The best insider tips

...for Munich from your hosts

Sights in Munich and attractions in the local area

Sightseeing in Munich is one of the highlights of your visit to Munich. You can expect to see many highlights spread over the entire cosmopolitan city. Your hosts and experts from the Andi Stadthotel know which slightly hidden spots you absolutely have to see. Have fun with our insider tips for Munich!

Mrs. Bellini-Huber:

Mrs. Bellini-Huber:

Wirtshaus Inn

Maxvorstadt Inn:

Starting point:
Andi Stadthotel, walk along the Schillerstraße, 5 minutes to Central Station, take the U2 in the direction of Feldmoching for two stops to Theresienstraße (about 4 minutes). Now cross the Theresienstraße. Continue your walk towards Gabelsbergerstraße. The Maxvorstadt inn is at the corner of Gabelsbergerstraße / Augustenstraße 53..

Starting point:
Andi Stadthotel, all the way by foot; a walk which takes a little more than half an hour and takes you to Briennerstraße and Königsplatz. My favourite especially on Sundays, because hardly any cars are then on the road and the inn is open from 11 a.m.

I feel very welcome at this cosy inn. The various guests, the location in Schwabing, the food (especially the roast pork) … the icing on the cake is my friend Susan, who also works here again and again.

Nymphenburg castle park

Starting point:
Hauptbahnhof tram stop, tram 17 in the direction of Amalienburgstraße; Schloss Nymphenburg stop; travel time about 20 minutes one way.

A leisurely stroll through the Nymphenburg castle park past the Amalienburg, Badenburg, Appolotempel towards the cascades and then via the Hermannsdorfer Bacherl to Pagodenburg and from there to your destination –

the Palm House, our castle café, for a “Windbeutel” (translates as “windbag”; a Bavarian speciality made of choux filled with cream and fresh fruit) and a cup of cappuccino to relax and recharge your batteries. The stroll through the park lasts about one hour. (Very beautiful also in winter).

Mrs Altmann:

Mrs Altmann:

Nymphenburg castle park

Mrs Zickert:

Mrs Zickert:

The city gallery in the Lenbachhaus

The city gallery in the Lenbachhaus in Munich:

The city gallery in the Lenbachhaus in Munich is always worth a visit. The artworks of the “Blue Rider” are housed here. The artists’ group was formed at the beginning of the 20th century by Franz Marc, Wassily Kandinsky and Paul Klee.

Cafe Ella in the Lenbachhaus invites visitors to enjoy coffee and cake or Italian food and beverages after visiting the museum. The cafe and museum are closed on Mondays. The museum is located just a 20-minute walk from the Andi Stadthotel, or one stop with the U2 from the Hauptbahnhof metro station.
For more information, visit www.lenbachhaus.de

Olympic Park :

Starting point:
Hauptbahnhof metro station, U8 in the direction of Olympiazentrum; Olympiazentrum stop (last stop); travel time about 22 min.
Built for the Olympic Games in 1972, the Olympic Park is one of the most popular sites in Munich. The Olympic Stadium and the Olympic Hall host many concerts, spectacular events, festivals and sports. Enjoy a beautiful view from the 190 m Olympic Tower in Munich.

By the Olympia lake, you can walk along the ‘Star Walk’, where many international famous persons have left their mark with handprints in the concrete. Families can also spend an exciting time here – the park railway, SEALIFE, mini golf or the Soccer Arena. Those who are interested in cars can head to the BMW Museum and BMW World. You can find more information about Olympiapark here: www.olympiapark.de. This is my favourite park because I can relax thanks to the green and quiet environment with fresh air while walking here.

Mrs Tatani:

Mrs Tatani:

Olympic park

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