Days Out: Near Munich

Kloster Andechs
Monastery built on the eastern shore of Ammersee (Bavarias third largest lake) and one of the most important pilgrimage sites in Germany. At Bergstrasse 2, 82346 Andechs.
Tegernsee lake offers opportunities for swimming, sailing, fishing, hiking, mountain biking and more. It is approximately 50km south of Munich on the A8.
Hermannsdorfer Landwerkstaetten
Complex producing and selling organic foods with a gourmet restaurant and beer garden. Located within beautiful grounds with works of art. At Herrmannsdorf 7, 85625 Glonn.
Mikes Bike Tours
Bike hire in central Munich. Daily sightseeing tours departing at 12:30 from the Old Town Hall at Marienplatz. See website for detailed information.
Johns Bavarian Tours
Guided tours and day trips in Munich and Bavaria to well known and lesser known tourist attractions and points of interest.
Schloss Schleissheim
Baroque palace and park built in the 18th century. Open daily except Mondays from April to September from 09:00-18:00 and October-March from 10:00-16:00. Closed on some public holidays (see website). At Max-Emanuel-Platz 1, 85764 Oberschleissheim.
Five lakes in and around the affluent area of Starnberg near Munich. See website for details of events and places to stay.
Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site
Original Nazi concentration camp built by Himmler in 1933 and liberated by US Forces in 1945. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 09:00-17:00. Closed Monday except on public holidays. At Alte Roemerstrasse 75, 85221 Dachau.
Landsberg am Lech
Picturesque town with many original buildings from the 18th century and medieval city gates dating from approximately 1425CE.
Starnberger See
One of Munichs most popular lakes offering oppportunities for bathing, sailing and fishing. Vacation properties to rent. Visitors can also enjoy Schloss Amerland and Schloss Berg.