Day trip: lake Chiemsee and Herrenchiemsee palace

Versailles in the middle of Bavaria – visit Bavaria's largest lake and its islands, including a palace and an abbey.

To Versailles and back in just one day.

Not possible? Well, actually it is ... kind of. Unbeknown to many, there is a little piece of Versailles in the middle of Bavaria: Herrenchiemsee Palace. King Ludwig II acquired the Herreninsel in 1873 so he could build a replica of the Palace of Versailles. The palace was intended to be a "Temple of Fame" for King Louis XIV of France, as Ludwig absolutely adored the French king. Upon arriving at Lake Chiemsee, you will visit the Herreninsel, the island in the middle of Bavaria's largest lake, and delve into the world of King Ludwig II.

But that's not all: after taking in the impressive palace, there's another exciting stop on this tour. A boat will take you to the neighbouring Fraueninsel, where you can enjoy a culinary treat. With your batteries recharged, enjoy a tour of the island and visit the Benedictine abbey.

A well thought-out safety and hygiene concept applies to all tours.

Included in the price:

  • Transfer from Munich to Chiemsee and back to Munich, duration approx. 10 h
  • Skip-the-Line Service: You no longer have to queue, just skip the queue
  • Exclusively with us: City guide "simply Munich" and city map

To be paid on site:

  • Entry for Herrenchiemsee palace incl. boat trip approx. 26 € p.P.
from 54,00

Start: 8.30 a.m., every monday, 29 April to 23 September
Duration: 10 hours
Departure: Karlsplatz 21 / Sonnenstraße in front of department store Galeria Kaufhof

The live-moderation on the bus is done by competent tour guides in German and English. An additional audio system on board provides information in the following languages: Italian, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Portuguese and French.

After successful booking you will receive your tickets automatically by e-mail. Alternatively, tickets can also be bought at the Tourist Information at Marienplatz and at the main train station.

 

 

Photos: Frank Stolle

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Autobus Oberbayern GmbH
Luisenstraße 1
80333 München

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