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I LIVE IN YOUR FONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!![[Image:)   Altes Rathaus in Muenchen Ostseite.jpg|thumb|200px|Old City Hall, East Side]]
[[Munich]]'s '''City Center''' (''Altstadt'', or "Old City") is easily navigable with all the major "must see" sights easy to find by travellers. It is in Munich's center where eyes gaze upon architectural masterpieces from the Neues Rathaus, Frauenkirche, and taste the wonderous Hofbräu beer all the while listening to "Take Me Home Country Roads" in the Hofbräuhaus. Since all subway trains and trams intersect at either the main station or any of the underground stations in the vicinity of Munich's center, it is a great place to start any day of sightseeing. End your day here with a beer at the Hofbräuhaus and dedicate a few minutes to Pachebel's "Canon" or Mozart's "Le Nozze di Figaro" performed by street musician group Tal Consort, under the arches of the Altes Rathaus or under the store fronts between Marienplatz and Karlsplatz.
[[Image:Munich_City_Center.png|thumb|250px|Map of Munich's City Center(please note: some information is outdated!)]]
*'''Neues Rathaus/Glockenspiel'''— During the summer, a curious sight appears every morning in Marienplatz. Hundreds of tourists begin craning their necks skyward (and it's obvious they are tourists, because the locals are all darting back and forth between the halted masses trying to cross the square and get their errands done!) to see the ''Glockenspiel'' work its magic on the front facade of the Neues Rathaus (New City Hall). As the automated clockwork figures come out to dance, the bells play and the tourists gape. But the Glockenspiel is truly a piece of art, it was built of handmade parts long before automation was the buzzword of the day, and it's still entrancing. There is also a view point in one of its towers (entrance fee €4).
[[Image:Munich Frauenkirche Inside.JPG|thumb|Inside the Frauenkirche]]
*'''Frauenkirche''' (Church of Our Lady) — The Frauenkirche is topped by two copper onion-domed towers recognizable from a distance. Instead of adding sculptural ornamentation in carved stone to the exterior like other typical Gothic churches, the Frauenkirche differs from all contemporary churches in its plain brick simplicity. The church was completed in 1488. The legendary ''Teufelstritt'', or devil's footstep, stems from the large amount of light inside the Frauenkirche that seems to come from nowhere thanks to the large columns that block the view of the windows. According to legend, Jörg of Halspach made a deal with the devil that he could build a church that had a spot where not a single window could be seen from. From the vestibule, looking down the center aisle (as long as the high Baroque altar covered the windows at the very back of the church) there appeared to be no windows at all. The devil stamped his foot in a fit of pique, leaving his "footprint" on a paving stone immediately inside the entrance. Another version tells that this is where the devil stood when he curiously regarded and ridiculed the windowless church that Halsbach had built. In fact, it is a large casting in the square base plate, and none of the side windows can be seen from the spot when one looks to the high altar. The stone is readily visible because it is mustard yellow rather than red and grey like the other tiles. Right to the entrance is a monumental tomb of Emperor Ludwig IV of Bavaria, the work of Hans Krumpper.
*'''Michaelskirche'''— The largest Renaissance church north of the Alps was built between 1583-1599 thanks to Duke Wilhelm V, called The Pious. Despite nearly bankrupting [[Bavaria]], Munich was left with an amazingly beautiful structure that houses an extremely unified iconographic program. "Iconographic program" is just an art term for the overall organized progression of religious images that corresponds to a theme. In the church crypt are the tombs of many members of Wittelsbach dynasty, including that of the "mad king" Ludwig II.
