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Restaurants & Bars
Bavarian Restaurants

Paulaner im Tal
This Munich staple restaurant serves traditional Bavarian cuisine and is located just a short walk from the hotel (approx. 3 min).
Tal 12
Phone +49 (0)89 2 19 94 00

Located inside the world-famous Munich Town Hall (Rathaus) at the Marienplatz, a 5-minute walk from the hotel.
Marienplatz 8
Phone +49 (0)89 21 99 890
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Augustiner Bierhalle
Located in the pedestrian zone, right in the hustle and bustle of downtown.
Neuhauser Straße 27
Phone +49 (0)89 23 18 32 57

Beim Sedlmayr
Bavarian cuisine, located half-way between the hotel and the Viktualienmarkt.
Westenrieder Straße 14
Phone +49 (0)89 22 62 19

Spatenhaus an der Oper
Just across from the Nationaltheater (National Theater). Serving Bavarian cuisine on the ground floor. The setting in the beautiful rooms upstairs is a little more formal with an “haute cuisine” menu.
Residenzstraße 12
Phone +49 (0)89 290 70 60

The largest restaurant for grilled knuckles of pork and veal worldwide, just a 4-minute walk from the hotel.
Sparkassenstraße 6
Phone +49 (0)89 29 16 21 00

The most famous inn in the world, just around the corner from the hotel.
Platzl 9
Phone +49 (0)89 29 01 360
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Zum Spöckmeier
Traditional restaurant at the Marienplatz.
Rosenstraße 9
Phone 089 / 26 80 88

Weisses Bräuhaus
For fans of wheat beer (Weißbier), origin of the "Schneider Weisse" beer. A 3-minute walk from the hotel.
Tal 7
Phone +49 (0)89 29 01 380

Zum Franziskaner
Bavarian „haute cuisine“, famous for their Weißwurst (white sausage).
Perusastraße 5
Phone +49 (0)89 23 18 120

Altes Hackerhaus
Beautiful Bavarian inn
Sendlinger Straße 14 / on the corner of Hackenstraße
Phone +49 (0)89 2 60 50 26
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Bratwurstglöckl am Dom
Their menu features mainly Rostbratwürstl (grilled sausage) – the „real ones“, cooked on the open grill!
Frauenplatz 9
Phone +49 (0)89 2 91 94 50

Gasthaus Isarthor
Bavarian inn, located on the Isartorplatz.
Kanalstraße 2
Phone +49 (0)89 22 77 53

Zum Dürnbräu
A 3-minute walk from the hotel. One-of-a-kind traditional pub serving Munich Schmankerl (delicacies).
Dürnbräugasse 2
Phone +49 (0)89 222 195

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Der Pschorr
Bavarian inn, located in the former Freibank building between Viktualienmarkt and Schrannenhalle.
Viktualienmarkt 15
Phone +49 (0)89 5 18 18 500

Beer Gardens & Pubs

Paulaner am Nockherberg
During "strong beer“ season, famous for its political satire, "Derblecken"!
Hochstraße 77
Phone +49 (0)89 45 99 130
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A classic Munich beer garden on the steep right bank of the River Isar.
Innere Wiener Straße 19
Phone +49 (0)89 45 99 250

With 8,000 seats, it is Munich’s largest beer garden, located near the Nymphenburger Schloss.
Hirschgarten 1
Phone +49 (0)89 17 25 91

Biergarten am Chinesischen Turm
World-famous due to its location in the English Garden below the Chinesischer Turm.
Englischer Garten 3
Phone +49 (0)89 38 38 730

Famous pub since 1883, located on the Stiglmaierplatz.
Nymphenburger Straße 2
Phone +49 (0)89 52 60 21
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Augustiner Biergarten
Considered the best beer garden in Munich by many locals.
Arnulfstraße 52
Phone +49 (0)89 59 43 93

Located in the northern section of the English Garden.
Sondermeierstraße 1
Phone +49 (0)89 32 52 24

French Cuisine

Le Faubourg
A small slice of France, right in Haidhausen.
Kirchenstraße 5
Phone +49 (0)89 47 55 33
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Rue des Halles
Tasty home-style cooking served in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.
Steinstraße 18
Phone +49 (0)89 48 56 75
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Game & Venison

First address for game and venison in Munich. Over 100 years in business.
Schönfeldstraße 22
Phone +49 (0)89 28 59 09
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Greek Restaurants

Greek pub serving tasty food.
Kellerstraße 45
Phone +49 (0)89 48 72 82

Fresh Greek cuisine served in a friendly atmosphere.
Agnesstraße 8
Phone +49 (0)89 2 71 09 00

Indian Cuisine

“Haute cuisine“ rich in spices and served in a rustic Indian ambiance. Just across from the Prinzregententheater.
Prinzregentenplatz 13
Phone +49 (0)89 470 84 844
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Fine Indian cuisine and very attentive service. A 4-minute walk from the hotel.
Thierschstraße 8
Phone +49 (0)89 2 11 11 789
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International Cuisine

Creative cuisine served in truly spectacular surroundings.
Ottostraße 6
Phone +49 (0)89 54 91 30 0
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Italian Cuisine

The brightest star in Munich's restaurant scene, with top ratings by Michelin and Gault Millau.
Mühlbaurstraße 36
Phone +49 (0)89 4 70 48 48
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Grill, Pasta & Bar in a stylish setting, surrounded by time-honored walls. A 5-minute walk from the hotel.
Maximilianstraße 15
Phone +49 (0)89 4 52 28 80

Japanese Cuisine

Authentic Japanese cuisine that is best-known for the freshness and quality of its fish dishes.
Theresienstraße 54
Phone +49 (0)89 28 98 67 60


The perfection of “grand cuisine“ and hospitality!
2 stars in the Michelin restaurant guide.
Chef: Hans Haas
Sommelier: Paula Bosch
Maître D': Dominique Metzger
Johann-Fichte-Straße 7
Phone +49 (0)89 3 61 95 90
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Schuhbecks Restaurant in den Südtiroler Stuben
Delicious home-style cooking and more!
Famous German chef Alfons Schubeck’s culinary school, ice-cream parlor, and spice shop are nearby.
The restaurant has 1 star in the Michelin restaurant guide.
Platzl 6-8
Phone +49 (0)89 2 16 69 00

Bogenhauser Hof
Excellent home-style cooking and perfect service in an elegant, romantic setting. In the summer, tables are set in the beautiful garden!
Ismaninger Straße 85
Phone +49 (0)89 98 55 86

A staple since 1901. Elegant restaurant with a solid menu featuring lobster soup, wild game and more. A 4-minute walk from the hotel.
Pfisterstraße 9
Phone +49 (0)89 22 12 10
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Landersdorfer & Innerhofer
A simply-elegant setting with attentive, yet unobtrusive service and perfectly cooked food that is surprisingly flavorful.
Hackenstraße 6-8
Phone +49 (0)89 26 01 86 37
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Has set the standard for quality and freshness for over 25 years. First address for seafood in Munich. A 3-minute walk from the hotel.
Stollbergstraße 11
Phone +49 (0)89 29 87 87

Ristorante Italfisch
....since more than 30 years!
Zenettistraße 25
Phone +49 (0)89 77 68 49
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Thai Cuisine

