Sightseeing along the Culture Mile
A selection of cultural activities is presented with the audio guide of the Cultural Mile Ammergau Alps containing supplemental information concerning the cultural highlights.
Venture on a stimulating and entertaining auditory journey along selected stations.
Along the Cultural Mile Ammergau Alps you will experience the heritage of the Ammergau Alps through sight and sound. Each of the 18 stations along the Cultural Mile features an interesting audio report which you may access with your own mobile phone. Per call you simply pay the regular cost of a call to the German landline network.
The applicable phone numbers are displayed at each station.
Further information and maps are available free of charge at our tourist information centres.
The new extension of the Ammergau Alps Culture Mile offers an exciting journey through time with lots of information about the sights of the Ammergau Alps Nature Park region.Details
As a prototype the Oberammergau Parish Church had a wooden building, at the beginning of the 18th Century however it was so damaged that it had to be rebuilt. Joseph Schmuzer led the construction of the rococo jewel, his son Franz Xaver was the plasterer. The ceiling and wall frescoes were made by the great Matthew Guenther, born in 1705 on an isolated farm on the north side slope of Hohenpeissenberg.Details
The Pilgrimage Church of Wies (Pilgrimage Church of the Scourged Saviour in the Meadow or in the Wies – called: “the Wies”) is a prominent pilgrimage church and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
First time visitors to "the Wies" without prior knowledge may well ask themselves what could have given led to the building of such a remarkably magnificent church in such a secluded spot.Details