Hotel an der Oper

Falkenturmstrasse 10, Munich, Bavaria, 80331, Germany | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Altstadt - Lehel area of Munich, is near Hofbrauhaus Munchen, Alter Hof, Cashmere House Lamm, and Bulgari.
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    Travel Blogs from Munich

    Days 13 & 14 - Berchtesgaden & Munich

    A travel blog entry by jccharbonneau on Sep 27, 2014

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    ... that went around the peak of Kehlstein mountain. Knowing that we had to soon depart to catch our pre-booked bus ride back down the mountain, we were disappointed that we wasted time sitting in the restaurant and missed this hiking opportunity, which not only both of our Germany guide books but also the tourist information for the site had neglected to mention. As the clouds parted, we were finally favoured with the beautiful views of the Alps and Southern Germany that we sought, and ...

    The Big Smoke

    A travel blog entry by dorothy73 on Sep 02, 2014

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... was our last visit for the day. This car-free area leads through a great shopping district - in the 12th century this was the town's main commercial area. St Michael's Church sits in this area and is one of first great Renaissance buildings north of the Alps. It was built in the late 1500's and has a brilliantly decorated interior. Time to retreat back to our apartment but we will return to this area as there is more we want to see.

    Dachau and Hofbrauhaus

    A travel blog entry by pcann_pie on Aug 07, 2014

    ... thing that I learned here is that Hitler actually never visited any of the camps. There were two types of camps: Labor camps( Dachau) and Dwath Camps (such as Auschwitz).
    This place was a crazy place to be, and I could just imagine everything that went on here.

    For dinner, we had a group dinner at the Hofbrauhaus in Munich, which is a symbolic beer hall in Germany that has a "medieval times" feel to it, but German at the dame ...

    Day 11 - Hallstatt to Munich

    A travel blog entry by emilie.gauthier on Jun 24, 2014

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    We had planned it to be a slow and relaxing day, so we asked for a late check out and slept in... Well we tried to sleep in, but the church bells right beside our hotel room rang over 60 times at 6am, and I had trouble falling asleep after that. The breakfast was served until 10am, and because I don't drink coffee or tea with breakfast, the waitress lady made me a hot chocolate... Yum! We slept very well, on that large comfortable bed ...

    Did the tourist thing, cars are wwaayyy better

    A travel blog entry by davidmyall on Aug 24, 2013

    20 photos

    ... and there are many, wanted to throw me in the freezer. So I went shopping to kill time, hence the sista handbags.

    After that I drove the airport and checked into the Novotel then dropped off the car. Yay!. That was an awesome process, amazing German efficiency ya. There is excellent signage once in the airport precinct to find the drop off point, they outsource / co-source it so no matter who you hired from you just rock up ...