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- Varied landscape scenery
- Recreation between peaks, spruces, rocks, lakes and moors
- Excellent piste conditions in winter
- Paradise for hikers
- Many holiday accommodations in a dreamlike natural setting
- Cultural highlights in Bayreuth Most popular accommodations in the Fichtelgebirge
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Apartments in Fichtelgebirge
If you decide for a holiday apartment in the Fichtelgebirge, then you spend the most beautiful days of the year in the border triangle Bavaria-Bohemia-Saxony. From your apartment or holiday home, you can plan as freely as you wish every day. Explore the surrounding natural scenery with mighty forests and proud peaks or undertake cross-border day trips. From most holiday accommodations you can reach well signposted hiking and cycling paths, so that nothing stands in the way of nature-loving activities. The good air in numerous health resorts will make a noticeable contribution to the recovery. If you like it rural and original, you should book a holiday apartment on a farm.Enjoy urban flair with a vacation rental in the Fichtelgebirge mountains
Are you more of a city dweller and would like to have a little city flair with a rich cultural offer in addition to pure nature? Then a vacation rental in Bayreuth is an excellent choice. Use the famous home of the Richard Wagner Festival as an eventful starting point for exploring the surrounding Fichtelgebirge mountains. In addition to the inviting city centre, the castle park Eremitage is worth a visit.
Holiday in the Fichtelgebirge
Location and orientation
The popular holiday region Fichtelgebirge extends in the northeast of the Free State of Bavaria and borders on Saxony, Thuringia and the Czech Republic. Characteristic for the Fichtelgebirge is its horseshoe-like form. In addition to green valleys, plateaus and mighty forests, the landscape is dominated by mountain peaks. The Ochsenkopf and Schneeberg peaks stand out with a height of over 1000 metres.The name meaning of the holiday area becomes visible on site...
The mountain landscape gets its name from the abundant spruces. Here, in the so-called 'cold chamber of Germany', you will find one of its largest occurrences (in summer, however, there can be no talk of a cold chamber). In addition to the peaks and forests, the Fichtelgebirge holiday region is given a striking face by numerous rocks. Due to the proximity to the Czech Republic, a trip across the border is recommended, e.g. to make purchases for the price-conscious catering in the holiday home.
Travelers and Activities
Holidaymakers who find about 3000 kilometres of hiking trails in the immediate vicinity in front of their holiday accommodation will hardly be able to keep it on the sofa. After all, there are thousands of peaks to climb. The paths lead on various levels of difficulty past old ruins, raised bogs, quiet forest lakes and rocky backdrops. On every hiking trail you will be able to gather new impressions and look forward to the next day.Good snow and tobogganing: the Fichtelgebirge as a winter sports paradise for the whole family
As beautiful as the warm season in the Fichtelgebirge may be, in winter the Mittelgebirge transforms into a dreamlike backdrop with first-class sports facilities. There are 22 ski slopes to choose from and the necessary equipment can be rented at numerous stations. Toboggan runs open up rapid piste adventures for big and small holidaymakers. And on a romantic horse-drawn sleigh ride, couples can relax and make plans for the future.Active holiday with dog in Fichtelgebirge
If you want to treat yourself and your beloved four-legged friend to an active break in an inviting natural landscape, the spacious Fichtelgebirge is an excellent choice. Many of the bookable accommodations have adapted to the needs of four-legged friends, so that nothing stands in the way of a relaxed time-out. And both on and off the countless hiking trails there is enough space for peace and quiet beyond the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Especially in the lush forests dogs enjoy a run they can only dream of in the city. And one or the other natural lake invites you to a welcome refreshment.
The granite doesn't let go of me, Goethe is said to have said after his 3 trips to the Fichtelgebirge. Also a rock and a hiking trail are named after the famous poet.
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Enough relaxation in the apartment! Don't miss the impressive 'Gleißinger Fels' visitor mine, which is the oldest in northern Bavaria at over 500 years old. This is truly a holiday highlight, because you will enter the only publicly accessible silver and gold mine. Enjoy the authentic guided tour through easily accessible tunnels and dive into a seemingly long forgotten world. Of course, an almost legendary gold washing should not be missing during your visit to round off the adventure character in style.Ochsenkopf Gipfel: For all those who want to go high on holiday
The over 1000 meter high mountain is undoubtedly one of the tourist hotspots in the entire Fichtelgebirge. In this respect, you should not miss this exciting highlight at any time of the year. The Asenturm is one of the region's most distinctive landmarks. A climbing park invites you to test your courage at lofty heights. You can test your courage on the summer toboggan run at the northern valley station. While in summer there are numerous circular trails, in winter the slopes are professionally prepared for skiers.Many holiday paths lead through the rock labyrinth Luisenburg
Welcome to Europe's largest rock labyrinth, where there is truly more than one way. After a relaxed start to the day in your holiday home, look forward to exciting explorations and bizarre rock formations. Huge boulders, gorges and caves provide an impressive backdrop in which you will leave everyday life completely behind you. In earlier centuries, the gigantic sea of rocks was viewed with horror. Today it presents itself as an impressive natural event in which there is not only one way. Solid footwear is strongly recommended. Especially children will love the inviting scenery for crawling, climbing and discovering.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Fichtelgebirge
How much do the vacation rentals in Fichtelgebirge cost on average?
Our data shows that Fichtelgebirge had an average price of $108 per night, a relatively high one compared to the destinations in Germany.
When are vacation rentals cheaper in Fichtelgebirge?
Travelers who want to be budget-friendly should visit Fichtelgebirge in June, May, or September, the cheapest months of the year, with average prices of $97, $99, and $104 per night, respectively, based on the previous year.
In which months is it more expensive to rent a vacation rental in Fichtelgebirge?
When it comes to looking for a vacation rental in Fichtelgebirge, the months when you will pay the most are, in order of highest to lowest, February, January and August, with average prices per night of $119, $116, and $111, respectively.
Is Fichtelgebirge a good location for a last-minute getaway?
So you don't run out of accommodation options in Fichtelgebirge, we recommend you to plan ahead as 58% of rentals are usually booked, according to the data from last year.
What time of the year can I find more available vacation rentals?
The months that offer the most accommodation options are, on average, April (with an availability of 70%), March (58%), and May (57%), according to the trends observed in the prior year.
During which months is it more difficult to find available vacation rentals?
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is August (only 8% of properties were available on average last year). Followed by September (25%), and then July (27%).
How many rentals are there in Fichtelgebirge?
Holidu works with 27 different partners to give you an inventory to choose between 470 properties we have in Fichtelgebirge.