Discover our home! Upper Bavaria is a true paradise for fans of historic cultural sights and interesting architecture. You can experience the beautiful churches, monasteries and old villages in all their glory on trips to the area around Königsdorf. There is so much to do and see on just one day by car or e-bike. Numerous historic places, such as Munich, Bad Tölz, Benediktbeuren, Weilheim or Starnberg, are easy to reach within less than an hour from our hotel. We have collected a few suggestions for activities in the Tölzer Land. Of course, we will gladly help you put together an individual vacation program.
There is a good reason that Neuschwanstein Castle has become the paragon of a fairytale castle. We offer you a unique environment with marvelous castles and palaces that you will find nowhere else in the world. Reside in Königsdorf to walk the footsteps of King Ludwig and learn about the eventful history of our home.
Linderhof used to be the summer residence of Ludwig II. of Bavaria. It is famous for the fountain in its garden that was inspired by famous composer Wagner.
The stately castle Herrenchiemsee is located on the island of the same name and is built in a place where an old manstery used to be.
Up on 1866 meters above sea level lies the small estate that offers a marvelous view of the mountains of the area.
The pious folks of Bavaria have always loved and cared for their churches and chapels. This is why you will find beautifully adorned chapels of great historic value in many villages of Upper Bavaria. West of Lake Starnberg is where the “Pfaffenwinkel” (parson’s area) starts. It is home to some of the most beautiful and famous monasteries and churches in the world.
Ettal Abbey is an active monastery of the Benedictine order. Thanks to the brewery, it is also a famous day trip destination.
Like many large monasteries in the region, Benediktbeuren features beautiful buildings and is open to visitors anytime.
The Wieskirche is well-known for its elaborate Rokoko decorations which make it one of the most beuatutiful churches in the world.
The Leonhardikapelle (chapel of St. Leonard) and the Kreuzkirche are an excellent match that can be found on the Kalvarienberg Bad Tölz. They are always worth a visit.
With the metropolis Munich in our backyard and the impressive density of interesting cultural sights in Bavaria, our region has lots of exciting museums for you to visit. Among the many topics are history, modern technology, biology and all kinds of Bavarian traditions and specials.
The world’s largest scientific museum invites you to participate and is something that any visitor of Munich should see.
The art museum in Kochen am See is dedicated to famous painter Franz Marc and his expressionist colleagues who lived at the same time.
The “Museum der Phantasie” (museum of imagination) can be found in Bernried at Lake Starnberg and holds the private collection of Lothar-Günther Buchheim.
The alte Pinakothek features paintings that date back to the middle ages. It is the largest collection of old German paintings.
The museum is located just a few kilometers form the hotel and is dedicated to how the people in our region lived throughout the centuries.
The viking village Flake at the Walchensee was the filming location of “Wickie the Mighty Viking”. The village is great fun for the entire family.
It is hard to find a place in the world where the Bavarian way of life as ubiquitous as in Munich. The sights of the marvelous historic center with the pedestrian zone, the Marienplatz and traditional inns – the only thing more Bavarian is the Oktoberfest itself.
The 291-meters-tall Olympic Tower is one of the city’s landmarks. You can visit the tower and there is even a restaurant on 181 meters.
The Allianz Arena is the stadium of world-famous club FC Bayern and is both a club museum and day-trip destination.
The Tierpark Hellabrunn is a very special zoo. It is located in the middle of the green landscape in the center of the city.
The animal park in Poing is a highlight for anyone who likes animals. It is home to European wild animals, such as the lynx, the bear and the deer that you can visit up-close here.
The northern Alps look like you can reach out to them from our location. Some of the mountains, such as the Benediktenwand, are just a few kilometers from the hotel. The Wetterstein mountains and Garmisch-Partenkirchen as well as Germany’s tallest mountain, the Zugpitze, are just a 45-minute drive away.
Garmisch is one of the four venues of the Four Hills Tournament and home to the large Olympic ski jump hill.
The Blomberg is directly next to Bad Tölz. It is popular with locals and tourists alike who love its beautiful forests and plateaus.
The Brauneck is a mountain range south of Königsberg. It has a gondola and a restaurant with a marvelous view on 1500 meters above sea level.
The Wallenberg close to Rottach-Egern is popular with paragliders and also venue of one of the most famous mountain car races in the world
The Bavarian Alpine Forelands have an impressive number of wonderful lakes that invite you to swim in their crystal-clear water or to stroll along their shores. At the same time, Bavarian health resorts of the area invite you to relax in thermal baths and adventure pools.
The thermal baths in Kochen am See offer relaxed bathing fun and healing springs.
The Alpenwarmbad is a heated outdoor swimming center with diving pool, 50-meter swimming pool and a family-friendly atmosphere
The Bibisee is an artificial lake in close proximity to Königsdorf that is popular with bathing guests from the region
The Königssee at the foot of the Watzmann is very impressive due to the rugged rock formations along its shores
The Kochelsee is a typical lake of the Alpine Forelands: it has mountains to the south and flatlands to the north.
Lake Starnberg is just a 10-minute drive away from Königsdorf. It’s probably the most famous leisure area for the people of Munich.
25 kilometers west of Königsdorf, you will find the Tegernsee, which is famous for its marvelous clear water and the view of the mountains that reflects in the water
Bavaria’s largest lake has ships that bring visitors to its islands and back