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Absolutely stunning. Only way to describe Mittenwald really.
Lots of small shops and places to go and get a coffee to warm up as it was very cold when we were there.
We got the train from Seefeld in Austria, it took about 20 minutes...More
We stayed here for two weeks on the outskirts. The town is laidback and was a pleasure in the beautiful surroundings. There is plenty of choice with cafes and restaurants and some well stocked supermarkets for self catering which we did for the most part....More
Mittenwald - a picturesque town and you do not stop clicking the camera, how many beautiful colorful painted Bavarian houses!! Small but very cozy with many restaurants and cafes. Surprisingly good shopping!!!! Very friendly people who can only be in the province Yes, there are...More
My wife and I were in Germany for Oktoberfest and wanted to get away for a couple of days. This little town was perfect. It is a great base for hiking into the mountains. It has many restaurants. It is a bit touristy but served...More
Mittenwald town must be one of the most beutiful place on Earth! Friendly peple, lots of smal shops, restaurants and bierstubes. The building is decoratet, and a smal stream of water runs through the city. Run and visit!
We visited this place when going to Garmisch Partenkirchen. It's a very friendly and beautiful village. Many places to take beautiful pictures. Lovely shops and much to see. Many places to drink, eat or have an ice cream. After this we visited Garmisch Partenkirchen, but...More
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Hi - The hours do vary and in Germany shops are closed on Sundays all day. There are open places to eat etc but in general shops are shut obviously you may find the odd one open for a short time. Bavaria is still a Church... More
Hi - The hours do vary and in Germany shops are closed on Sundays all day. There are open places to eat etc but in general shops are shut obviously you may find the odd one open for a short time. Bavaria is still a Church going Nation with a Sabbath Day rest. Hope this helps.
The station is, as the other contributor says, not very far at all from the old town and it is a level walk with no hills. The Karwendel cable car may also be reached from the station, it is in the opposite direction to the... More
The station is, as the other contributor says, not very far at all from the old town and it is a level walk with no hills. The Karwendel cable car may also be reached from the station, it is in the opposite direction to the old town from the station, about 10 -15 minutes signposted stroll, and the ride up is about 5-10 minutes. It is very beautiful up there and well worth a visit. There is a restaurant up there.