Opt for a hotel in Burghausen for your business trip and experience some of the best deals available. With a large choice of conveniently situated rooms in the city, you can rest assured that your every need will be met at your Berghausen hotel. Go straight from the boardroom to the hotel gym and spa, or tee off at one of the local golf courses. Enjoy some of Bavaria’s finest culinary delights in the evenings. There are also plenty of sites to keep you occupied during your down-time.
What is there to do in Burghausen after work?
The gothic Burghausen Castle is Europe’s largest castle complex. Its rooftop viewing platform boasts spectacular views over the town and beyond. There are three golf clubs near Berghausen: Gut Murstätten has two full courses, Schloß Frauenthal has 18 holes and the Traminergolf Klöch has 27 holes. For a more peaceful time, head from your Berghausen hotel to the nearby town of Altötting, which has been a popular destination for Catholic pilgrims for more than 500 years. Sample some regional sausages and cheeses in one of the town’s many regional restaurants, or take a walk along the picturesque Salzach River.
What business attractions are there near Burghausen?
Bavaria is a top destination for international trade events, with three major fair locations. The Munich Trade Fair Centre and the Augsburg and Nuremberg Exhibition Centres host a number of large trade fairs each year, as well as exhibitions of every kind.
What else does staying in a hotel in Burghausen have to offer?
The area around your Burghausen hotel is scenic and well suited to extensive walks. The city centre features a pedestrianised area which is just a short walk away from the Salzach River. Take a stroll and soak up the mountain and forest views. A cruise on the river offers a panorama of the historic surroundings. Boat tours incorporate a visit to the stunning baroque palace in Hellbrunn; its famed trick fountains are just as entertaining today as they must have been when they were built 400 years ago. Further afield, the 1121-founded Ensdorf Abbey is well worth a visit for anyone interested in Benedictine history. Make a day trip to Laufen, once an important shipping destination and now a beautiful, historic town set in the alpine foothills.