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Hotels near Schwabing in Munich, Germany
Munich has many different districts to choose from - but none are as creative, pleasure loving and filled with green spaces as the northern district of Schwabing. Venere has partnered with the best hotels in Schwabing, Munich, so that anyone who wants to explore this fascinating part of Munich can do so in the perfect accommodation. There are hotels for all budgets and sizes of travel group, whether you are a honeymooning couple or a solo traveler. Each hotel listing includes a useful location map, showing how close the hotel is to Munich's major attractions. You can view photographs of hotel rooms and read through informative reviews by past visitors as well. It all helps to give the fullest possible picture of what to expect. If you book early, you can also expect big discounts with Venere's travel partners in Schwabing, so have a look and find the perfect hotel for you.
What's Schwabing Like?
When you think of Schwabing, you think of bohemian lifestyles, art galleries, live music and creativity. Munich's cultural center is the best place in town to see street performers, discover pop-up art and dining, and party till the small hours. Attractions in the area include the huge English Garden, with its pagodas and pavilions, beer gardens lining its edges and even the opportunity to try surfing on the Eisbach. Just to the west, you can visit the 1972 Olympic Park, with its striking modern architecture, while you can see a huge range of artworks at nearby galleries like the Neue Pinakothek or the Museum Brandhorst. There is also the fascinating BMW Museum, the Zenith Cultural Center in a restored industrial setting and the Bavarian National Museum - a must for history buffs.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Munich
English is widely spoken in Munich, but it always helps when meeting the locals if you can try a few words of German. So learn a few phrases and be at an immediate advantage. Meeting people is easy during festival season - and no festival is more welcoming than the legendary Oktoberfest (which starts in September). But the beer halls of Munich are always a good place to meet Bavarians, and many of them are also housed in historical, beautiful buildings. If beer isn't your passion, get to know the city by bike. Munich is one of the world's safest cycling cities and the local government has made getting around very easy on two wheels. Try one of the many bike tours to see everything at a sedate pace when you visit hotels in Schwabing, Munich with Venere.