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The traditional Bavarian town of Immenstadt Im Allgaeu is one of the oldest in the area, with red roofed buildings, and the remains of grand castles and chapels. The thick powdery snow that falls during the winter months brings enthusiastic skiers and snowboarders to the surrounded mountains, and the long, well-groomed slopes are ideal for beginners or those looking to improve their skills. During the summer months, there's plenty of hiking and exploring to do, as well as lively events in the town square such as open air markets and live music.

Things to see

This quiet and unpretentious ski resort is perfect for families and those who perhaps aren't that experienced on the slopes, although more advanced skiers are attracted by Bavaria's longest chairlift and the nicely groomed trails. The Alpsee mountains also offer off-piste skiing for those with more experience, and there are long toboggan runs to keep family groups entertained. During the summer months, climbers often take on the rocky sides of the mountain, or you can swing through the tall trees with a climbing forest that's safe for all ages. Just a short stroll from town you'll also find clear lakes surrounded by rolling green hills, and in the warm weather you can take a dip or enjoy fishing, windsurfing, or bobbing along the lake on a boat. Hiking and biking are also big attractions in the summer months, and you can take the chairlifts up the grass covered mountains, then use the melted trails to walk or cycle down, stopping to enjoy the sweeping views and brightly coloured flowers on the way down.

Hotels in Immenstadt im Allgaeu

If you are looking for Immenstadt im Allgaeu hotel deals, then there's a wide choice of accommodation options in the area, with cosy guesthouses and B&Bs that are ideal for skiers and those who love the great outdoors. After enjoying the snow or sunshine you can relax in a well-appointed guestroom and enjoy amenities such as hypo-allergenic bedding, coffee makers, separate sitting areas, cable television, and free WiFi. Many hotels also offer a buffet breakfast to set you up for the day, as well as serving dinner in the evenings. You'll also enjoy features such as tour and ticket assistance, safe deposit boxes, terraces for enjoying an aprés-ski drink, and multi-lingual staff to help you make the most of your trip.

Where to stay

Immenstadt im Allgaeu is an historic and traditional area, with many classic architectural features and wooden shutters. Visit the Allgaeuer Bergbauernmuseum and you can see how people lived in the early days of the town, with homes made of wood and stone nestled in the mountains. You'll find cosy bars and restaurants set up for aprés-ski, and most places have a casual atmosphere with people still wearing their snow boots as they enjoy generous tankards of local beer. Many restaurants and cafés have pavement tables where you can enjoy the mountain views, and the town's square is the main focus of year round activities, from markets to festivals. You'll also find plenty of practical ski and outdoor equipment shops, where you can buy or rent the items you have forgotten.

How to get to Immenstadt im Allgaeu

The town is just over an hour's drive from Friedrichshafen Airport; a busy hub with flights arriving from across Europe. From here you can pick up a rental car or shuttle service, or take a train from the airport stop to Friedrichshafen Stadt in the centre, then change for a train to Immenstadt's train station. You can also reach Immenstadt by direct train from Munich, making it easily accessible by rail from across Europe.