Year-round tips for excursions with the children
Allgäulino indoor play centre
Located just 7 km from the hotel, the Allgäulino indoor playground in Wertach has over 3,000 m² of space for children to run around and have fun. With climbing mountains and towers waiting to be conquered, plus an almost 10 metre-high dragon castle, it offers everything to get little skiers’ hearts racing. There are even electric cars for young Formula 1 fans. Admission is free with the Bad Hindelang PLUS guest Card!
Wonnemar water park
For ultimate water fun, the Wonnemar water park with its thermal spa area and sauna world, is located in Sonthofen, just 12 km from the hotel. A wide range of first-rate water slides awaits your children. With varying speeds and levels of difficulty, they offer guaranteed thrills for people of all ages! Whether you go for the Kamikaze, Black Hole, Crazy River or the Family Slide, there is no shortage of fun and action. Parents can unwind in the tranquillity zones. Admission is free with your guest card and the Bad Hindelang PLUS package.
The town of Füssen
The town of Füssen is well worth a visit, located in south-west Bavaria on the Romantic Road and Via Claudia Augusta. To the east, it borders the Lech and to the south Austria. A walk through the beautiful old town provides the perfect opportunity for a shopping trip. Füssen is 45 km away and an ideal destination for a day trip combined with a visit to Bavaria’s royal Castles.
The royal castles – a royal experience for your family holiday in Germany! Neuschwanstein Castle
The castle of the ‘Fairy-tale King’ Ludwig II was opened to the public seven weeks after his death in 1186. The reclusive king built the castle to escape from the public eye – this retreat has since become a major attraction. Today, Neuschwanstein is one of the most visited castles in Europe with an idyllic location that is truly unique. Located approx. 50 minutes from the Hotel.
Hohenschwangau Castle, or Burg Schwanstein as it used to be called, was first documented in the 12th century. Up until the 16th century, it was owned by the knights of Schwangau and then changed owner several times during the subsequent period. It was badly damaged during various wars. In 1832, it was purchased by the future King Maximilian II, father of King Ludwig II, and rebuilt in neo-Gothic style in accordance with its original plans. It was used by the Bavarian royal family as a summer and hunting residence. Not only did King Ludwig II spend his childhood here, but he also used it as a summer residence until his death in 1886. Located approx. 50 minutes from the Hotel.