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"Why should someone do a vacation in Gauting? Can you possibly tell me 2-3 popular travel tips for Gauting, which everyone visiting Gauting should see? Also let me know 2-3 special insider travel tips for Gauting that a typical tourist may not know about, but that you can highly recommend. Thanks!" (posted 05/16/2014)

Gilching has no significant sights. The place is to be regarded as a southwestern suburb of Munich and is suitable for going on excursions from there, for example to Munich, into the foothills of the Alps, to many lakes - Starnberg and Ammersee lakes would be the bigger ones, Andechs monastery. Oh, and into the Würmtal valley, but for that our Villa Carina is in a better location.
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Regarding the region Gauting we would recommend the following must-sees: - Ammersee lake with the nice Andechs church and monastery: www.andechs.de/nc/en.html They have their own famous beer brewery. Absolutely historic place (over 1000 years old) and really nice beer garden. Make a tour and enjoy the beer with typical Bavarian food. - Starnberg lake: nice place to be - you can take a tour on the lake, or walk around it and see some nice estates (some actors live there). If you catch nice weather, you can see the mountains. - Wolfratshausen: rafting tour - see: http://www.isarflossfahrten.biz/isar-log-rafting/ This is a trip you will never forget! - Walchensee lake: If you want to hike - go there and enjoy... Just go on the web, type in Walchensee and have a look at some pictures...: http://www.google.de/search?q=walchensee You can hike or use the cable car to reach the "Herzogstand" - see: http://www.herzogstandbahn.de/index.php?id=0,114
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Gauting is still near Munich, but I must honestly say that I Gauting not know about me well. The question I can not answer unfortunately. Thank you and best regards from Munich, Gay Alex Cabrera
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Gauting is no particular tourist destination but is Gauting a preferred place of residence, There is a special lung clinic, other attractions are not me bekannt.Es but is a beautiful scenic surroundings and not far from Munich and Starnberg The host should times in google: Gauting / Enter germany because he can surely find more details
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Gauting Overview

Stockdorf, Grubmühl, Buchendorf, Königswiesen, Hausen, Unterbrunn and Oberbrunn are included under the administration of Gauting. The municipality itself is surrounded by the Forstenrieder Park in the east, Mühltal in the south, Kreuzlinger Forst in the west and Grubmühl in the north.

Things to See in Gauting

Schloss Fußberg, medieval mansion, restructured 1721 and 1894

Frauenkirche, 15th century, restructured in the 18th century

Church of St. Benedikt, given as beneficence to Benediktbeuern monastery in the 9th century; was rebuilt in Gothic style (15th century); the present building dates to 1934 and was erected in Nazi style by architect Georg Buchner

Villa Zerboni ca. 1905 and many representative houses in the so-called "Kolonie" historicistic or art nouveau style between 1900 and 1914

Villa Junkers, built in 1923 by Bernhard Borst in historistic style, later owned by Hugo Junkers

Gauting is home to the Gauting Indians baseball team, which plays in the first division of the Baseball Bundesliga.

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More about the History of Gauting

Although the name, Gauting, is first mentioned in 753, settlements in the Gauting area traces back to early Bronze Age and is thus amongst the earliest in upper Bavaria. Cairns in Stockdorf and a large Celtic entrenchment offer evidence of the prehistoric dwellings. Under the Roman Empire the settlement, then called Bratananium, marked a major crossroad of Via Julia, which connected the provincial capital Augusta Vindelicorum (Augsburg) with Juvavum (Salzburg) and Lake Constance. Many artifacts from that time have been discovered. A persistent local belief is that Charlemagne was born at the Reismühle, situated at the south edge of Gauting, thus the imperial crown appears in Gauting's coat of arms.

For many years, Gauting existed as a small rural village nestled in the Würm valley. A dramatic rise in population started with the opening of the Munich-Starnberg railroad in 1854. Gauting became popular as a weekend and holiday resort for wealthy citizens of the Bavarian capital, and since then it has become one of the most popular suburban communities adjoining Munich (Munich vacation rentals | Munich travel guide).

Gauting during the Third Reich

The abolition of the German Communist Party, immediately following the enabling act that gave the Nazi Party dictatorial powers, was one of the first administrative acts to be executed in Gauting in 1933. Soon each member of the communal council had to become a member of the NSDAP. Adolf Hitler and Adolf Wagner, the Gauleiter (district governor) of Upper Bavaria, who lived at Gauting, became honorary citizens. Hermann Nafziger was installed as Nazi-mayor. During the last days of World War II, the 8,000 surviving inmates of the Dachau (Dachau vacation rentals | Dachau travel guide) concentration camp were sent on a so-called death march. Such marches were organized by order of Heinrich Himmler to prevent the inmates from being freed by the approaching allied troops. Many of the hostages died on the way through Gauting to their destination in Bad Tölz (Bad Tölz vacation rentals | Bad Tölz travel guide). The peaceful invasion of the US forces was possible due to the surrender of Hans Penzl of the Freiheitsaktion Bayern, a Bavarian resistance cell. After the war, the special military hospital for tuberculosis, situated in a former barracks building, was used in 1945 for treating the survivors of the concentration camps by the US Forces. Since many of the casualties were Jewish, a separate Jewish Cemetery was established in Gauting, next to the main cemetery.

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Gauting is a municipality in the district of Starnberg, in Bavaria, Germany with a population of approximately 19,000. It is situated on the river Würm, 17 kilometers (11 mi) southwest of Munich.

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