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Learn to love Munich: Individual holiday with holiday apartment & holiday home
What comes to mind when you think of Munich? Maybe the Oktoberfest, veal sausage and beer or BMW? With all this you are in the right place, but the state capital of Bavaria has a lot more to offer. It's not for nothing that locals and tourists rave about the city's incomparable appeal: Munich inspires its guests with art, culture and culinary delights and leaves behind impressive impressions.
Munich wants to be discovered. What could be better suited as a planning centre than a holiday home in the middle of the city or a holiday home in the countryside? So you can plan your city break independent of meal times at the hotel - and that's not all. Munich and the surrounding area offer countless, varied sights, so that no holiday is the same as another.
- Discover your favourite places for sightseeing
- Enjoy the sport offers of countless bathing lakes
- Entering venerable walls
- Planning a day trip to the Alps
- Feast thanks to countless cafés, restaurants & markets
Holiday apartment or hotel: How self-catering people score
The holiday is just around the corner, the joy is huge: But which accommodation to choose? Both locations - hotel and holiday flat - have their charm. Here it depends entirely on your individual needs: Would you like to spoil yourself or are you happy to be your own master? Are you travelling with your family or alone? Is the beloved four-legged friend also from the game? Especially if you want to discover Munich together with your family, a holiday home offers so many advantages.
Bringing your own needs to the fore
Nobody wants to compromise on a well-deserved vacation, do they? While the children want to sleep in, the parents have reserved a table for a brunch. Your friend will put on his jogging shoes while you enjoy a relaxing bath yourself. This is where the most diverse needs come together. The solution: Book a cosy holiday apartment or a spacious holiday home in Munich - thanks to this accommodation you remain flexible. After a joint foray through the metropolis, you can relax in the hotel's own sauna or enjoy the sunset from the balcony.
Pets & Children welcome
A stay in a hotel is a fine thing, but for families it can also be a test of endurance: The children want to play in the hotel lobby while other guests read the newspaper in peace. Who travels with dog hopes that the beloved four-legged friend does not bark at night the surrounding rooms from the sleep. In contrast to a hotel, a holiday apartment offers everything your heart desires: the children romp in their own room and play badminton in the garden. Bello also gets its money's worth: baskets and feeding bowls are arranged like at home and the surroundings can be observed from the balcony.
Speaking of dogs - you can make your stay in Munich dog-friendly: Visit the English Garden and let your best friend romp together with other dogs on the designated dog meadows.
In the Munich Altstadtring the leash obligation only applies to dogs with a shoulder height of 50 cm or more. Small breeds may run without a leash.
The Olympic Park also offers everything a dog's heart desires: green meadows for running and shady places to linger. The same applies here: Cast off - with the exception of sports areas and playgrounds, of course.
Barrier-free in your own home
Not only children and pets benefit from a holiday in a holiday home. Wheelchairs and prams can also be easily manoeuvred and parked in the ground-floor building. If you walk on crutches, you don't have to limp from the underground car park through the hotel lobby into your room, but are happy about short distances to the couch. You don't want to do without your bike? After an excursion through the surrounding area of Munich, the bike can be stowed reliably in the hallway or cellar.
Tip: Get the Munich Radlstadt map - this contains the most varied routes in and around Munich.
Munich is a great place to cycle. Leave your car in front of the holiday home and explore the cultural highlights of the city in combination with public transport.
Flexible without full board
Many people know it: You actually want to enjoy the evening tour through the museum, but time is pressing - to find not only the remains of the hotel buffet, you have to go now. Even special eating habits cannot always be combined with the hotel offer. A holiday apartment, on the other hand, offers great flexibility: eat when, where and what you want.
You may even make the meals an event for the whole family and take plenty of time to prepare your favourite meal. Buy delicacies from the region and try out new delicacies - this is the perfect way to round off your holiday in a holiday home thanks to self-sufficiency.
Holiday home & apartment in Munich: What's so special about it?
Munich is worth a visit at any time of the year: in summer, numerous bathing lakes and nice cafés entice you to linger, in winter you warm up with spicy mulled wine at the Christmas Market. All these wonderful moments are rounded off by the advantages of private accommodation. Depending on where your holiday home is located, you will reach the city centre of Munich in less than 500 metres. Perhaps you would rather jump into your own pool after an eventful day in the big city? Then a holiday home with garden in and around Munich is exactly the right thing for you. The choice is yours: from a modern city apartment to a stately villa - everything is there.
