Hahn Hotel

Landsberger Strasse 117, Munich, Bavaria, 80339, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Schwanthalerhöhe area of Munich, is near Theresienwiese, Maximillianstrasse, Buchheim Museum, and Deutsches Theater München.
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    Travel Blogs from Munich

    Salzburg Day Trip

    A travel blog entry by jim.diane on Sep 04, 2014

    11 photos

    ... sights. We took the bus to the center of town and walked down Getreidegasse Street - the main drag. We went to Mozart's birthplace which was full of historical information. We then took a Starbucks/pretzel break. Next was the Salzburg Panorama and Museum. We walked around Mozartplatz, Residenzplatz & Kaitelplatz (squares) seeing all the historical buildings and cathedral. We took the Funicular up to Hohensalzburg Fortress where ...

    Exploring Munich

    A travel blog entry by alanna21 on Jun 11, 2014

    4 photos

    ... include having a small locker for your personal beer Stein. Outside of the haufbrau haus we were by an Irish bar that our tour guide used to work at, he was telling us about this crazy alcohol they have, it is called Stroh, and is 80% ! A bunch of the guys on our tour decided to go in a try the shot, dont worry no toursits were harmed in the happenings of this story ;) At the end of our tour our guide offered to take anyone who was interested to the surfers wave. ...

    More Palaces?

    A travel blog entry by mark_robyn on May 27, 2014

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... monarchy when they ruled Bavaria. In 1385 was when the first buildings were erected on the site, however construction on the Palace as it is seen today was started in the early part of the 16th century and continued during various reigns of electorates or monarchs over the next 300 years. A great majority of the Palace was destroyed during WW II because the Residenz is in ...

    Great for beer lovers

    A travel blog entry by bmenke on Feb 24, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... gave a show similar to the astronomical clock in Prague. At 11 o'clock, figurines sprang to live depicting the wedding of Wilhelm V of Bavaria (the region Munich is in formally it's own Germanic country) to an Austrian girl. There was a small joust in which the Austrian fell back on his horse. The second set of figurines showed a dance of men twirling in circles on one leg with a hand in the air as a sign the Plague was gone. There was a clown, who was a form ...

    Neuschwanstein Schloss

    A travel blog entry by while on Jul 15, 2013

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... a place exists in Munich). I set about getting to it. Plan A is to U-bahn to Marienplatz then walk across the bridge to get to the pizza, but walking around by myself in Munich for the first time, and with it now being 8 pm in the evening, I get nervous at the drunk people fast. Plan B is to then S-bahn to a closer stop. I do this but then struggle to figure out which way to walk. I got un-used to walking around large foreign cities by myself pretty fast, though this is also much ...