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Lake sauna on the Tegernsee

View of the Tegernsee lake in Munich

Temperatures are below zero and the yearning for heat is endless... so it's high time to take the train and make your way to Tegernsee.

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Temperatures are below zero and the yearning for heat is endless... so it's high time to take the train and make your way to Tegernsee.

Take the 'BOB' from the rear platforms (platform:27-36) at Munich Hauptbahnhof to Tegernsee station. From there, go down towards the lake and you can't miss the Monte-Mare lake sauna. Plan on getting to the sauna as early as possible, as it is closed above a certain number of people. You can either spend the day in the Irmgard ship sauna, or try out the four different saunas. And for anyone brave enough, nothing is stopping you from diving into the lake.

Opening hours: Mon -Thur 10:00 - 23:00; Fri & Sat 10:00 - 00:00; Sun 10:00 - 21:00
Admission: Adults Mon - Fri from 16,00 €; Sat, Sun & Public Holidays from 21,00 €
Address: Hauptstraße 63, 83684 Tegernsee
Entry over 16
Website: monte-mare.de

Partnachklamm

The Partnachklamm in Garmisch-Partenkirchen geotopes

If you are planning on staying in Munich for a few days, we recommend a wonderful day trip to the Partnachklamm in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. The gorge is one of the most beautiful geotopes in Bavaria and was declared a natural monument as early as 1912 and has since then been accessible in every season.

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If you are planning on staying in Munich for a few days, we recommend a wonderful day trip to the Partnachklamm in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. The gorge is one of the most beautiful geotopes in Bavaria and was declared a natural monument as early as 1912 and has since then been accessible in every season.
After visiting the gorge, you have the opportunity to continue hiking or to rest in one of the beautiful, nearby alps and restaurants. An overview of subsequent hikes in Garmisch can be found here: www.auf-den-berg.de

The walk through the gorge is easy and also suitable for children and seniors.
By the way, four-legged friends have a lot of fun while exploring the gorge, too!
Food: Of course, you can bring your own snack, but you can also visit the Partnach or Kaiserschmarrn Alp for a tasty meal.
Costs: adults: 5,00 €; children and adolescents 6 to 16 years: 2,00 €;  adult groups from 15 persons: 4,00 €; handicapped: 4,00 €; dogs: free

How to get there by car:
You can reach the gorge from the parking lot at the Olympic Stadium (here you also find the historical ski jump) in 20 to 30 minutes. The path to the entrance is flat and leads past an impressive mountain scenery.
Address for the GPS:
Olympic Stadium
Karl-u.-Martin-Neuner-Platz
82467 Garmisch-Partenkirchen

How to get there by public transportation:
It takes about 1 hour and 45 minutes from the Munich Central Station to the Garmisch train station. From there, the Olympic Stadium can be reached in about 25 minutes by foot. The walk takes you along the river Partnach through the beautiful town of Garmisch, which is world famous for its winter sports events.
Ticket recommendation: Bayern Ticket
Check out https://www.bahn.de/p/view/angebot/regio/regionale-tickets/bayern/bayernticket.shtml for further information!
* Note: Short-term closures of the gorge are sometimes unavoidable for safety reasons. Therefore check the website of the gorge before your trip to make sure it´s accessible! http://www.partnachklamm-info.de/