is one of the most picturesque landscapes in Germany. Its pubs, cloisters and churches offer a bridge between the past and traditions. This also applies to the Egerner Höfe, in the heart of a 10,000 m2 park with old trees. The architecture is an elegant blend of tradition and modernity and the interior decoration of the rooms and suites is composed of wood, brightly coloured fabrics and contemporary artwork. Its gourmet cuisine marries haute cuisine and traditional Bavarian cooking. Special events can be hosted in the Egerner Alm, inspired by an 18th century chalet, and its former wine cellar. ... Learn moreless
In Tegernsee valley, as you leave Rottach-Egern, is the Naturkäserei TergernseeLand dairy, an outstanding cooperative. Today, it comprises some twenty organic farmers producing cow’s milk. Its specialty hay milk cheeses take their flavor from the pastures used for cattle grazing! Stop off for some tasty cheese – you won't regret it!
Martin Wiesner is one of very few milliners making traditional Bavarian hats. In fact, the profession is so rare that he had to learn his craft in Austria. Today, his straw and felt hats are real works of art, designed and tailored to suit each individual customer.