The quaint village of Pfronten epitomises the essence of rich Bavarian culture. Age old traditions are nurtured by the lively locals, the combination of which creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere representative of German hospitality. Breath-taking natural surroundings compliment the quaint architecture of the town, both of which can be explored during serene strolls. A vibrant cultural scene incorporates ancient customs while some of Germany’s most legendary landmarks reside nearby. A serene sojourn in this idyllic village is guaranteed to rest and restore weary travellers.
Verdant visions of colourful flowers and bounteous borders await those undertaking serene strolls around the Kurpark. Within, tranquillity reigns resplendent and manicured gardens compliment quaint bridges and stunning sculptures.
Within the park also resides a significant symbol of the town’s rich history; the Hammer Mill is an industrial structure that links to the towns rich history of forging. The recently renovated structure dates back to the 17th century and is steeped in local legend, more of which can be discovered from the museum within.
Housed upon the dramatic hilltop home to Falkenstein Castle, the Castle Museum is both an arresting vision and a cultural treasure chest. If you can bear to avert your eyes from the expansive windows that boasts panoramic views, intriguing exhibitions document to town’s turbulent and intriguing history. Transport yourself back to bygone days in order to discover the magic and mystery of the past.
The contemporary flair and inviting atmosphere of the Schlossangeralp has earned it national repute in Germany. Daring and decadent dishes are inspired by the region’s rich culinary heritage and yet enjoy modern influence. Tasting menus exhibit the restaurants highlights and an extensive wine list is sure to provide a perfect accompaniment to your delightful dinner. (Am Schlossanger 1, 87459 Pfronten, Bavaria, Germany)