Visit the royal Bavarian resort town, famous for its old salt mines (optional € 17 adults, € 9.50 children from 4-15 years) and Adolf Hitler's Eagle's Nest (optional € 16,60 adults, € 9,60 children up to 14 years). Salt mining has a long tradition in Berchtesgaden. The region's added value has its origins in white gold. You get a guided tour in the extensive tunnel system, which leads you through the 500 year old mines and to the original Bad Reichenhaller salt.
The imposing road leads from Obersalzberg (Hitler's retreat) to the Adlerhorst, which is widely regarded as a masterpiece. Located at 1,834m above sea level, it was a project by Martin Bormanns on the occasion of Adolf Hitler's 50th birthday, intended as a tea house. You will need your passport for this excursion. You can either visit the eagle's nest or the salt mines. As a third option, you can visit the typical Bavarian town of Berchtesgaden.
Every Friday from May until September
Registration: online, at the information office or directly at Wildschönau Reisen
The journey is carried out from certain number of minimum participants
Price excluding optional admissions: € 39 for adults, € 21 for children
(Children's prices are valid for 2 - 12 years, are not listed on the confirmation, but are granted directly on the bus)
The bus from Wildschönau Reisen will pick you up!
- Söll Dorf (Whiskey Mühle) at 8:45am
- Scheffau information office at 8:55am
- Ellmau bus stop Dorf/Bauhof at 9:00am
- Going at 09:05am
Return time for all excursions is approximately between 5:30pm and 6pm
Cancellations after 12 noon the day before the event must be charged 100%. Participation in the program is at your own risk. Program is subject to change!