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Market at Wiener Platz

From Tuesday to Sunday, the market on Wiener Platz -... More info

From Tuesday to Sunday, the market on Wiener Platz – about 12 minutes’ walk from the hotel – invites you to stroll, nibble and buy souvenirs. Flowers, wine or chocolate – you can find all kinds of beautiful things here.

Alternatively, from the small benches you have a good view of the hustle and bustle at the market & can soak up the atmosphere of Haidhausen.

Photo © Munich Tourism, Sigi Müller


Factory district with Ferris wheel

The Werksviertel behind the Ostbahnhof is a meeting place for... More info

The Werksviertel behind the Ostbahnhof is a meeting place for culture vultures, skateboarders and start-ups. Offices, small shops & galleries as well as bars and street food stalls make the quarter colourful and diverse. One highlight is the Ferris wheel. There you have a very special view of Munich and the Alps. Only 5 minutes walk from us.

Photo © Munich Tourism, Sigi Mueller


Olympiapark

The Olympic Park, originally built for the 1972 Olympic Games... More info

The Olympic Park, originally built for the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, offers fun and entertainment for young and old on 85 ha. World stars such as Queen, Elton John & Hans Zimmer perform in the park. At the same time, it provides the backdrop for sporting events such as the 6-Day Race or the action sports festival MASH. Visitors can explore the park on their own or on guided tours (e.g. over the tent roof of the Olympiastadion).

Photo © Munich Tourism, Jan Saurer


Nymphenburg Palace

Nymphenburg Palace - for centuries the summer residence of the... More info

Nymphenburg Palace – for centuries the summer residence of the Wittelsbach dynasty – with its 180 hectare park is located in the west of Munich in the district of Neuhausen-Nymphenburg. The park alone is worth a visit with an extensive walk. The two tenant restaurants “Schlosscafé im Palmenhaus” and “Schlosswirtschaft Schwaige” cater for your physical well-being. And the castle itself can also be visited.

Photo © Munich Tourism, Werner Böhm