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This picturesque town owes its charms to its “white gold” salt mines, which were once the source of Salzburg’s wealth. 
Eagles Nest was the name given to Hitler’s ‘teahouse’ by the American soldiers who occupied Bavaria in 1945. 
With platitudes such as “The most beautiful place in Germany” frequently used to describe this municipality nestling between the Berchtesgader Alps, it has much to live up to. 
Before becoming a royal spa town, this alpine escape was known for its salt production for thousands of years.  
This lavish complex of royal buildings located on an island in Chiemsee, Bavaria’s largest lake, is home to Ludwig II’s Versailles-inspired palace. 
When approaching the Alpine town of Kufstein in Austria, there is one landmark that can be seen for miles around and is impossible to miss – The Kufstein Fortress. 
You're booking a one way private car trip from Salzburg to Munich with a local driver. Make it unforgettable with our
This trip takes 1 hour and 36 minutes and costs 261 in total for 2 passengers.