Favourite Places in and around Tyrol – Part II

Part II of one of my favourite blog post series: my personal most loved places in and around Tyrol. I have already written one post about it (click here to check it out) and with this post, I wanna share with you four places, you can all visit in one day. All the places are around Garmisch, a small town in Germany, close to the border to Tyrol. If you want to check out the first part of this series, click here.

Eibsee
I cannot believe, how beautiful this lake is. I have seen so many pictures, but the green-blue water is even more beautiful in real life. There were quite a few tourists and photographers, so I can recommend you, to be there early in the morning.

Schloss Neuschwanstein
When you are at Eibsee it is only 20 minutes by car to one of the most famous castles in the world. It is said that the disney castle is inspired by it. Although, it is absolutely amazing, there are way too many tourists! When you go there, make sure, to be there early in the morning and go there in spring or autumn and not in summer, when even more people travel there. When you go for a 15 minute walk to the Marienbrücke, you can get a wonderful view over the castle

Highline 179
This is one of the longest highlines in Austria and omg, I was so scared walking over it. You pay 8€ and have as much time as you want, take pictures, enjoy the nature around and the castle Ehrenberg is just next to the highline. I was there last summer and had an awesome time there. And another famous instagram spot is just a few minutes away:

Plansee
This lake is so close to Highline 179, you just have to see both in one go! The lake is really beautiful and the small shack is one of the most famous once on Instagram. I have been there twice in my life, and next time I wanna be there around dawn to catch an epic sunrise there.

I hope you liked today´s blog post and it inspired some of you to go on adventures around there home town. For me it is a great way to get the feeling of freedom and “high on life” when I cannot travel because of my studies. If you want more posts about how to feel more adventurous when you cannot travel for a few months/weeks, feel free to let me know in the comments.
Lots of Love & Light,
your Wonderlustgiirl

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