Thai Kitchen & Bar, next to the Viktualienmarkt. The yuppie clientele knows where to find delicious Thai cuisine in a stylish setting.
Utzschneiderstraße 6
Phone +49 (0)89 23 23 06 60
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Tem. Thai Cooking
Nice and cozy restaurant, attentive service, spicy food.
Römerstraße 15
Phone +49 (0)89 33 03 85 20

Vegetarian Cuisine

Prinz Myshkin
Tasty vegetarian cuisine in a young environment, not far from the Marienplatz.
Hackenstraße 2
Phone +49 (0)89 26 55 96
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Antiquitäten Muggenthaler
Muggenthaler" is legendary in Munich. You cannot pass the store without pressing your nose to the window. The owners collect fashion and accessories from 1850 through 1950, with the occasional Baroque angel and royal lace undergarment in between. Allow yourself plenty of time – you’ll have a blast browsing through this store.
Fraunhofer Straße 1
80469 München
Phone +49 (0)89 26 45 91

A flea market with the charakter of a huge garage sale
Lilienthalallee 29
80939 München
Phone +49 (0)173 683 51 52 (mobile!)
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A Munich staple on the Promenadenplatz since 1868. Today, the specialty store known for its high-quality international apparel has created a five-storied “wonderland” for the fashion conscious. It offers virtually everything – from young and trendy designer fashion, like D&G, Burberry and various Versace lines, to classic fashion like Bogner, Windsor and van Laack. Luxury names like Ungaro, JOOP!, Cerrutti, Valentino and Antonio Fusco for ladies and Brioni, Regent, Hilton and Ermenegildo Zegna for men will satisfy even the most exclusive taste.
Loden-Frey is world-renowned for its large selection of traditional Bavarian outfits and loden clothing. After all, founder J.G. Frey’s son invented the first water-repellent loden coat.
About an 8-minute walk from the hotel.
Maffeistraße 7
80333 München
Phone +49 (0)89 210 39-0
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The world’s largest store for men’s fashion. A 10-minute walk from the hotel.
Kaufinger Straße 28
80331 München
Phone +49 (0)89 2 36 83-0
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Eckerle Herrenmoden
International men’s fashion for high-end taste.
Behind the Marienplatz, a short walk from the hotel.
Theatinerstraße 3
80333 München
Phone +49 (0)89 24 22 79-30
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First address for gloves since 1839. A Munich staple, family operated for six generations. Roeckl is best known for high-quality, modern leather gloves, stylish silk scarves and elegant knit accessories.
Maffeistraße 1
80333 München
Phone +49 (0)89 29 16 82 39
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Gössl Trachten
Traditional Bavarian apparel. Across from the opera, about an 8-minute walk from the hotel.
Residenzstraße 14
80333 München
Phone +49 (0)89 44 23 86 67
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Trachten Angermaier
Traditional Bavarian apparel. A 10-minute walk from the hotel, next to the Viktualienmarkt.
Rosental 10
80331 München
Phone +49 (0)89 23 00 01 99
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Galerie van de Loo
Gabelsbergerstraße 19
80333 München
Phone +49 (0)89 22 62 70
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Galerie Terminus
Leading modern-art gallery.
About a 10-minute walk from the hotel.
Theatinerstraße 22
80333 München
Phone +49 (0)89 29 61 87
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Beauty Salons/Barbers

LE SALON Biosthetik Frisiersalon
A 4-minute walk from the hotel, towards the opera.
Am Kosttor 2
80331 München
Phone +49 (0)89 224270

Gerhard Meir
Ludwigstraße 8
80539 München
Phone +49 (0)89 24 24 25 25

Clippers Fiseure
A few steps from the hotel.
Kohlstrasse 2
80469 München
Phone +49 (0)89 20 16 161

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Hugendubel am Marienplatz
A world of books at the Marienplatz; gigantic selection on five floors. A 5-minute walk from the hotel.
Marienplatz 22
80331 München
Phone +49 (0)1801 484 484

Children’s Stores

Schlichting - Haus des Kindes
An 6-minute walk from the hotel.
Maximilianstraße 35
80539 München
Phone +49 (0)89 21 03 870

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Department Stores

Ludwig Beck am Rathauseck
A department store for the senses. Apparel, cosmetics, accessories and more. The fifth floor houses the largest music department for classical music in Germany.
About a 4-minute walk from the hotel.
Marienplatz 11
80331 München
Phone +49 (0)89 23 69 10
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At the Viktualienmarkt, you’ll find numerous flower stands offering a wide selection. The Viktualienmarkt is just a short walk from the hotel.

Blumen Bahlmann
The Bahlmann company has been satisfying its customers with high-quality decorative flowers for 3 generations. About a 5-minute walk from the hotel.
Marienplatz 8 / Entrance: Weinstraße
80331 München
Phone +49 (0)89 22 55 61

Gärtnerei Brandl
Located across from the Nordfriedhof (North Cemetery), but not your typical cemetery flower shop. Offers a huge selection of garden and patio plants, shrubs and antique roses as well as competent service. Their florists stay busy, too. The large selection of cut roses is impressive and goes far beyond the usual fare. Take U6 from Marienplatz
Ungerer Straße 141
80805 München
Phone +49 (0)89 36 70 37


Alois Dallmayr
World-renowned delicacies. Tourists and locals are welcomed by the wonderful aroma of coffee, truffles and chocolate and tempted by the beautiful display of homemade salads and specialties. A 5-minute walk from the hotel.
Dienerstraße 14-15
80331 München
Phone +49 (0)89 2135-0
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Feinkost Käfer
Over 70 years of great quality and service.
Prinzregentenstraße 73
81675 München
Phone +49 (0)89 4168 -255
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Originally a farmers market that has evolved into a popular gourmet market: exotic and local fruit, vegetables, cheeses, wine, meats … you name it … all beautifully displayed.
About a 3-minute walk from the hotel.

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Elly Seidl Pralinen
The Elly Seidl company was founded in 1918 in the Maximilianstraße. Originally a delicatessen shop, the store's focus over the years shifted to chocolates and confections. About a 3-minute walk from the hotel.
Am Kosttor 2
80331 München
Phone +49 (0)89 22 15 22

Spanisches Fruchthaus
A specialty store for dried fruit. Impressive window decorations and displays, excellent selection. About an 8-minute walk from the hotel.
Rindermarkt 10 / Ruffinihaus
80331 München
Phone +49 (0)89 26 45 70

Used to be a supplier to the Bavarian royal court. Since 1873 a specialty store for fine tea and coffee on Residenzstraße.
Residenzstraße 13


Gebrüder Hemmerle
Founded in 1893. The store on Maximilianstraße has been the company headquarters since 1904. Best-known for exquisite jewelry. A short walk from the hotel.
Maximilianstraße 14
80539 München
Phone +49 (0)89 24 22 60 0

Bucherer 1888
Specializes in watches and jewelry – emphasizes personalized service.
Residenzstraße 11
80333 München
Phone +49 (0)89 24 26 97 24

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Leather, Shoes, Luggage

Former supplier of fine leather goods to the royal court. About an 8-minute walk from the hotel.
Pacellistraße 2-4
80333 München
Phone +49 (0)89 29 07 580

