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With a population of 1.4 million, Munich is Germany’s third largest city and the capital of Bavaria. When you think of Munich, the most popular sites tend to come to mind: the Hofbräuhaus, Marienplatz and BMW World. Nevertheless, the town has so much more to offer to travelers and vacationers alike. For example, Munich has one of the largest city parks in the world, the Englischer Garten (English Garden), offering a green space larger than New York’s central park in the heart of the city. Come visit Munich and start preparing for your stay by searching for affordable apartments and rooms around Munich on!

The beauty of Munich’s architecture appeals to more than the usual architecture buffs, ranging in styles from gothic and baroque to art nouveau. At the center of Munich is the Marienplatz, a vast square surrounded by the new and the old city hall. In this area you will find the oldest church of Munich: St. Peter's Church, whose towers offer an inspiring view over the Bavarian metropolis. Further gothic buildings like Isartor, the old city hall, Karlstor and of course the town's landmark, Frauenkirche, arouse enthusiasm with German and international visitors alike. On the other hand, St. Michael's Church, as well as the Old Academy, are the most important constructions of the Renaissance era. The best-known building built in the era of Italian baroque is Theatine Church, which is the oldest and largest baroque building in the city. In the city center of Munich, there are numerous other constructions that are sure to be popular photo sites on your visit.

Come spend the night in a room or apartment of a wonderful private home in Munich! On this page you can find a wide selection of affordable places to stay in Munich. Additionally, you can find information about buildings from the modern age of Munich to top off your architectural experience. One of the most famous modern buildings is the BMW “four cylinder” high-rise, which creates an association between the shape of the building itself and the BMW brand. At the nearby Olympic Park complex, with its world-famous tent roofs, is a remarkable building of the modern age and should not be missed on your vacation to Munich.

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Munich sightseeing

This cathedral is the landmark of Munich and, with a height of 100 meters, the tallest building in the city center. The steeple of Frauenkirche, whose name is dedicated to women, can be seen from anywhere in the city, thanks to the Munich city council’s decision that no buildings be built in the city that are higher than spire. The building can hold 20,000 people; astonishing, considering Munich's population was only about 13,000 when the edifice was finished.
Sports facilities
Olympic Park was established for the occasion of the Summer Olympic Games in 1972. The central building is Olympiastadion (Olympic Stadium) which can hold 69,000 spectators. Nowadays, Olympic Park is used for social events. Another well-known sports facility is the modern Allianz-Arena, home to the soccer players of Germany’s most successful team, Bayern Munich.
Central square of Munich and heart of the pedestrian district. Marienplatz covers an area of approximately 5,000 square meters. Its center is occupied by the Mariensäule (Column of Mary) which is made out of Tegernseer marble. You'll certainly find quality affordable rooms near this magnificent square among gloveler’s many accomodations.
Kaufingerstraße is one of the oldest streets of Munich, although nowadays it is better known as a popular shopping street. The rent is the highest in Germany at about 260€ per square meter! Furthermore, with an average of 15,000 pedestrians per hour it is one of the busiest streets worldwide.
English Garden
Munich’s largest green space covers more area than both London’s Hyde Park and Central Park in New York. However, it is also home to some of Munich’s most interesting architecture, including the Japanese teahouse and the Chinese tower, at the southern end of the park. The beer garden near the Chinese tower is one the largest in all of Germany, seating over 7000 guests. The northern end of the park offers many opportunities for peaceful walks and relaxing afternoons.
Of Munich’s 60+ museums, the three largest attract nearly all of the attention. Deutsches Museum is the largest scientific museum in the world with over 28,000 exhibits ranging from space exploration to the human brain. The BMW museum showcases the history of the automaker, and displays exemplary cars from all eras of automobile history. The Bavarian National Museum (Bayerisches Nationalmuseum) is one of the most famous cultural-historical museums in Europe; for art lovers, don’t forget to check out the Alte and Neue Pinakothek.
Munich is home to a grand total of 10 state theatres and more than 30 private theatres. The most important play sites are The Nationaltheater München , the Residenztheater and the Deutsches Theater München (German Theatre of Munich). Why not stay in an affordable apartment or room while watching your favorite musical nearby? The accommodations service helps you find a cheap private accommodation and save money for entertainment and nightlife.
This colorful public market takes place every day of the week. Its selection is so vast, that its many offerings have to be divided into seven distinct areas. Because of its popularity among both Münchners and visitors, the marketplace becomes a hotbed of activity during peak hours. Many affordable accommodations can be found nearby, all of which can be found on Check out our list of cheap places to stay in Munich.

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