===Museums and galleries===
* <see name = "Residenz" address = "Residenzstraße 1" directions = "" phone = "+49 (089) 2 90 67-1" email= "R[email protected]" fax = "+49 (089) 2 90 67-2 25" url = "" hours = "Apr - 15 Oct: Daily: 9AM-6PM, daily; 16 Oct - Mar: Daily 10AM-4PMdaily" price="Combined admission for treasury and museum: Adults: € 9€9, Reduced: € 8€8">The ''Schatzkammer'' (Treasury) within the Residenz has one of the best collections of ecclesiastical treasures in Europe, not to mention the royal insignia of [[Bavaria]] (crowns, orb, scepter, etc). The Antiquarium has the largest Renaissance room north of the Alps, and the ''Ahnengalerie'' (Ancestral Portrait Gallery) has a Wittelsbach family portrait collection. There is also a series of Rococo rooms by Cuvilliés. </see>
* <see name="Residenz Museum" alt="" address="Residenzstraße 1" directions="" phone="+49 (089) 2 90 67-1" url="" hours="Apr - 15 Oct: Daily: 9AM-6PM, daily; 16 Oct - Mar: Daily: 10AM-4PMdaily" price="Adults: € 6€6, Reduced: € 5€5" lat="" long="" email="[email protected]" fax="+49 (089) 2 90 67-2 25">Step in to the life of royalty in this museum dedicated to showing off the furniture and housewares of the royal family of many generations ago.</see>
* <see name="Schatzkammer (Treasury)" alt="" address="Residenzstraße 1" directions="" phone="+49 (089) 2 90 67-1" url="" hours="Apr - 15 Oct: Daily: 9AM-6PM, daily; 16 Oct - Mar: Daily: 10AM-4PMdaily" price="Adults: € 6€6, Reduced: € 5€5" lat="" long="" email="[email protected]" fax="+49 (089) 2 90 67-2 25">The crown jewels, golden works of art and much more.</see>
* <see name = "Deutsches Museum" address = "Museumsinsel 1" directions = "''Subway S-bahn station Isartor, then follow signs'', alternatively U-bahn Fraunhoferstrasse" phone = "+49 (089) 2179-1" email= "[email protected]" fax = "+49 (089) 2179-324" url = "" hours = "Daily: 10AM-5PM daily (except public holidays)" price="€ 7€8.50 for an adultadults, € 3 for €3 students (Planetarium and branch museums not included), various discounts available">One of the greatest scientific and technical museums in the world, and one of the absolute "must see's" of Munich; if science and technology interest you at all you should not leave it out. Topics range from aviation to breweries, from computer sciences to bridge building. There are many guided tours on specific themes and different languages inside the museum. Plan to spend plenty of time. There's a planetarium and two branch offices in different locations which show vehicles that found no place in downtown Munich. Wheelchair friendly.</see>
* <see name = "Münchner Stadtmuseum(Munich City Museum)" alt="" address = "St.-Jakobs-Platz 1" directions = "" phone = "+49 (089) 233 22370" emailurl= "" fax hours= "+49 (089) 233 25033Tu-Su 10AM-6PM" url price= "httpPermanent exhibitions:€4/€2; Special exhibitions: €6/€3" lat="" hours long= "" priceemail="[email protected]">The historical arsenal fax="+49 (Zeughaus089) was reopened in June 2008 showing a new and exciting 233 25033">Apart from the permanent exhibition on the history of Munich: "exhibitions ''Typically Munich!" '' and ''National Socialism in Munich - Codes of Remembrance'', the Münchner Stadtmuseum presents exhibitions on contemporary and civil history, photography, musical instruments and puppetry/fairground amusement.</see>
* '''National Socialism in Munich'- Codes of Remembrance''&mdash; Exhibits pertaining to the emergence, development, and consequences of National Socialism in Munich from 1918 – 1945. Munich as the point of origin and headquarters of the NSDAP, ‘Capital of the Movement’ and ‘Capital of German Art’: a documentation of contributors, supporters, resistance and victims.
* '''Collection of Photography Museum'''&mdash; Contains three galleries of contemporary German photography, featuring a large monographic or thematic special exhibitionexhibitions.
*'''Collection of Puppetry and Fairground Art'''&mdash; The history of puppet theatre in Munich and a large selection of international puppets are on display. One of the greatest collections of fairground art with highlights of the traditional Oktoberfest.
* '''Collection of Musical Instruments'''&mdash; Contains over 1,600 instruments from Africa, Asia, America and Europe and a special section showing a dozen automatic musical instruments including the important and famous "Stern-Orchestrion". Evening concerts and free Sunday matinées at 11 o’clock transform the showrooms into a sound museum. Special tours available. Check out the special monthly programme of musical events.
* '''Film Museum'''&mdash; Important international films dating from the earliest era of cinema up to contemporary works are presented in the newly renovated film theatre. The complete oeuvre of important German film makers (from F.W. Murnau to Wim Wenders, from Fritz Lang to Herbert Achternbusch) as well as motion picture classics can be found in the collections. With projects such as the reconstruction of the estate of Orson Welles, the Film Museum has earned an outstanding international reputation. Daily shows except on Mondays.
