Leisure & Surroundings

in Munich

Munich is one of Europe’s most popular city break destinations. Large events such as the Oktoberfest and institutions such as the Viktualienmarkt food market uphold the Bavarian traditions and way of life that are centuries old. The boulevards in Munich’s Old Town with the Frauenkirche, Marienplatz, Theatinerstraße and the Lehel district are just 10 minutes away from our hotel. Whether you are travelling for pleasure or here on a business trip, make sure you don’t miss out on these unique attractions. Nature lovers will find Upper Bavaria’s green meadows and forests just outside the city gates.

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The Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt district and the adjoining Old Town all offer a wide variety of culinary delights. From simple little restaurants with modern, international cuisine to the city’s famous breweries and star-rated restaurants, visitors will find here everything their heart desires. Enjoy sophisticated Mediterranean dishes, try some delicious Bavarian delicacies in one of the many beer gardens, or simply enjoy an original Italian pizza. The different types of food that are available in Munich is unique in Bavaria.


in the surrounding area

The attractions in Munich’s centre make the city a place of longing. Once you have experienced the historic magic of the Old town, you will never forget it. You can easily access all of the inner city on foot from the hotel. Stroll past Stachus square as you make your way to the pedestrian zone and take a look around the shops or explore Glockenbachviertel. You will also reach the Deutsches Museum and the English Garden in around 30 minutes on foot. You can take a tram or train from the main station to reach Nymphenburg Palace in just 25 minutes.


around Munich

The expanses of the Upper Bavarian landscape extend just beyond Munich’s gates. Famous for its wonderful nature and filled with magical bathing lakes, the surrounding area is a popular destination for the city’s residents and their visitors. Fed by small mountain streams and close to the mountain sources, Bavaria’s lakes and rivers are especially clean and clear. This explains why sunbathing and swimming during the summer months is a typical leisure activity for the locals.


around Munich

Anyone who likes to experience extraordinarily beautiful nature actively should set out on a hike, go for a cycle or play a round of golf. With good visibility, you can see the northern part of the Alps on the horizon over the Alpine foothills. Adventurous visitors can go rafting or canyoning in the rivers, ravines and rapids or try out paragliding. Others might prefer to stroll along the shore of the wonderful lakes, visit one of the many abbeys and churches in the area or visit quaint villages. Anyone who appreciates the rustic romance of Bavaria won’t be disappointed – guaranteed.