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Starnberg is the perfect getaway from Munich. Just 30-40 min away from the city centre by train and you will discover this hidden gem. On sunny days, you can enjoy the warm weather by just sitting there at the lakeside, drinking beers, swimming, sailing or...More
Getting to Starnberg is very easy, as it is accessible via the U-bahn and the journey is relatively short (around 30 minutes from Munich Hauptbahnhof). The lake itself was clean and refreshing, and there were plenty of sites to choose to sunbathe and leave bags....More
A good way to visit the Starneberger See is to tour it by boat. A three hour comprehensive visit can be made with one shipping company for 18 €. Possibility to disembark on various points and re-embark later. Actually few things to admire or visit,...More
I had read on a tourism website beforehand that it is lovely to walk from Starnberg town to Possenhofen. In fact the path soon veers inland and becomes a busy road. Much better to leave the train at Possenhofen, where there is a good cheap...More
We took a three hour luxury tour of the Starnberge See and it was a delightful change from the hustle and bustle of tourist spots. Although just a short train ride from Munich, you feel like you're miles from civlization. While the boat trip is...More
Starnberg lake is gorgeous in any season – in summer you can swim and sup there in crystal water, in winter it’s cozy to have Glühwein in cafes. The nature is beautiful with all its birds (gooses, ducks, swans, seagulls etc), as well as you...More
Such a beautiful lake in the south of Germany. I'll admit that it can get very busy sometimes, especially on nice days during the summer. But the lake itself it lovely to walk around in areas like Starnberg, Percha, Tutzing and Feldafing. Swimming here isn't...More