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About Munich

For travellers wishing to explore Germany, Munich is an attractive prospect for more than just its close location to the Alps. The famous mountain range stands prominently in the distance when looking south, and there is plenty to see within the area’s boundaries.

Munich has particular charm with its array of historical buildings displaying magnificent architecture, and these elaborate constructions look down over a number of peaceful parks and gardens that offer a welcome escape. If you are hoping for a lively city break, there are also areas dedicated to nightlife, alongside the many cafes and restaurants that are a buzz of discussion and energy throughout the day.

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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.

When To Go

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.

Where to Stay

If you’re hoping to experience Munich’s more lively culture, consider the Trudering-Riem district, as it’s close to Kultfabrik and its many bars and clubs. Affordable hostels and hotels can be found here to keep costs down. For a historical perspective, look to stay in a comfortable apartment in Munich’s very centre, close to the square at Marienplatz. Schwabing to the north is ideal for arts and shopping, and it’s where you’ll find many luxury hotels.