When a TecAlliance trainee rotates according to Ismaning, he or she is usually placed in Unterföhring or Ismaning. The excellent location on the northern edge of Munich offers many possibilities, which we would like to share with you, so that you can arrange your rotation excitingly.
In Ismaning and Unterföhring there are plenty of opportunities to cool off on warm summer days. In Ismaning there is the Taxetweiher, which is located about half a kilometre south of the S‑Bahn station. In Unterföhring there are two possibilities. On the one hand, the well known Feringasee, but on weekends it is often quite crowded when half of Munich feels like relaxing there. A good alternative is the Unterföhringer See or Poschingerweiher. The lake is smaller than Lake Feringa, but less crowded and offers more peace and quiet.
Both Unterföhring and Ismaning are situated directly east of the Isar. As a rule, on both sides of the shore there is a footpath where you can walk or cycle. The shore is also suitable for barbecue and you can cool off in the Isar.
The best fitness studio is the Cleverfit in Unterföhring. The advantage is that Cleverfit in Bad Mergentheim and Unterföhring belong to the same franchisee. So you can enter the Cleverfit Unterföhring as often as you like with your Cleverfit contract from Bad Mergentheim.
About 20 km from Ismaning lies the Erding thermal spa, one of the largest in Europe. The thermal spa is known nationwide and offers everything from sauna, slides to a wave pool.
The English Garden borders almost directly on Unterföhring in the north – you only have to cross the Isar river. From the accommodation in Unterföhring you are within 15 minutes walking distance to the northern part of the English Garden. The English Garden is one of the largest parks in the world and its north-south extension is more than 6 km. It takes about 1.5 hours on foot to cross from north to south. Any further south, i. e. in the direction of the city centre, the more crowded becomes the English Garden. The northern part is the quietest.
Pre-Alps & Alps
By car, you reach the edge of the Alps in one hour. Alternatively, you can also travel by train from Munich Central Station (Hauptbahnhof). There are countless possibilities here, so we only name a few. The lakes such as Kochelsee, Walchensee, Tegernsee or Schliersee offer a high recreational value. If you like hiking or mountaineering, you can find out more about worthwhile destinations on the following website http://www.muenchner-hausberge.de – If you prefer it more cultural, you can visit the Benediktbeuern Monastery, for example.