Leisure & surrounding area

Around Munich

Munich city center is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. A walk across the Viktualienmarkt, which has been offering regional specialties for 200 years, is a must. There are other sights in the old town of Munich, such as the Frauenkirche, Marienplatz and Theatinerstrasse, which are well worth a visit. Even on business trips, it is worth planning time for a visit to the museum. Munich also offers countless shopping and leisure opportunities. The surrounding area abounds with castles and scenic lakes to explore.

Discover Upper Bavaria

You will be enchanted


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The Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt and the adjacent old town of Munich offer a wealth of culinary delights. From simple but modern restaurants with international cuisine to the city’s famous breweries and starred restaurants, there is something for every taste. Try refined dishes from the Mediterranean region or taste delicious Bavarian delicacies in one of the many beer gardens. You can also find an original Italian pizza here. The variety of gastronomy in Munich is unique in Bavaria.

Sightseeing features

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The sights in the center of Munich are fascinating and make the city a place you will not soon forget. Once you have experienced the historical charm of the old town, you will remember it forever. From the hotel you can easily reach the entire city center on foot. Stroll along the Stachus and explore the pedestrian zone or go for a stroll through the lively Glockenbachviertel. Within about 30 minutes on foot you can reach the German Museum and the English Garden. If you would like to visit Nymphenburg Palace, you can get there from the main train station in just 25 minutes by tram or S-Bahn.


around Munich

The picturesque landscape of Upper Bavaria stretches only a few kilometers outside of Munich. Known for its breathtaking nature and countless bathing lakes, the area is a popular destination for locals and visitors alike. The lakes and rivers of Bavaria are fed by small mountain streams and are usually particularly clear and clean as they rise close to the mountains. During the hot months, swimming and sunbathing in the lakes is a popular pastime for locals.


around Munich

The city and its surroundings offer a variety of exciting opportunities to spend an active holiday. If you like sports, you can play golf, cycle or hike while enjoying the breathtaking panorama of the northern Alps. The city is also a cultural hotspot with numerous theatres, concert halls and museums making for a rich arts and culture scene. Whether you prefer to jump on your bike and really work out or listen to a world-class orchestra in the Philharmonie – the decision is entirely yours.