The best holiday apartments on the Chiemsee directly on the lake, for families with children and for dog lovers. Experience your vacation at the Chiemsee in the accommodation that suits you. From these you can get to know the lake and the Chiemgau region well.
Eating Chiemsee fish at a Chiemsee fisherman is something that connoisseurs shouldn't miss on their Chiemsee vacation. The best place to try trout and char is in a fisherman's hut right on the Chiemsee in Bavaria.
Nowhere can you experience what makes Munich better than at Viktualienmarkt. This food market in the old town reflects the soul of the capital of Bavaria. With her warm, but also the rough sides. We invite you to take a stroll through the Viktualienmarkt.
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.
We spend two nights at the Hotel Freisinger Hof. The hotel and its restaurant are located in the Unterföhring district and directly border the English Garden in Munich.
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.
As a non-cyclist, I discovered Elke Homburg's Munich bike tours in her travel blog Kekse und Koffer. Some of their tours cannot only be done by bike. They are also good for a day trip by car. She shares her tips with us in an interview.
Two Christmas markets in Bavaria that could hardly be more different. Both are worth seeing. The Altötting Christmas market and the Passau Christmas market are just over an hour away by car. There are worlds between them.
The Chiemgau is one of the excursion regions in Bavaria that offer mountain landscapes as well as lakes and hill country in the foothills of the Alps. The Chiemsee is not called the "Bavarian Sea" for nothing. But its surroundings also have a lot to offer.
Slow travelers and everyone who takes the time and leisure to get to know the Chiemsee and its surroundings will find suggestions and travel tips here. In Bavaria, the Chiemsee is also affectionately known as "the Bavarian Sea".