Munich Lakes and Isar river
The Isar and Munich's Lakes Unbelievable - but you can go swimming outdoors within the city limits. Lakes and particularly the Isar River are very popular spots all year round for locals and tourists.
Although the majority of Bavaria's larger lakes lies outside of Munich, the city also has some beautiful lakes and rivers. The main attraction for most city dwellers is by far the Isar River.
The Isar River & Lakes in Munich
The Isar River, which runs directly through Munich, is a favourite of both children and adults during the warmer months. Its key location makes it ideal for sunbathing, picnicking, studying, and countless other activities.
Lakes in Munich - if it's calmer water you're searching for, Feringasee, Fasaneriesee, Feldmochinger See and Lerchenauer See are also just within your reach.
- Isar River
- Feldmochinger See
- Fasanerie See
- Lerchenauer See
Bavaria's lakes Granted, Bavaria has no access to the sea - but is renowned for its stunning lakes. Most of them are easily accessible by train or car within less than 1 hour from Munich and offer an amazing and rewarding view of the Alps and amazing landscapes.
This section provides you with useful information for the makings of an exciting, fun-filled trip. Whether you're looking to hike, swim, wind surf, mountain bike or just relax in the sun, Bavaria's lakes will keep you wanting to come back for more. You will find the childhood home of an Austrian Empress by the Starnberger See and a splendid palace on the island within Chiemsee, also referred to as the Bavarian Sea.
- Starnberger See