Around 30 kilometres west of the state capital of Munich extends the historic and idyllic old town of Fürstenfeldbruck and its district of the same name. A region marked by tradition and modernity. Beautiful town houses, gastronomic and cultural diversity as well as stunning hiking and biking trails along the Amper and in the surrounding area underline the charm of the Fürstenfeldbrucker Land. In keeping with the region, you will also find classic, contemporary accommodation with barrier-free rooms and special offers. Other popular destinations such as the Five Lakes Land or Augsburg, city of the Fugger family, are just a short journey away.
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Tradition and cultural history
The district of Fürstenfeldbruck can look back on an eventful history dating back to the high-medieval period. The Jexhof Farm Museum and the Furthmühle Egenhofen give fascinating insights into the rural living conditions and traditional crafts around the year 1900. Guests are shown the original interior of the house or the technology behind a flour mill, for example. Both museums also offer special tours, promotions and events. In the former abbey brewery, today you can find the Museum Fürstenfeldbruck. Here, historical evidence of the abbey, the city and the Romans, Celts and Stone Age people is preserved. Except for the archaeological department on the 3rd floor, all rooms can be accessed by wheelchair or similar.
Forest experience and culinary delights
Wherever you are in the district of Fürstenfeldbruck, you are surrounded by green hilly landscapes, enchanting Amper river meadows or nature and landscape conservation areas. Visitors to the Grafrath experimental forest garden can see more than 200 exotic tree species from various continents. Originally, this area was used to research which foreign plants could be used for local forestry. Now people with disabilities or families can also embark on a “world tour” through the forest. After the visit, the nearby Bürgerstadl Grafrath offers the opportunity to sample the local gastronomy.
Leisure fun and feel-good atmosphere
The Fürstenfeldbrucker Land offers guests in the barrier-free Stadthalle Germering as well as in the Puchheimer Kulturcentrum PUC a varied range of concerts, cabaret, theatre and dance performances as well as operas and musicals throughout the year.
In summer, the Germeringer See invites visitors to linger with its wide sunbathing area, large shallow water zone and several barbecue areas. People with disabilities can use the entry aid on the east bank. The feel-good atmosphere is complemented by accommodation such as the Abasto Hotel & Spa, seidl Hotel & Conference or the Hotel LICHTBLICK. The latter is the first hotel to have been additionally awarded the European RAL barrier-free quality label.