Vacation Apartment in Garmisch-Partenkirchen - 237 sqft, comfortable, near hiking trails, balcony or…
Single-room apartment for 2 people (ca. 22 sqm), living/sleeping room with two fold-out beds, kitchen, bath/toilet, radio, satellite TV and balcony (roofed, on top floor) or covered patio with yard (on ground floor)., key advantages: comfortable, near hiking trails, balcony or terrace, 1 living/family room, , kitchenette, has a breakfast nook, clean, well furnished, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, bright and inviting, The unit is conveniently located close to the downtown area of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Walking distance into downtown Garmisch-Partenkirchen is only 10 minutes, There is parking in front of the house available for this object,
Single-room apartment for 2 people (ca. 22 sqm), living/sleeping room with two fold-out beds, kitchen, bath/toilet, radio, satellite TV and balcony (roofed, on top floor) or covered patio with yard (on ground floor).
Our prestigious and maintained country-style apartment house is located in a quiet and exclusive residential area of ??Garmisch-Partenkirchen, and has 10 rooms in three different categories:
* Five ground floor with large covered patio and lawn
* Five on the first floor with a large covered balcony
* Our rooms are all equipped with a combined living room / bedroom, bathroom, toilet, kitchen, dining area, satellite TV, clock radio, terrace or balcony.
The Florian Parlor:
* In the basement of our house is Florian parlor. Here you can stay up to 20 people together. There is also a small kitchen with Spülmschine, microwave, and oven. In the parlor
* fridge can provide the guests with chilled beverages.
Our guests are cared for every day of our Florianshof housekeeper Mrs. Sandra Steinhöfer. Mrs. Steinhöfer is also responsible for cleaning the house and the care of the entire system.
Location Munich Airport:
This unit is located conveniently near Munich Airport. From Munich Airport the distance to the unit at Fritz-Müller-Strasse 42 , 82467 Garmisch-Partenkirchen is about 137 km (85.6 miles), approximately a 1 hour, 31 minutes drive by car. In addition, there are good public transportation options available for Garmisch-Partenkirchen, in case you don't want to rent a car. At the top of this page is also a map with the exact location of the object.
Rate Summary: starting prices from USD $55-$67 for 2 persons.
Unit Size: 237 square feet
Additional Features: Central Heating, Television, Satellite TV, Garden, Alarm Clock, Outdoor Dining Area, Sofabed
Garmisch-Partenkirchen is located at the foot of the Zugspitze, Germany's highest mountain (2,962 m) and is one of the most important climatic health resorts in the Bavarian Alps and the winter sports capital of Germany. The city hosted the 1936 Olympics and the 1978 World Championship and offers pristine nature, secluded spots, cultural and culinary highlights, adventure, recreation, wellness and shopping in sophisticated stores.
* From the pension Florianshof you enjoy a magnificent panoramic view of the Zugspitze, theWettersteinmassiv the Loisach Valley and the mountains. All rooms have a view of Zugspitze and Wank and Kreuzeck.
* The Pension is located near the Olympic ski stadium (10 minutes walk away) (15 minutes walk), right on the hiking trails to Partnachklamm, to the mountain and Riessersee.
* It's an ideal starting point for the hiking, walking and mountain trails with views of the valley of Garmisch-Partenkirchen. The venue of the BMW Motorrad Days is accessible from our guesthouse in a nice walk in about 15 minutes.
* The range of sporting activities in summer and winter is diverse. Choose between various spa treatments such as Ayurveda, Thalasso, Naturheubädern and numerous forms of therapy.
Garmisch-Partenkirchen from Dortmund to reach the A 45 to Seligenstadt, A3 to Nuremberg, Munich, A9, A 95 to the end, then follow signs to the CAP. Since the highway to Munich clogged more often, it is wise also different route from the Ruhr Area:
A 45 until the end, then A3 to Biebelried, A7 to Füssen / Reutte and from there, through Austria on the E532 (about 60km, toll-free on this piece) about Ehrwald direction Garmisch.
The track is made in the Ruhrbgebiet to cope in about 7 hours. Take regular rest and please drive carefully!
An relaxing alternative to the right start in one Erholurlaub is to travel by train. From the station you can reach the Florianshof by taxi in just a few minutes.
