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Munich Vacation Packages
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Ensure everyone has a great time by visiting a few of the child-friendly activities in the area. Everyone is sure to have a great time at Bavaria Filmstadt, Westbad and Kindermuseum Muenchen.
You and your traveling partner will get to see an excellent range of marine animals and plants at Sea Life Aquarium. SeaLife and Sealife Munich are also worth checking out.
You can take loads of photos with the animals at Hellabrunn Zoo and Wildpark Poing. Try to arrange a feeding time at BergTierPark Blindham for a comprehensive zoological experience.
If you think that the best way to learn about a place is through the beer they make, you ought to spend a day having a look at some of the fantastic brewhouses. You won't be short of places to visit, with Lowenbrau, Weihenstephan Brewery, Augustiner Brau and Nockherberg Paulaner Brewery all allowing visitors to take a look into their facilities.
At Erdinger Weissbrau Brewery, wine lovers can tour the vineyards and barrel rooms, before sampling the final product.
Rare and unusual flowers, interesting trees and long, winding pathways await you at Botanical Garden Munich-Nymphenburg and Weihenstephaner Perennial Gardens. Old Botanical Garden and Bundesgartenschau are two more great places to wander around.
Bring along a bite to eat and enjoy the leafy, green surroundings of English Garden and Olympic Park. You'll also find plenty of space to laze about at Westpark and Theresienwiese.
Take a walk and enjoy the calm water at Klostersee and Starnberger See. If the weather is warm enough, you can even kick off your shoes and dip your toes in the shallows.
If you're looking for somewhere to laze around and enjoy the fresh salty air, spend some time at Roberto Beach. Here you'll discover locals and tourists alike taking advantage of the cool refreshing water and picturesque views.
Nothing equals an afternoon out in nature to recharge a travel-weary soul. When the urge strikes to escape the concrete jungle, make your way over to Erding Thermal Spa.
The area's exhibition spaces are a gold mine of intriguing facts and stories. Deutsches Museum and BMW World offer a range of displays and collections that are bound to keep you captivated. Also worth considering are Pinakothek der Moderne and Bavarian National Museum.
Visitors interested in the history of the natural world will enjoy spending an afternoon discovering the specimens and curiosities at Munich Paleontological Museum.
A haven for art connoisseurs, this area boasts a range of gallery spaces in which amateur and professional artists regularly exhibit their wares. Pop in to Old Pinakothek and New Pinakothek to see the best of what this creative city has to offer. Afterwards, if you still have some energy left, finish up your day at Lenbachhaus and House of Art.
There's always a new perspective on our past at Jewish Museum Munich. In addition to that, it might be fun to have a look at the items on display at Bauernhausmuseum des Landkreises Erding and Marstall-Museum.
Hofbrauhaus and Chinesischer Turm are certainly worth planning a trip to, even if you're not a passionate history buff. More tales from the days of old await at New Town Hall - Glockenspiel and Technical University of Munich.
Discover the area's military history by taking a tour of Sendlinger Tor or Isar Tor.
When it came to designing and furnishing Nymphenburg Palace and Residenz, you'll see that money was not an issue. Schleissheim Palace and Dachau Palace are two more magnificent homes that have their fair share of stories to offer.
Castles that look as though they were plucked from the history channel, Hohenkammer Castle and Blutenburg Castle are a must-see for the whole family. For even more picturesque views and historical lessons, go forth and explore Magdalenenklause and Pagodenburg.
Learn about the region's spiritual side and take some time to reflect at Church of Our Lady and Asamkirche. If you'd be interested to explore more religious sites, have a walk about St Peter's Church and St. Michael's Church.
This region's most famed sights sometimes overshadow its less renowned, yet equally rewarding attractions. Some great places to begin with are European Patent Office and Bavarian State Library. If you have the time, also check out Eisbach Surfing or Freizeitpark Neubiberg.
You'll find 199 different Munich accommodations listed on Expedia's lodging guide. Take a look and select the amenities that suit you.
Featuring in Munich's more top-end range of hotels you'll find the Mandarin Oriental München, Neuturmstr. 1, and the Hotel Bayerischer Hof, Promenadeplatz 2-6. Alternatively, if you're traveling on a shoestring, the Eden Hotel Wolff, Arnulfstr. 4, or the Pension Seibel, Reichenbachstrasse 8, might hit the right note.
English Garden is on the to-do list for almost every visitor to Munich, and staying in the vicinity is a great way to make sure you fully enjoy it. The Hilton Munich Park is just 0.2 miles away. Another popular choice is the Golden Leaf Parkhotel Im Lehel.
Located in Maxvorstadt, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Lenbachhaus and Konigsplatz. Old Pinakothek and Odeonsplatz are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Popular with both business and leisure travelers for its convenient location, the rich in tradition Eden Hotel Wolff sits opposite the train station. Guests can also visit Viktualienmarkt outdoor market, Marienplatz, or raise a glass at Hofbräuhaus beer hall; both are a 20-minute walk away in the Old Town.
Designed by Chicago architect Helmut Jahn, this “transparent” glass-and-steel hotel is inside the Munich Airport building, between Terminals 1 and 2; downtown Munich is 37 km (23 miles) away.
Located directly on Munich Airport's property between 2 terminals, Hotel Novotel Muenchen Airport is a convenient base for travelers. The hotel is a 40-minute metro ride from the city center, where popular Munich sights like the Marienplatz and the Kunstareal museum beg to be explored.
Located in Ludwigsvorstadt, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of German Theater, Asamkirche, and Church of Our Lady. Marienplatz and New Town Hall - Glockenspiel are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located in Maxvorstadt, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Spaten Brewery, Marienplatz, and Church of Our Lady. Old Pinakothek and Pinakothek der Moderne are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located in a Munich suburb, this hotel is 7 km (15 to 20 minutes by nearby subway) from Marienplatz, Frauenkirche, the New Town Hall Glockenspiel, and other city-center attractions.
Located in Ludwigsvorstadt, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of German Theater and Asamkirche. Marienplatz and Church of Our Lady are also within 15 minutes.