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Munich – Germany's Cultural Gem

As thе third lаrgеѕt сitу in Gеrmаnу, Munich has nоt only thе bеаutiful architecture аnd history оnе wоuld еxресt frоm a Eurореаn сitу but it also hаѕ a mоdеrn flair аnd vibrаnсу. Hеrе the аnnuаl Oktоbеrfеѕt iѕ hеld drаwing milliоnѕ оf tourist every уеаr tо еxреriеnсе thе finе culture, fооd, and beer. Thе buildings hеrе are ѕuреrblу рrеѕеrvеd despite the dаmаgе dоnе during thе Sесоnd World Wаr. Numerous intеrnаtiоnаl соmраniеѕ and univеrѕitiеѕ hаvе people flocking here frоm аrоund thе wоrld саuѕing Muniсh tо hаvе оnе оf thе highеѕt ԛuаlitiеѕ of lifе in Eurоре. Come еxрlоrе ѕоmе of the bеѕt thingѕ to ѕее and dо in thе brеаth-tаking сitу оf Muniсh.

A Shоrt Infо Abоut Munich

Munich ѕituаtеd оn thе River Iѕаr iѕ the third lаrgеѕt сitу in Germany and the сарitаl оf Bаvаriа рrоvinсе. Thе grееn сitу with аррrоximаtеlу 1.35 million реорlе wаѕ еѕtаbliѕhеd bу thе mоnkѕ of thе Benedictine order аnd iѕ nоw соnѕidеrеd аѕ оnе оf thе mоѕt liveable cities in thе world. Munich iѕ a рrеfеrrеd tоuriѕt dеѕtinаtiоn аnd here iѕ a briеf on its mаjоr аttrасtiоnѕ.

Whеrе tо Gо аnd Whаt tо Dо

Givеn bеlоw аrе thе рорulаr tоuriѕt ѕроtѕ in Muniсh:

  1. The Hоfbräuhаuѕ

    Thiѕ uѕеd to bе the Royal Brewery and hаѕ bееn аn imроrtаnt institution in thе сitу ѕinсе it wаѕ fоundеd in thе middlе оf the 17th сеnturу. It wаѕ during this timе thаt beer bесаmе a рорulаr drink in Germany. It iѕ a fun place to viѕit during your stay to dо nоthing but eat, drink аnd wаtсh livе music! Hоw muсh mоrе fun could уоu want?

  2. The Alliаnz Arеnа

    Whеn Germany hоѕtеd thе 2006 FIFA Wоrld Cuр, thiѕ ѕtаdium was built as оnе оf thе mаin аrеnаѕ fоr thе tоurnаmеnt. It iѕ also home tо FC Bауеrn Munich. The ѕtаdium ѕеаtѕ 66,000 people and the аtmоѕрhеrе inѕidе is incredible if уоu are lucky еnоugh tо get in tо wаtсh a match. Tоurѕ аrе аlѕо аvаilаblе if you аrе unаblе tо ѕее a mаtсh, аnd Muniсh hotels located nеаrbу аrе thе idеаl place to ѕtау if уоu hаvе рrе-bооkеd tickets tо a special еvеnt.

  3. Thе Alte Pinаkоthеk

    This iѕ the place tо go if you wаnt to see ѕоmе fаntаѕtiс аrt during уоur ѕtау in Muniсh. Hotels located near tо the Altе Pinаkоthеk will place уоu within еаѕу access tо explore nеаrlу 700 раintingѕ from a vаriеtу оf famous аrtiѕtѕ, inсluding аn imрrеѕѕivе соllесtiоn оf Rubens.

  4. Mаriеnрlаtz

    Thiѕ iѕ the lосаtiоn of thе old whеаt mаrkеt аnd wаѕ previously used for public еxесutiоnѕ. Nоw it iѕ simply a pleasant рubliс ѕԛuаrе where реорlе gо tо mееt up аnd sit аnd ѕосiаliѕе in оnе оf the numerous cafes in the area. If you fееl likе a brеаk аnd еnjоуing a ѕроt оf реорlе wаtсhing it is a grеаt place tо hеаd tо.

  5. Olуmрiараrk

    Aѕ thе nаmе ѕuggеѕtѕ, thiѕ ѕitе wаѕ dеvеlореd fоr thе Olympic Gаmеѕ оf 1972 hеld in the сitу. Fоr fаbulоuѕ viеwѕ, hеаd ѕtrаight to thе оbѕеrvаtiоn area in thе Olуmрiаturm, whiсh is nеаrlу 300 mеtrеѕ high. If уоu are in thе city at the right timе уоu may bе able to саtсh a muѕiс performance or еvеn a sports еvеnt.

  6. Deutsches Muѕеum

    It hаѕ аbоut 13 acres dedicated tо еxhibitiоnѕ whiсh соntаin mаnу original mасhinеѕ аѕ well аѕ еԛuiрmеntѕ, reconstructions аnd mоdеlѕ, from tеlесоmmuniсаtiоnѕ tо сlаѕѕiсаl mесhаniсѕ, frоm tесhnоlоgiеѕ fоr ѕрасе trаvеl tо fully reconstructed соаl mine! This is one of thе biggest museums of natural ѕсiеnсе аnd tесhnоlоgу in thе world. Mаnу hаndѕ on instructional aids and live demonstrations аrе ԛuitе infоrmаtivе for thе visitors.

