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Carl-Wery-Strasse 35, 81739 Munich

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By car

Carl-Wery-Strasse 35, 81739 Munich

By S-Bahn and U-Bahn

The nearest U-Bahn and S-Bahn stop to the property is “Neuperlach Süd” (U5 and S7, a two-minute walk away.

By bus

The bus lines 212 and 299 are a three-minute walk away

Cosy beer gardens, surfers on the Eisbach, exciting street art – there is always something new (or old) to discover in the Bavarian capital. The best thing to do is rent a bike and explore the city’s historic streets and squares. Or stroll through the trendy Glockenbachviertel and take a lunch break in one of the street cafés at Gärtnerplatz. In summer, a dip in the Isar is a refreshing must-do.

Hello, Munich! Why you simply have to love this cosmopolitan city

Munich is not called the “village of millions” for nothing: Here you will always meet someone you know whether you’re out shopping, exploring the English Garden, or out clubbing at night. Life takes place mainly outside, in street cafés, on sun terraces. Or on a bike – the city has almost 500 kilometres of bike routes. Running fans also get their money’s worth, because where is there a more beautiful jog than along the Isar?

The people of Munich love their “Wiesn” as much as the beer gardens: When it’s finally “O’zapft is!” at the end of September, there’s no stopping them. They mingle with the tourists and celebrate the Oktoberfest with them – true Bavarian joie de vivre.


And on the doorstep? These places are worth a detour

Museum for Urban and Contemporary Art Graffiti, stencil, murals and more

In the middle of it all, yet somewhat hidden: the MUCA, Germany’s first urban art museum, is located in the old transformer station. Changing exhibitions can be seen here across 2000 square metres.

Haus der Kunst

The neoclassical Haus der Kunst was built between 1933 and 1937 and thus has an eventful past. Today it is one of the most important exhibition houses in the world – without its own collection. In changing programs, contemporary and modern art is given a lot of space here.


Between 250,000 and 300,000 guests visit the Kunsthalle München in the impressive “Fünf Höfe” every year. This makes it one of the most popular exhibition venues in Germany. In three to four exhibitions annually, all facets of art are illuminated. Tip: On the third Wednesday of every month, the exhibition is open until 10 p.m. for AfterworkKH.


Between Gabelsbergerstrasse and Theresienstrasse are not only three of Munich’s most important museums, the old and new Pinakothek and the Pinakothek der Moderne. Here you will also find three wonderful green spaces that invite you to take a break while strolling through the city. It’s especially nice at the end of the day, when the people of Munich soak up a few last rays of sun here.

Werksviertel Mitte

Whether you’re there during the day in the offices or cowering spaces, relaxing in the restaurants, browsing the shops, going for a ride on the Ferris wheel, or having an evening at the concert hall or a bar, Werksviertel Mitte is worth a visit. Located right next to Ostbahnhof, life pulsates at all times of the day.

On top of the Deutsche Museum

The Deutsches Museum is one of the largest natural science museums in the world and well worth a visit. Our tip, however, is on the roofs, where in early July 2022, the new restaurant “Frau im Mond” opened its doors. The best part? The roof terrace with a magnificent view of the Isar River.

Die Küche im Kraftwerk

In the fascinating location of an old cogeneration plant, the restaurant “Die Küche im Kraftwerk” is waiting for you. From the roof terrace, the view reaches all the way to the mountains, and the phenomenal sunset is on top.

Alte Utting

An old steamship has found its well-deserved retirement on a railway bridge. A visit is not only worthwhile in culinary terms but there’s something on offer culturally every day.

Feringas Restaurant at Feringasee

Here you can enjoy the lake view with your feet in the sand. Thanks to beach chairs and a DJ special on Fridays, Ibiza vibes come up. And in winter there is an ice rink for skating and curling.

Café Gans am Wasser

Antiques and self-made seating. Slab sofas and old upholstered furniture. Construction wagons and tents. Balinese parasols and fairy lights. Café Gans am Wasser is a delightfully alternative place to go for sun worshippers, bon vivants and culture lovers.


What would Munich be without its pubs? If you like something a little more modern away from the big cellars and beer halls, you’ll find it at “Maximilian” in Glockenbach. Here, old Bavarian tradition is skillfully brought into the present. Of course, there are still classics on the menu.

Wine bar “Griabig”

“Griabig” means pleasant, cozy, warm, homey – and that perfectly describes the wine bar in the heart of Munich. Without any frills, the “Griabig” convinces with a living room atmosphere, excellent wines and a small but fine food selection.

Insel Mühle

Under old chestnut trees, in the middle of nature, you can listen to the cozy splashing of the Würm in the “Insel Mühle” beer garden and really enjoy yourself with beer and snacks. It is said that the “Insel Mühle” is one of the most beautiful beer gardens in Munich, but you are welcome to judge that for yourself during a visit.

Giorgia Trattoria

Probably the flashiest new opening of 2022: Giorgia Trattoria is the first German restaurant of the Big Mamma Group, which is known for its flashy, stylish, and above all Instagram-ready stores. At “Giorga”, you get the impression you’ve landed in a remake of Alice in Wonderland. The menu features classic Italian dishes: carbonara, parmigiana, and Neapolitan pizza.

Old Peter

Munich from above? The best way to do this is to climb the “Old Peter”. This refers to the parish church of St. Peter with in the city – the oldest mentioned parish church in Munich. The “Petersturm” is one of the best and most beautiful vantage points in the city – in clear weather you even have a distant view of the Alps from there.