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  2. Starnberg - Wikipedia

    Website. Starnberg is a German town in Bavaria, Germany, some 30 kilometres (19 mi) southwest of Munich. It is at the north end of Lake Starnberg, in the heart of the "Five Lakes Country", [3] and serves as capital of the district of Starnberg.

  3. Starnberg, Germany 2023: Best Places to Visit - Tripadvisor

    Starnberg is known for some of its popular attractions, which include: Starnberger See; Museum Lake Starnberg; Schloss Starnberg; Grünanlage "Seepromenade" - Starnberg; Badegelaende Steininger-Grund

  4. THE 15 BEST Things to Do in Starnberg - Tripadvisor

    Things to Do in Starnberg, Germany: See Tripadvisor's 5,360 traveler reviews and photos of Starnberg tourist attractions. Find what to do today, this weekend, or in June. We have reviews of the best places to see in Starnberg. Visit top-rated & must-see attractions.

  5. Starnberger See: A day trip from Munich | simply Munich

    Excursion tips around Lake Starnberg. Bavaria's second largest lake is one of Munich's favourite destinations. Cyclists and hikers get their money's worth on the 46-kilometre-long circular route off the main roads or the numerous hiking trails.

  6. Starnberg – Wikipedia

    Lage der Stadt Starnberg im Landkreis Starnberg Starnberg ist die Kreisstadt des gleichnamigen Landkreises innerhalb des Regierungsbezirks Oberbayern . Die Mittelstadt liegt rund 25 km südwestlich von München [2] am Nordende des Starnberger Sees und ist ein Ausflugs- und Erholungsort.

  7. Startseite | Starnberg

    AKTUELLES, VERANSTALTUNGEN & BÜRGERINFORMATIONEN RUND UM STARNBERG. Bei Starnberg kommt den meisten gleich der See in den Sinn. Inne halten, den Wellen lauschen, abschalten und die Ruhe genießen. Ein paar Stunden am oder auf dem Starnberger See sind wie ein Kurzurlaub.

  8. Lake Starnberg - Notorious And Utterly Fabulous

    Lake Starnberg, or the Starnberger See, is notoriously famous because the body of Bavarian King Ludwig II washed ashore on June 13, 1886. It is also famous because this German lake is a super-awesome watersporting adventure. Whether you’re in the lake, or just walking along its shores, the Starnberger See is one adventure after another.

  9. Lake Starnberg - Munich

    The second largest lake of Bavaria is a mere 30-minutes ride southwest of Munich and a main recreation area for Munich inhabitants. You can reach it also by S-Bahn (suburban train). The lake is around 20 kilometres long, five kilometres wide and up to 127 metres deep.

  10. Starnberg — description, photos photos, оn the map

    Starnberg, Shelter of Millionaires. Bavaria has its own Riviera and its own Nice. It is the coast of the Starnberg lake and the town of Starnberg where there are more rich people living than anywhere else in Germany.

  11. Lake Starnberg - Wikipedia

    Lake Starnberg, or Starnberger See [ˈʃtaʁnbɛʁɡɐ ˌzeː] ) — called Lake Würm, or Würmsee [ˈvʏʁmˌzeː], until 1962 — is Germany's second-largest body of fresh water, having great depth, and fifth-largest lake by area. It and its surroundings lie in three different Bavarian districts, or Landkreise.