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Don't let the name put you off, as "Bad" in German means "Spa" and that's just a taste of what you'll find at this picture perfect town that sits on the peaceful shores of Lake Tergernsee. Located along the northern side of the Alps, this spa town is a popular destination for both skiers and general holiday makers looking to unwind in the refreshing bubbles of the sulphur fountain. You'll find plenty in addition to winter sports on offer at this alpine haven.

Things to see

Visiting the spa fountain is a must, either as part of a leisurely stroll around the town while sight seeing, or after an action packed day on the slopes. Taking a soak in the well equipped spa here is the perfect way to round off any day, and there are many rumoured health benefits to bathing in the unique iodine/sulphur mix. While Bad Wiessee doesn't boast a huge amount of ski runs, there's still enough variation to allow everyone to enjoy a slalom in the snow, with beginner, intermediate and advanced runs on offer at an altitude of just over 1000 feet. The expansive, crystal waters of the lake offer plenty of opportunities to sit and relax while taking in the sights and crisp, clean mountain air. Ferry and touring trips are available too, and there's nothing better than cruising the calm waters with a refreshing glass of wine in hand.

Hotels in Bad Wiessee

There's plenty of hotels in Bad Wiessee to choose from, so whether you're looking for a place close to the slopes, a discount hotel, or high end luxury, you'll be well catered for here. Bad Wiessee hotels are well equipped too, as tourism is a major part of the economy. As a result you'll find relaxing at the bar in the evening with a smoky whisky or crisp wine is often a temptation, and you'll also find cleansing steam rooms at some locations. Free WiFi is often available too, and there's even eco-friendly hotels for the environmentally conscious traveller.

Where to stay

Staying in or around the town centre can be a good choice for families, or visitors that want a central place to start exploring the sights from. The spa and lake are only moments away, meaning you can easily spend the evening watching the sun shimmer between the mountains and reflecting off the pure waters of the Tergernsee. Skiers and snowboarders might be better served heading a little out of town, along Hagngasse and towards the slopes, where luxurious accommodation awaits. If you're after unadulterated peace, then head down Anton-Von-Rieppel street for secluded accommodation, perfect for holidaying couples.

How to get to Bad Wiessee

As with many alpine locations, Munich is a good place to fly to initially, before making use of the frequent and fast train services that run to Bad Wiessee. Salzburg is also an option, and there are similar train services available. Bus is also a possibility, although expect travel times to be much longer. Either way, the trip is a scenic one, and once you've arrived at Bad Wiessee, local buses or taxis are a great way to get around. That said, the town's beauty lends itself to wistful afternoon walks, and a ferry service offers up some day-trip possibilities, too.