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Thanks to its close proximity to the pedestrian zone, local shops and good public transport connections, the RUNDUM isn’t far “from the action”, despite its hillside location: numerous restaurants and cafés are on our doorstep, everyday service providers, educational institutions, a modern hospital, the Rupertustherme spa and a national park. The centre of the festival city of Salzburg is only a 30-minute drive away. The close proximity to lakes such as Lake Thumsee (6 km), the Königssee (27 km) or Lake Chiemsee (42 km) make the RUNDUM and the town of Bad Reichenhall an all-round destination all year long.

Predigtstuhl cable car

Float all year round in “glass pavilions” up to Bad Reichenhall’s wildly romantic local mountain, the Predigtstuhl.

Alte Saline
(old salt works)

The Alte Saline is a former saltworks in Bad Reichenhall, built according to plans by Joseph Daniel Ohlmüller and Friedrich von Schenk.

RupertusTherme

The RupertusTherme is a saline spa in the “Bavarian State Spa” of Bad Reichenhall in the district of Berchtesgadener Land.

Parish church of St. Nikolaus

The parish church of St. Nikolaus is the Romanesque treasure of the Alpine town of Bad Reichenhall and, like St. Zeno, is dedicated to a saint who is said to offer protection from the dangers of water.

Lake Thumsee

Lake Thumsee lies in a landscape conservation area named after it to the east of the Alpine town of Bad Reichenhall. It is about one kilometre long and about 400 m wide. Its deepest point is 21 m below the water surface. 

Königliches Kurhaus

A unique beauty in architecture and façade design, the Royal Spa House is the calling card of the Alpine and congress town of Bad Reichenhall, the State Spa in the Bavarian Alps.

Café Reber

The family business of Paul Reber GmbH & Co. has been family-owned for over 150 years and is known above all for its high-quality sweet treats, especially its genuine Reber Mozart-Kugeln®.

Königlicher Kurgarten

In our hectic times, many people are looking for a place to find peace and quiet. The Königlicher Kurgarten in the heart of Bad Reichenhall is such a place. A beautiful garden to relax and unwind.

Old Town hall

The Old Town Hall was built in 1849/1850 on the west side of Town Hall Square. The style of the building is based on the design of the Old Salt Works. Its counterpart is found on the south side of the Rathausplatz, in the New Town Hall: built in 1937, the building showcases the Inn-Salzach architectural style.

Herrenchiemsee Castle

The New Herrenchiemsee Castle is located on Herrenchiemsee, the largest island of Lake Chiemsee in southern Bavaria.

Fraueninsel in Lake Chiemsee

The Fraueninsel on Lake Chiemsee is unique and charming with its famous Benedictine convent Frauenwörth.

Mirabell Gardens

The Mirabell Gardens create a unique, baroque atmosphere in Salzburg with its diverse elements.

The Kehlstein House

A historic vantage point high above Berchtesgaden: from the Kehlstein House, visitors inside can enjoy an overwhelming panoramic view of up to 200 kilometres.

Hohensalzburg Fortress

The Hohensalzburg Fortress is the landmark of the city of Salzburg. It is located on a mountain above the city, the Festungsberg, which continues northwest into the Mönchsberg.

Marzoll Castle

Marzoll Castle is located in the Marzoll district of Bad Reichenhall. Its striking square ground plan with four corner towers represented a completely new type of architecture in Bavaria at the time it was built between 1527 and 1536.

Navigation on the Königssee

There is no path. The mighty cliffs of the Berchtesgaden Alps drop almost vertically to the shore of Lake Königssee, which measures 192 m below the surface at its deepest point. If you want to discover the impressive natural scenery around Bavaria’s most famous mountain lake, you have to take the boat – and you’ll hear your voice echo.