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What to do: Day Trips

Chiemsee

The Chiemsee with its islands of Fraueninsel and Herreninsel is a wonderful destination for a day trip. You can take boat trips to visit the islands, including Bavarian King Ludwig II's Herrenchiemsee castle.

You can go there with the 'Bayernticket' with up to 5 persons for 27.00 €.

How to get there: Rosenheimer Platz: any of S1-8 in the direction of Ostbahnhof; change to train Ostbahnhof - Prien (every hour).
Total duration: 1 hour (one way).

www.chiemsee.de

 

Ammersee

A rewarding day trip is Herrsching on Ammersee, together with a boat-trip or walk to the monastery/brewery Kloster Andechs. 1-day ticket for up to 5 adults: 17.00 €. Children under 14 years: 1-day ticket of € 2.30 each.

How to get there: Rosenheimer Platz: S5 Herrsching, station: Herrsching.
Duration: 54 minutes (one way)

www.herrsching24.de/tourismus/index.htm

 

Starnberger See

Starnberger See is the second largest lake in Bavaria (after Chiemsee) and is embedded in the beautiful scenery of the foothills of the Alps. 1-day ticket for up to 5 adults: 17.00 €. Children under 14 years: 1-day ticket of € 2.30 each.

How to get there: Rosenheimer Platz: S6 Tutzing. station: Starnberg.
Duration: 38 minutes (one way)

www.BAYregio-Starnberger-See.de

 

Salzburg (Austria)

After a short walk up the local mountains of Salzburg, the town where Mozart was born, looking down over the sea of roofs you can catch some most amazing views. Enjoy the numerous narrow but well-kept stairs and paths leading up to the local hills and mountains and breathe the quiet and relaxing atmosphere of this region.With the 'Bayernticket' with up to 5 adults for 25.00 €.

How to get there:
Rosenheimer Platz: any of S1-8 in the direction of Ostbahnhof. Change to train Ostbahnhof - Salzburg (every hour).
Total duration: 2 hours (one way).

www.salzburg.info 

 

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Another idea: You will find information about anything Munich has to offer to its visitors under:
http://www.muenchen.de/int/en.html