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Waging am See, Germany
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$139 - $356
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About Waging am See

Nestled in the foothills of the Bavarian Alps, Waging am See is a historic spa town in Traunstein. It lies alongside Upper Bavaria’s warmest lake and has existed since at least the 8th century. In the Middle Ages, it became an important market town and has been a popular leisure destination since the 19th century.

Things to do in Waging am See

History buffs can visit the Baiuwaren Museum, which details the Germanic tribes who settled in the area following the Romans. It offers a fascinating insight into the development of the Baiuwaren culture, which emerged in the 6th century. The diverse array of grave goods on display includes well-preserved leather items and a gilded brooch.

In the nearby Kurpark is the Baiuvarenhaus, a traditional dwelling that hosts cultural activities and festivals throughout the year. It officially opened in 2008, partially to serve as a workshop for the Baiuwarenmuseum. Also in the Kurpark is a children’s playground and a network of leafy walking trails to explore.

North-east of Waging am See is the Waginger See, a scenic lake that provides a setting for boating and fishing. In the summer months, you can enjoy a swim from one of the sandy beaches, lure carp, bream and trout or explore along the hiking trails that wind through the surrounding foothills. In the winter months, the Waginger See freezes over, making it ideal for ice skating and ice fishing.

Getting around Waging am See

Waging am See is around 1.5 hours’ drive from Munich and Munich International Airport, which has flights to destinations across the globe. Regular trains connect from Traunstein to the Waging railway station and the town centre is compact enough to explore on foot. Renting a car is the most convenient way of getting around the area.

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    Landhaus Tanner (9.1/10 from 395 reviews), Wellnessgarten-Hotel (9.2/10 from 156 reviews), and Unterwirt (8.4/10 from 373 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in Waging am See.

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