Experience Munich's treasures. Explore Olympiastadion and immerse yourself in scientific wonders at the German Museum. Relax in comfort at our hotel after each adventure.
Museumsinsel 1, Munich, 80538
A house of superlatives: it is not only one of the first scientific-technological museums in the world, but also one of the most frequently visited, and with an area of 50,000 square meters the biggest of all. The laws of nature, instruments and technological methods are presented in this Mount Olympus of knowledge on a scientifically high level, yet in an enthralling and entertaining way. Machines hum, lightning flashes through the air, telescopes zoom in on star formations
Am Olympiapark 1, Munich, 80809
The ensemble comprising BMW Welt, plant and museum at the Munich Oberwiesenfeld represents the internationally unique BMW world of experience. The synchronous integration of automobile delivery and thrilling temporary exhibitions about the past, present and future of the brands as well as a multifaceted daily event program have turned BMW Welt into an attractive place of encounter and exchange.
Spiridon-Louis-Ring 21, Munich, 80809
The Olympiapark in Munich, built for the 1972 Summer Olympics, is a renowned sports and recreational complex featuring iconic structures such as the Olympic Stadium and Tower. It offers a blend of green spaces, concert venues, museums, and recreational activities, making it a popular destination for both locals and tourists. The park's commitment to sustainability and its accessibility by public transportation add to its appeal, making it a significant and beloved part of the city.
The Englischer Garten is one of the world's largest urban parks and it's designed in the style of an English landscape garden. Known for its picturesque landscapes, including meadows, serene lakes, and the meandering Isar River, it offers a wealth of outdoor activities, from leisurely strolls and picnics to cycling and even surfing on the Eisbach River's famous standing wave. The garden also features several traditional beer gardens where people can savor a cold brew and Bavarian cuisine.
The Old City Centre of Munich, often referred to as Altstadt, is the historic heart of the city and a captivating blend of rich history and modern charm. Strolling through its cobbled streets, you'll encounter a captivating mix of well-preserved medieval and Baroque architecture, including landmarks like the Marienplatz with its stunning Glockenspiel and the iconic Frauenkirche. This area is home to various historic squares, charming courtyards, and picturesque alleyways.
Werner-Heisenberg-Allee 25, Munich 80939
The Allianz Arena serves as the home ground for FC Bayern Munich. The stadium is famous for its striking illuminated façade, and with a seating capacity of over 75,000, it hosts a wide range of sporting events and concerts. You can take the U-Bahn U2 line from Josephsburg station, which is close to the hotel and transfer to the U6 line at the Innsbrucker Ring station. This will take you to Fröttmaning station, a short walk from the Allianz Arena.
Olympiapark München, Spiridon-Louis-Ring, 25, Munich, 80809
The Olympic Stadium in Munich, built for the 1972 Olympics, featured innovative architecture with a tent-like roof and 80-meter high masts. Initially seating 83,000, it later held 70,000. It hosted significant events like the 1974 World Cup final and the 1988 European Football Championship final. The venue currently hosts regional football, as well as other events such as concerts. Unlike the Olympiastadion, the new stadium 'Allianz Arena' was purpose-built for football alone.