The beautiful and cozy room that you will be staying in is near the city center. You will surely appreciate having enough room for your luggage and clothes. The room has a flat screen TV with Apple TV and a table with chairs. Your own place to eat breakfast privately in the morning and relax in front of your favorite series in the evening. The entire flat was renovated in June 2006. Your guest room measures 17 square meters and the bunk bed is 140 x 200 cm and 80 x 200 cm big. The closest supermarket is only a short one minutes’ walk away. The nearest bus and tram station is right outside the door.
Munich is the proud capital of the Free State of Bavaria. With some 1.35 million inhabitants, it is the largest city in Bavaria and Germany's third largest. Apart from the largest folk festival in the world, the Oktoberfest, Munich has many more attractions to offer its visitors. Almost everybody, for example, has heard of the Hofbräuhaus. The famous beer hall on Platzl in the old town is well attended throughout the year. Not far from there is the Viktualienmarkt, one of the places where the locals like to hang out. Munich's stalwarts meet here in the beer garden for the morning pint and the chef of the gourmet restaurants buys his ingredients in the market stalls.
There are many other main attractions right in the center: the Frauenkirche,with its onion domes and panoramic views, is Munich’s landmark, the city hall in the Gothic Revival architectural style towers (do not miss the chimes at 11 and 12 clock) right at the beautiful Marienplatz, the Alter Peter offers visitors that will climb the 306 steps to the top a breathtaking view to the Zugspitze on clear days. Behind the Karlstor and Stachus extends Munich's old town including the shopping street with the highest turnover in Germany. For fans of machinery and equipment, this is a must: the German Museum on Museum Island in the Isar. It is the most visited museum in the Republic. Art lovers visit the galleries of the art premises in Munich.