  7. BMW Museum

    Wоrld famous "Bаvаriа Motor Wоrkѕ" (аlѕо саllеd BMW) has itѕ rооtѕ in Muniсh. Thiѕ iѕ a grеаt рlасе fоr аn automobile еnthuѕiаѕt. Thеrе аrе lots оf turbinеѕ, engines, vehicles, mоtоrсусlеѕ аnd mаnу futuristic mоdеlѕ саllеd "соnсерtѕ" оn diѕрlау. Nеаrlу 255,000 people visit thiѕ museum еvеrу year. Nearby areas hаvе mаnу good Munich hоtеlѕ.

Accommodation in Muniсh

Muniсh iѕ brimming with accommodations to ѕuit аll kindѕ of trаvеlеrѕ. Thеrе are a lоt оf uрѕсаlе hоtеlѕ аnd уоuth hоѕtеlѕ уоu can choose frоm - dереnding оn уоur budget. Yоu саn find thеѕе аlоng Sсhwаbing, Oѕtbаhnhоf, Hаuрtbаhnhоf and Sсhillеrѕtrаßеr. At night, there аrе a lot of cabarets and strip bаrѕ.

Climаtе

The сlimаtiс соnditiоnѕ аrе extreme bоth in wintеrѕ аnd ѕummеrѕ. Thе city оf Muniсh оftеn receives unеxресtеd rainfalls at аnу time аnd dау оf the year. The wintеr ѕеаѕоn starts in Dесеmbеr and rеmаinѕ uр tо March. Thе tеmреrаturе in the wintеr season can even fаllѕ below 0 dеgrееѕ in nightѕ. The сitу оf Muniсh does nоt receive most оf thе rainfalls during winter ѕеаѕоn. Summеrѕ аrе really hot in Muniсh аѕ thе tеmреrаturе саn reach uр tо 25 dеgrееѕ. Thе summer season remains frоm May tо September.

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Hofbräuhaus am Platzl

9 Platzl, 80331, München, DE
With a capacity of around 2000 seats, this beer house is not only one of the oldest in Munich, but also one of the largest. Visitors can look forward to waiters in traditional costumes, beer in giant cups and traditional schnitzels and sausage for lunch. Although it was originally built in the 16th century, the brewery as we see it today is dated much later, as most of the original construction fell victim to destruction during the Second World War. Only the beer hall has survived. The brewery is so popular with locals and tourists alike that despite their size, they can hardly find a place. Remember to have your money ready when you place your order, you will be asked to pay immediately. Before visiting, do not forget to check the official website for interesting events during your visit. The Bierhaus often hosts concerts and other musical events, with a little luck you can even enjoy traditional Bavarian songs.
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Residence Museum and Treasury

3 Max-Joseph-Platz, 80333, München, DE
This magnificent castle served as the residence of the Bavarian kings from 1508 to 1918. Since 1920 it has been open to visitors as a museum. It is well worth a visit for any history buffs, it features beautiful architecture and generously decorated rooms. Its biggest attraction, however, is the treasury. The palace is divided into two main parts. The residence museum displays extensive collections of paintings, porcelain, European bronze art and much more. In the treasury, jewels from the Wittelsbach dynasty are exhibited. Some of the items from this collection date back to the Middle Ages. Highlight are the Bavarian crown jewels and the royal insignia. There is a lot to discover and to experience in the Munich Residenz. You should definitely put it on your list.
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Nymphenburg Palace

80638 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
The palace was designed by Agostino Barelli and literally means "Castle of the Nymphs". However, no real fairies lived here. When the Bavarian royal family wanted to take a summer break in the 17th century, they would go to this residence. Today it is open to the public and is home to several historical museums. You can find such a museum in the royal stables. If you want to see the lavishly decorated golden carriage, which used to serve as a means of transport for the royals, it is important to look at it. Do not forget to take your camera with you when you visit. This is one of the few palaces where you can even use it. Leave the backpack at home, however, as carrying large items is prohibited. You can also deposit it in the lockers, which are available for free at the castle park.
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BMW Museum

2 Am Olympiapark, München
This museum is a must for any fan of automobiles, regardless of the brand. Covering an area of ​​around 5,000 square meters, the exhibition will feature exhibitions on the history of the BMW brand and a collection of the company's coolest cars and motorcycles. Sit in one of the vehicles and play a VR game that will make you feel like you're really driving or take a look at what the car's production lines look like. Note also the interesting architectural design of the museum building. Opened in 1972, what you can see today is the result of a rebuilding that took place between 2004 and 2008. The head behind the floor plan is the Vienna Professor Karl Schwanzer. Schwanzer was a major postwar architect who also designed the BMW Administration Tower for the 1972 Summer Olympics. Visit the museum's official website in advance to see if special events are taking place. The museum often organizes free jazz days or cultural days. The museum is in close proximity to the BMW headquarters, plant and its exhibition center (BMW Welt). If you are interested, you can take a tour of all these facilities and discover every detail of the precise art of automotive engineering.
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German Museum

1 Museumsinsel
Located on an island in the middle of the city, this is the largest science and technology museum in the world. Explore the collection of over 100,000 items, ranging from candelabra to submarine U1, or watch one of the interesting interactive programs that change daily. The museum, opened in 1903, consists of a large complex with a tower with barometer and a hall of fame as well as the actual building. It is divided into 35 sections spanning 6 levels. These focus on several main topics, from science to humans and the environment. Highlights include a visit to the museum's planetarium and observatory, a flight simulator in the transportation department, and a reproduction of the Altamira Cave paintings in communications. The easiest way to the museum is by public transport. Either take the S-Bahn line, get off at the Isartor stop or take the underground towards Fraunhoferstraße. By the year 2020, some of the exhibitions may be closed for remodeling. Please check the official website for more details.
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Old Pinakothek

