Leisure activities in & around Munich
EXPERIENCE A COSMOPOLITAN CITY WITH HEART.
It is not for nothing that Munich is said to be the most beautiful city in the world – and the northernmost city in Italy! Get to know the Bavarian way of life & the mix of historic architecture and modernity in the metropolis on the Isar. From famous museums, to exciting cultural events, to great shopping, you can get excited in Munich.
feast and enjoy.
The Viktualienmarkt in the heart of Munich’s old town, can look back on almost 200 years of history. Originally this was a farmer’s market and herb market.
In addition to the many market stalls, you can also find fountains at the Viktualienmarkt adorned with figures of Munich’s local characters.
Let yourself be inspired and stroll with pleasure through the Viktualienmarkt. Enjoy a coffee from the coffee stand or try unique cheeses, sausages and breads.
Many Munich residents buy fresh here. From native mushrooms to exotic stink fruit.
You can reach the Viktualienmarkt directly with the subway “U6” stop “Marienplatz”, which is next to the hotel.
Munich Trade Fair
Fairs & Congresses
Messe München is one of the world’s leading trade fair organizers with a diverse portfolio of trade fairs, congresses, and events. The company offers exhibitors and visitors worldwide platforms to establish international business relationships, discover new products and technologies, and engage in knowledge exchange.
These include 11 world-leading trade fairs, i.e. the world’s largest industry meeting places, such as bauma, IFAT or electronica.
The Allianz Arena, which opened in 2005, was designed purely as a soccer arena at the time.
Visit the stadium tour and take a look behind the scenes of Europe’s most modern soccer arena or feel like a professional soccer player walking through the players’ tunnel.
Afterwards, immerse yourself in the world of the German record champion at the FC Bayern Museum. In the largest club museum in Germany, you will go on a journey through time from the founding of the club until now.
The Allianz Arena is only 30 minutes away by subway “U6”.
The Olympic Park Munich at the Olympic Stadium, built in 1972, is used for sports and cultural events.
The 291 meter high Olympic Tower, which is actually a television tower, offers you a fantastic view over Munich. The revolving restaurant 181 in airy heights round off the visit.
The Olympic Stadium, where the 1972 Olympic Games were held, is the heart of the park.
You can reach the Olympic Park and the BMW World directly with the subway “U6 & U3”, which is located next to the hotel.