German Sights

Distances - The Alpine Road

The stops and stages along the Alpine Road are not as clear-cut as the better-known and more popular Romantic Road.

Generally and historically it is assumed to run west to east but could, of course, be equally well reversed. We've supplied both options for those who are undecided.

And the distance of 450km could easily be covered in a couple of days.

However, given that most visitors would take around a week to see the sights, we have selected a few stops that would seem logical along the way. A quicker route can be mapped out just by combining the shorter stages.

Hohes Schloss, Füssen

The distances between each town are marked next to the second location - thus between Lindau and Oberstaufen the distance between them is after Oberstaufen.

West to East Distance
Lindau  
Immenstadt 55km
Füssen 51km
Oberammergau 48km
Garmisch-Partenkirchen 19km
Kochel am See 47km
Bad Tölz 24km
Tegernsee 53km
Oberaudorf 53km
Bernau am Chiemsee 47km
Reit im Winkel 25km
Ruhpolding 25km
Berchtesgaden/Schönau 50km

or alternatively

East to West Distance
Berchtesgaden/Schönau  
Ruhpolding 50km
Reit im Winkel 25km
Bernau am Chiemsee 25km
Oberaudorf 47km
Tegernsee 53km
Bad Tölz 53km
Kochel am See 24km
Garmisch-Partenkirchen 47km
Oberammergau 19km
Füssen 48km
Immenstadt 51km
Lindau 55km

General Information

Towns Along The German Alpine Road