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Talk a walk through the centre and you will find a wide range of architectural styles, from the Gothic St. Peter's Church to the Baroque charm of the Asam Church (Asamkirche). Munich was severely damaged during World War II, but much of it has been reconstructed, as far as possible, according to the original style. Modern Munich is visible in buildings such as the Olympic Tower and the Museum of Modern Art Pinakothek der Moderne.
Famous for its Oktoberfest, the biggest beer festival in the world, Munich brews some of the world's most popular beers. It’s not surprising that the city also has a passionate beer culture. Beer drinkers come from all over the world to visit the six local breweries, which includes the Hofbräuhaus, established in the court of Duke William V, and the world famous Löwenbräu. Visit in th summer and take advantage of one of the world famous Biergarten (beer gardens) and do what the local inhabitants of Munich have been doing for centuries - drink a beer in the shade of the chestnut trees.
The city houses a number of major multinational companies too, which makes it a popular place for business trips. The German BMW is headquartered in Munich near BMW World, a fascinating complex that offers insight into past, present and future of German engineering.
A visit to Munich is complete without a stroll through the English Garden. This oasis near the city centre, with its wooded areas and vast meadows, is located in the basin of the river Isar.
Jump on one of the tourist buses from München Hauptbahnhof and get a good view of the city, or rent a bicycle to explore the city and the parks. Most of Munich is also accessible via the efficient public transport system. Whatever mode of transportation you choose, you will certainly come under the spell the city’s charms with its proud local traditions.
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.
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.
Located in Schwaig, this hotel is 5.9 mi (9.4 km) from Erding Thermal Spa and within 12 mi (20 km) of Freising Cathedral and Weihenstephan Brewery. Schleissheim Palace and Allianz Arena are also within 25 mi (40 km).
Located in Ludwigsvorstadt, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Klinikum Grosshadern, 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 Altstadt-Lehel, this luxury hotel is steps from Hofbrauhaus, National Theater Munich, and Cuvillies Theatre. Spielzeugmuseum and Bavarian State Opera are also within 5 minutes.