A paradise for winter sports:
From November to May find beginners and professionals well-developed ski areas in two optimal conditions. The Zugspitze region with its diverse mountain scenery is a paradise for winter sports enthusiasts. With perfectly groomed slopes of hills baby up to the world famous Kandahar and Olympic downhill. With pristine freeride runs, a legendary terrain park, a Superpipe and 150 kilometers of cross country trails around the towns of Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Grainau. 32 lifts bring the Bavarian Zugspitze Railway Mountain Railways guests in the Classic field with Alpspitze reuzeck, mountain and roll as well as directly to the Zugspitze and its glacier.
We recommend purchasing a detailed walking map of the area, such as "Freytag Berndt hiking maps, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Wetterstein, Werdenfelser country," which is available for € 6.80, or Kurwegkarte Steiner system, which you get for under € 5 at the Tourist Information CAP.
* Don't overestimate your strength! Approach your limits slowly. Beginners are especially surprised at how exhausting a steep climb can be.
* Dress appropriately, not too thin nor too thick. A waterproof jacket should always be there! Has proven to be functional underwear, which carried away the sweat from the body. These benefits, however, only slightly when all the clothes are made of layers of underwear.
* Avoid bright colors because they're easy to recognize for all the mosquitoes and horseflies.
* Wear sensible walking shoes!
* Go hiking with several people if possible. If you go alone, notify someone of the area in which you are traveling and when you should return.
* Phones are not full insurance, and in the mountain areas there is often no reception. You still take your phone with a small lamp and a small whistle. In an emergency, put your cell phone reception on a radio direction-finding so you can track.
* Remember that the sun in the mountains can quickly cause a sunburn or sunstroke. Reapply therefore an exposed skin with sunscreen and put a hat on.
* Absolutely stay on the marked trails.
The twin area of Garmisch-Partenkirchen has existed since 01.01.1935. Until then, Garmisch and Partenkirchen were separate markets, with an independent development. Both places look back at a long history.
The first settlement by Illyrian tribes enough BC to about 2000. back some 1500 years later the Illyrians mixed with the invading Celts. In 15 BC the whole region for half a millennium under Roman rule. During this time the Roman travel station Partanum, today Partenkirchen, as a station on the military road between the torch and Augsburg. At the beginning of the 6th Century AD, did the Bavarians in the first valley resident. Garmisch, then called Germareskauue appears when Germanic settlement and seat of the first in documents of Gaugrafen 802nd 1294 the whole county was in the possession of the Bishopric of Freising.
Economic flowering of both places was in the High Middle Ages. Partenkirchen was Hauptrottstätte in trade of the Fugger and Welser and from Italy. Garmisch had his primary activity in the rafting on the Loisach, were transported to the time such important goods such as wood, limestone, chalk and gypsum. This trend was abruptly interrupted by the 30-year war, the impoverished valley.
At the beginning of the 18th Sighed the century under the Spanish population, ten years later under the Austrian Succession War, in 1800 it was the Napoleonic wars, which made things difficult for her.
In 1802 came the counts of Werdenfels to Bavaria. A landmark in the modern history of the places was the year 1889: the rail link to Munich was completed, tourism is a set.
More travel info about Garmisch-Partenkirchen: Garmisch-Partenkirchen is a lovely town in southern Bavaria and a great destination if you’re a hiker or skier, or just want to surround yourself with gorgeous Alpine scenery. Don’t miss the spectacular view from the Zugspitze: at 2,962 meters, it’s Germany’s tallest mountain. The town is served by the A95 Autobahn (motorway), and has railway connections to Munich, Innsbruck, Reutte, and the Zugspitze itself. The views of the majestic peak from the town are especially spectacular, and several accessible hiking trails cover both the lower and higher elevations. In addition to skiing and hiking, you may wish to visit the historic cobblestoned Ludwigstrasse, which invites you to stroll, linger, shop and to have a meal in one of the numerous Bavarian guesthouses and restaurants. Other notable points of interest include the Werdenfels Castle, where accused witches were held, tried, and executed at theturn of the 16th century, the King's House on Schachen, the Partnach Gorge, and Wank Mountain.