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    Where to go on a European longweekend to nature? Of course, to Bavaria! And to get to know its real and non-touristic, you need to go somewhere far away from the capital, Munich, whether it is a small town at the foot of the Alps or a village near a reservoir. Bavaria is called the land of lakes, meadows and castles. And, of course, the land of incredible and majestic mountains. Lakes with such pure, often emerald water will impress even an experienced traveler offroadadventurefun.com.

    Mount Hocheck in Oberaudorf
    The Königssee and Eibsee lakes can be reached by public transport. It takes about three hours to go from Munich to Königssee with two transfers: from Munich main station on the Meridian train to the Freilassing stop (towards Salzburg, the city is almost on the border), then transfer to the regional train in the direction of Berchtesgaden. In Berchtesgaden you will need to transfer to bus number 841 and it will take you to the lake.

    Berchtesgaden
    I recommend taking a ride on an electric boat along Königssee, the cost of such a trip is from 16 to 20 euros, depending on the distance while biking offroadadventurefun.com/dirt-bike-tours/. Buying a ticket to the church of St. Bartholomew, you get on a small tour of the lake. True, it is only in German or even Bavarian. Another surprise for tourists is the captain’s trumpet playing. And he plays in order to show how beautiful the acoustics are here: clear and multiple echoes. To take shots of the trumpeter, sit behind the front door on the right in the direction of travel and immediately open the window before someone else does and blocks yours. Well, if you didn’t manage to take a picture of the musician, then after arriving at the port, he will be happy to pose just for you, you just need to ask him about it.

    It’s easier to get to the equally beautiful Eibsee, with only one change, but the journey takes about three hours: from Munich main station by regional train to the town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, then transfer to the Eibseebus bus, which will take you to the lake itself. You can walk around the Eibsee in about 2 hours. Unlike Königssee, where swimming is prohibited, it will be possible to swim in the Eibsee. But the water in the mountain lakes is quite invigorating, about 20-22 degrees.

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