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- Munich City Centre
- Allianz Arena
- Karlsplatz - Stachus
- New Fair Munich
- BMW World
- Deutsches Museum
- International Congress Center Munich
- Olympic Park
- English Garden
- Town Hall of Marienplatz
- Munich Order Center (MOC)
- Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich
- Sendlinger Tor
Where to stay in Munich
Historical buildings for history buffs, world-class museums for culture buffs and contagious festivals for every visitor makes Munich a one-stop wonder of a city. If you’re searching Munich for accommodation, try hotels near Mariennplatz, one of Germany’s many highlights.
As an international hub for business, engineering and medicine, visitors can expect a highly developed city with great infrastructure, making attractions hunting hardly anything to worry about. Explore the curious sights and iconic factories to find out how this prosperous city has become such a tourist hotspot.
Accommodations in Munich
There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Munich is the Hotel Residence Starnberger See, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Pension Bernhardhof in Munich as it has been reserved 5 times.
Sightseeing in Munich
Study and observe architecture of old at Nymphenburg Palace, a palace that accommodation to Bavarian kings. The architecture is a blend of Italian and French, making it a great photo opportunity for those seeking uniqueness. The 200-hectare park that surrounds the palace houses several other museums that are just as worth visiting, which makes this place more than enough for a full day’s itinerary.
If you’re in the mood for something a little closer to nature, then parks like Englischer Garten is a definite must-see. Larger than New York’s Central Park and London’s Hyde Park, this is a great place for peaceful strolls or to simply relax while having a cool beer at one of the many beer gardens around. There are creeks and lakes that provide great scenery and sightseeing under brilliant afternoon light.
Transportation in Munich
Franz Josef Strauss International Airport (MUC) is the main gateway via plane, which is connected to the city by train. Trains here are fast, frequent and reach the city within 40 minutes. For those coming in by train, Munich Central Station is located in the centre of Munich, and has high-speed TGV-connections to places like Paris and Strasbourg. Those driving in can use the German autobahn network, mainly routes A8, A9, A92, A94, A95 and A96.
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