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Astonishing place. If you are a natural beauty lover and you are in Germany this is the place to stay. Hotels and restaurants around are good. People are nice. You can go to trails and parks and even museum around this place. There are new...More
We came here during the week pre-season (season starts on June 1st). The town was pretty sleepy with public transport running every couple of hours (roughly). We took our time to go through Kochel and the neighbouring village Walchensee which also seemed rather sleepy. For...More
Whether winter or summer, this lake is set in a semi mystical environment, a few years back they built some fantastic appartements here, but one can still really tune into nature here, walk a little through the trees on the lake shore, and truly relax,...More
A stunning lake on a fabulous roadtrip for those preferring to travel on two or 4 wheels. We went in February when there was plenty of snow for skiing but the roads were good and passable for a break from Garmisch to exercise mind and...More
The Kochelsee is a nice Bavarian lake but its neighbor lake Wachelsee is much much more scenic. The surroundings of the Kochelsee are mountains ("falling into" the water) only on a third of the lake, the two other thirds are flat and much more common.
Kochel Lake isnt the biggest lake around its really quite quiet compared to say the Chiemsee but its preety and the round the lake boat trip at 5€ for just over 90 minutes is good the captain does a running commentary but sorry it was...More