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Mittenwald town must be one of the most beutiful place on Earth! Friendly peple, lots of smal shops, restaurants and bierstubes. The building is decoratet, and a smal stream of water runs through the city. Run and visit!
We visited this place when going to Garmisch Partenkirchen. It's a very friendly and beautiful village. Many places to take beautiful pictures. Lovely shops and much to see. Many places to drink, eat or have an ice cream. After this we visited Garmisch Partenkirchen, but...More
We drove from Munich to visit some small towns and stumbled upon Mittenwald. Incredibly beautiful. The Alps are breathtaking and the town is so charming. The people were warm and friendly. The main area of the town has some nice shops and there are places...More
On holiday in nearby Weidach further up the valley.
Spent a few hours in this charming town.
So much character, wonderful buildings with painted frontages.
Relax and enjoy the peaceful streets.
Plenty of places to eat and drink
Prefer it to Seefeld.
Mittenwald is a wonderful little city. The town itself is immaculate and the buildings retain much of their 18th/19th century style and charm. The area receives plenty of visitors but is not overrun like Hohenschwangau (Neuschwanstein Castle).
The actual Altstadt is beautiful! On the south...More
This was such a lovely town to spend a couple of hours wandering the streets of a classic Austrian town to take in the architecture (particularly the large church) and style of life from the good old days. There were plenty of shops offering that...More
Response from rosina486 | Reviewed this property |
Hi - The hours do vary and in Germany shops are closed on Sundays all day. There are open places to eat etc but in general shops are shut obviously you may find the odd one open for a short time. Bavaria is still a Church... More
Hi - The hours do vary and in Germany shops are closed on Sundays all day. There are open places to eat etc but in general shops are shut obviously you may find the odd one open for a short time. Bavaria is still a Church going Nation with a Sabbath Day rest. Hope this helps.
The station is, as the other contributor says, not very far at all from the old town and it is a level walk with no hills. The Karwendel cable car may also be reached from the station, it is in the opposite direction to the... More
The station is, as the other contributor says, not very far at all from the old town and it is a level walk with no hills. The Karwendel cable car may also be reached from the station, it is in the opposite direction to the old town from the station, about 10 -15 minutes signposted stroll, and the ride up is about 5-10 minutes. It is very beautiful up there and well worth a visit. There is a restaurant up there.