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Geretsried is a town in the district Bad Tolz Wolfratshausen, located in Bavaria, Germany. The town is the most populated in the district, with 24.177 inhabitants as of 15 September 1999. Geretsried was first mentioned in 1083. In the early years, it served a little more than a group of farms along the postal route between Munich and Innsbruck. In 1937 two munitions factories were built, Dynamit Aktien Gesellschaft and Deutsche Sprengchemie in the Burroughs of what is today Geretsried. Towards the end of the war, these factories employed slave and foreign labourers. Today, the remains of storage bunkers, adminsitrative buildings, and other remains are scattered throughout the town.

Top Attractions Within Geretsried

Ratsstuben Restaurant is a very charming restaurant in Geretsried, with a nice atmosphere and good service. The food is delicious and it consists in dishes from around the world. Everything is fresh and made on the spot, by the chef. It takes a little while until the order is ready, but the wait is certainly worth it. The portions are big and you will surely be satisfied.

Geretsried Pizza Service is the best place in town where you can eat the best pizza in town. It is the oldest pizza supplier in town and that is why so many people enjoy coming here and eating a wide range of pizzas. The venue is great, the ambiance is very pleasant and the staff very friendly. The doors of the kitchen are always open, so you can see what is going on there. Pizza is quickly made and is it absolutely delicious.

St Peter's Church is located near Geretsried, in Munich and it is the oldest church in the district. Before the actual church was built, there had been a pre-Merovingian church on the site. At the end of the 12th century, a new church in the Bavarian Romanesque style was consecrated, and expanded in Gothic style shortly before the great fire in 1327. The Church is a wonderful place to visit and must not be missed.