Footwear for the entire family, offering a large selection of ladies', men's and children's shoes. Centrally located in the pedestrian zone, about an 8-minute walk from the hotel.
Neuhauser Straße 39
80331 München
Phone +49 (0)89 51 99 2131

Eduard Meier
Germany’s oldest shoe store, founded in 1596. An institution for fine footwear and a “temple of style.”
Briennerstraße 10
80333 Muenchen
Phone +49 (0)89 22 00 44


Munich Drivers
The right solution for every occasion.
Steiningerweg 2
85748 Garching bei München
Phone +49 (0)89 45 23 38 0

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Interline München
Agency for professional drivers.
Firkenweg 7
85774 Unterföhring
Phone +49 (0)89 95 80 81 - 40
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Ludwig Beck am Rathauseck
A department store for the senses. The fifth floor features the largest department for classical music in Germany, but also offers one of the best selections of world music and jazz.
About a 4-minute walk from the hotel.
Marienplatz 11
80331 München
Phone +49 (0)89 23691-0

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Music store offering a fine and carefully chosen CD selection with exciting music. Specializes in music from around the world. Amazingly good service and advice. A 2-minute walk from the hotel, towards the Hofbräuhaus.
Ledererstraße 19
80331 München
Telefon SHIROKKO MUSIK +49 (0)89 297121
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Paper and Stationery

Company Fr. Ant. Prantl has been serving its exclusive clientele since 1797. Today, the store offers a wide variety of international brand-name writing utensils, fine leather goods and preprinted note cards and stationery.
Armiraplatz 3
80333 München
Phone +49 (0)89 22 34 36
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Small specialty store with an unusual selection of paper and stationery. A 10-minute walk from the hotel.
Rumfordstraße 5
80469 München
Phone +49 (0)89 2604272

Perfume Shops

Brückner Bublitz
A small, privately owned perfume shop – right in the heart of Munich. The store has been located on the ground floor of the Town Hall since 1903. The wide selection of unique and classic fragrances is not the only thing making this store special.
Marienplatz 8 / Corner of Weinstraße
80331 München
Phone +49 (0)89 223 874

Hautnah bei Ludwig Beck
Attractive cosmetics department with an unusual selection, located inside the department store Ludwig Beck am Rathauseck.
About a 4-minute walk from the hotel.
Marienplatz 11
80331 München
Phone +49 (0)89 23691-0

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Porcelain & China

Nymphenburger Porzellan
The legendary Porzellan-Manufaktur Nymphenburg makes its one-of-a-kind porcelain pieces by hand here.
Nördliches Schlossrondell 8
80638 München
Phone +49 (0)89) 179 197 0
Downtown store at the Odeonsplatz 1 / Corner of Brienner Straße
80539 München
Phone +49 (0)89 28 24 28
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Rosenthal Studio Haus
Rosenthal Studio Haus
Theatinerstraße 1
80331 München
Phone +49 (0)89 222617
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Schöner Essen Interieur
Schöner Essen Interieur
Rindermarkt 1
80331 München
Phone +49 (0)89 26 45 02
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Max Krug
Any souvenir you can imagine - from cuckoo clocks and beer mugs to smokers. Located in the pedestrian zone, about a 10-minute walk from the hotel.
Neuhauser Straße 2
80331 München
Phone +49 (0)89 22 45 01
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FC Bayern Fanshop
Next to the Hofbräuhaus, a 4-minute walk from the hotel.
Orlandostraße 1
80331 München
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TSV 1860 Fanshop
Next to the Hofbräuhaus, a 4-minute walk from the hotel.
Orlandostr. 8
80331 München
Phone +49 (0)89 29 16 33 29


The property and garden alone are worth a visit. What used to be a city palace during the 17th century, is now the site of a beautiful store featuring folk art, leather goods, china and pottery, home textiles and an incredible selection of fabrics – accented by fine furnishings.
Hackenstraße 7
80331 München
Phone +49 (0)89 2 35 09 80

Everything wood: household articles, chess games, billiard cues, games, knifes, arts and crafts from the Erzgebirge (Ore Mountains) and much more… Located at the Viktualienmarkt, about a 4-minute walk from the hotel.
80331 München
Telefon +49 (0)89 26 82 48

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5 Höfe
Fünf Höfe features 54 stores on over 150,000 sq ft and 8 cafés and restaurants on almost 27,000 sq ft. The large selection ranges from foreign newspapers, fine tobacco, paper and stationery, fashion and fur to luxury wine glasses.
Shoppers also enjoy the impressive metropolitan architecture. Located in shopping arcades and courtyards between Theatinerstraße, Maffeistraße, Kardinal Faulhaber Straße, Salvatorstraße
D-80333 München

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Betten Rid
Legendary store with a large selection of home textiles. About an 8-minute walk from the hotel.
Theatinerstraße 47
80333 München
Phone +49 (0)89 21 10 10

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Tobacco Products

Pfeifen Huber
Home of the legendary tobacco store “Pfeifen und Cigarren Georg Huber” since 1863.
A few steps from the hotel.
Tal 22
80331 München
Phone +49 (0)89 290 44 51

Max Zechbauer Zigarren
An institution for cigars. Across from the opera; an 8-minute walk from the hotel.
Residenzstraße 10
80333 München
Phone +49 (0)89 29 01 30 26


A paradise for children of any age; the world of toys on 16,000 sq ft. About a 15-minute walk from the hotel, 5 minutes with any S-Bahn line (2 stops from the hotel).
Karlsplatz 11 - 12
80335 München
Phone +49 (0)89 5508951-0

Die Modelleisenbahn
Everything for miniature trains.
Orleanstraße 33
Phone +49 (0)89 447 18 601

Festivals, Markets & Other Events
Opernfestspiele / Opera Festival

Münchner Opernfestspiele
Munich festival of opera
June 21st through July 31st, 2014

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Sommer Tollwood
Festival of music, theater, cabaret and cuisine.
Tollwood summer festival
Olympiapark Süd
July 2012
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Winter Tollwood
A festival of ideas – with theater, art and culinary delicacies from around the world ·
11/24 – 12/31/2011 Theresienwiese

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„Auer Dult“ Fairs

The Auer Dulten are renowned fairs with flea market character. They offer a unique mixture - from custom-made suspenders and old shellac records to Steckerlfisch (grilled fish on a stick). Since 1796, the Dulten fairs are held in Au, a former suburb of Munich.

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Art, Culture & Entertainment
Boulevard Theater

Komödie im Bayerischen Hof
Comedy theater featuring leading German actors.
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Cabaret & Stand-up Comedy

ValentinKarlstadt Theater
A must-see for fans of the late actor and comedian Karl Valentin, a master of the absurd who wrote theater sketches and short films.
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Münchner Marionettentheater (Munich Puppet Theater)
Plays for young, old and very old children.
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Lach- und Schießgesellschaft
Unadultered political cabaret.
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Cabaret featuring leading comedians like Emil Steinberger, Ingo Appelt, Bruno Jonas ....
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Cabaret founded in 1976, featuring satirists like Sigi Zimmerschied, die Biermöslblosn, Georg Ringsgwandl, etc.
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Cabaret, inn and beer garden.
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Theater bei Heppel & Ettlich
Theater, pub, movie theater...
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Theater im Fraunhofer
Dinner theater..
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Circus Krone
Largest circus in Europe, has its permanent winter location in Munich.