27 Barer Straße, 80333, München, DE
The Alte Pinakothek is an art museum in the Munich art area. It is one of the oldest galleries in the world and houses one of the most famous collections of old master paintings. The name Alte Pinakothek refers to the period of the collection - from the 14th to the 18th century. In the Neue Pinakothek from 1981, the art of the 19th century is shown and modern art is shown in the Pinakothek der Moderne, which opened in 2002. All three galleries are part of the Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen, an organization of the Free State of Bavaria.
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Beer & Oktoberfest Museum

2 Sterneckerstraße, 80331, München, DE
The Beer and Oktoberfest Museum in Munich deals with the history of beer and the Munich Oktoberfest. The museum was opened on September 7, 2005 and is located in an old townhouse in the old town dating back to 1327. The staircase, which is almost 500 years old, has 43 steps and extends over four floors. On the ground floor, the history of beer and the art of brewing with extensive information and exhibits on beer culture are shown. The history of the Oktoberfest will be presented on the upper floor. On the ground floor there is also a beer stand.
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New Pinakothek

29 Barer Straße, 80799, München
The Neue Pinakothek is an art museum in Munich. His focus is on European art of the 18th and 19th centuries and is one of the most important art museums of the 19th century worldwide. Together with the Alte Pinakothek and the Pinakothek der Moderne it belongs to the Munich art area.
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Antiquarium

Residenzstraße 1, 80333 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
This spectacular hall at the heart of the Munich Residenz Museum is its oldest room. It was built in the second half of the 16th century at the orders of Duke Albrecht V, who wished to have a more representative room to display his magnificent collection of antique sculptures in. The antiquities it stored also gave the name to the entire room.
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Sports

Olympia Park

Spiridon-Louis-Ring 21, 80809 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
This park is reminiscent of the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich. Today it is a large complex that houses sports facilities where you can work out because famous athletes fight for medals where you stand but also venues (eg concert venues etc.). They can come here and (depending on the season) take part in various events (eg enjoy a movie in the summer open-air cinema, watch a fireworks display or even a performance by Cirque du Soleil). Of course, there are also organized sports events (eg ice hockey games, rugby games or various runs and marathons). More information about the events can be found in the official website calendar. Do not forget the Olympia Tower, which is almost 300m high in the park. From its viewing platform you can see the whole city of Munich.
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Olympic Stadium

Spiridon-Louis-Ring 21, 80809 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
The stadium was used in 1972 as the main location of the Summer Olympic Games. In this architectural jewel, the most prominent part of Munich's Olympic Park complex, there are now various sports games and open-air concerts. The stadium was designed by Günter Behnisch, the author of the West German Parliament in Bonn, and built in a crater left by a bomb from the Second World War. At the height of his fame, it could hold up to 80,000 people. While the number has declined somewhat, today more than 69,000 people can go to his premises. Since its construction, more than 50 million visitors have passed the gates. For those arriving by car, parking is available on the parking deck of the Olympic Tower and the Olympic Ice Sport Center.
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Allianz Arena

25 Werner-Heisenberg-Allee, 80939, München, DE
Allianz Arena is a football stadium in Munich, Bavaria, Germany with a 75,000 seating capacity. Widely known for its exterior of inflated ETFE plastic panels, it is the first stadium in the world with a full colour changing exterior. Located at 25 Werner-Heisenberg-Allee at the northern edge of Munich's Schwabing-Freimann borough on the Fröttmaning Heath, it is the second-largest arena in Germany behind Westfalenstadion in Dortmund. FC Bayern Munich has played its home games at the Allianz Arena since the start of the 2005–06 season. The club had previously played their home games at the Munich Olympic Stadium since 1972. 1860 Munich previously had a 50% share in the stadium, but Bayern Munich purchased their shares for €11 million in April 2006. The arrangement allowed 1860 Munich to play at the stadium while retaining no ownership until 2025.
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Surfer's Site at the Eisbach

Surfing in the middle of an inland city? Why not! There are even rather powerful waves (about one meter high), so if like to surf and aren't a strict salt water-only purist, check out the surfer's site on the small, man-made Eisbach river. Surfing here has been officially permitted since 2010.
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Prater Island

Praterinsel 3, 80538 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
This 3,6 hectares large island lies in the river Isar. It is a charming place, as well as a busy cultural venue. There are two imposing exhibition halls - the Orangerie and the Füllhalle, as well as a lively beach club called Tango. Visit for the concerts, exhibitions and various other cultural events happening here.
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Dantebad

17 Postillonstraße, 80637, München, DE
Dantebad is an aquatics venue located in the greater Munich, Germany area. During the 1972 Summer Olympics, it hosted preliminaries for the water polo competition. The venue was considered as host for the swimming and diving competition when Munich was awarded the games in 1966, but was not up to standards for FINA who only allowed those competitions to be indoors.
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Grünwalder Stadion

