Villa Am Schlosspark is an affordable choice with rates from only 181US$ per night. Downtown Munich is home to numerous budget hotels, like Gastehaus Am Rptc and City Hotel Muenchen, that provide a 15-minute walking distance to Pinguine. Hostels like the budget-friendly My Hostel are a perfect fit, as it is within a short walking distance of Eyup Sultan Camii Moschee and offers a free parking lot and a free private parking lot. Hi Munich Park Youth Hostel is a humble choice with a golf course, hiking and cycling situated a 5-minute walk from Obersendling metro station.
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Where to stay in Munich?
Best cheap hotels in Munich
Munich airports & Subway stations
Travelers to Munich on business can opt to stay at Hilton Munich Airport which is 650 feet from Munich airport. If you would like to have a fast and easy access to many parts of Munich, select a hotel next to the metro station, such as the 5-star Louis Hotel situated less than 850 feet away from Marienplatz metro station. To stay near Hackerbrücke train station, look into VI Vadi Hotel Bayer 89, which puts you within a short walk of it.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Hotels such as Hotel Am Viktualienmarkt and An Der Oper put you right in the thick of the action in Munich's city center. An option near the city center is Premium City Apartment next to Karlstor. If you're planning a family trip to Munich consider a stay at Pension Prinz apartment in Thalkirchen - Obersendling - Forstenried - Fürstenried - Solln district which features a golf course, hiking and free parking.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Munich
Design Hotel Stadt Rosenheim and Marc Munchen (Adults Only) are some popular luxury hotels in Munich that can be found not far from Residence Museum. Choose The Flushing Meadows Hotel near Citizen's Hall Church, a popular boutique hotel that has a patio, skiing and a sun terrace. Another option is to check out the rates and amenities at the chain hotels, such as Rivoli or Carmen, close to Asamkirche.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're traveling with your family around Munich and need a suitable apartment, opt for Pension Mona Lisa, just a 5-minute walk from Pequeno restaurant. Hotel Pension Schmellergarten is a great B&B with views of the sea, situated within a short walk of Islamische Gemeinschaft Dzemat Tevhid e.V.. If you'd like a hotel with family-oriented facilities, Bold Hotel Munchen Zentrum in Ludwigsvorstadt district is a good option. Mercure Hotel Muenchen City Center is a popular resort to stay in Munich, it comes with a sauna, a Jacuzzi and a solarium as well as views of the sea.
City Guide: Discover the best of Munich
It's a place where everyone wishes they could live, that's about Munich.
It is within Munich that the best beer culture in the world can be found, the most impressive views in Europe can be taken and the most outstanding museums can be visited. This is a city where the array of museums outranks Berlin and students come to compete for a place in the second largest university in Germany.
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Munich is primarily associated with as the home of the world-famous Oktoberfest, which attracts travelers of all types from backpackers on.
But, Munich is not all about beer-fuelled entertainment. It has a cultural-scene that is second to none and is a city with a knack for producing celebrities. It is a famed city that saw the first steps of Johann Michael Fischer, Albrecht Dürer, architects Barelli and Zuccalli, Franz von Lenbach and Wassily Kandinsky.
The largest federal state in Germany and the third most populated city with 1.3 million inhabitants, Munich is going to take you more than a while to take in. Attractions include;
- Frauenkirche a remnant of past Munich even though the city was rebuilt after World War II hit
- Castle Nymphenburg is a summer residence with charming baroque touches
- Englisher Garten is a great place for to take it easy and rest
- Karlsplatz - the best for shopping in Munich and located in the heart of the city
Surprisingly, Munich is a city with distinctive conservative spirit mainly upheld by locals. They are not too glad the city to be recognized only by its beer festival and other entertainment.
Munich is a place with a huge cultural and historical backdrop thanks to the Bavarian kings who made a push for the city in 19th century. In the 1990s Munich really established as major destination.
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