What's on in Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Garmisch-Partenkirchen Christmas Markets
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102km from the city centre; transfer time about 2hrs
50km from the city centre; transfer time about 1hr 30min by car.
Garmisch houses various antique shops and is also populated by modern galleries which exhibit modern arts. Also traditional shops where craftmen sell their handmade products such as jewellery, shoes and clothing are worth a visit.
Just up the road a short way towards Ehrwald is the small town of Grainau where you can find the Zugspitze Cafe. This is a wonderful family owned restaurant with the best Bavarian food around.
A restaurant/pub specialising in typical hearty Bavarian food. Traditional but not too touristy and serving good beer and schnapps to help the digestion.
The restaurant Frauendorfer offers traditional Bavarian food like Schweinshaxe and Knödl. There is also a floor show from two Bavarian children folk dancing in Lederhosen.
Explore the historic town centre with its narrow pretty streets
Enjoy the Aprés Ski in Garmisch which is favourite by many visitors from all over the world or visit the Olympic Ski Jump at the Olympic Stadium.
Accused witches were held, tried and executed at the turn of the 16th century. The castle became an object of superstitious horror and was abandoned in the 17th century.
The river Partnach flows through a narrow, mile-long gap between high limestone cliffs
The Irish Bar in the city is extremely popular and has an animated atmosphere with a varied clientele.
Garmisch has a casino, offering blackjack tables, slot machines and is for the more upscale crowd.