* <see name = "Jewish Museum" address = "St.-Jakobs-Platz 16" directions = "" phone = "+49 (089) 233-28189" email= "[email protected]" fax = "+49 (089) 233-24147" url = "" hours="Tu-Su: 10AM-6PM" price=""></see>
* <see name = "Toy Museum" alt="" address = "Marienplatz 15" directions = "Located inside the old city hall's tower" phone = "+49 (089) 294001" email= "" fax = "" url = "" hours = "10AM-5:30PM daily (Closed on Fasching Tuesday and Dec 24th.24)" price="€4 adults, €1 children" lat="" long="" email="" fax=""> </see>
*'''Kaufingerstr/Neuhauser Str'''&mdash; Located between Marienplatz and Stachus, it is one of the main shopping streets of Munich. This is the place to go for medium range to high end clothing retail, however, there are plenty more stores than just clothing stores like the large retailers Karstadt and Kaufhof.
*'''Gärtnerplatz/Reichenbachstraße/Baaderstraße/Pestalozzistraße'''&mdash; These streets are located in Glockenbach. They and their neighbor streets contain small stores of all kinds that sell homeware, clothes from young designers, shoes, boutiques, record shops etc.
*'''Viktualienmarkt'''. On Viktualienmarkt you will find everything you need to eat. Take a ''Leberkaessemmel'' (&euro;1€1.50) at one of the butcher shops, a huge bowl of soup at ''Münchner Suppenküche'' [] (&euro;3€3-5) or go to Nordsee, a fish restaurant chain. After getting your lunch together have a seat at the beer garden, where you can have a beer with your food. (You can bring your own food to the beer garden too).
* <eat name = "Faun" address = "Hans-Sachs-Str. 17" directions = "" phone = "+49 (089) 263798" email= "" fax = "" url = "" hours = "M-F 10AM-1AM; , Sa -Su 9AM-1AM" price="">Wonderful art nouveau ceiling from 1906. Bavarian and international cuisine at affordable prices.</eat>
* <eat name = "Gasthaus Fraunhofer" address = "Fraunhoferstr. 9" directions = "" phone = "+49 (089) 266460" email= "" fax = "" url = "" hours = "" price="">One of the most traditional restaurants in Munich. Splendid location; they also have a pocket theatre and studio cinema in the backyard. Bavarian brunch with live music on Sundays. Located on Fraunhoferstr, close to the metro station with the same name. This was Munich film director's Rainer Werner Fassbinder favorite restaurant.</eat>
* <eat name = "Sasou" address = "Marienplatz 28" directions = "" phone = "+49 (089) 263701" email= "" fax = "" url = "" hours = "11AM-10PMdaily" price="">This pan-Asian fast food on the Southern side of Marienplatz (same entrance than Cafe Glockenspiel) serves excellent Asian noodle soups for an affordable price.</eat>
* <eat name = "Sax" address = "Hans-Sachs-Str. 5" directions = "" phone = "+49 (089) 268835" email= "" fax = "" url = "" hours = "" price="">Nothing special, but good ambiance and (as said) affordable prices. And there are many other interesting venues on Hans-Sachs-Str, if ever you need an alternative. </eat>
* <eat name = "Pizzeria Monaco" address = "Reichenbachstr. 10" directions = "" phone = "+49 (089) 268141" email= "" fax = "" url = "" hours = "" price="">The usual Italian fare at a very good price.</eat>
* <eat name = "Subway on Viktualienmarkt" address = "Viktualienmarkt 7" directions = "" phone = "+49 (089) 25 54 69 00" email= "" fax = "" url = "" hours = "" price="">Both the owner and his staff speak excellent English and can help English speaking customers. The restaurant has a small patio, on the market square. </eat>
* <eat name = "Bräustüberl" address = "Address" directions = "" phone = "+49 (0)89 290136-10" email= "" fax = "" url = "" hours = "" price="">The Bräustüberl restaurant is located on the first floor of the Hofbräuhaus []. Both the ambiance and food are traditional Bavarian. There is live music most evenings. Reservations are recommended during high season and major festivals.</eat> * <eat name="Paulaner im Tal" address="Tal 12" directions="Walk 200m past the McDonalds and Burger King. Paulaner im Tal is on your right hand side" phone="+49 (089) 21 99 400" email="[email protected]" fax="+49 (089) 21 99 4022" url="" hours="" price="">Great Bavarian food in a cosy atmosphere.</eat> * <eat name="Weißes Bräuhaus" address="Tal 7" directions="" phone="+49 (089) 290138-0" email="[email protected]" fax="+49 (089) 290138-15" url="" hours="Su-F 11AM-2AM, Sa 11AM-3AM" price="">Very rustic ambiance. Maybe the only typical Bavarian restaurant left in the city center. Leave Marienplatz on the east. The street is called ''Tal'' (meaning valley). Walk 100m, ''Weißes Bräuhaus'' is on your left hand side.</eat>