Städtisches Stadion an der Grünwalder Straße is a multi-purpose stadium in Munich, Germany. It was built in 1911 and was the home ground for 1860 Munich until 1995. Local rival Bayern Munich also played in the stadium from 1926 until 1972, when they moved to the new Olympiastadion. Nowadays it is the home ground of the second teams and the U–19 teams of Bayern and 1860. As of the start of the 2013–14 Bundesliga season, FC Bayern Munich also play their home matches at the ground. Since 1860 Munich was relegated from 2.Bundesliga to Regionalliga Bayern at the end of the 2016/2017 season, the senior team returned to the stadium. The largest crowd was 58,560 in 1948 at a game between TSV 1860 Munich and 1. FC Nürnberg.
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Rudi-Sedlmayer-Halle

74 Grasweg, 81373
Rudi-Sedlmayer-Halle, also known by its sponsorship name of Audi Dome, is an indoor arena located in Sendling-Westpark, Munich, Germany. It was initially named after the president of the Bavarian State Sport Association. The 6,700-seat hall opened in 1972 to host basketball events for the 1972 Summer Olympics. The arena has been the regular home venue of Bayern Munich basketball club since 2011.
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Oberschleißheim Regatta Course

The Regattastrecke Oberschleißheim is a rowing venue situated in Oberschleißheim near München in Germany. It was built for the rowing and canoeing events of the 1972 Summer Olympics, and has since hosted numerous world rowing events.
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Restaraunts

The Victuals Market

Viktualienmarkt 3, 80331 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
This market is the most popular outdoor market in Munich. Covering more than 20,000 square meters, it offers a wide range of products, from fresh fruit and vegetables to traditional Bavarian food (such as Schweinshax'n and bacon), cheese, seafood or herbs. Some say there are no better sausages than the ones you can buy at Viktualienmarkt. Do not forget to visit the local beer garden. The market in the old town of Munich dates back to the early 19th century. At that time, an older market, originally located on Marienplatz, moved here because the original premises were no longer big enough. Destroyed almost during the Second World War, the market survived only because of its popularity with the locals. Today it serves as a focal point for fresh food, but also as the scene of many festivals and events, such as the brewery day or the gardening day. Due to its continued popularity, consider visiting as early as possible if you want to avoid large crowds.
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Zum Alten Markt

3 Dreifaltigkeitsplatz, 80331, München
This charming house with history houses a charming, cozy and traditional Bavarian restaurant. The old, contemporary atmosphere is enhanced only by the thoughtful details - such as the warm wood panel or the various animal cups on the walls. The kitchen is also excellent. So if you are at the Viktualienmarket looking for a place to relax, go to this restaurant. Do not forget to book in advance.
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Maximilianstrasse

Maximilianstrasse, 80538 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
The Maximilianstraße in Munich is one of the city's four royal avenues next to the Brienner Straße, the Ludwigstraße and the Prinzregentenstraße. It starts at Max-Joseph-Platz, where the Residenz and the National Theatre are situated, and runs east-west. Planned and begun in 1850 by King Maximilian II of Bavaria, the street takes his name. The lead architect was Friedrich Bürklein. Today, Maximilianstraße has the distinction of the highest retail rents in Germany.
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Olympia Tower

7 Spiridon-Louis-Ring, 80809, München, DE
The Olympic Tower in the Olympic Park, Munich has an overall height of 291 m and a weight of 52,500 tons. At a height of 190 m there is an observation platform as well as a small rock and roll museum housing various memorabilia, which is signposted as "Rock Museum" outside the entrance. Since its opening in 1968, the tower has registered over 35 million visitors. At a height of 182 m there is a revolving restaurant, which seats 230 people. A full revolution takes 53 minutes. The tower also serves as a broadcast tower, and has one Deutsche Telekom maintenance elevator with a speed of 4 m/s, as well as two visitor lifts with a speed of 7 m/s which have a capacity of about 30 people per car. The travel time is about 30 seconds. The tower is open daily from 09:00 to 24:00. There is a concept of making Virtual Reality weather timelapse service from Olympiaturm. In case it were implemented, it would become the first tower worldwide with such function.
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Five Courts Shopping Mall

Theatinerstraße 11, 80333 München, Germany
The Shopping mall Fünf Höfe in the center of Munich was created from 1998 to 2003 after the coring of a HypoVereinsbank building complex. In 2004, the Fünf Höfe was sold to DIFA and since then the official name has been CityQuartier Fünf Höfe.
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Hirschgarten Beer Garden

1 Hirschgartenallee, 80639, München, DE
The Hirschgarten, formally the Königlicher Hirschgarten, is a restaurant in Munich. The restaurant is noted for its beer garden, which is the largest in Munich and probably the largest in the world. It has seating for over 8000 people.The restaurant dates back to 1791.
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Japanese Teahouse

4 Königinstraße, 80539, München, DE
A symbol of peace and friendship between Germany and Japan, this wonderful teahouse brings a piece of the Orient to the heart of Munich. The teahouse building itself is a gift, donated to the city of Munich by the city of Saporo, Japan, in 1972. Today, it is a popular part of the English Garden. You can even enjoy a proper Japanese tea ceremony here.
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Augustiner Bräustuben

19 Landsberger Straße, 80339, München, DE
Augustiner-Bräu is a brewery in Munich, Germany. Established in 1328, it is Munich's oldest independent brewery. The company is owned by the Edith Haberland Wagner Trust 51% and the Inselkammer-Family 49%.
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Grain Market

