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Ideas for excursion destinations

In Bavaria and Tyrol

Whether with the family, the grandma or the dog - around the Kaiserwinkl there is much to experience. You do not even need a car ...

Wildpark Wildbichl

Wildlife park Wildbichl

An unforgettable experience for young and old!

The Wildbichl Wildlife park in natural surroundings offers insights into the predominantly indigenous fauna. You’ll see deer, ibex and boars, among others, close up. Take a stroll past lynx, feral cats, chamois and mountain goats or rare raven and owls. Enjoy the blaze of colours of the peacocks and pheasants or the chirping of indigenous forest birds. A winter walking tour through the wildlife park is particularly enticing. At the end of the circuit is a children’s playground with a play-backhoe and a children’s autobahn.

A tourist attraction all year round! Closed on Tuesdays in winter!

10% discount with your Kaiserwinkl Card.

> Website Wildlife Park Wildbichl

Fohlenhof Ebbs

Foal farm Ebbs

10 minutes away from Walchsee or 15 minutes from Kössen lies the largest stud farm in Austria. With its 180 mares, stallions and colts and its first-class pure breeding, Ebbs foal farm has gained worldwide repute.

Over the last few years, the stud farm has developed into a veritable “Haflinger-discovery zone”, in which the first-class visiting programme includes not only exploring the museum, but also seeing all the World and European champion mares and stallions of the last 10 years, the most beautiful Haflingers in the world, that is.

The walkthroughs take place daily from 9:00 to 17:00. Guided tours are available any time subject to booking.

> Website Foal Farm Ebbs

Hexenwasser Söll

The Hexenwaser (witches' water) Hochsöll

App. 45 min. drive from Kössen or Walchsee

Marvel, figure out and understand – at more than 30 stations on the element of water. Here you can try your hands at nearly forgotten traditions and handicrafts. Grinding grains, baking bread, making cheese, spinning honey, rolling wax, distilling schnapps.

Stations: Witches’ – Water, Witches’ – Stream, Witches’ – Forest, Salve Chapel, Barefoot trail

Open from mid may to mid october

> Website Hexenwasser (witches' water) Hochsöll

Freizeitpark Ruhpolding

Family amusement park Ruhpolding

App. 45 min. drive from Kaiserwinkl

Fairytale family fun. Delve into the magic mountain forest, let yourself be enchanted by the scenes of the world of fairytales and mythology. They'’ll delight the whole family, from the youngest ones to the grandparents.
Features: Crystal mine (a world below ground), Crystal water (to each child its own crystal), “Wishing table” theme restaurant with indoor play area

Open daily from Easter to beginning of November.

> Website family amusement park Ruhpolding

Märchen-Erlebnispark Marquartstein

Fairytale –Theme Park Marquartstein

Marvel - –Discover -– Experience. Your friends Max the Rabbit, Eddie the Dwarf and Poldi the Deer wish you lots of enjoyment with the fun and games.

Open daily from Easter to beginning of November.

5% discount with your Kaiserwinkl Card.

> Website Fairytale Theme Park Marquartstein

Schloss Tratzberg in Jenbach

Castle Tratzberg in Jenbach

> Website Castle Tratzberg in Jenbach

Excursion ideas - also without car

Visit Kufstein with its medieval old town and shopping. Just get on and take the VVT ​​bus 4030 to Kufstein (payment from "Sebi" stop). Tip: You can get a discount with the Kaiserwinkl Card on the entrance to the Fortress and Tyrolean Glashütte Riedelglas.

Visit Kitzbühel, the fashionable and well-known sports resort. In about 30 minutes by car from Kössen or By Regiobus 4000 via St. Johann several times a day.

Visit the Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Wattens: With the "Einfach-Raus-Ticket" of the Austrian Railways, you have a train and entrance ticket.

Day trip to Munich: take the VVT ​​bus to Kufstein (extra charge from "Sebi" stop) and then with the Bayernticket and the Meridian train to Munich (from 26 Euros for up to 5 persons, including local transport within Munich). Alternatively, travel to Munich by excursion bus with Knoll-Reisen from Unterwössen or Reit im Winkl.

Day trip to Salzburg: with the Regiobus (thanks to the Kaiserwinkl Card free of charge) to Reit im Winkl and the Oberbayernbus line 9535 "Mozart-Express" daily in the summer months in two hours to Salzburg - scenic trip over Ruhpolding, Inzell, Bad Reichenhall and no search for parking in Salzburg! You are in Salzburg at 11 am and return at 4 pm.

Day trip to Innsbruck: with the VVT ​​Regiobus to Kufstein (extra charge from the stop "Sebi") and then by train in about an hour to Innsbruck. A good offer for small groups and families is the "Einfach-raus" ticket, also bike transport possible.

Visit the Chiemsee: with the Regiobus (thanks to Kaiserwinkl Card for free) to Reit im Winkl. Before you can take the Oberbayernbus line 9505 to Prien am Chiemsee in less than an hour. A nostalgic train takes you to the boat dock. By boat to the popular Schloss Herrenchiemsee and the Fraueninsel.

Book a sightseeing trip by coach: with the bus tour organizers Astl Reisen (Oberaudorf), Knoll-Reisen or Haberhauer-Touristik in Reit im Winkl to the Chiemsee and Königsse

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