Nobel Prize winner for literature, great German writer Thomas Mann spent his summers with his family in Bad Tölz in the period from 1909 to 1917. There he enjoyed the wonderful climate and collected ideas for new novels. His house -a villa with a small park -was preserved. The writer called this house an island of tranquility. It is here that Mann wrote his best works, including the chapters of the novel "The Magic Mountain" and the novella "Death in Venice".
The villa is in an excellent condition and has the status of a historical monument. However, it belongs to a private person, so you cannot enter the mansion. You can only wander around and enjoy the harmony of nature and home.