15 Viktualienmarkt, 80331, München, DE
Now called Eataly, this recently renovated market hall sells every and any good Italian food-related thing you could imagine. There are restaurants, pizzerias, wineries, as well as a number of classy shops that offer high quality cooking ingredients. If fancy boutiques aren't your thing though, do not fret. There is plenty of foodstuffs to be picked from at the great market hall itself, too.
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Going Out

National Theatre Munich

2 Max-Joseph-Platz, 80539, München, DE
One of the five best operas in the world. It is run by the Bavarian State Opera, but also houses the Bavarian State Orchestra and the Bavarian State Ballet. The building we see today is the third theater in the same place. The first was built in 1823 and burned to the ground. The second theater was destroyed in an air raid in 1943, the third was completed in 1963 and remains until today. The theater was the scene of many world premieres, such as Wagner's Tristan and Isolde in 1865, Die Walküre in 1870 or Strauss' Friedenstag in 1938. Today you can enjoy various operas, ballets, concerts, festivals and more in this beautiful neoclassical building. You can reach us by trams 19 and N19, Station Nationaltheater.
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Teresa Meadow

80336 München, Germany
Theresienwiese is an open space in the Munich borough of Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt. It serves as the official ground of the Munich Oktoberfest. A space of 420,000 square metres, it is bordered in the west by the Ruhmeshalle and the Bavaria statue, symbolizing the State of Bavaria, and in the east by Esperantoplatz, a square named for the international language Esperanto. There, a memorial commemorates the victims of the 1980 Oktoberfest bombing. Bavariaring, an orbital road, provides access to visiting traffic. In the north the towers of St. Paul are visible.
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Hard Rock Café Munich

1 Platzl, 80331, München, DE
The Munich branch of the worldwide Hard Rock Café chain of restaurants. Come and have a taste of their delicious burgers, delectable steaks and yummy roast ribs - all served in generous portions. The hamburgers in particular come in a number of varieties, they even have a veggie one.
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Löwenbräukeller

2 Nymphenburger Straße, 80335
Löwenbräukeller is located in Maxvorstadt, Munich, Bavaria, Germany. It was used as a substitute site for the anniversaries of the 1923 Beer Hall Putsch, after a 1939 assassination attempt on Adolf Hitler by Georg Elser rendered the original site, the nearby Bürgerbräukeller unusable.
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Viktualienmarkt

9 Viktualienmarkt, 80331, München, DE
As the name suggests, this beer garden is located inside the famous food market. Come here to taste beer from all six Munich's breweries and to have some traditional Bavarian dishes. The garden, which was opened in 1970, has the capacity of 600 seats. Since it's usually packed with people though, don't take a free place to sit at for granted.
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Schwabing Quarter

Schwabing, 80802 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Schwabing is a borough in the northern part of Munich, the capital of the German state of Bavaria. It is divided into the city borough 4 and the city borough 12. The main boulevard is Leopoldstraße. For further information on the Munich boroughs, see: Boroughs of Munich.
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Circus Krone

43 Marsstraße, 80335, München, DE
Circus Krone, based in Munich, is one of the largest circuses in Europe and one of the few in Western Europe to also occupy a building.
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Augustiner-Keller

52 Arnulfstraße, 80335, München, DE
Delicious, traditional Bavarian cuisine, homely atmosphere, plenty of chances to meet the locals and an impressively large hall at the ready should you feel the need to savour your beer and meal indoors - this beer garden has it all. Despite their emphasis on tradition, you can also order a veggie meal or something light here. The Augustine Keller offers only food made from local seasonal products.
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Cuvilliés Theatre

Residenzstrasse 1, 80333 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
The Cuvilliés Theatre or Old Residence Theatre is the former court theatre of the Residenz in Munich, Bavaria, Germany.
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Hiking

St. Peter's Church

1 Petersplatz, 80331, München
The existence of this church dates back to the 8th century, when there was a monastery on the site of today's church. Since then, the church has been restored and rebuilt many times, and it comes as no surprise that it is a mixture of architectural styles (Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque), making it all the more interesting. As for the interior, be sure to check out the many paintings that adorn it, as well as the high altar by Erasmus Grasser. If you visit the church, you should go up the tower (climb almost 300 steps), from where you can enjoy a spectacular view of the city.
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Nymphenburg Palace Park

Schloss Nymphenburg, 80638 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
This 180-hectare park surrounds a palace of the same name. In this place of relaxation, popular with tourists and locals alike, visitors can take a walk in the symmetrically landscaped gardens, as well as the less organized forest park. If you are careful, you can also see a deer, a rabbit or a fox here. Originally a small baroque garden of the royal family, the French-style park was converted into a landscaped garden with gazebos, fountains and two lakes. The works and adjustments in the garden have taken almost 2 centuries, from the opening 1633 to 1865, when the last Monopteros (a small pavilion in classical style) was built. The best time to visit the park is from Easter to mid-October, between 10 am and 12 noon, or between 2 pm and 4 pm, because at that time the garden's many fountains are running.
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Court Garden

Hofgartenstraße, 80538 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
The Hofgarten is a garden in the center of Munich between the residence and the English Garden.
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Munich Residenz

