Chiemsee Alpenland & Chiemgau

Chiemgau is a region in south-eastern Bavaria with a rich history and culture, and with the famous Chiemsee, Germany's third largest lake, it is a popular tourist attraction for vacationers, water sports enthusiasts and outdoor enthusiasts.

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Chiemsee Alpenland

The Chiemsee-Alpenland is located in the south of Germany in the foothills of the Bavarian Alps between Munich and Salzburg. The vacation region is particularly well known for Lake Chiemsee with its islands, the Rosenheim Cops and its unique nature with mountains, lakes, river and moorland landscapes. Active holidaymakers can expect around 2,000 kilometers of cycle paths, 1,500 kilometers of hiking trails and winter sports opportunities for a vacation at any time of year. As a health region with four spas and two thermal baths as well as a sustainable focus with excellent culinary and regional products, the region is ideal for a vacation to relax and enjoy.
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Historical: Chiemsee Chiemgau

The Chiemsee/Chiemgau tourism region is located in the district of Traunstein. The 35 member municipalities include the Chiemsee towns of Seebruck, Chieming, Grabenstätt and Übersee as well as the traditional winter sports resorts of Inzell, Reit im Winkl and Ruhpolding and the "mountaineering village" of Schleching. Two model eco-regions are located in the Achental valley and on Lake Waginger See. The district of Traunstein, located between Munich and Salzburg, is the second largest district in Bavaria with an area of 1,543 square kilometers. Around a fifth of the area is under nature or landscape protection. From a traditional summer resort region, Chiemgau has developed into a contemporary, popular and authentic vacation region with around four million overnight stays per year.
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