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ABOVE: A residential street in Garmisch. (Many chalets like these have furnished apartments and rooms for tourists.)

Tourist information - Web links

The tourist office's official Web site has information in German and English.

Frommer's: Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Hotels, restaurants, and a handful of other topics are covered by excerpts from the Frommer's Germany guidebook.

Related articles and photos

No trip to Garmisch-Partenkirchen is complete without a cogwheel-railway and cablecar ascent of Germany's highest mountain. Come for skiing, snowboarding, and spectacular year-round views of four countries.

Partnach Gorge - Partnachklamm
Hike safely on a stone ledge above a roaring river, or--in winter--take a guided torchlight tour past magical ice and snow formations.

Garmisch-Partenkirchen Photos
Click through a 65-image slide show of the town, the Partnach Gorge, and the Zugspitze with captions and Web links.

Back to: Garmisch-Partenkirchen - Introduction

In this article:
Introduction Sports and recreation
Accommodations Sightseeing and excursions
Transportation Web links

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Partnach Gorge - Partnachklamm
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