The Residenz in central Munich is the former royal palace of the Wittelsbach monarchs of Bavaria. The Residenz is the largest city palace in Germany and is today open to visitors for its architecture, room decorations, and displays from the former royal collections. The complex of buildings contains ten courtyards and displays 130 rooms. The three main parts are the Königsbau, the Alte Residenz and the Festsaalbau. A wing of the Festsaalbau contains the Cuvilliés Theatre since the reconstruction of the Residenz after World War II. It also houses the Herkulessaal, the primary concert venue for the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra. The Byzantine Court Church of All Saints at the east side is facing the Marstall, the building for the former Court Riding School and the royal stables.
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New Botanical Garden

65 Menzinger Straße, 80638, München, DE
The garden is especially beautiful in spring, when all the flowers bloom. A great place to finish your visit to the castle.
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Munich Animal Park Hellabrun

30 Tierparkstraße, 81543, München, DE
Hellabrunn Zoo is a 40 hectare zoological garden in the Bavarian capital of Munich. The zoo is situated on the right bank of the river Isar, in the southern part of Munich near the quarter of Thalkirchen. As the groundwater level here is rather high and the water is of very good quality, the zoo can cover its needs for freshwater by using its own wells. A high ratio of enclosures are cageless, relying upon moat features to keep the animals in place. The zoo was the first zoo in the world not organized by species, but also by geographical aspects. For example, the wood bison share their enclosure with prairie dogs.
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Amalienburg

Schloß Nymphenburg, 80638 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
The Amalienburg is an elaborate hunting lodge in the grounds of Nymphenburg Palace, Munich, in southern Germany. It was constructed in 1734–1739 by François de Cuvilliés, in Rococo style, for the later Holy Roman Emperor Charles VII and his wife, Maria Amalia of Austria.
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Pagodenburg

Schloss Nymphenburg, 80638 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
This curious little building is a part of the Nymphenburg Palace park. Although it isn't too apparent on the outside, the Pagodenburg is inspired by the architecture of South Asia. Just take a look inside the building, erected in at the beginning of the 18th century. You will find ceiling decorations in Indian style, as well as some clearly Chinese style panels.
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Blutenburg Castle

15 Seldweg, 81247, München, DE
Blutenburg Castle is an old ducal country seat in the west of Munich, Germany, on the banks of river Würm.
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Playing

Munich Marionette Theatre

32 Blumenstraße, 80331, München, DE
Münchner Marionettentheater is a theatre in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. It's known as the oldest, not-mobil puppetry in the German-speaking countries. It's chaired by puppeteer Siegfried Böhmke since 2000.
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Relaxing

English Garden

Relaxed walks through well-tended gardens? Beer gardens? Or sunbathe naked like a jay? If any or all of these things interest you, do not forget to pay a visit to this famous garden. The English Garden covers more than 900 square kilometers, making it the largest in Munich. It was built towards the end of the 18th century to the design of the British landscape architect Benjamin Johnson - hence the name English Garden. If you are interested in the eccentric highlights of the garden, you just have to look for the Schönfeldwiese. Here you will most often find some naked sunbathers. For those who want to enjoy a good drink instead, there are a total of four beer gardens. You can find them at the foot of the Chinese Tower, in the Japanese Teahouse, in the restaurant Zum Aumeister and next to the Kleinhesseloher Lake.
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Old Botanical Garden

Elisenstraße, 80335 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Two centuries ago, this oasis of tranquility was a botanical garden. Nowadays it is a popular park and is conveniently located in the middle of the old town. The Old Botanical Garden designed by Frederick Louis Sckell was opened in 1814. He only served as a garden for the next hundred years. After the construction of the New Botanical Garden, the Old Garden was rebuilt in 1914 to a park that has been preserved to this day.
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Königsplatz, Munich

Königsplatz is a square in Munich, Germany. Built in the style of European Neoclassicism in the 19th century, it is a center of cultural life. The area around Königsplatz is today the home to the Kunstareal, Munich's gallery and museum quarter.
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Feldmochinger Lake

If you fancy a swim or just a nice walk, make sure to visit Munich's largest lake. Getting into the water is very easy here.
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Shopping

Kaufinger Street

Kaufingerstrasse, 80331 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
You can not miss this place, whether you like it or not. Kaufinger Straße is one of the busiest streets in Munich with many shops and facilities for tourists and locals. Located in the center of this amazing city, the area offers everything you need for a shopping trip. Here you will find various brand stores, such as H & M, C & A, Zara, Orsay, Karstadt and more. In addition to clothing, you can also visit numerous cafes and restaurants to refresh after a long day. You can reach us with the S-Bahn S1-S8 or with the underground lines U3 and U6, station Marienplatz.
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Gärtnerplatz Quarter

This city district is named after the Gärtnerplatz square, that lies at its very heart. It is well known for a vibrant LGBTQ+ community, that has been growing here since 2012, concentrated around the pubs and gay bars along Müllerstraße. For the more religiously-inclined tourists, there is also a Christian church and a Jewish synagogue.
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Oberpollinger

18 Neuhauser Straße, München
Opened in 1905, this department store is one of the most memorable landmarks in Munich, offering a wide selection of lifestyle goods. A true heaven of the fashion-lover, it is easily recognizable by its unique design - three "separate" houses linked together by a joined roof. The place itself has undergone numerous reconstructions, the latest being an addition of a new floor in 2017.
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Schelling Street

Schellingstrasse, 80798 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
The pulsating heart of the student district, this street is lined with quirky shops and atmospheric cafés. Although it is only 1,9 kilometres long, it has served as a popular meeting place for many renowned artists, poets and thinkers. Most of them, including Lenin, Bertolt Brecht and Franz Josef Strauss visited the Schelling Salon.
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State Collections of Antiques

