We are a 3-flat in the heart of Munich. The room is 4.4 m² with a view to the west. It is a quiet but central location, there are only 7 minutes to Central Station with the subway. There is also a nighttram, 2 minutes’ walk from the apartment. You sleep in a bed 190x100 cm.You can use the bathroom shared with extra toilette and a washing machine is also available. For entertainment there is a dart board in the kitchen.
Munich holds place near the largest folk festival in the world, the Oktoberfest, and many other attractions for its visitors. Almost every tourist for example, has heard of the Hofbräuhaus. The famous beer hall at Platzl in the old town is well attended throughout the year. Not far from here, Viktualienmarkt is one of the places where Munich is entirely up to yourself: Longtime locals meet here in the beer garden for brunch, the chef of the gourmet restaurants buy in the market stalls of fresh ingredients for their dishes.
Also in the center, the other main attractions are: the Church of Our Lady with the onion domes and panoramic views is about the city as the symbol of Munich, the city hall in the Gothic Revival style dominated (do not miss the chimes at 11 and 12 clock), the pretty Marienplatz, the old Peter offers the visitor climbs the 306 steps on a clear day free view to the Zugspitze in the Alps. Behind the Karlstor Stachus extends Munich's old town, landmarks, including the highest turnover in Germany and many pedestrian zone. For fans of machinery and equipment is a must: the German Museum on Museum Island in the Isar. It is the most visited museum in the Republic. Art lovers can visit the art galleries of the area in Munich.
The Munich love their Isar, what you can tell by the many vibrant urban green space along the riverbank. You get to swim, Piknicken and crickets. If the Isar flood leads you can surf in some places, but it is worth exploring the best from the shore. Built for the 1972 Summer Olympics, the Olympic Park with its striking glass architecture is another recreational center of the city. But the palace of Bavaria's ruling family, the Wittelsbach family, wants to be discovered.