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For body and soul

To make your visit to us a day or half-day trip, here are some tips for you to round off the day and turn it into a small event:

For body and soul

Fancy lunch?

Ristorante Gennaro: Located in the enchanted castle park of Schloss Fußberg in the middle of Gauting, you can enjoy Mediterranean delicacies here.
Myth: Gauting's "Cult Greek" - Our favorite: the cold/warm appetizer platter. An absolute delight!
Pizzeria Carmine: In the small garden behind the house you can eat excellent Pasta Frutti di Mare.
Lorenz Steaks & More: Best steaks ever in a real saloon atmosphere.

Fancy a beer garden?

Forsthaus Kasten: The rustic beer garden is located in the middle of the forest between Gauting and Munich.
Castle restaurant Leutstetten: In the middle of the Würmtal between Gauting and Starnberg is the ideal beer garden for everyone who likes it more traditional.

Would you like coffee and cake or ice cream?

Café Suburb: There are delicious cakes and small snacks here.
Café in the Kiefl garden centre: If you want to combine your trip with shopping for the house and garden, you will also find a wonderful café here.
Si é Gelato: The best ice cream café in the area. If you like real Italian ice cream, you should definitely stop by here!

Feel like some sea air?

Steamer trip on Lake Starnberg: From the MS Seeshaupt you have a breathtaking view of the lake and the Alps.
Sunbathing at the lake: In "Paradies" in Possenhofen you are right on the lake and still have enough space and privacy.
A drink on the lakeside terrace: In the Undosa you can enjoy drinks directly above the water with a view of the Alps.

Fancy some culture?

Andechs Monastery: A walk up the holy mountain followed by a hearty Bavarian meal and monastery beer.
Fürstenfeld Monastery: Beautiful baroque church with adjoining beer garden.
Buchheim Museum: An art collection right on the lake, which can be perfectly combined with a nice walk.

Of course, these are just a few highlights and there is much more to discover. Munich of course anyway!