* <eat name = "Paulaner im TalZum Spöckmeier" address = "Tal 12Rosenstrasse 9" directions = "Walk 200m past the McDonalds and Burger King. ''Paulaner im Tal'' is on your right hand side.On Marienplatz" phone = "+49 (089) 21 99 40026 80 88" email= "" fax = "+49 (089) 21 99 402226 05 50 9" url = "" hours = "" price="">Great Modern Bavarian food in a cosy atmospherecuisine, at an affordable price.</eat>
* <eat name = "Weißes BräuhausKilians Irish Pub" address = "Tal 7Frauenplatz 11" directions = "Located directly behind the Frauenkirche" phone = "+49 (089) 290138-02421 9899" email= "[email protected]" fax = "+49 (089) 290138-15" url = "http://www.weisses-brauhauskiliansirishpub.decom" hours = "11AM - until the last guest (approx. 2AM), Sa 11AM - until the last guest (approx. 3AM)" price="">Very rustic ambiance. Maybe Kilians is located behind the only typical Bavarian restaurant left in Frauenkirche and offers the city centerusual Irish beers. Leave Marienplatz on the eastOccasionally it hosts live music and is a popular place among expats, tourists, and Germans alike. The street staff is called ''Tal'' (meaning valley). Walk 100m, ''Weißes Bräuhaus'' is on your left hand sidefriendly and vigilant about protecting their customers - a string of pickpocket thefts in 2004 caused them to post warnings to customers.</eat>
* <eat name = "Zum SpöckmeierHaxnbauer" address = "Rosenstrasse 9Sparkassenstrasse 6" directions = "On Marienplatz" phone = "+49 (089) 26 80 88216 654 0" email= "" fax = "+49 (089) 26 05 50 9228 301 5" url = "" hours = "" price="">Modern Bavarian cuisine, at an affordable priceHaxnbauer is a restaurant where you can taste Schweinhaxe. While ordering the waiter brings several knuckles with prices on them so that you could choose which you like best.</eat>
* <eat name = "Kilians Irish PubBratwurst Glöckl" address = "Frauenplatz 119" directions = "Located directly behind the Frauenkirche" phone = "+49 (089) 2421 9899291945-0" email= "[email protected]" fax = "+49 (089) 290 47 36" url = "" hours = "" price="">Kilians is located behind the Frauenkirche and offers the usual Irish beersAn authentic restaurant with a good variety of sausages. Occasionally it hosts live music and is a popular Great place among expats, tourists, to sit and Germans alike. The staff is friendly and vigilant about protecting their customers - a string of pickpocket thefts in 2004 caused them to post warnings to customersrelax outside. </eat>
* <eat name = "HaxnbauerNatraj" alt="" address = "Sparkassenstrasse 6Nymphenburgerstrasse" directions = "" phone = "+49 (089) 216 654 0" email= "[email protected]" fax = "+49 (089) 228 301 5" url = "" hours = "" price="" lat="" long="">Haxnbauer is a restaurant where you can taste SchweinhaxeAuthentic indian food, wide range of veg and non-veg dishes and thalis. While ordering the waiter brings several knuckles with prices on them so that you could choose which you like bestLocated 100m from U-station Stiglmaierplatz. </eat>
* <eat name = "Bratwurst GlöcklRoecklplatz" alt="" address = "Frauenplatz 9Isartalstr. 26" directions = "" phone = "+49 (0890) 29194589-0" email= "[email protected]" fax = "+49 (089) 290 47 3645217129" url = "" hours = "" price="" lat="" long="">An authentic restaurant Traditional food with a good variety of sausagesmodern flair. Great place to sit Their beergarden is popular with locals and relax far only few tourists!</eat>
