They say when in Rome, do as the Romans do… So I decided while in Bavaria, it was time for me to step into a German stereotype and get my hike on. As I’m not yet 40 I didn’t go so far as to get out my nordic walking poles for a flat path along a very tame walk way that a nana wouldn’t even need their zimmer-frame for. Instead, I decided to go for a hike from Tegernsee to Schliersee, just two of the many lakes south of Munich.
Tegernsee is a cute little village where they make really good beer (although as we hadn’t started our 3 hour walk we didn’t stop for one – note to self and others, aim to finish at Tegernsee rather than start there) about an hour from Munich with BOB (no that’s not my new friend, it’s a Bavarian train company).
The beautiful Rathaus (Town Hall) over looks the lake:
Not a bad spot for a beer:
It would hardly be a Bavarian village if it was wasn’t complete with a castle-biergarten combo now would it?
And after a mildly strenuous walk:
It was nice to finish here!
Bavaria is a beautiful part of the world – a great place for a walk – lovely photos.
It is great for walking, I hope to do more walks in the area.
Looks beautiful Tali. Hope you will take us there
Thanks, we will go there and also try the beer from Tegernsee, it is one of my favourites.
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