Mittenwald is a town amid the Alpine peaks of Bavaria, Germany. It’s known for its colorful painted houses and its violin-making history, documented in the central Geigenbaumuseum. The 18th-century St. Peter and St. Paul Church is famed for its colorful frescoes. To the west, forested paths pass Lautersee Lake and the Laintal waterfall. In the northwest, Hoher Kranzberg’s slopes have trails and lookouts.
Timeline: 0:00 Train Station 1:20 Towards the Town Centre 6:00 Mittenwald Town Centre – Obermarkt Southern Direction 12:00 Mittenwald Town Centre – Obermarkt Northern Direction 17:30 Northern Mittenwald 25:40 Around the Violin Museum 28:50 Outer Town Centre