Concert hall located in the Residenz.
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Philharmonie im Gasteig Kulturzentrum
Home of the world-renowned Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, about a 10-minute walk from the hotel.
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Allerheiligen Hofkirche
Church with a very special atmosphere.
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Other Music Events
Munich offers a very diverse concert scene with performances ranging from chamber music, symphonies, gospel and soul to famous rock stars.
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Movie Theaters

Maxx Kino
Large movie theater with 7 screens, located at the Isartorplatz. A 3-minute walk from the hotel.
Phone +49 (0)1805 - 24 63 62 99 (toll call!)

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Museum Lichtspiele
Movie theater with 4 screens, playing movies almost exclusively in their original version. A 6-minute walk from the hotel, just across the River Isar.
Lilienstraße 2,
Phone +49 (0)89 48 24 03 or +49 (0)89 48 91 296

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Mathäser Filmpalast
Multiplex theater with 4,283 seats and 14 screens.
Bayerstraße, between Karlsplatz (Stachus) and Munich central station, 2 S-Bahn stops from the hotel.
Phone: +49 (0)89 51 56 51

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Mystery Plays

Unique mystery theater, first of its kind in Germany with almost 100 seats. Suspenseful entertainment in a comfortable atmosphere.
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Bayerisches Nationaltheater / Staatsoper
World-renowned opera and home to the Bayerisches Staatsballett (Bavarian ballet) and the Bayerisches Staatsorchester (Bavarian Orchestra). About a 7-minute walk from the hotel.
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Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz
The Gärtnerplatz-Theater on the River Isar was founded in 1865 as a folk theater through a private initiative. Today, it offers a wide variety of performances from operas and operettas to fairy tale plays and musicals. A 10-minute walk from the hotel.
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Opernfestspiele / Opera Festival
Munich festival of opera
June 30th through July 31st, 2009

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One of the leading German theaters for solo acts. A 10-minute walk from the hotel.
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Located in the heart of Munich, the art nouveau theater offers a wide variety of performances, ranging from classic productions to premiers of new works. In the 1920’s, the Kammerspiele was the most important stage outside Berlin, featuring stars like Heinz Rühmann and Bertholt Brecht.
About a 5-minute walk from the hotel.

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The theater’s main focus are classical folk plays. To give performances a more contemporary feel, the theater works closely with some of the leading authors of critical folk literature, like Peter Turrini, Martin Sperr, Felix Mitterer and Franz Xaver Kroetz, who have performed or produced for the theater in the past.
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Deutsches Theater
World-famous entertainers have performed here since 1896. With over 1,600 seats and 300 performances a year, it is not only the second largest theater in Munich, but the largest theater for guest performances, attracting 300,000 visitors every year.
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When the Prinzregententheater was built in 1900 and 1901, it was modeled after the Richard-Wagner-Festspielhaus in Bayreuth, where the famous Richard Wagner festival is held. The Prinzregentheater opened on August 21st, 1901 with Wagner’s “Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg.”
Since 1993, it has been home to the Bayerische Theaterakademie August Everding (Bavarian Academy of Theater). In addition, it hosts a wide variety of performances, from recitals and chanson evenings to world-stars like Cecilia Bartoli.

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Tickets to Events
Click on this link to get to “München Tickets” or contact our front desk, and we will be happy to assist you with tickets.
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Espresso bar by day, club and cocktail bar by night.
Kardinal-Faulhaber-Straße 11
Phone +49 (0)89 20 80 21 80

Havanna Club
The Havanna Club – previously known as Havanna Bar – is one of the oldest Cuban-style clubs in town. A 3-minute walk from the hotel.
Herrnstraße 30
Phone +49 (0)89 29 18 84

Jazzbar Unterfahrt
A live-jazz staple for over 25 years.
Einsteinstraße 42
Phone +49 (0)89 44 82 794

The now larger rooms have not diminished the draw of this long-time favorite among the easygoing crowd.
Odeonsplatz 6-7
Phone +49 (0)89 22 90 60

Jazzbar Vogler
The "Vogler" strives to offer a comfortable "cultural" atmosphere away from the typical mainstream of Munich.
Jam sessions, solo performers, jazz, Latin, soul – it is all possible here. A 3-minute walk from the hotel.
Rumfordstraße 17
Phone +49 (0)89 29 46 62

Pusser´s New York Bar
Over 30 years of American bar culture in Munich. 300 yards from the hotel.
Falkenturmstraße 9
Phone +49 (0)89 22 05 00

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8 Seasons
Sonnenstrasse 26
Telefon 0176 / 23 23 23 23
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P 1
Munich’s ultimate party location, centrally situated in the Haus der Kunst (Art House) in the English Garden. Long-time favorite of real “night owls.”
Prinzregentenstraße 1
Phone +49 (0)89 211 114 0

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Be relaxed...
Stubenvollstraße 1
Phone +49 (0)89 911 311

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Ampere im Muffatwerk
Stage or club, depending on the audience and time of day. Located on the River Isar, behind the Müller'sches Volksbad, a 5-minute walk from the hotel.
Zellstraße 4
Phone +49 (0)89 45 87 50 10

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Atomic Café
Retro club, a long-time staple of Munich’s nightlife scene.
Neuturmstraße 5
Phone +49 (0)89 2 28 30 54

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Café am Hochhaus
The café used to be a meeting place for elderly ladies. Patrons now line up, in costumes reminiscent of times gone by, to party on weekends.
Blumenstraße 29
Phone +49 (0)89 05 81 52

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Big Tents (Wiesnwirte)

Armbrustschützen Festhalle
Phone +49 (0)89 23 703 703
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Winzerer Fähndl (events hall of the Paulaner brewery)
Phone +49 (0)89 62 17 19 10
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Ochsenbraterei (Spatenbräu)
Phone +49 (0)89 383 873 12
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Augustinerbräu Festhalle
Phone +49 (0)89 23 18 32 66
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Bräurosl Festzelt (Pschorrbräu Festhalle)
Phone +49 (0)89 89 55 63 53
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Hacker Festzelt
Phone +49 (0)8170 73 03
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Löwenbräu Festhalle
Phone +49 (0)89 47 76 77
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Hofbräu Festzelt
Phone +49 (0)89 4 48 96 70
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Hippodrom (Spaten)
Phone +49 (0)89 29 16 46 46
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Käfers Wiesnschänke
Phone +49 (0)89 41 68 356
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Phone +49 (0)89 66 10 42
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Schottenhamel Festhalle
Phone +49 (0)89 54 46 93 10
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Munich’s newest landmark. Soccer clubs FC Bayern and TSV 1860 München play their home games here.
Take U6 at the Marienplatz station.
Werner-Heisenberg-Allee 25
80939 München
Telefon +49 (0)89 2005 0

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Fitness Centers & Gyms

The fitness studio m.i.s.s. offers day passes for travelers. Central location near the Isar gate; a 4-minute walk from the hotel.
Liebherrstraße 5
Phone +49 (0)89 22 92 82

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Public Pools (In- and Outdoor)

