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The district for the most popular living district is, particularly for young people Schwabing. Here one finds a very vibrant, progressive and youthful oriented district. Moreover, the inner city can be reached very fast to visit the most popular attractions in Munich, including the Marienplatz and the Frauenkirche. People on business travels do have the choice between a hotel and an apartment. Both decisions are highly dependent on the duration of the temporary accommodation stay. In the inner city of Munich, one can find some good business hotels that are configured to the individual needs of business people.
Temporary accommodation in Munich – What should be seen.
Who wants to dwell for a longer period of time in Munich, has a lot of opportunities for recreation. Around the Marienplatz in the Munich's Old Town, there is the Old and the New City Hall with its world famous chime. People that are walking westwards on the shopping street, the Kaufingerstrasse, are getting to the City Hall and the Karlstor. In opposite direction, the path leads to the Viktualienmarkt. In the summer you can mingle with the locals in the beer garden with beer and pretzels or obtain fresh food. Temporary accommodation in Munich allows, especially in the summer, numerous visits to the beer gardens of the city. One of the most beautiful is the Chinese Tower in the English Garden, the Nockherberg, the Augustiner at the cathedral, the Lowenbrau house or Hofbräukeller. The Leopold Street in Schwabing is known as the trendiest street and very popular with football fans for victory celebrations. Even art lovers will find a variety of companies, if you live on time in Munich. In the Maxvorstadt the area of art galleries can be found. The Alte Pinakothek presents works from the Middle Ages to the 18th Century, while the Neue Pinakothek dedicates its art the 19th and 20th Century. In the Pinakothek and the Museum Brandhorst there are works from contemporary art to consider.