*<eat name="NatrajHaguruma" alt="Japanese restaurant" address="NymphenburgerstrasseBaaderstr. 62" directions="" phone="+49 89/2016911" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Authentic indian food, wide range of veg and nonM-veg dishes and thalis. Located 100m from USa 12:00-station Stiglmaierplatz.<15:00/eat>*<eat name="Roecklplatz" alt="" address="Isartalstr. 26" directions="" phone="+49 (0)8918:00-45217129" url="http23://" hours="30" price="" lat="48.12922" long="11.5769">Disadvantaged young people are enabled to make an appreanticeship in this An authentic Japanese restaurant guided by a chef and a social worker. They do traditional with equally authentic food with a modern flair and it's successful. Their beergarden is popular with locals and so far only few tourists!</eat>
* <eat name = "Ratskeller" alt="" address = "Marienplatz 8" directions = "" phone = "+49 (089) 219989-0" email= "[email protected]" fax = "+49 (089) 219989-30" url = "" hours = "" price="" lat="" long="" email="[email protected]" fax="+49 (089) 219989-30">Offers real Bavarian food and is easy to find. Find the Neues Rathaus (The Gothic city hall) and descend into the the basement. The entire basement is a restaurant. Great for experiencing Bavarian customs. </eat>
[[Image:HBamPlatzl.jpg|right|200px|The Hofbräuhaus is the liquid symbol of Munich]]
* <drink name = "Hofbräuhaus" address = "am Platzl 9" directions = "" phone = "+49 (089) 290136-10" email= "" fax = "+49 (089) 22 75 86" url = "" hours = "" price="">Touristy, but fun, with good beer and "oom-pah" bands. The Hofbräuhaus, Munich's (and maybe the world's) most famous brewpub, moved to its current location in 1644. It opened to the public after 1830. Nowadays, the embodiment of Bavarian beer culture is visited only by tourists. More likely than not you will hear the famous "eins, zwei, g'suffa!" song at least once if you spend any time there at all. Basically it means "one, two, drink up!" Bring your passport, because you're likely to be asked for ID, and without your passport bouncers will not let you in. </drink>
* <drink name = "Augustiner Keller" address = "Arnulfstrasse 52" directions = "" phone = "+49 (089) 59 43 93" email= "[email protected]" fax = "+49 (089) 5 50 44 15" url = "" hours = "" price="">Locals and many beer aficionados say the beer here is Bavaria's best. The Augustiner's indoor beer garden is comfortable even in rotten weather, with its high ceilings and good lighting. But ultimately the most satisfying beer garden is the one at which one is a regular. Tables marked ''Stammtisch'', perhaps with a day or time afterward, are reserved for regular gangs of beer buddies who meet same time, same place each week. </drink>
* <drink name = "Augustiner Großgaststätte" address = "Neuhauser Straße 27" directions = "" phone = "+49 (49089) 89 23 183-257" url = "" hours = "" price=""> History has it that beer has been brewed and drank on this site since the 14th century and upon entering you may be inclined to agree with that assertion. Augustiner brews great beers and this place has them all. There are smoking and non-smoking sections of the cavernous hall, but don't expect to find much difference. If the weather is nice, order a Weißbier and sit outside at one of the tables set up to watch pedestrian traffic along Neuhauser. </drink>
* <drink name = "Andechser Am Dom" address = "Weinstraße 7a" directions = "" phone = "+49 (49089) 089 29 84 81" url = "" hours = "" price=""> This is a good place to stop off if you are going to visit the Frauenkirche. Andechs beers are all brewed at the Klosterbraueri which is a fun side trip in itself and all the beers are world-class. The place is much smaller than most places and seating is limited, but they have tables with a view of the Kirche outside in the summer time and a nice outdoor patio that is heated during the winter. The food is also quite good and quite varied. This place gets pretty packed at around 3:30PM or 4PM so get there early if you want a table. Otherwise order a beer and strike up a conversation. </drink>
===Clubs and Discos===
*Bars in the '''GaertnerplatzviertelGärtnerplatzviertel:''' In this very trendy area between Viktualienmarkt and the Isar, you will find several good bars and clubs, like '''K.U.K. Klub''', '''Red Star''', '''Trachtenvogel''', '''Holy Home''' (all on Reichenbachstr.), '''Lizard Lounge''' (Corneliusstr.), '''Cafe Café am Hochhaus''' (Blumenstr. opposite the firestation) or '''Buena Vista''' (Cuban bar opposite Schrannenhalle in a street called "Am Einlass").
