Munich – Bavarian hospitality at its finest
“Whether handmade ceramics, nostalgic kitsch or Venetian masks, you will be guaranteed to find something you love on one of the around 300 market stalls at the Auer Kirchweihdult on the Mariahilfplatz. The vibrant market and traditional folk festival are great fun for the whole family.”
Munich combines traditional cosiness with the modern flair of a world city. The resort is the ideal starting point to explore the city with its architectural masterpieces of bygone eras, shop in elegant shopping areas, dine in classy restaurants and party in trendy clubs.
The Munich city resort with its cosy holiday apartments is located centrally between Stachus and Theresienwiese. Munich's historic old town, the Deutsches Museum and the Haus der Kunst art gallery are an essential part of any holiday in the state capital of the Free State of Bavaria, much like the wonderful beer gardens. Watching the goings-on as you enjoy a Weissbier and a pretzel is an addictive pastime. You can treat your tastebuds at one of the many gourmet restaurants before the nightlife gets going. For football fans, attending a game at the Allianz Arena of Bayern Munich FC is an absolute must. The spirit of major literary figures lives on in the artists' district of Schwabing: Rainer Maria Rilke and Thomas Mann once worked here. Stroll down Maximilianstrasse and take in the shop windows of elegant boutiques that bring trendy to the next level. Insider tip: Try a Bavarian Weisswurst sausage breakfast at the cosy Turm-Stüberl in the Karl Valentin Museum, whilst watching the lively goings-on at the Isartor. For further variety, you can go on an excursion to Chiemsee Lake, to Neuschwanstein Castle or the nearby mountains. Holidays in Munich are an unforgettable experience for the entire family, even outside of the Oktoberfest.