Very traditional European town style is next to King Lake. Colorful buildings and not-so-wide streets. At first glance, it is a place with a slow pace of life. It is said that there will be markets and activities on weekends. Normally, there are not many people. Some hotels are here. Many elderly people live in guest houses and walk to Königssee.
The city is not very big, but it is really romantic, there is a sense of security, there is a taste of coming to hometown.
This small city is close to Germany. Winter is relatively cold, but the scenery is very good in spring and summer. It feels like the houses here are like small wooden houses. I don't know if they are firm. It would be fine if you stay here for a few days.
The city of Berchtesgaden is very small, the railway station is the center, and in front of the station is the bus stop to the surrounding attractions. There is a big supermarket on the right hand side of the bridge in front of the small carousel. It is very convenient to buy some tourist supplies. There are many homestays, but most of them are located on the hillside. It would be tiring to go up with luggage. It is recommended to live in a homestay along the railway track, at least on a flat road, and also close to the railway station.
The main reason to go to Berchtesgaden is to visit Königssee, Zugspitze, Eagle's Nest and Ramsau, but when you walk into Berchtesgaden, you are fascinated by this small town. People sit quietly. Chat and enjoy life in the cafe!
Berchtesgaden is a famous salt mining area in Germany. Berchtesgaden National Park is also known as the best national park in Germany.