Hiking in the Chiemgau for connoisseurs! Hiking in the Chiemgau does not have to be strenuous. We present some of these easy hiking trails to you here. On none of these paths do you overcome an incline of more than 50 meters.
Slow food is good. It's regional. Consistent. Tastes fresh. And it's often homemade. The farmers in and around Aschau im Chiemgau prove this. The homemade delicacies are available for sale fresh every Friday in the Prientaler mountain farmer's shop. Mountain farmers cheesecake included.
This year we discovered the possibilities for camping Waging am See in Chiemgau. Waginger See campsites can be found on the shores of the lake and on Tachinger See, which is only separated from the neighboring lake by a dam and a bridge.
Get everything you need for your picnic in Munich at the Viktualienmarkt or at the bakery and butcher around the corner. Pack your picnic blanket and a picnic basket and drive to one of the places we suggest here. So you can enjoy your weekend in the sun.
A vacation on the farm at the Chiemsee is an opportunity to experience this lake and its surroundings authentically and up close. At the moment, a farm holiday on Lake Chiemsee is trendy. Away from the hustle and bustle, you can enjoy nature and the cuisine of the region.
A Chiemgau Alps Panorama Tour is most fun on secondary routes away from traffic jams and highways. Drive slowly through the countryside. Keep an eye out for beautiful prospects. Enjoy the sun and the mild wind. That works particularly well in Chiemgau.
The Chiemsee is not only worth a beach holiday in spring and summer. In autumn and winter you can spend a wellness weekend at the Chiemsee and the surrounding area. Get ideas and inspiration in this article for your short wellness vacation in Chiemgau.
The Chiemgau Alps offer a great sight on a tour through the Alpine foothills. Sunny weather beckons for an Alpine panorama tour from Waginger See to Nussdorf in Chiemgau. With these tips you can enjoy this excursion.
When camping at the Chiemsee you can enjoy the best in Bavaria. On one side is the lake. On the other you can see the Chiemgau Alps. Chiemsee campsites can be found all around the lake. Some are right on the lake, others a little off the beaten track. However, the lake is never far away.
The Pfistermühle in Munich is a modern Bavarian restaurant on the Platzl. It belongs to the hotel of the same name. The traditional inn goes back to a flour mill that stood on this spot in the 16th century.