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Hotels in Munich

Hotels in Munich

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Key Info

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Languages

The most commonly spoken language is German.

Currency & Cost

The currency used in Unterhaching is the euro.

£10 = 3 pints of beer, or 3 Bratwurst dishes.

Local Time

1 hour ahead of UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

With its close proximity to the Alps, Munich can surprise with its weather. The mountains do bring rain unexpectedly in late spring and early summer, while also carrying warm winds even when the temperatures drop. July is the warmest month on average and January the coldest, so it is recommended to pack for changing conditions to make sure you enjoy a comfortable stay.
Hotels in Maxvorstadt are perfect for those looking to appreciate Munich’s culture. It’s home to the Brandhorst Museum, the Haus der Kunst, and the Pinakothek trio, all of which are a must-visit for any lovers of contemporary art. The Documentation Centre for the History of National Socialism is a fascinating visit for any 20th Century history enthusiasts.For an eclectic mix of history, culture and shopping look for a hotel in the Aldstadt. It’s a great place for families, with the central square of Marienplatz offering a variety of treats, such as the daily playing of the 100-year-old glockenspiel outside the Rathaus. There’s also plenty of impressive architecture on display, including the Residenze, formerly home to the Bavarian royal family.For couples looking for something a little more relaxed, book a hotel in Schwabing in the north of Munich. This is the home of the famous English Garden, one of the largest urban parks in the world. Visitors can hire bikes and explore the huge network of paths, enjoy refreshments at the Japanese teahouse, or go for a picturesque walk along the river Isar. There’s also no shortage of excellent restaurants, bars and cafes in this area.Hotels in Glockenbach will appeal to anyone wanting to revel in Munich’s nightlife. This LGBTQ friendly area is home to plenty of hip clubs and bars, as well as a number of cool galleries and boutiques. Also worth a visit is Glockenbach Werkstatt, a great community centre featuring evenings of jazz and contemporary poetry.
You can plan in advance or make a quick booking with Travel Republic, as the wide variety of hotels and apartments available always include excellent prices. There are over 400 to explore online today – alongside flights directly to the city – and you can browse each venue based on price, ratings and reviews.

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