Ferienhotel Neuhausl

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Wildmoos 45, Berchtesgaden, Bavaria, 83471, Germany
Ferienhotel Neuhausl
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Costs 146% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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Christmas Eve and Christmas dinners in Berchtesgaden

by thova

We will be spending Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in Berchtesgaden Germany. Does anyone have advice on a festive place to enjoy Christmas dinner either night. We will be traveling with small children as well, so we would like to be festive and special.

Re: Christmas Eve and Christmas dinners in Berchtesgaden

by Turtleshell

Quite honestly, I do *not* have advice on a festive place in Berchtesgarden, but I do have an idea, what you and your family could do.

Take the bus or rent a car and go to Schoenau at Koenigssee (roughly 3 miles). Do a cruise and then have dinner at Echostueberl (http://www.echostueberl.de, I recommend having trout). The restaurant is - I have to admit - not exactly festive. But if you can still reservate a table, you'll have a beautiful view over the lake.

Please note, I do not know whether or not the restaurant will be open, nor if buses will run or a boats tour will be available on Christmas Eve/Day.

Re: Christmas Eve and Christmas dinners in Berchtesgaden

by christine.j

Contact the tourist information in Berchtesgaden and do it now!
Many restaurants are closed for Christmas Eve, several also for Christmas Day.Those which are open have to be reserved in advance.

Travel Tips for Berchtesgaden


by globetrott

Berchtesgaden is a wonderful place for a vacation and I hope to be there again in 2007. For the Olympic Games in 2014 Berchtesgaden is applying togeather with the City of Salzburg, that is just in a short distance from there - the bus takes about 1 hour and by car it is best to drive in direction of Hallein and take the small road at Anif.
Another possibility is driving to Bad Reichenhall and from there to berchtesgaden ! I will add some links here for my future travels, they might also be helpful for you :
the nationalpark of Berchtesgaden
Tourism in Berchtesgaden
Wetter in Berchtesgaden
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Ramsau - the church

by iandsmith

The Ramsau parish church with the Reiteralpe mountains in the background is a much photographed scene and I confess I found its attraction quite magnetic as you can clearly see in pics 1,2 & 5.
Josef Mohr, the man who penned the lyrics to Silent Night, preached here. Walking up the hill to get a better shot of the church I received a surprise when I came across this ordered cemetery (1 & 5) whose recently lit candles and well tended graves with flowers, many of them live, came as a surprise.


by Skanska

Consider going skiing if you get the chance. I guess Austria and Switzerland is a more alluring destination for this, but it's definitely possible in Berchtesgaden and well worth the trouble. Although the snow has been scarce this season they are doing all they can to get the slopes operational. By the way, the lack of snow is the same all over the Alps.

Nonntal - the oldest street of Berchtesgaden

by globetrott

Nonntal (valley of the nuns) is the name of the oldest street in Berchtesgaden and when you have some time left you should take a walk there in order to see some of the typical buildings with great architecture. There is also a large carpark there, from where you may start to explore the city of Berchtesgaden easily and while walking towards the Schloss you will always see the Watzmann (the scenic mountain-group with the 2 peaks) in the distance. Many ledgends are told about Watzmann, there is even a musical about it "Der Watzmann ruft" (Watzmann is calling)

The eagle's nest

by Manara

The place is on top of a mountain and the view from there is really wonderful.
It is also interesting because of its history. It was built by Martin Bormann as a present from the Nazist Party to Adolf Hitler. However, Hitler did not go there often and preferred to stay at the Berghof, a more grandiose mansion down in the valley.
The locals hated both places (in addition to many other good reasons to hate Hitler, the construction of both houses meant that land was confiscated, stables were demolished because they spoilt the view etc) so at the end of the war the Berghof was destroyed, however, the Eagle's Nest was kept, as well as the narrow road and the elevator that were built to reach it.
There is a restaurant there now, and it gives me some pleasure to think that many of those who now enjoy themselves there are the very people that the former owner of the place wanted to destroy.


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