Travel Guide

The journey is the reward…

The choice of the destination is the first step towards unforgettable holidays. Perusing the internet, having a look at attractions, preparing for the weather and the culture is fun! And finally the day of your arrival has come…

We would love it if your travel to Hotel Juffing becomes a pleasant part of your holiday experience. Depending on the weather, there might be interesting things to discover on your way home. Why not have a look at our recommendations. Regardless of whether you are travelling via Innsbruck or Munich: the Hinterthiersee region is certainly worth a journey!?

Hand-blown glass craft at Riedel Wine Glass Factory, Kufstein

Have you heard of the “Pearl of Tyrol”? Let the medieval fortress with the “Heroes’ Organ”, the largest outdoor organ in the world, take your breath away. Enjoy a stroll on the promenade by the River Inn. An absolute holiday highlight: the “Sinnfonie – an Adventure for the Senses” at the tourist glassworks at the Riedel Wine Glass Factory. Purchase precious hand-blown glasses for amazing prices at the shop. Finish your day with a leisurely stroll along the banks of the River Inn.
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Hödnerhof Plant Paradise, Ebbs

Why not set out on an expedition to the 6000 m² Hödnerhof plant paradise in Ebbs? More than 1 million plants are grown in the greenhouse every year. Pansies, primroses, geraniums, various shrubberies, poinsettias, fragrant herbs and vegetables await you. Take a souvenir plant back home!
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Noble brandies from Hans Stix

Our guests love “Gold Schnapps from Uncle Hans” - the apricot schnapps Kloster Neuburg, which was distilled by the uncle in 2013 only to win prestigious local distilling awards! Visit Kathi and Hans at their business and learn more about the art of distilling. Family Stix can be found on the main road of Vorderthiersee.
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Culinary delights from the organic butcher’s shop in Kufstein

“Gaumenwerk” - the “palate workshop” - is the name of the organic butcher’s shop Juffinger in Kufstein. The name says it all: the production at this organic butcher’s shop is free of glutamates, phosphates, artificial colours, GM products and lactose, and guarantees the highest organic standards for its meat and sausage products. Experience the Tyrolean culinary tradition.
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The Ackernalm alpine cheese dairy

For all who love lofty heights, the Ackernalm cheese dairy, the highest cheese dairy in Austria at 1,350 metres above sea level, is the perfect destination. It is conveniently accessible by car via a scenic toll road. Indulge in a tasting of bacon, cheese, home-made butter and other Tyrolean specialities! Enjoy a culinary journey of discovery - and let the marvellous view of the Thiersee Valley and the Kaiser Mountains take your breath away!
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Noble Slyrs Malt Whisky from Schliersee

Visit the Slyrs Bavarian Malt Whisky Distillery in the Schliersee region of Bavaria. Why not sample the delicious Slyrs Bavarian Malt Whisky during your stay at Hotel Juffing. The unique indulgence of a traditionally distilled whisky will leave you craving more. The distillate is strictly limited - but freely available at the Lantenhammer store in Schliersee!
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The Bräustüberl Beer Hall in Tegernsee

It does not matter whether you are local or a holidaymaker, all who are hungry and thirsty are cordially welcomed at the Bräustüberl Beer Hall. Here, the famous "Liberalitas Bavariae”, the Bavarian joie de vivre, is truly at home. Peaceful, Bavarian, rustic and comfortable. Have a seat!
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Dinzler at Irschenberg Mountain – coffee instead of traffic jams

The Irschenberg Mountain passage of the motorway is notorious for its traffic jams. Why not have a break from an arduous drive at the coffee roaster Dinzler? Relax and enjoy the friendly atmosphere of the patio. Indulge in delicious coffee or treat yourself to a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice. Refuel your energy for the last leg of the journey to your holiday destination - Hotel Juffing.
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Olympic Innsbruck

See more than 2,000 animals at the Alpenzoo Alpine Zoo - the highest zoo in Europe. Do not miss out on taking the funicular railway to Hafelekar Mountain, a marvellous view is waiting for you! The Tyrolean Regional Heritage Museum Ferdinandeum and the collections at Schloss Ambras Castle are also worth exploring. Have you ever visited an Olympic ski jump? The historic Bergisel ski jump is waiting for you.
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Herrenchiemsee Palace in Prien

A steamboat will take you to the island with its marvellous gardens, royal palace, trick fountains and the two galleries at the Augustinian Monastery. It is prudent to allow yourself sufficient time to explore the Bavarian Versailles built by the legendary King Ludwig II. A circular walk through the orchards and woods past grazing cows is highly recommended. Find out more here.

Wendelsteinbahn funicular railway and cable-cars near Bayrischzell

Marvellous, bizarre natural wonders await you in the Wendelstein Caves at 1,711 metres above sea level. The caves are accessible from June to October. The adventure begins with an ascent by cable-car which runs every hour. Enjoy the breath-taking view.
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Romantic Hechtsee - “Pike Lake” in Kufstein

Enjoy a nice stroll at a very special natural jewel of Tyrol. Start your four-lake hike at the Hechtsee “Pike Lake” and explore the picturesque Lakes Egel, Läng and Pfrill. Take a detour to Thier Mountain with its charming chapel (726 metres above sea level) and the observation tower. Learn more here.
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Impressive Passion Plays and festivals in Erl

Erl is a must for culture lovers and architecture aficionados. The historic location of the famous Passion Plays - and festival location since 1998, venue of the Tyrolean Festivals - will enchant you. In 2013, the Passion Plays celebrated their 400-year anniversary. Impressive: the newly erected Erl Winter Festival Hall. Find out more here.

Tour of historic Tyrolean farms, Kramsach

Explore the traditional architecture of Tyrolean farmhouses at the open air folk Museum in Kramsach. A tour will spirit you away to long-gone times. Fourteen historic farm buildings grant an insight into traditional Tyrolean agriculture and farming. The farm buildings are from different Tyrolean valleys and reflect their respective regions with their architecture, gardens and ponds. Meet friendly animals and explore barns, mountain huts and historic chapels. Find out more here. ? Find out more here.

Medieval Rattenberg

Explore the picturesque town with its distinctive medieval alleys and town houses. Discover the ruined castle on Schlossberg Mountain. Watch the artisans of the glass workshops at their craft and buy hand-blown glass creations.
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Cheese tradition at the BIO-Sennerei organic cheese dairy, Niederndorferberg

Would you love to sample tasty alpine cheese specialities or take home a culinary souvenir? Visit Astrid, Kathrin and Maria at the BIO-Sennerei Hatzenstädt organic cheese dairy in Niederndorferberg (open all week, even on Sundays. Conveniently accessible by car in 20 minutes via Kufstein and Ebbs, then head toward Walchsee; at the Gasthof Sebi Inn, turn left toward Aschau). For more than 70 years, cheeses have been manufactured without the use of chemicals or GM products. The cows of the mountain farmers are exclusively fed organic cow feed. If your appetite for adventure has been piqued, take a trip to the nearby game reserve!
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