Herzog Wilhelm Hotel

Herzog-Wilhelm-Strasse 23, Munich, Bavaria, 80331, Germany | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Altstadt - Lehel area of Munich, is near Asam's Church (Asamkirche), Altes Hackerhaus, City-Kinos, and Bottles.
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    Travel Blogs from Munich

    Salzburg Day Trip

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

    11 photos

    ... around admiring the views of the city. The fortress was never used to defend the city. Walked through an old cemetery then visited the musical theater complex that seats over 5000 people. Walked back through town and caught the bus to the station. Bought a cheese sandwich to tide us over on the 2 hour train ride back to Munich. We left at 5:12 PM and arrived at 7:10. The train was packed because there is a festival in Rosenheim. ...

    Exploring Munich

    A travel blog entry by alanna21 on Jun 11, 2014

    4 photos

    ... probably the highlight of my day. The surfers wave is a man made contraption where they have places concrete sides to direct the flow of the river and made a shallow region using concrete to create a large wave. Tons of amazing surfers were there lined up on both sides, alternating who would go in. Whoever put on an excellent display of talent would be appreciated by other surfers tapping their boards. Instead of paddling and popping up there appeared to be two ways ...

    More Palaces?

    A travel blog entry by mark_robyn on May 27, 2014

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... of Munich. Reconstruction occurred after the war and was completed during the 1980's, some rooms were not rebuilt to their original look. The Bavarian Monarchy ended in 1918 with the German Revolution as WW I was nearing a close. The reconstruction work that has been done is very impressive and there were many works of art that survived the war that are placed in ...

    Great for beer lovers

    A travel blog entry by bmenke on Feb 24, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... for children in this time, doing pelvic thrust dances. He also tips the kid's noses with red lead paint. The poor children had to survive the Plague, a creepy clown, and lead paint...it's a wonder Europe ever survived. The show is not impressive to a person of our era until you remember the mechanics it takes for these clock shows are hundreds of years old- which is quite impressive indeed. Side note: The astronomical clock in Prague was rate #1 most ...

    Munich

    A travel blog entry by ccruff on Oct 05, 2013

    42 photos

    ... I happily spent 15 euro on. We ended our evening with a glorious donor kebab. So cheap and so delicious. The next day we slept in for a bit before trying to hit Oktoberfest around noon. Thinking it was a weekday we thought we would be fine finding a spot to sit. Wrong. It was a bank holiday and all of Germany came to Munich to get hammered at Oktoberfest on a Thursday. I had no clue what we were getting ourselves into. Not only is Oktoberfest the biggest drinking festival. ...