Not only the situation is an important selection criterion. The accommodations score points with a wide range of equipment:
- balcony or terrace
- Garden with pool
- parking facilities
- air conditioning
- fridge & washing machine
You can safely leave your car in the big city. Explore the area by bike and public transport. If you are looking for something special, you can book a Segway tour through the state capital. An experienced guide will show you the most beautiful corners of the metropolis and inspire you with exciting insights. Places steeped in history meet hustle and bustle - all this and much more makes Munich an unforgettable holiday destination.
Holidays in Munich: Varied, surprising & steeped in history
If you are planning a holiday in the Bavarian capital, you will not be able to avoid sniffing the air full of history. As the third largest city in Germany, Munich is one of the world's major cities and has a history dating back to 1158. Since that time, the city has advanced to the status of imperial residence around 1255. Even today, the splendour of days gone by can still be guessed at thanks to countless buildings and monuments worth seeing.
Munich comprises 25 city districts, each with its own charm. As in Berlin or Hamburg, young and old are drawn to the hottest trendy neighborhoods:
- Glockenbachviertel: Beautiful old buildings meet lively nightlife
- Isarvorstadt: Multicultural hustle and bustle offers culinary delights
- Schwanthalerhöhe (Westend): theatre and artist community at cosy bars
- Maxvorstadt: university quarter with locations like the crazy ice maker
- Schwabing: Reich, reicher, Leopoldstraße - Luxury meets cult bars
In Munich you will experience culture, art and culinary delights at their finest. Also the nightlife has a lot to offer. The nice thing is that not only city lovers, but also nature lovers get their money's worth. In foehn weather you can even see the Alps, which seem to be only a stone's throw away.
Sightseeing or enjoying nature: Munich can do everything
Whether you want to experience a cultural programme with your child and your little one, or you want to go for a long walk with your beloved four-legged friend - Munich scores in every respect. The programme is as varied as the people themselves: There is something for every preference. Also night owls are offered a lot: Concerts, theatre, pubs and dance. After each excursion you return exhausted but happy to your holiday home.
Family vacation: There is much to marvel at here
One thing is clear: Munich offers the right entertainment programme for every weather. Especially children want to enjoy their holidays and report enthusiastically about their experiences at school. In bad weather you will not stay in your holiday apartment, but visit one of the countless museums. The famous German Museum makes children's eyes glow. Touch, try and discover is the motto. As one of the world's most important museums of natural science and technology, the institution inspires not only young but also old children.
In the children's world, researchers between the ages of 3 and 8 discover what science means: innumerable attractions in and around physics and technology invite you to play and romp about.
Who does not love him, the classic "the infinite story" from 1984? If you want to experience the scenes of Fuchur and Bastian Balthasar Bux live, you should visit the legendary Bavaria Filmstudios. These offer many attractions: In addition to the film city tour, the 4D cinema surprises its visitors with wild adventures.
No eye remains dry here: Real water rats get their money's worth in the Sea Life Center in the Olympic Park. Around 4,500 river and marine animals make their way through the aquariums. Who hasn't always wanted to take a closer look at a shark? Also mum and dad have a lot to offer: Dine like Arielle under the sea? No problem with the candlelight dinner for couples in love. So you return to your holiday home full and satisfied and end the day with a glass of Silvaner.
With dog it goes round robin
The best friend belongs to the family and is indispensable when on holiday in Munich. Together with your four-legged friend you explore the numerous parks and green areas of the city. The Nymphenburg Palace Park, covering 180 hectares, invites you to take a relaxing stroll in a magnificent setting. But Bello should stay on a leash to avoid frightening local ducks. No less impressive is the English Garden with its 78 km of walking paths! Here you can stay private or meet other dog lovers for a chat.
Off into the cool wet with the four-legged friend: The brooks of the English Garden seduce with small bays to tap into.
