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Markus Wasmeier Freilichtmuseum

The brainchild of German ski racer Markus Wasmeier, this namesake museum is a wonderful ode to Upper Bavaria's cultural and historical landscape. In a lush open-air setting defined by the Bavarian countryside, the museum features over 10 beautifully preserved historic structures, each a unique representation of the region's bygone heritage. While the 17th-century Lukashof exhibits Upper Bavaria's electrical history, the Handwerkerhaus is a fitting tribute to professions like carpentry. Not only is this museum a timeless exhibit of Bavaria's journey through the ages, but it also doubles up as an event venue for festivals and musical events.

Tegernsee

Located south-east of Munich, Lake Tegernsee has been a magnet for tourists for many years. The lake nestles at the bottom of a range of mountains which rise up from the water's edge, among them Wallberg and Risserkogel. Hikers will be well and truly in their element here, while those looking to relax will enjoy the lovely route to Schliersee. The lake is classified as a 'Zungenbecken' in geographical terms, also known as a tongue basin, and is believed to have been evolved during the ice age. Now part of a popular recreation area, the lake also serves as a point for boating activities.

Therme Bad Aibling

A luxurious spa facility and a bevy of bespoke beauty treatments await you at Therme Bad Aibling. Nestled amidst the Bavarian mountains, the seclusion of its location adds to its charm and is a perfect retreat for those seeking complete relaxation. Set in an avant-garde structure, it features several top-notch treatment rooms, saunas, steam rooms, a relaxation area, indoor and outdoor pools, a private hammam and more, along with therapeutic and specialty massage facilities.

Schlossmuseum Ismaning

A castle credited to Philip of the Palatinate, the Rennaissance style structure dates back to 1530. After being under the patronage of different rulers, the castle ultimately came under the management of the municipality of Ismaning in 1919 and has been its owner ever since. Today, it serves as a host to the Schlossmuseum Ismaning, which houses artworks of the local artists.

Hofgarten

Facing Residenz Palace, the Hofgarten (Court Garden) was commissioned by Duke Maximilian I and built between 1613-17. Stroll through this beautiful garden and notice that all of the paths converge on the dodecahedral pavilion in the center, which is crowned by a statue of Diana, one of Bavaria's most recognizable symbols. The Hofgarten is enclosed on two sides by a series of arcades which were originally decorated with murals. The only surviving painting is Peter von Cornelius' fascinating depiction of the story of the Bavarian royal family.

Englischer Garten

One of the oldest English-style landscape gardens and one of the largest municipal parks in Europe, the Englischer Garten is Munich's most fascinating park. Sprawling across an area of 3.7 square kilometres (1.4 square miles), this place is one of the largest public parks in the world. The park features some of the best architecturally diverse landmarks along its vast verdant expanse and rolling lawns. From a Chinese pagoda with an adjoining beer garden and the Monopteros Greek temple, to a Japanese Tea House, the park is full of intriguing monuments and landmarks. Artificial streams gush through the park and several surfers can be seen gliding effortlessly along its foamy waters. Also housing an artificial lake and an open-air theater, the urban park is one of the best socio-cultural hubs of Munich.

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