* <drink name = "8 Seasons" address = "Maximilianstr. 2" directions = "" phone = "" email= "" fax = "" url = "" hours = "" price="">Opened on the 1st of April 2004 it should be closed now (more than 8 seasons later), but it still is open. Exclusive club with a very nice roof-deck with a great view to of the ''Frauenkirche''. </drink>
* <drink name = "Atomic CafeCafé" alt="" address = "Neuturmstr. 5, 80331 München" directions = "" phone = "" email= "" fax = "089/2283054" url = "" hours = "" price="" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">The Atomic Café is not the typical Munich disco, it has a comfortable sofa area, nostalgic lava lamps and a cosy flair. The stylish 60s design fits perfectly to the varied choice of music. The organisers don't just rely on techno and trance, everything is played here from "easy listening" over "rare groove" to beat and electronic sounds and is also known as Munich's HQ for Britpop. It is also possible to see top international bands live on stage without paying excessive prices for "standing room only".</drink>
* <drink name = "Crown's Club" alt="" address = "Maximilianstrasse Maximilianstr./Am Kosttor" directions = "" phone = "+49 (089) 25 54 67 00" email= "" fax = "/25546700" url = "" hours = "" price="" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">Opened by the former bouncer of the P1 club. It has capacity for 500 guests and should be extremely exclusive. But as there are three clubs in Munich trying to be "extremely exclusive" (P1, 8 Seasons being the others) you may have a chance to get in (if you are well dressed, of course). </drink>
* <drink name = "Ampere im MuffathalleMuffatwerk" alt="" address = "Zellstr. 4" directions = "" phone = "+49 (089) /45 875 010" email= "" fax = "87 50 10" url = "" hours = "" price="" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">This "arts factory" in the heart of Munich has a truly inspired concert hall with café. From the classic "Into Something Friday" or an "Exclusive Line-Up", the Muffathalle Muffatwerk always has something "great" on offer...and you can treat yourself to some well earned rest in the nearby café/bistro. </drink>
* <drink name = "Madam Cabaret" address = " Ledererstr. 19" directions = "" phone = "+49 (089) 295938" email= "" fax = "" url = "" hours = "" price="">This is Munich's oldest gentleman's club which offers a variety of dancers. Quite small and offers an intimate atmosphere. </drink>
* <drink name = "P1 Club" address = "Prinzregentenstraße Prinzregentenstr. 1" directions = "" phone = "+49 (089) 211 114 0" email= "[email protected]" fax = "+49 (089) 211 114 14" url = "" hours = "" price="">This club lives from its reputation it build up many years ago. Management had made a mistake by getting greedy and doubling its size. Thus it has been a problem staying exclusive and simultaneously having enough guests to guarantee a good atmosphere. The bouncers are eventually understanding that P1 is just one of many discos nowadays. Prices are ok.</drink>
* <sleep name = "Wombat's" address = "Senefelderstraße 1" directions = "" phone = "+49 (089) 5998 918-0" email= "" fax = "+49 (089) 5998 918-10" url = "" price="">Clean hostel with good bar, cheap food and breakfast (for a fee). </sleep>
* <sleep name = "YMCA Youth Hotel" address = "Landwehrstraße 13" directions = "Between Karlstor and Central Station" phone = "+49 (089) 55 21 41 -0" email= "" fax = "+49 (089) 55 04 28 2" url = "" price="">Clean hostel with good breakfast and friendly service. Please note that the "House Rules" prohibit unmarried couples sharing a room. </sleep>
* <sleep name="KING's Hotel Center" alt="" address="Marsstr. 15" directions="In walking distance to Central Main Station Hauptbahnhof Muenchen" phone="+49 (089) 51 55 30" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="" lat="" long="" email="" fax="+49 (089) 51 55 33 00">Three star hotel, cheap when online booking via the website, with or without breakfast, internet access and four poster bed in every room, friendly service, dogs allowed.</sleep>
