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The JOYN MUNICH Olympic is located near the Olympic Centre between Moosach, Schwabing and the popular Maxvorstadt. You will benefit from good transport connections, uncomplicated shopping at the near... more information
The Centerroom Hotel & Apartments München Messe offers 81 fully equipped serviced apartments, which invite to a longer stay of 7 days or more. Some apartments are complemented by balconies facing the... more information
Brera Munich is located amongst shops and restaurants. The business district and Octoberfest grounds are also just a few minutes away and public transport is within walking distance, linking you to th... more information
A warm "Servus" from Munich´s newest district, the Parkstadt Schwabing. In the immediate vicinity of the Highlight Towers and well-known companies as well as the English Garden. With an ideal connect... more information
Appartement4you offers a variety of different long stay housing opportunities, small studios to multiple room apartments. Your home next to Munich – local but close to the city. The train station is... more information
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Serviced Apartments in Munich
"O'zapft is!" In no other city there is more beer being consumed than in the state capital of Bavaria. Approximately 7.5 million litres of the amber nectar are being drunk during the world-famous "Oktoberfest" alone. But also outside of the beer festival Munich is a worthwhile destination. "There is no other German city which combines as many antagonisms as Munich". According to Süddeutsche.de (a German newspaper) it is „megapolis and green oasis, connects tradition with modernism as well as homeland awareness and urbanity“. So it is no surprise that Munich was awarded the title "Most Livable City of The World" in 2010.
The metropolis is an economically powerful industrial and science location and among others the home base of BMW and Siemens, the Allianz insurance company and the Max Planck Society for the Advancement of Science. Numerous fairs like "bautec", "Expo Real", "bauma", "IFAT" or "electronic" allure thousands of visitors into the city on the Isar.
Apartmentservice offers business travellers as well as holidaymakers more than 5,500 professionally run serviced apartments which hardly leave anything to be desired. Especially when staying long-term you can get to know the city and its inhabitants better when you call a little temporary home your own, where you can enjoy our privacy undisturbed, cook for yourself and welcome guests.
In the heart of the city stands a landmark dating back to the 15th century– the "Frauenkirche", whose two towers jut out over most of Munich. From the top you have unique scenic views across the city. The famous glockenspiel resounds daily at 11 am and is a fascinating spectacle with is life-sized figurines. The Old Town with Marienplatz and Town Hall, various designer shops, many bars and exclusive restaurants invite guests to linger and presents an absolute shopping paradise for every moneybag. It is the perfect starting point to quickly reach all parts of Munich since most public traffic routes meet here. Due to the extensive road network as well as the fully developed public services, the city and its
sights can be very comfortably explored by tube, fast trains, trams and buses. Probably a little touristy but definitely worth a visit is Nymphenburg Palace. It is one of the largest king's palaces of Europe and offers a grandiose panorama with the adjoining palace gardens. The Munich Residence, "Old Peter" (Saint Peter Church), as well as the "Karlsplatz Stachus" with its uncountable shopping possibilities and cafes are also popular destinations of every sightseeing tour. After so much hustle and bustle you will find peace and quiet in various parks. For example at the "Hofgarten" on Odeonsplatz, which is located right in the city centre, at the Olympia Park, whose name is owed from the Olympic Games which were held here in 1972 or the English Garden, which invites you to take relaxing walks along the river Isar. Here do take a little detour to "Eisbachwelle" and admire the surfers who demonstrate their skills all year round.
A perfect start into the day is having a typical Bavarian breakfast consisting of Bavarian veal sausage, pretzels and beer. This may sound unusual for some but for Bavarians this is indeed appetising. A must-do is a visit at the world's most famous alehouse, the "Hofbräuhaus" which has been serving inhabitants of Munich as well as tourist. Bavarian cuisine and of course a lot of Munich beer since the 16th century. Delicious snacks and cakes are available at the kiosk "Fräulein Grüneis" near Eisbach. For cocktail lovers we can recommend Cortina Bar which is located close to Viktualienmarkt. Still relatively new is Paisano, a bar owned by the well-known actor Elyas M’Barek, where also Italian dishes are served.
Munich's night life is as legendary as posh: P1-Club is a popular venue among stars and starlets. Around Maximiliansplatz/Lenbachplatz there are more trendy discotheques and clubs.
- 250 g mature camembert
- 125 g double cream cheese
- 40 g butter
- 1 onion
- 4 tbsp beer
- 1 tbsp paprika powder
- freshly chopped herbs
Mash the camembert with a fork in a bowl. Then add double cream cheese, butter, beer and spices into a bowl, mix well. Lastly put in the finely chopped onion and the herbs. Serve with freshly baked Bavarian Pretzels.