Munich Hotel Shuttles
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A wise city that offers centuries of architecture repurposed as modern exhibits and cafes, Munich is not only the capital of Germany’s state of Bavaria but a safe haven for artists, business travelers and lovers of world-famous luxury. Find traditional German hospitality through various popular hotels, firstly considering how you’ll get through the area. Reserve a private vehicle to leave plenty of options available, choosing between the simplicity of sedans perfect for discovering the beauty of the Swiss Alps, also considering easy drop offs to wherever with the courtesy of professional meet-and-greet services that range from simple taxi drop offs perfect for arriving to the Internationales Congress Center München to luxurious stretched limousines great for taking celebrations on the move. The entire Munich area is also connected by a vast subway and light rail system that connects to popular parks, historic landmarks and Munich Airport.
Ensure you’re in the right place by focusing on where to spend the night, paying close attention to key neighborhoods that fit various needs ranging from family-friendly quietude to upbeat streets perfect for solo travelers. Those looking to avoid the buzz should consider suburban parklands in the eastern Trudering-Riem area, home to hotels such as the H4 Hotel München Messe as well as Hotel Obermaier, or enjoy easy access anywhere by staying close to the transit-heavy ambiance of the historic Karlsplatz Square, some of the most popular stays being Hotel Cocoon Hauptbahnhof and Schiller5 Hotel. And for creative travelers interested in the city’s growing art scene, choose from a handful of boutique stays in the Isarvorstadt neighborhood, whether it’s Arthotel München’s pop-themed suites or H+ Hotel München’s bright minimalist look.
Once the logistical wheels of your trip are set in motion, the real fun can begin - look forward to some of Munich’s most treasured getaways that include the festive beer garden atmosphere that fills the air of almost every major park, from the idyllic lawns of English Garden to Luitpold Park’s mind-bending hedge maze. And for those interested in taking a tour through the area’s rich past, consider walking through a few royal settings that range from the palace greenhouses of Nymphenburg to the grandiose mansion atmosphere of Munich Residenz. One-of-a-kind landmarks are also available and include vibrant produce and handicrafts sold at the historic Victuals Market as well as old relics like the 14th-century clocktower at Old Town Hall.
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