* <sleep name="Non-Smoking Hotel Royal" alt="" address="Schillerstr. 11A 80336 München" directions="" phone="+49 /89 59988160/59 98 81 60" url="" checkin="2 pm" checkout="11 am" price="" lat="" long="" email="[email protected]" fax="">Non-smoking hotel with free wi-fi internet and free premiere movie channel ( german & english ). Central location and only a few minutes to walk from pedestrian area, Marienplatz, Hofbräuhaus and the Oktoberfest-grounds. 24 hour reception.</sleep>
* <sleep name="Hotel Wallis" alt="" address="Schwanthalerstrasse 8" directions="" phone="089/5490290" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">Don't let the austere facade fool you, the Hotel Wallis is quite charming inside. With bedrooms are small, they are furnished in a toned down Alpine-village style. Breakfast is served daily. </sleep>
* <sleep name="Hotelissimo Haberstock Swiss Quality Hotel" alt="" address="München, D-80336" directions="" phone="" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="" lat="" long="" 258="258" 98="98" email="[email protected]" fax="+49 (0089)89 550 36 34">200m from railway station and 300m to city center.</sleep>
* <sleep name="Hotel Präsident" alt="" address="Schwanthalerstr. 20" directions="" phone=" +49 (089/) 549006-0" email="" fax="" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="">Pleasant 3 star hotel that offers a charming ambiance and business travel facilities.</sleep>
* <sleep name = "InterCityHotel Munich" address = "Bayerstrasse 10" directions = "Connected to the Hauptbahnhof" phone = "+49 (089) 44 44 4-0" email= "" fax = "+49 (089) 44 44 4-599" url = "" price="€77 - €265 per night265">Good value for money at a great location. Rooms are small but simple, but the easy access to the train station is convenient.</sleep>
* <sleep name="NH Deutscher Kaiser" alt="" address="Arnulfstrasse 2, 80335 Munich" directions="" phone="" email="" fax="" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="">Located at the foot of the central station, this hotel wins points for location, but quite a soulless hotel although the staff are attentive.[]</sleep>
* <sleep name = "Hotel Bayerischer Hof" address = "Promenadeplatz 2-6" directions = "" phone = "+49 (089) 21 20-0" email= "[email protected]" fax = "+49 (089) 21 20-906" url = "" price="">One of the grand old dames in Munich, the hotel's splendor and facilities reflect the personal management of the Volkhardt family who have owned the hotel for four generations. A luxury hotel, it boasts an admired location, a pool well positioned on the top floor alongside a gym and spa bar. Rooms are calm and spacious with big double beds, flatscreen TV's and a sitting area. The large bathrooms have a private phone and plenty of shelf space, with a shower-tub combination. Rooms are furnished in both modern and traditional pieces, with marble, antiques and art decorated plentifully, and you can dine at any one of the three fabulous restaurants. Rates include a champagne breakfast.</sleep>
* <sleep name = "Le Meridien Munich" address = "Bayerstrasse 41" directions = "The hotel is located across the street from the main train station." phone = "+49 (089) 24220" email= "" fax = "+49 (089) 2422 2025" url = "" price="€150 - €615">Le Meridien has all of the old-world flair one expects from a charming European hotel, combined with modern amenities. High speed internet access and sleek conference rooms for business meetings provide an elegant atmosphere for corporate events.</sleep>
* <sleep name = "Hilton Munich Park" address = "Am Tucherpark 7" directions = "" phone = "+49 (089) 38450" email= "" fax = "+49 (089) 38452588" url = "" checkin = "2PM" checkout= "noon" price="">This five star hotel has floor-to-ceiling picture windows showcasing a distant view of the Alps. The hotel also comprises of 3 restaurants, a bar, an indoor pool with fitness center and 24-hr room service.</sleep>
* <sleep name="KING's Hotel First Class" address = "Dachauer Str. 13, 80335 Munich." directions = "In walking distance to Central Main Station Hauptbahnhof Muenchen" phone = "+49 (089) 55 18 7-0" email="" fax="" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price=""> 4 Star Hotel, very individual, no hotel chain, four poster bed and internet access in every room, friendly service, dogs allowed. []</sleep>

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