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- Entire serviced apartment
- Neuhausen - Nymphenburg
Super quiet and smart living in our newly renovated one-room apartments at the Olympiapark. Whether short- or longstay, business or leisure, everything is taken care of here: Home meets office style including kitchenette, dining, working and living area, marble bathroom. A laundry is available in-house, as well as free high-speed wifi, green electricity and a smart hygiene concept. And: we are centrally located in Neuhausen, where Munich is colorful and you can easily get everywhere on foot.
- Entire serviced apartment
- Alt Moosach
Arrive in Munich and start your life right away… THE FLAG München M. offers everything you need to feel good! Recharge energy in the plush queen-size bed with oversized duvet and comfort guarantee. With the high-speed Internet via your own router with LAN&W-LAN and USB charger on the bed, you can surf the Internet at lightning speed. Host 24/7: 24/7 local contact Welcome!
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Your guide to Munich
All About Munich
With a powerhouse economy all of its own and the biggest concentration of theatres and art venues in Germany, Munich is a force to be reckoned with. Tradition plays a big role in Bavaria, from cheerful oompah bands to world-famous lederhosen. Here, centuries of history converge with technological advances, generous green spaces, and the city’s great love: beer. Breweries can be found at every turn, dotted with communal benches for lively conversation and plates piled high with sausages and soft pretzels.
Away from the chatter and brass instruments, Munich boasts a varied and popular art scene, with a slew of galleries large and small and a bone fide arts quarter, Kunstareal. After a morning strolling around in the shadow of the imposing 15th-century Frauenkirche (“Women’s Church”), head north for an immersive experience at the famous local car museum, then find a quiet spot in Olympiapark for a leisurely picnic under the bright Munich sun.
How do I get around Munich?
Munich airport (MUC) — the world’s only airport with its own brewery — is around 40 kilometers from most Munich vacation rentals. From the arrivals hall, it’s easy to reach Bavaria’s capital via taxi or tram (S-Bahn) — services leave every 10 minutes — in around 40 minutes. Alternatively, hop on a bus to the city’s main train station (Hauptbahnhof) with the same journey time. Once in central Munich, the underground (U-Bahn) network provides another quick and easy way to access all areas of the city and its suburbs. However, if you’re staying local, most of your stops will likely be within comfortable walking distance.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Munich?
The Oktoberfest festival is an absorbing experience that draws visitors from all over Germany and around the world. Drop in between mid-September and the first Sunday in October to drink in the lively atmosphere. Festive fun is guaranteed at Munich’s sprawling Christmas markets, which run from late November. Spring and summer are popular times with foodies and adventurers, who head to the region for the short asparagus season and stunning hikes in the nearby Bavarian Alps. There aren’t wild extremes in weather here, and snow and heat waves are rare events. If you arrive in the city during the weekend, it’s worth bearing in mind that the vast majority of stores — including supermarkets — are closed on Sundays.
What are the top things to do in Munich?
Looking for some interactive entertainment? You could become part of the show at the intimate Drehleier Theater on the eastern side of the Isar River. Pick from comedy performances, musical offerings, and even burlesque acts at this popular local venue; you can grab a bite to eat here, too.
Bellevue di Monaco
Located in the heart of the city, Bellevue di Monaco provides homes for young adults, families, and mothers in need of support, while the on-site café’s inclusive approach includes a multicultural menu and a “pay what you can” policy. Volunteers run language classes, social meet-ups, and even a bike repair shop.
Watch surfers in the park
On your morning stroll around Munich’s peaceful English Garden, don’t be alarmed at the sudden sound of thundering water. Simply grab a coffee and settle down by the rushing Eisbach creek to watch the city’s gaggle of surfers hang ten and show off their skills. Be aware, though: unless you’re an experienced wave rider pro, it’s advisable to leave this activity to the regulars.