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Starnberg Things to Do

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    by Henkster Written Dec 3, 2003

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    In the summer time, you can rent small boats, take a big cruise boat, sit in one of the beergartens and cafes long the shore or go swimming. In the winter time, the lake is more calm and quiet - but still a nice weekend destination.

    Feeding ducks in the winter

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Starnberg Hotels

  • Hotel Fischerhaus

    Achheimstr.1, Starnberg, 82319, de

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

  • Vier Jahreszeiten Starnberg

    Muenchner Strasse 17, STARNBERG, 82319, DE

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 4.5 out of 5 stars

  • Hotel Bayerischer Hof Starnberg

    Bahnhofplatz 12, Starnberg, Bavaria, 82319, Germany

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Forsthaus Muehlthal

    M�¼hlthal 124, Starnberg, 12600, de

    Good for: Business

  • Jugendherberge Possenhofen

    Kurt-Stieler-Str. 18, Pocking, Starnberg, Bavaria, Germany

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Apart One Starnberg

    Vordermuhlstrasse 1a, Starnberg, Bavaria, 82319, Germany

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

Starnberg Restaurants

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    by Arqtita Written Jun 11, 2012

    They have a nice cook book from this restaurant with great pictures.
    They have a TV showing the action in the kitchen too... :)

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    by Arqtita Written Jun 11, 2012

    The place is nicely decorated, the food is great and the portions are biiiiiig!
    But there is not too much variety in the menu.

    Favorite Dish: Grilled chicken kebab, rice with raisins, nuts and carrots!

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Starnberg Local Customs

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    by Arqtita Written Jun 11, 2012

    The tradition of raising a Maypole (Maibaum) on May 1 serves to welcome spring.
    A Maypole is a tall wooden pole made from a tree trunk (pine or birch), with colorful ribbons, flowers, carved figures, and various other decorations depending on the location. The ceremonial of raising the Maypole have a lot of Bier und Wurst... of course!

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Starnberg Favorites

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    by mjmarijack Written Jun 2, 2003

    Fondest memory: There are paths everywhere for walkers. Whenever I am staying in Starnberg, I walk the lanes of the little villages near by, as well as through the beautiful Black Forest. I think my favorite memory was walking through the forest with my dear friend picking mushrooms for our dinner. He was an expert at detecting edible mushrooms and patiently taught me what to look for

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