Known for the festival Oktoberfest and Hofbrauhaus, the world’s most famous beer hall, the dynamic Bavarian city of Munich offers much more to visitors with a dizzying number of attractions that include world-class museums, spectacular urban public parks, palaces, an Olympic Park, zoo, and film studios. Brimming with cultural activities, Munich has 45 museums, 58 theatres, three major orchestras, and two opera houses.
Munich demands more than a day to see and enjoy all of its many attractions so why stay in a cramped hotel room when you can opt for a comfortable and convenient holiday rental. Among the many types of holiday rentals in Munich are modern apartments in downtown, residential areas surrounding the city, or near the airport, elegant villas surrounded by beautiful gardens, and spacious, multi-bedroom homes with Internet access, tile bathrooms, and large, fully-equipped kitchens.
Mention Munich and the first image that comes to mind for most people is Oktoberfest, the gigantic beer festival staged in late September and early October. If you only attend one beer festival in your life, make it the Oktoberfest, where you’ll drink some of the world’s best beer, listen to live brass bands playing oompah music, and dine on huge pretzels, German sausages, and spit roasted chickens.
Make sure you have a pair of comfortable walking shoes because Munich has a plethora of sightseeing opportunities highlighted by Marienplatz, the city’s central square where you can hear the Glockenspiel chime at 11:00 a.m. or noon, Frauenkirche, the city’s largest church known for its two twin towers, the English Garden, Munich’s answer to Central Park in New York City, and the Deutsches Museum, one of the oldest and largest science and technology museums in the world.
Hotel rooms are typically smaller in Europe than the U.S., which leaves little room for storing luggage and makes it difficult to truly spread out and relax. With a holiday rental, you’ll have the extra closet space and amenities that’ll make your visit to Munich more relaxing, enjoyable, and productive. Better still, the money saving, fully equipped kitchen allows you to forego expensive restaurants and prepare your own Bavarian feast for your family. You might even try cooking some local delicacies such as Weisswurst, Knodel (dumplings), or roasted chicken.
Munich is a sprawling European metropolis and finding accommodations can be a frustrating and anxiety ridden experience. We can provide you with extensive lists of a variety of holiday rentals in different settings and price ranges. To book with knowledge and confidence, we’ll provide you with thorough information on all properties as well as unbiased user reviews.