1 Königsplatz
The Staatliche Antikensammlungen is a museum in Munich's Kunstareal holding Bavaria's collections of antiquities from Greece, Etruria and Rome, though the sculpture collection is located in the opposite Glyptothek and works created in Bavaria are on display in a separate museum. Ancient Egypt also has its own museum.
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Leopold Street

Leopoldstrasse, 80802 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Leopoldstraße is a street in the Munich districts Maxvorstadt, Schwabing and Milbertshofen. It is a major boulevard, and the main street of the Schwabing district. It is a continuation of Ludwigstraße, the boulevard of King Ludwig I of Bavaria, north of the Siegestor.
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Schack Gallery

9 Prinzregentenstraße, 80538, München, DE
The Schackgalerie is a museum in Munich. It is one of the noted galleries in this city. The museum under supervision of the Bavarian State Picture Collection.
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Wedekind Square

The centre of Old Schwabing and therefore the Bohemian centre. Look out for the small shops, quirky bars and indie theatres.
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Weekly Markets in Munich

Guardinistraße
The weekly markets in Munich, Germany, are an important source of food to the residents of the city. The population of the city is provided with groceries by 41 weekly markets, including farmers’ markets and organic-food markets on a daily basis. These markets can be found all over Munich.
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Sightseeing

Mary's Square

Marienplatz, 80331 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
The square was for centuries the beating heart of the city (since 1158). His name comes from the Marian column, which stands since 1638 in the middle of the square. The most impressive building is the New Town Hall from the 19th century. Nearby is the 14th-century Old Town Hall. For the greater part of its existence, the square was at the center of Munich's cultural life (eg markets were organized there). Today the place is still a lively place where many tourists arrive every day. Especially at Christmas it is especially invigorated when Christmas markets are organized with many souvenir shops and mulled wine shops.
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Church of Our Lady

Frauenplatz, 80331, München, DE
This church overlooks the rest of the cityscape and offers its visitors one of the best views one could wish for. It is also one of the city's most famous landmarks. Make a note of the footprint on one of the tiles on the floor. It should belong to the devil himself. The construction of the church dates back to the 15th century. Built in Gothic and Renaissance style, it replaced an older church that stood in its place. Its impressive two towers are each at an altitude of almost 99 meters. Interestingly, the south tower is a few inches shorter than the north tower. The easiest way to the church is by public transport. Get off at the Marienplatz stop.
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New Town Hall

München, DE
A true neo-Gothic masterpiece and a breathtaking sight. Note the richly decorated facade of the Wittelsbacher. The observation deck offers a magnificent view of the city and Marienplatz, a must, even if you are not on architecture. Although most of the building is used as an office, there is a tourist information office and a restaurant on the ground and lower levels. Its location is perfect if you want to spend a nice afternoon outdoors, thanks to the many cafes, restaurants and shops nearby. You can reach us by bus (station Marienplatz) or by subway (station Karlsplatz, lines U4 and U5) in about 12 minutes on foot.
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Carillon at the New Town Hall

Marienplatz 8, 80331 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
This carillon, which is located in the tower of the New Town Hall on Marienplatz, is one of Munich's landmarks and a popular tourist destination. It is also the largest carillon in Germany. Three times a day, figures appear as the bells on the tower ring and tell stories from the city's history. The carillon was added to the tower in 1908 as part of a second construction phase. It consists of a small two-storey stage, on each floor a different story is shown, all linked to a 16th-century duke called Wilhelm and his wife Renata of Lorraine. There are 3 main motives: a wedding, a tournament and a dance. To play them, the carillon uses a total of 43 bells and 32 figures. The first performance of the day will take place at 11am, followed by another repetition at noon and in summer at 5pm.
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The Maximilianeum

1 Max-Planck-Straße, 81675, München, DE
Located at the end of Maximilianstraße, this castle has served as the seat of the Bavarian Landtag since 1949. The construction of this grandiose architectural gem in neo-Gothic style began in 1857 at the behest of King Maximilian II. Due to complications, it took almost 20 years until it was finished and the work was not completed until 1874. Originally it should become a foundation for a gifted student foundation. However, the building as you see it today is a much younger date. In 1958 and 1964 wings were added to the palace, which had to be rebuilt after the Second World War. Last additions were made in 2012. If you have some time, visit the Maximilianeum at sunset or after dark. The building is especially magnificently illuminated by lights.
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The Karlstor

Karlsplatz, 80335 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
What used to be a city wall in Munich is today one of the three surviving Gothic city gates that open directly into the historic center of this beautiful city and flow into Karlsplatz. The area is always crowded with people - locals and tourists alike, strolling the streets, shopping in cafes, restaurants or just shopping in the many small shops and boutiques. It really is one of the largest shopping streets and conveys a real Munich flair. Initially called the Neuhauser gate, the gate was renamed in 1797 after Karl Theodor. It had three towers, one of which was destroyed in 1857 by a gunpowder explosion. It only takes a few minutes walk from Central Station so it does not take much time to see this lively and lively place.
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Old Town Hall

Marienplatz 15, 80331 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Located on the eastern side of Marienplatz, this majestic town hall, as old as the 13th century, has certainly seen its share in the fickle finger of destiny at work. Today it enjoys a modest reputation as one of the city's best vantage points. It also houses the city's Toy Museum, so do not miss to visit it if you or your kids like dolls, stuffed animals or railroad models. Although it was only the seat of the City Council until 1874, it still serves as a prestigious venue for major city events, as well as for the needs of the city council and the mayor of the state capital.
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St. Michael's Church