Munich’s only indoor wave pool.
Cosimastraße 5
Pool Hotline
+49 (0)1801 796 223

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Müller’sches Volksbad
Financed by local engineer Karl Müller and built between 1897 and 1901 in a Baroque/art nouveau style, it was the most modern and expensive (1.8 million Gold marks) bath house in the world. After extensive renovations, Müller'sches Volksbad with its impressive vaulted ceiling above the pool is once again one of the most beautiful indoor pools in Europe.
A short walk from the hotel, on the banks of the River Isar.
Rosenheimer Straße 1
Pool Hotline: +49 (0)1801 796 223

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Add some excitement to your summer with a visit to the Prinzregentenbad. Take a sun bath on the sprawling lawn or relax under an old shade tree – right in downtown Munich.
Prinzregentenstraße 80
Pool Hotline: +49 (0)1801 796 223

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Popular with students, families of every age as well as the “in-crowd” – artists, entertainers, celebrities – and everybody else looking for a splash of summer fun.
Traubestraße 3
Pool Hotline: +49 (0)1801 796 223

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Stadtmarathon / Munich Marathon

Stadtmarathon / Munich Marathon
Munich has a unique flair – and its marathon is no exception: nervous excitement at the start, many famous sights along the way and the relaxing greenery of the English Garden.
When: October 12th, 2008 in Munich

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Sights & Museums
Art Collections / Exhibitions

Alte Pinakothek
The Alte Pinakothek is one of the world’s most famous art galleries. The outstanding collection of over 700 14th- through 18th-century paintings includes many of the most important works of art.
Barer Straße 27
Phone +49 (0)89 23805 216
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Neue Pinakothek
One of the world’s most important art galleries for 18th- and 19th-century paintings, covering the European art periods from classicism to art nouveau.
Barer Straße 29
Main Entrance: Theresienstraße
Phone +49 (0)89 23805 195

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Pinakothek der Moderne
The Pinakothek der Moderne opened in 2002 as one of the world’s largest museums of modern art. Its vast collection contains works from the 20th and 21st centuries and is divided into four main areas: art, graphics, architecture, and design.
Barer Straße 27
Phone +49 (0)89 23 805 360
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The Munich city art gallery in the Lenbachhaus, the former villa of portraitist Franz von Lenbach, is world-renowned for its one-of-a-kind collection of paintings by artists of the “Blaue Reiter“ group, which was active in Munich from 1911 to 1914.


Luisenstraße 33
Phone +49 (0)89 23 33 20 00
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The idea of building a museum to house Greek and Roman sculptures dates back to King Ludwig I, an avid collector of antiques. He commissioned architect Leo von Klenze to design a museum for his collection to make it available to the public. It was named Glypothek (from the Greek word glypte, meaning “carved stone“) and opened in 1830.
Phone +49 (0)89 28 61 00

Haus der Kunst (House of Art )
The museum opened its doors in 1937, then called "Haus der deutschen Kunst" (House of German Art), to display Nazi propaganda art. Today, the building is a dynamic museum of modern art whose exhibitions are famous far beyond Munich. About a 10-minute walk from the hotel.
Prinzregentenstraße 1
Phone +49 (0)89 21 127 113

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Kunsthalle der Hypo-Kulturstiftung München
The Hypo Foundation for Culture was founded in the fall of 1983 to promote cultural projects and initiatives. It is best known for its Kunsthalle, or Exhibition Hall, whose exhibitions have become a fixture of Munich’s cultural life. Located in the pedestrian zone, about a 10-minute walk from the hotel.
Theatinerstraße 8
Phone +49 (0)89 22 44 12

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Museum Buchheim
The Buchheim Museum features oil and watercolor paintings; drawings and prints of expressionists; as well as African and Asian ethnic and folk pieces like cultural and functional objects; pieces from self-taught artists, and arts and crafts from around the world. Beautifully situated in Bernried on Lake Starnberg. Regularly scheduled ferry service available during operating hours of the Bayerische Seenschifffahrt (Bavarian Sea Boat Company).
Am Hirschgarten 1
82347 Bernried
Phone +49 (0)8158 - 99 70 20
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Castles & Palaces

The Munich residence of the Wittelsbach dynasty for centuries. The Residenzmuseum features over 100 historic living quarters and richly decorated halls dating back to the Renaissance period through the 19th century, several chapels, as well as individual collections (silver, china, relics, and more).
An 8-minute walk from the hotel.
Residenzstraße 1
Entrance: Max-Joseph-Platz
Phone +49 (0)89 290 671

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Schloss Nymphenburg / Nymphenburg Palace
Built as a summer residence for Bavarian Electors and Kings. In addition to the richly-decorated rooms, Schloss Nymphenburg features the Marstallmuseum, the park palaces Pagodenburg, Magdalenenklause and Badenburg, and the park itself. By tram (Tram 17), Nymphenburg Palace is about 35 minutes from the hotel.
Schloss Nymphenburg
Telefon +49 (0)89 17 90 80

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Schloss Blutenburg
Blutenburg was once the Wittelbach dynasty’s hunting lodge. The only original part of the lodge that still stands is the chapel with late Gothic mural paintings, sculptures and stained glass.
Seldweg 15
Phone +49 (0)89 179 080

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Schleißheimer Schlösser
3 palaces – the old palace, the new palace and Schloss Lustheim – originally intended to rival the splendor of Versailles; set in the only Baroque park in Germany that has survived in its original form.
Max-Emanuel-Platz 1
85764 Oberschleißheim
Phone +49 (0)89 31 58 720

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Schloss Neuschwanstein
With 1.3 million visitors a year, Neuschwanstein – one of Ludwig II’s most renowned castles – is one of the most popular among Europe’s palaces and castles. To arrange for a day trip, please contact the hotel front desk.
Neuschwansteinstraße 20
87645 Schwangau
Phone +49 (0)8362 9 39 88-0

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Schloss Linderhof
The palace at Linderhof is the only palace commissioned by King Ludwig II, where construction was actually completed during his lifetime. To arrange for a day trip, please contact the hotel front desk.
Linderhof 12
82488 Ettal
Phone +49 (0)8822 92 030

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Schloss Dachau
The Dachau palace was built on the site of a 15th-century castle owned by the Counts of Dachau. Under Duke Wilhelm IV, the palace was expanded into four massive wings from 1546 to 1577.
Schlossstraße 7
85221 Dachau
Phone +49 (0)8131 8 79 23

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With its distinctive onion domes, the Gothic dome and parish church “Zu unserer Lieben Frau” is Munich's most recognizable landmark. A 7-minute walk from the hotel.
Frauenplatz 1

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Peterskirche / St. Peter’s Church
Munich’s oldest parish church. The church’s famous Renaissance tower, known as “Alter Peter” (Old Peter), is one of Munich’s landmarks. A 5-minute walk from the hotel.
Rindermarkt 11

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St. Kajetan (Theatinerkirche) / St. Cajetan’s Church
Dramatic Baroque church, one of Munich’s finest buildings.
Theatinerstraße 22, on the Odeonsplatz.

