Starnberger See, Starnberg
Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
Starnberger See is one of Germany's largest lakes by volume. You can explore the surrounding geological formations created by a glacier. Walking or biking along the shoreline paths is another option. Kayaks, paddleboards, and other watersport equipment are available to rent. You may want to take one of the many ferries and boat tours, some of which travel to scenic Rose Island. Starnberger See is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our online itinerary creator, Starnberg Edition.
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es un lugar en el que los locales van a pasar los dias de calor llegado el verano,es perfecto para deportes acuaticosIt is a place where locals will spend the days of heat come summer, it is perfect for water sportsshow original
da vi var der var det mange som seilet og sto på vindsufer brett, det var noe turistbårer på sjøen som er fine og ta for og se mest mulig. fin vei ved sjøen som gjorde at en kunne gå eller sykkle og s... read more »When we were there, there were many who sail and stood on the vindsufer Board, there was something on the tourist sea that is stretchers fine and take and see the most. nice way by the sea that made that one could walk or sykkle and look around around the Lake. There were also several restaurants along the beach which is fine and raging byshow original
Wir haben Anfang Oktober ein Wochenende in Bayern verbracht. Der Ausflug zum See war lohnend. See, Berge und nette Cafes in Starnberg, gleich am Ufer. Wer ein bisschen Zeit mitbringt, der sollte eine ... read more »We spent a weekend in Bavaria in early October. The trip to the Lake was worthwhile. Lake, mountains and nice cafes in Starnberg, right on the shore. Someone who has a bit of time, which should take a ride with an Ausflusschiff.show original
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