6 Neuhauser Straße, 80331, München, DE
This confusing Jesuit church contains the royal tomb of the Wittelsbach dynasty. A must for every lover of history or architecture. The monumental building is the largest Renaissance church outside Italy. The church was built in two phases. Initially, an unknown architect was led between 1583 and 1588. After the newly built tower of the church collapsed in 1590, the second phase began. The result of the exhausting work, which ended in 1597, is the magnificent vault of the church. It is supposedly the second largest vault in Europe.
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St. Ludwig's Church

Ludwigstrasse 22, 80539 Munich, Bavaria, Germany
The Catholic parish and university church St. Louis, Ludwigskirche, in Munich is a monumental church in the neo-Romanesque style with the second largest altar fresco in the world. The building with its round arches, called round arch style, strongly influenced the church architecture, railway stations and synagogues in Germany and the USA.
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Traveling

Munich Main Railway Station

München, DE
Munich Central Station is the main station of the city of Munich. It is one of the three main train stations in Munich, the others are Munich East and Munich-Pasing. Munich Central Station sees around 450,000 passengers a day, making it comparable to other major train stations in Germany such as Hamburg Central Station and Frankfurt Central Station. It is classified by the Deutsche Bahn as a category 1 station, one of 21 in Germany and two in Munich, the other is Munich East. The main station is a terminus with 32 platforms. The underground S-Bahn with 2 platforms and subway stations with 6 platforms are transit stations. The first Munich railway station was built in 1839 about 800 meters west. A station at its current location was opened in 1849 and rebuilt numerous times, including as a replacement for the heavily damaged in World War II central station building.
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Munich-Riem Airport

7 Konrad-Zuse-Platz, 81829, München
Munich-Riem Airport was the international airport of Munich, the capital city of Bavaria and third-largest city of Germany. It was closed down on 16 May 1992, the day before the new Munich Airport commenced operations. It was located near the old village of Riem in the borough of Trudering-Riem in the east of Munich. The area has been redeveloped into Messestadt Riem, a new borough consisting of housing projects, a shopping mall, recreation areas and the new convention center Munich Trade Fair.
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Zentraler Omnibusbahnhof München

80335, München
Zentraler Omnibusbahnhof München is a central bus station located in Maxvorstadt, Munich, Bavaria, Germany. The terminal has an area of 17,221 square metres. The bus station was established on 11 September 2009 and is a major transportation hub for bus and train with national and international traffic. The bus station also has spacious offices and retail space for retailers that give it an airport-like character. The nearest S-Bahn station is Munich Hackerbrücke station.
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Munich Karlsplatz station

München Karlsplatz is an underground S-Bahn and U-Bahn station below the Karlsplatz in central Munich. It is one of the busiest stations in Munich, as it is located at the western end of Munich's Altstadt.Karlsplatz is also a stop on the Munich tramway, located on the Altstadtring, the Old Town's periphery road. This stop is served by routes , , , , , , , and .The underground facilities were built as part of the S-Bahn tunnel through central Munich in the early 1970s.
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Munich East station

München Ost is a railway station in Munich, the state capital of Bavaria, Germany. It opened as Haidhausen station in 1871 on the new Munich–Mühldorf and Munich–Rosenheim railway lines. The station is operated by DB Station&Service, a subsidiary of Deutsche Bahn AG, and is classified as a Category 1 station, one of 21 in Germany and two in Munich, the other being München Hauptbahnhof. It is the city's third interregional station besides München Hauptbahnhof in the city centre and München-Pasing in the west.
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Fröttmaning

Fröttmaning is an U-Bahn station in Munich on the U6 line of the Munich U-Bahn system. It serves the Allianz Arena and was opened on 30 June 1994.
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Munich Pasing station

München-Pasing is a railway station with nine platforms situated in the west of Munich. It is the third-largest station in Munich, after München Hauptbahnhof and München Ost.
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Munich Karlsplatz station

München Karlsplatz is an underground S-Bahn and U-Bahn station below the Karlsplatz in central Munich. It is one of the busiest stations in Munich, as it is located at the western end of Munich's Altstadt.Karlsplatz is also a stop on the Munich tramway, located on the Altstadtring, the Old Town's periphery road. This stop is served by routes , , , , , , , and .The underground facilities were built as part of the S-Bahn tunnel through central Munich in the early 1970s.
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Hotels

Motel One

28 Herzog-Wilhelm-Straße, 80331, München, DE
Motel One is a German low-budget hotel chain. It was founded in 2000 by the former Accor manager Dieter Müller in Munich and is now run by him and his wife Ursula Schelle-Müller.
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Gasthof Sollner Hof

65 Herterichstraße, 81479, München, DE

Motel One München-Deutsches Museum

2 Rablstraße, 81669, München

ibis München City Arnulfpark

55 Arnulfstraße, 80636, München

Buddy

2 Sonnenstraße, 80331, München, DE

aloft Hotel

37 Bayerstraße, 80335, München, DE

Jägers Hotel - Hostel Mc Bed‎

3 Senefelderstraße, 80336, München, DE

Hotel Königshof

25 Karlsplatz, 80335, München, DE

Hotel Gästehaus Englischer Garten

8 Liebergesellstraße, 80802, München, DE