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We are located in the centre of Munich and nonetheless a very quiet place.

Numerous tourist attractions such as the "Deutsches Museum", the pedestrian zone, Viktualienmarkt and more are located within walking distance, as well as the famous Asam church, - with its ceiling frescos and the marvellous aisles one of the most beautiful rococo churches in the world.

The world-famous Glockenspiel with Schäffler dance is presented at the Marienplatz in the tower of the city hall.
In ten minutes you can walk to the tourist office, where you can buy tickets for the public transport system and collect some leaflets.

The Viktualienmarkt with its huge variety of flowers, national and international fruits and vegetables as well as meat and fish is only five minutes from the city hall. You will also find a beer garden there.
You can then follow the shopping mall along the pedestrian zone in the direction of the Stachus.

If you have gotten tired, take the S-Bahn (commuter train) at Stachus in the direction of "Ostbahnhof", five different lines will take you back to the Isartorplatz, which is the second station.

You should reserve at least one complete day for the visit of the "Deutsches Museum", two days will be better. Fifty exhibit sections spread over 47,000 sqm, you can experience the development of science and technology from early origins to the present day. The unique collection of vehicles for road and railroad traffic had to be moved to the newbuilding at the Theresienhöhe (underground station).

A pleasant day trip starts right in front of our hotel, you take the tramway 17 to Schloss Nymphenburg with its beautiful garden, the small summer residences, the botanical garden and the museum "Man and nature", in particular also interesting for children, being one of the favourite museums in Munich.

If you are interested in culture, you must not miss the Pinakotheken, the Glyptothek, the Haus der Kunst, the Bavarian national museums, - all of them can be reached by S-Bahn (commuter train) or by subway.
In our immediate neighbourhood you find the opera house, the Residenzmuseum with the famous treasury, the Herkulessaal with the beautiful ceiling frescos, the Feldherrnhalle with the view onto the Siegestor, the old botanical garden, a charming green oasis at the beginning of Ludwigstrasse as well as the Residenztheater and the cultural centre of Munich with the philharmonics at the Gasteig.

With S-Bahn and subway you can also reach the Olympic district, SEA Life, the new BMW museum and the famous sports stadium, the Allianz Arena.
The English Garden, the green lung of Munich, with the Chinese Tower and the beer garden is not far away either, you can take a leisurely 30 minute promenade or go by the tramway number 17 (3 stations).

The famous zoo Hellabrunn can be reached by subway or bus as well as the exhibition area in Riem.
Public transport is well organized in Munich.
If you come from the main train station, you either take the tramway line 17 (direction Effnerplatz) to Mariannenplatz or any of the five different S-Bahn lines (commuter trains) in the direction of Ostbahnhof and get out at the third stop, called Isartorplatz. Thierschstrasse starts at Pizza Hut.

From the airport you take the commuter train S 8 to Isartorplatz. A five minute stroll and you are at the hotel!


Day trips: to the Bavarian country side, to the castles Schloss Neuschwanstein and Schloss Linderhof, Wieskirche, Garmisch, Zugspitze.

Round trip by car to Bad Tölz, Achenpaß, Sylvensteinstausee, Kochelmoor or to the salt mine at Berchtesgaden and many more ...

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