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St. Johann Nepomuk (Asamkirche) / Church of St. Johann-Nepomuk
Funded, designed and built by the Asam brothers, the most famous builders and decorators of their time: a masterpiece of late Baroque artistic expression and fresco painting.
Sendlinger Straße 62

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Ludwigskirche / St. Ludwigs Church
Built from 1829 to 1844 by Friedrich Gärtner next to the State Library as a parish and university church.
Ludwigsstraße 20

St. Michael / St. Michael’s Church
Largest Renaissance church north of the Alps, it paved the way for Baroque in Southern Germany.
Neuhauser Straße 52

Heilig-Geist-Kirche / Church of the Holy Spirit
When the Heilig-Geist-Kirche was built in 1208 as a hospital, chapel and hostel for pilgrims, it was outside the city walls. Today, it is right in the center of Munich, between Viktualienmarkt and Marienplatz. A 4-minute walk from the hotel.
Tal 77

St. Georg in Bogenhausen
Charming Rococo church containing the works of sculptors Günther and Straubs. Its cemetery is the final resting place of many local celebrities, like Hans Knappertsbusch, Liesl Karlstadt, Oskar Maria Graf, Anette Kolb.
Bogenhauser Kirchplatz 1


Fischbrunnen / Fish Fountain
Has adorned the Marienplatz since 1866. Every year on Aschermittwoch (Ash Wednesday), Munich’s mayor holds the annual “Geldbeutelwaschen” (cleaning of money purses). Legend has it that if you wash your wallet in the fish fountain on that day, you will not have any major money troubles throughout the rest of the year. The fountain is probably chosen as a meeting point more than any other place in downtown Munich.

Wittelsbacher Brunnen
On the east side of the Lenbachplatz, bordering Maximiliansplatz, is Munich’s finest fountain, the Wittelsbacher Brunnen, built in 1893-1895 by the sculptor Adolf von Hildebrandt. Today, Hildebrandt’s former residence houses the literary collection “Monacensia” (more under “Unusual Museums”).

Karl-Valentin-Brunnen / Karl Valentin Fountain
Built in 1953 on the Viktualienmarkt commemorating the late Bavarian actor and comedian Karl Valentin, a master of the absurd. The material used to build the fountain came from a Bavarian lion statue that was part of the Siegestor and got damaged during the war.

History and Art Museums

Bayerisches Nationalmuseum / Bavarian National Museum
Located just outside the English Garden, the museum was opened on September 29th, 1900 by Prince Regent Luitpold in a festive ceremony. After reconstruction due to damage caused during World War II, the museum now features a mixture of styles and a variety of collections covering the Early and High Middle ages, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Rococo, Classicism and art nouveau. In addition, it contains cultural-historic pieces like serving pieces, folk art, musical instruments, hunting objects, faïence, china, and nativity scenes.
About a 10-minute walk from the hotel.
Prinzregentenstraße 3
Phone +49 (0)89 211 2401

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Archäologische Staatssammlung / Archaeological Museum
Formerly known as the Museum of Prehistory.
Lerchenfeldstraße 2
Phone +49 (0)89 21 12 402

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Staatliches Museum Ägyptischer Kunst / Egyptian Art Museum
The only museum of its kind in the world, specializing in ancient Egyptian art.
Phone +49 (0)89 298546

Stadtmuseum München / Munich City Museum
As a museum for the history of civilization and culture, the Münchner Stadtmuseum documents Munich’s transformation from being the seat of royal power to a cosmopolitan metropolis. Located behind the Viktualienmarkt; an 8-minute walk from the hotel.
St.-Jakobs-Platz 1
Phone +49 (0)89 233 22370

The museum contains coaches, carriages and sleighs that once belonged to Bavarian rulers.
Schloss Nymphenburg, Eingang (Entrance) 19
Telefon +49 (0)89 17 90 80

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Deutsches Jagd - und Fischereimuseum / German Hunting and Fishing Museum
A must-see for outdoorsmen.
Neuhauser Straße 2
Phone +49 (0)89 22 05 22

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Staatliche Antikensammlungen / National Collection of Antiquities
One of the world’s leading collections of smaller Greek, Etruscan and Roman art pieces.
Phone +49 (0)89 59 98 88 30

Staatliche Münzsammlung / National Coin Collection
One of the oldest collections of coins, medals, bank notes, securities, and cut stones. Built from the collections of Duke Albrecht V of Bavaria (1550-1574).
Residenzstraße 1
Main Entrance: Kapellenhof
Phone +49 (0)89 227 221

In addition to historic living quarters and richly decorated halls dating back to the Renaissance period through the 19th century, the Residenzmuseum München features several chapels as well as individual collections (silver, china, relics, and more). About a 7-minute walk from the hotel.
Residenzstraße 1
Entrance: Max-Joseph-Platz
Phone +49 (0)89 290 671

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Schatzkammer der Residenz München / Treasure House
The Wittelsbach dynasty’s Schatzkammer (treasure house) was created in 1565 by Duke Albrecht V and is one of the most important collections of its kind in Europe.
Residenzstraße 1
Entrance: Max-Joseph-Platz
Phone +49 (0)89 290 671

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Memorial Sites

KZ Gedenkstätte Dachau / Dachau Memorial Site
"Dachau - the significance of this name will never be erased from German history. It stands for all concentration camps the Nazis established in their territory."
(Eugen Kogon)
Alte Römerstraße 75
85221 Dachau
Phone +49 (0)8131 66 99 70

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Olympiapark / Olympic Park

Olympiapark / Olympic Park
Eighty thousand people watched on August 26th, 1972 as 121 teams entered the Olympic Stadium through the Marathontor (Marathon Gate). The unique architecture of the tent-like roof has since become famous all over the world. Take U3 at the Marienplatz station.
Spiridon-Louis-Ring 21
80809 München
Phone +49 (0)89 30 67-0

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Organized Sightseeing & Walking Tours

MW-Touristik offers a wide range of tours through and around munich. Tickets available at our front desk.
Thomas-Wimmer-Ring 1
80539 München
Phone +49 (0)89 - 24 23 17 67

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Weis(s)er Stadtvogel
Would you like to experience the capital of Bavaria up close? Weis(s)er Stadtvogel offers traditional and special-topic guided walking tours through Munich’s historic center.
Utzschneiderstraße 4
80469 München
Phone +49 (0)89 38 46 49 61

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Experience Munich on foot! Most of the sights in Munich’s historic center are located along the pedestrian zone. Spurwechsel also offers bike, tram and bus tours. Carriage tours will be available soon.
Ohlmüllerstraße 5
Phone +49 (0)89 692 46 99

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Stattreisen München
Besides walking and tram tours, Stattreisen München e.V. offers „Munich City Rallies", giving insights into the history, the culture and other aspects of life in Munich.
Frauenlobstraße 24, building in the back
80337 München
Phone +49 (0)89 54 40 42 30

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Münchner Stadtrundfahrten
Offering a variety of sightseeing and specialty tours in Munich: light and full bus tours, a walking tour, a Bavaria Film tour, Munich by night or an Olympic tower observation tour.
Departing from the Hertie department store at Munich central station.
Reservations can be made at the Torbräu front desk.

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Englischer Garten / English Garden
Created in 1789 as a hunting ground and public park for Bavarian Elector Carl Theodor. The plans were designed by the Royal Gardener Friedrich Ludwig von Sckell.
With over 1,000 acres, the English Garden is the largest city park in the world (even larger than Central Park in New York and Hyde Park in London).
Today, it extends from the Court and Finance Gardens at Odeonsplatz to the far north of the city. Altogether, there are over 48 miles of walking/biking trails in the park. The southern entrance to the English Garden is about a 10-minute walk from the hotel.

