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Lake Chiemsee

Bavaria, Germany
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“boat trip” (9 reviews)
“king ludwig” (8 reviews)
“small island” (4 reviews)
Bavaria, Germany
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Prien is the main gateway to largest lake in Southern Germany, Chiemsee and is often referred to as Bavarian Sea. The city is serviced by trains traveling between Mϋnchen (Munich) and Salzburg, Austria and is accessible from the A8 Autobahn. From Prien, you take the...More

Thank Bruce H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We caught the ferry from Prien Am Chiemsee and it takes you several islands on the lake including the Schloss Herrenchiemsee which is one of Ludwig 2nd fairy tale castles. well worth a visit

Thank Ian R
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Long drive from Salzburg to Innsbruck highway chiemsee lake is the best spot to take a break and relax to admire the nature.

Thank Abdullah S
Reviewed 16 September 2017

WE took the boat trip and it was beautiful - great to relax in the sunshine, queues for the boats were pretty non existent

Thank Jen F
Reviewed 29 August 2017

We went down to the lake via the shuttle bus on during Chiemsee festival. They had a little bar and grill area set up. They also had deck chairs available. It was lovely to take a dip in the ocean and then relax in the...More

Thank kristis643
Reviewed 20 August 2017

We wanted spend here only 1-2 night. And we stood 7:o) We enjoyed every minute of the stay here - swimming, walking, grilling, sunset on the lake...

Thank Barbora J
Reviewed 29 July 2017

We were driving from Salzburg to Munich, and stopping for a day trip to see Schloss Herrenchiemsee seemed like a good way to break the journey up. A lot of people visiting the lake come for day trips to the islands, but it is a...More

3  Thank ihaveshoos
Reviewed 11 July 2017

Boat ride to the castle was a great experience.. Toy train from station to the lake shore is also good to do..

Thank Raja_Bula
Reviewed 20 June 2017 via mobile

If you like lakes this is the on the biggest german lakes with nice fauna and flora, waters sports is also available on it

Thank Luka M
Reviewed 13 June 2017

The “Bavarian Sea” as people call the Chiemsee in Bavaria is a great place to visit. The tickets for the boat rides are not expensive at all. You need to follow 2 rules, 1. Be there early, 2. Don’t come on weekends. If you follow...More

3  Thank exploreandtravel76
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13 July 2017|
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Response from exploreandtravel76 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Vidi_25, I am not sure about the trains. Best is to check on the internet or at the train station. I recommend to go by car. It's an easy drive and you can stop everywhere u like. There are many nice things to see a d... More
Randy K
13 May 2017|
Response from MrsB20122015 | Reviewed this property |
bought it on the island 🌴
7 June 2016|
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Response from Guido G |
There are plenty of swimming placed around the lake / called "Strandbad" in German. To my knowledge most if not all of them are free of charge but do not have any life guards.