Only a few steps and you will stroll with pleasure over the Viktualienmarkt – gourmet’s heaven!
One will find here a wide variety of fresh groceries and selected Specialties. At the other end you will find the parish church St. Peter’s.
Climb up the tower, the so called Old Peter, and enjoy the view over the city. By foehn wind enjoy the spectacular view to the Alps.
A couple of minutes away you will reach the Marienplatz. The new town hall of Munich is located here, and it is renowned for Europe’s largest Glockenspiel. The figures of the carillon depict parts of Munich’s history.
Make a detour to the Hofbräuhaus, the most famous pub of the world, and enjoy a typical Bavarian ”Brotzeit“, a snack consisting of cold cuts, bread, and cheese – of course over a vintage Bavarian “Maß” beer. F
rom there you can take a pleasant stroll back via the Kaufingerstrasse, Munich’s beloved shopping strip, stop at the Cathedral Church of Our Lady, the Frauenkirche, and continue to the Karlsplatz – or Stachus – as the locals prefer to call this square.
What do you have in mind: Museum or Theatre? The Old or the New Pinakothek, the Haus der Kunst, the Deutsche Museum, the Bavarian State Opera, the Munich Kammerspiele or the Residence Theatre – everything is located close by and easy to reach.
If you are up for a more sporty activity: take a stroll on the banks of the river Isar, jog around the English Garden, or take a swim at the Müllersche Volksbad, a magnificent spa and an art nouveau gem.
And if you are visiting us during the fifth season – the Oktoberfest, this Volksfest is the world’s largest fair of its kind, and it is only stops with the underground away.
If you need a break in-between: How about a cup of coffee in the afternoon? Please take a seat at our patio and enjoy a moment of quietness. Or you may want to let the day sink in with a cultivated drink at our well-assorted hotel bar.
As you like it, enjoy!