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Hofgarten / Palace Garden
Duke Maximilian I had the Hofgarten created in 1613-17 north of the Residenz with references to Italian Renaissance gardens. Today, locals consider it an oasis of serenity with a great view of St. Cajetan's Church.
On mild summer nights, you can see couples spontaneously dancing to hot Latin rhythms, while others play boccia on the outskirts of the Palace Garden – a truly southern-like atmosphere.
Located just behind the Residenz, can also be entered from Odeonsplatz. An 8-minute walk from the hotel

Schlosspark Nymphenburg / Nymphenburg
Palace Park Schloss Nymphenburg, the sprawling Baroque palace with formal gardens to the west of Munich, was built as the summer residence of Bavarian Electors. When strolling through the park with its beautiful old trees, numerous canals and hidden smaller palaces, you'll always discover something new. By tram (Tram 17 all the way through), Nymphenburg Palace is about 35 minutes from the hotel.
Schloss- und Gartenverwaltung Nymphenburg
80638 München
Telefon +49 (0)89 179 08-0

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Botanischer Garten / Botanical Garden
With over 54 acres, approx. 14,000 species and 400,000 visitors a year, the Botanische Garten München-Nymphenburg is one of the finest botanical gardens worldwide. In almost 50,000 sq ft of exhibition greenhouses, you can take a journey to the humidity of the tropics, the cool tropical mountain region, or the hot desert climate. Adjoining the Nymphenburg Palace Garden; about 35 minutes from the hotel by tram (Tram 17 all the way through).
Menzinger Straße 65
80638 München
Telefon +49 (0)89 17861-350/351 (ticket booths)

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The park was created in 1983, when Munich hosted the Internationale Gartenbauausstellung IGA´83, an international horticultural exhibition and trade show. The western section of the park features an eastern Asian theme with a Chinese Garden, a Japanese Garden, a Thai scale and a Nepalese Pagoda.
Preßburger Straße
District of Untersendling

The green areas Maximiliansanlagen are on the steep right bank of the River Isar, stretching from Gasteig to St. Georg in Bogenhausen. Situated right next to the Maximilianeum (seat of the Bavarian Parliament) and the Friedensengel (Angel of Peace), the wooded area features numerous statues and monuments, including a statue of Ludwig II. King Max II had the grounds created by Carl von Effner between 1856 an 1866. Today, they provide an atmosphere of serenity and relaxation close to downtown. The closest entrance to the Maximiliananlagen is a 5-minute walk from the hotel. Go past the "Vater-Rhein-Brunnen" across from the Deutsches Museum and then take the bridge at the Isar dam.

Riemer Landschaftspark (Site of the BUGA 2005 Gardening Exhibition)
A planned community with a touch of nature. The Landschaftspark stretches inside the residential areas, offering a pleasing blend of architectural and natural beauty, of quiet corners and vibrant gathering places. A once-in-a-lifetime chance for city planners and landscape architects. After the airport in Riem closed and planning for the exhibition and conference complex, Messestadt Riem, took shape, hosting the gardening exhibition Bundesgartenschau 05 seemed like a natural progression. When the exhibition ended in October 2005, large parts of the exhibitions grounds became a city park. Just a short S- or U-Bahn ride from the hotel.

Alter Südlicher Friedhof / Old South Cemetery
When Munich was stricken with the plague in 1563, the existing church cemeteries within the city walls could not keep up. The “Äußerer Freithof” – known today as “Alter Südfriedhof” – was opened just outside the Sendlinger Tor and became a favorite burial place, for many local celebrities. The cemetery has been closed for burials since 1944.
Thalkirchner Straße, near the Sendlinger Tor (Sendlinger Gate).

Side Trip Destinations

Tierpark Hellabrunn / Munich Zoo
Established in 1911, the Munich zoo is beautifully situated in a natural reserve in the district of Au, which was part of the floodplains of the River Isar. The zoo specializes in breeding endangered species by keeping animals in their natural habitat. Take Bus line 52 from Marienplatz.
Tierparkstraße 30
Phone +49 (0)89 62 50 80

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Bavaria Filmstadt
Take a side trip to visit the world of film and television. Bavaria Film GmbH is one of the largest and most successful film studios in Europe. Bavaria Filmstadt has been producing blockbusters and hit shows for more than 80 years. Find out the fascinating details of successful film-making during the 90-minute tour of Bavaria Filmstadt.
Bavariafilmplatz 7
D-82031 Geiselgasteig
Phone +49 (0)89 64 99 20 00

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Panorama Tours
Panorama Tours offers day trips to the most popular sights in Bavaria and Austria. Guests making their reservation at the front desk will be picked up at the hotel.
Phone +49 (0)89 54 90 75 60

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Bayerische Seenschifffahrt (Bavarian Sea Boat Company)
Their blue and white fleet offers ferry and cruise boat service on four Bavarian lakes. You can take the S-Bahn from the hotel all the way through to Lake Starnberg and Ammersee.
Bayerische Seenschifffahrt GmbH
Seestraße 55
83471 Schönau am Königssee
Phone +49 (0)8652 96 36-0

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Kloster Andechs
Due to its location almost 590 ft above the Ammersee, the Rococo interior of its late Gothic church, and its brewery and pub, the Benedictine monastery is a popular destination for business meetings and tourists from around the world.
Bergstraße 2
82346 Andechs
Phone +49 (0)8152 376-0

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Towers and Observations Decks

Olympiaturm / Olympic Tower
Get away from the city hustle and bustle on one of the tallest towers of Europe. The rotating restaurant and the observation deck offer a spectacular view of Munich and the surrounding countryside. On a nice day, you can see all the way from the Salzkammergut Alps mountain range to the Allgäu Alps. Take U3 at the Marienplatz station.
Phone +49 (0)89 30 67 27 50

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Rathausturm / Tower of the Town Hall
Observation deck, 280 feet high, accessible by elevator.
Tower hours – November through April:
Mon - Thur 9 am – 4 pm; Fri 9 am – 1 pm; closed Sat, Sun and holidays
Tower hours – May through October:
Mon - Fri 9 am – 7 pm; Sat, Sun, holidays 10 am – 7 pm
Neues Rathaus
Marienplatz 8
Phone +49 (0)89 23 300

St. Peter (Alter Peter)
Spectacular view from 300 feet up – no elevator. A 5-minute walk from the hotel, next to the Viktualienmarkt.
Summer: Mon-Sat 9 am – 7 pm, Sunday and holidays 10 am – 7 pm
Winter: Mon -Sat 9 am – 6 pm; Sunday and holidays 10 am – 6 pm
(subject to temporary closures)
Rindermarkt 1
Phone +49 (0)89 26 04 828

Famous Munich landmark with distinctive twin towers, offering a great view of downtown Munich from 325 feet.
Elevator: April to October, Mon - Sat 10 am – 5 pm;
Frauenplatz 1
Phone +49 (0)89 29 00 820