The Isar River meanders painterly through Munich and invites you to hours of forays along the banks of the river. Both mistress and dog like this equally, because both can refresh themselves in the clear Isar water on summer days. The surrounding countryside is also tempting for excursions into the countryside. At one of the beautiful dog beaches of Upper Bavaria you will meet like-minded people:
- Tegernsee Valley: Rottach-Egern, Bad Wiessee or the community of Tegernsee invite you to
- Hachinger Bach: South of Munich with own sunbathing lawn
- Mallertshofer See: Bathing in the Oberschleißheimer excavator lake
- Allacher Lohe: In Ludwigsfeld between Rangierbahnhof Nor & Dachauer Straße
- Riegsee near Murnau: designated dog beaches in a dreamlike scenery
If you feel like a change of environment, you will reach the Allgäu within less than 2 hours driving time. Here you can power yourself up to your heart's content: Hiking, skiing, biking - together with your best friend.
Culture & attractions for everyone
As an impressive landmark it rises above the city: the Frauenkirche. Even the devil himself is said to have gone in and out here. The devil's step in the entrance hall bears witness to this. This point marks the place from where all the church windows are covered by columns. Other delicacies of Munich's cultural offer are the old Pinakothek and the Pinakothek der Moderne in Maxvorstadt - an Eldorado for art lovers. Masterpieces from the 18th century are lined up next to modern works of art.
Sundays are savings days: visit the museum for just one euro per person.
You will feel like in a fairytale when visiting beautiful castles and palaces in and around Munich. Nymphenburg Castle is probably the most famous manor house - a must-see. Not only the magnificent building fascinates visitors. Concerts and events regularly take place here in a picturesque setting. By the way: the castle canal freezes in winter, winter sports fans can let off steam while playing ice hockey or skating.
Active athletes: Get into your running shoes
In addition to a wide range of outdoor and indoor sports activities, there is one thing you can do particularly well in Munich: Running, running, running. Popular running routes lead through meadows, woods and cities and clear your head.
|stretch||detachment||duration||level of difficulty|
|Schönfeldwiese - English Garden||9,24 km||0:57 h||Medium|
|Nymphenburg Palace - Nymphenburg Garden||9,89 km||1:04 h||Medium|
|Isar Steps Round||20,10 km||2:18 h||Heavy|
|Westsee - Rose Garden Round||4,78 km||00:30 h||Light|
After a sweaty round, the Phönix-Bad in Ottobrunn invites you to wellness and relaxation. Saunas, steam baths and rest areas are waiting to be enjoyed, while the children experience fun and action on the giant water slides.
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This market with its more than 140 stalls is a must for all gourmets: this gourmet paradise offers everything and much more. Regional to exotic, from delicatessen to snack. If you want to take a breather for a moment, the beer garden at Viktualienmarkt invites you to rest and feast.
This pub near the Münchner Freiheit has cult character: dark and disreputable it was simply reopened after the demolition a few house numbers further under the same name. Party people are welcome, because the mood is unclouded.
Christmas Market at Marienplatz
In November, Munich's largest Christmas market opens its doors and enchants visitors with fragrant delicacies and a romantic atmosphere. The 30 m high Christmas tree in front of the town hall is illuminated every year with about 2500 lights. The traditional Krampus run from 9.12. to 23.12. is popular - a tradition since the 16th century.
Munich is more than white sausage & beer
It is not for nothing that the quality of life in Munich is considered to be particularly high, as no wishes remain unfulfilled: Experience nature in the middle of the big city and yet be in the turmoil with just a few steps. Sport meets relaxation, culture and nightlife are in each other's hands. Or you simply sit there with your coffee and let the pictures pass by - gathering impressions, sniffing city air. From all your experiences you will recover particularly well in your holiday apartment. Because nothing is nicer than to close the door behind you and be completely private again. Munich is definitely worth a visit. The literary legend Hemingway becomes even clearer: "Don't even go anywhere else, I tell you, there's nothing like Munich."
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Munich
With an average cost of $213.79 per night, Munich lies at the upper end of the price range for vacation rentals in Germany.
Those who want to save as much as possible visit Munich in December, March, and January, the cheapest months of the year, with average prices of $195.67, $199.45, and $200.55 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2020.
Analyzing the data from 2020, we found that costs per night for accommodation here are usually higher, on average, during the months of July ($233.8), September ($226.84), and August ($222.32).
It is better to book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Munich, as only 31% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.
April, May and October are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of properties free, with respective average availability figures of 42.5%, 38%, and 32.4%.
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is July (only 23.75% of properties were available on average in 2020). Followed by August (25.8%), and January (26.5%).
In Munich we offer you an extensive catalogue of approximately 310 properties, with options of all kinds, thanks to our 12 local and international providers.