Bad Rei­chen­hall

By strolling through the lovely spa town Bad Reichenhall, visitors can discover a lot of attractions worth seeing. The flair of Jugendstil and the cultivated parks of Bad Reichenhall help to constitute an ambiance of wellness. In the “Garten der Heilung”, you find the pump room with the Alpine brine drinking fountain and Europe´s biggest open-air Alpine brine inhalatorium, the “Gradierhaus”.

The world´s only royal saline is located in Bad Reichenhall. It had been built by King Ludwig I. of Bavaria in the year 1832 and can be classified as an architectural landmark in Neo-Romantic style.

Furthermore, the “Old Town Hall“ of 1849 with beautiful frescos and the “New Town Hall” a mundane architectural piece in Bavarian Inn-Salzach style as well as the Minster St. Zeno, a three-aisled basilica built in the 12th century, are worth seeing.

The re-designed pedestrian zone of Bad Reichenhall is inviting its guests with treading-water basins, 55 fountains, numerous restaurants and cafés to stroll around. A special highlight which every visitor should include in his plans is a visit of the Café Reber to enjoy some of the famous “Mozartkugeln”, a traditional chocolate delicacy.

If you would like to have more information about Bad Reichenhall and its places of interest, don´t hesitate to ask our reception desk staff.