Unusual Museums

Deutsches Theatermuseum / German Theater Museum
Dedicated to the history of German drama. Its unique collections include drawings of stage settings and costumes, blue prints of theaters, the world's largest collection of theater photographs, screen plays and theater bills as well as a 100,000-volume library. In addition to featuring special exhibitions, the museum hosts events to introduce and support new research or non-European forms of theater.
Hours: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Tuesday - Sunday
Tickets: €4.00, discounted tickets €2.00, children 14 and under are free
Galeriestraße 4a
Telefon +49 (0)89 21 06 910

Spielzeugmuseum / Toy Museum
A 5-minute walk from the hotel, located in the tower of the Altes Rathaus (Old Town Hall). The museum features a unique collection of old European and American toys covering four floors.
Tower of the Old Town Hall

Some of the pieces left behind by comedian Karl Valentin and documents about well-known folk singers have been painstakingly organized into a very enjoyable and amusing exhibition. A MUST-SEE for everybody who appreciates subtle humor.
Just across from the hotel!
Tal 50 in the Isar Gate
Phone +49 (0)89 22 32 66

BMW - Museum
The BMW Museum presents more than 90 years of BMW heritage in all its facets with a diversity of different exhibition areas. The key aspects typical of BMW are integrated in seven thematic blocks. These seven thematic blocks determine the architecture in the low building – the new part of the BMW Museum. Take U3 at the Marienplatz station.
Phone (49 (0)89 382 25652

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Jüdisches Museum München / Jewish Museum of Munich
Right in the heart of Munich, a new Jewish center has taken shape with a new main synagogue and a community center featuring a school, a preschool, an events venue, and a kosher restaurant. The City of Munich has used this opportunity to build the Jewish Museum, where visitors gain valuable insights into Jewish life and culture in Munich on three exhibition and event floors.
Jewish Museum of Munich
St.-Jakobs-Platz 16
80331 München
Phone +49 (0)89 233 96 096
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Museum Mensch und Natur / Museum of Natural History
Natural history made exciting. The museum covers the topics: History of the earth and human life, the diversity of organisms, and humans as part and designer of nature.
Schloss Nymphenburg
North Wing
Phone +49 (0)89 17 95 890

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Völkerkundemuseum / State Museum of Ethnography
Founded in 1859-1865, the Staatliches Völkerkundemuseum is the second largest museum of ethnography in Germany with 150,000 pieces. Among its collections are objects from every country outside Europe. In addition to individual pieces, the museum features entire collections compiled by researchers and travelers. About an 8-minute walk from the hotel.
Maximilianstraße 42
Phone +49 (0)89 21 01 36 100

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Deutsches Museum
Largest museum of technology and science in the world! Just a short walk from the hotel, on the banks of the River Isar.
Museumsinsel 1
Phone +49 (0)89 21 791

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A tribute to Munich’s literary legacy. Monacensia’s goal is to preserve and bring back the past for future generations.
A must-see for those interested in Munich’s writers and poets.
Maria-Theresia-Straße 23
Phone +49 (0)89 419 47 20

Public Transportation
Munich Airport

Flughafen München Franz-Josef-Strauß
With approx. 27 million passengers, Munich’s Franz-Josef-Strauß International Airport ranks eighth among the largest European airports. About 1,000 airplanes take off and land here daily, connecting the Bavarian capital to many destinations all over the world.
From the hotel, S-Bahn lines S8 and S1 will take you all the way through to the airport, which is located north of Munich (40-minute ride). S-Bahn tickets can be purchased at the hotel front desk.

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Munich Central Station (Hauptbahnhof)

Hauptbahnhof München / Munich Central Station
You can get to central station in about 8 minutes with any S-Bahn line going to “Hauptbahnhof.” Getting to central station by car takes 10-15 minutes, depending on the time of day. Walking to central station takes about 20-25 minutes, mainly through the pedestrian zone. Tickets for any public transportation can be purchased at the hotel front desk.
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Public Transportation (U-Bahn, Bus, Tram)

U-Bahn, Bus, Tram
Getting around in Munich is very easy, thanks to a large network of busses, subway and trams. Across the hotel, at the Isartorplatz, you can catch tram lines 16 and 18, bus line 132 as well as all underground S-Bahn lines.
Most tickets can be purchased at the hotel front desk.

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Event Venues
Gasteig Kulturzentrum

Gasteig Kulturzentrum
Concert hall, site of the Munich film festival and home of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, the Richard Strauss Conservatory, the Munich Library, the Volkshochschule (an adult learning program) and the local school for singing and music. About an 8-minute walk from the hotel.
Rosenheimer Straße 5
81667 München
Phone +49 (0)89 4 80 98-0

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After extensive renovations, Georg-Elser-Halle (formerly Mahag industrial and exhibition facilities) is unique among Munich’s event venues. With its great flexibility to accommodate any event, diverse architecture, state-of-the-art technology and central location with optimal road and transportation access, Georg-Elser-Halle has been awarded the top ranking as Munich’s best event venue by the daily newspaper “Süddeutsche Zeitung.”
Rosenheimer Straße 143
81671 München
Phone +49 (0)89 45 06 920


Celebrate your next event in the former concert and theater hall of the Wittelsbach dynasty! The impressive architecture and the beautiful formal gardens of Schloss Nymphenburg create the perfect backdrop for any festive occasion.
Schloss Nymphenburg
80638 München
Institut für Internationales Kulturmanagement (INK) GmbH
Luisenstraße 37a
80333 München
Phone: +49 (0)89 28 92 74-87

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Like ICM-Internationales Congress Center, the M,O,C, is a division of Messe München International, one of the world’s leading organizers of trade fairs.
It combines attractive facilities for trade fairs, conventions, conferences and other events with permanent offices and showrooms for the sporting goods, shoe and fashion industries.
Lilienthalallee 40
80939 München
Phone +49 (0)89 323 53-0
81823 München
Phone +49 (0)89 9 49 - 2 07 20

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Messe München (Munich Fair)

Messe München
As one of the most modern convention facilities worldwide, the Neue Messe München is becoming the standard for functionality, service and communication capabilities.
81823 München
Phone +49 (0)89 9 49 - 2 07 20

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The Muffathalle, an art nouveau building that used to house a thermal power station, has become a fixture amongst Munich’s younger crowd with its diverse multi-cultural art and music offerings. Situated on the River Isar, just a short walk from the hotel.
Zellstraße 4
81667 München
Info Line +49 (0)89 45 87 50 10
Operations +49 (0)89 45 87 50 00

Olympiapark / Olympic Park

Olympiapark / Olympic Park
With its unique combination of venues for a broad range of sporting and other events, the Munich Olympic Park has become one of the leading event and recreation centers worldwide.
Spiridon-Louis-Ring 21
80809 München
Phone +49 (0)89 30 67-0

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An island in the River Isar – right in the center of Munich. In the old times, the area between the Maximilianeum (seat of the Bavarian parliament) and the Deutsche Museum was home to liquor and vinegar distilleries. But in 1992, the halls with beautiful vaulted ceilings were renovated and are now privately operated by the Aktionsforum Praterinsel GmbH.
Praterinsel 3-4
80538 München
Phone +49 (0)89 21 23 83 0

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Phone: +49 (0)89 24 234-0 • Fax: +49 (0)89 24 234-235

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