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The municipality of Münsing is located at the Bavarian Lake Starnberg in Bavaria in Germany. Set against the backdrop of the Alps, this idyllic town is an ideal photo motif. Bad Tölz is very close-by and the capital of Munich can be reached in 25 km.
Cold winter days and mild, occasionally even hot, summers guarantee perfect holidays at Lake Starnberg. Check out our live webcam for the current weather forecast for today, tomorrow or the weekend.
In the summer Münsing is a very popular destination for German, Austrian and Swiss tourists. A vast array of outdoor activities to enjoy is available on your trip to one of Germany’s biggest lakes and the Bavarian Alps. Lake Starnberg is a dream for swimming fans, sunbathers, surfers and yacht owners. You can explore the picturesque landscape by roadbike and mountain bike as well. There are numerous trails and routes to suit all needs from gentle scenic rides to mountain bike challenges.
The town of Münsing has a lot to offer on the cultural scene.
It is said that ’Mad King Ludwig II’ killed himself in Lake Starnberg. Nevertheless his legacy is impressive: the ‘fairy tale castles’ of Neuschwanstein, Linderhof, Herrenchiemsee and Hohenschwangau can easily be reached from Münsing by car.
Lovers of Bavarian beer must visit Andechs Monastery, internationally known for its homebrew. Be sure to be there early, especially around lunchtime!
Fans of the German detective series “Heiter bis tödlich - Hubert und Staller” will enjoy exploring the TV locations on a 30km bike ride.
The region cherishes its culinary tradition. There are many inns and guesthouse in and around Münsing offering delicious home-cooked fare such as at Gasthaus Limm or “Zum Altwirt”.