Villa am Schlosspark

Address: Hieberplatz 3-5, Munich, Bavaria, 81247, Germany | 3 star hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Munich

        Day 32 - Octoberfester!

        A travel blog entry by hopptwo on Oct 03, 2015

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        ... for the Octoberfest and we were off to the subway headed to the festival. As one can imagine, we weren't the only ones with this idea. The subway was literally packed. We practically stood nose to nose with those standing by. We decided to get off a stop early and walk the rest of the way as it was very warm in the subway car. We came out at Marianplatz where Munich city hall (Rathaus) is located. It was right at the time that a rally/demonstration was in full swing. We believe ...

        Getting into Playing Condition in the Alps

        A travel blog entry by mike.donat on Jun 23, 2015

        12 photos

        ... that we'd ascend and descend during the course of the tour. The castle itself is beautiful even though Ludwig did not finish it. The decorations and the incredible details really shed light in how Ludwig became more and more reclusive in life. Linderhof was an homage to Versaille whereas Neuschwanstein is about fairy tales and dreams. We thoroughly enjoyed the tour and I found it more interesting and enjoyed it more than the first time ...

        Maximilian, Loodvik and Adolf!

        A travel blog entry by peterconnor on Apr 10, 2015

        3 comments, 16 photos

        ... Munich. Coupled with what I learnt on the bike tour it has indeed whetted my appetite to read more on the German and Bavarian
        past.It was more than apt that our bike tour commenced beneath the Old Town Hall and built in the 14th century.

        Although there is evidence of early human settlement in the area and a scattered Roman influence throughout, the Munich area was first settled by Benedictine Monks around the 9th Century. They must have known I was ...

        Merry Munichristmas!

        A travel blog entry by koppers on Dec 24, 2014

        7 photos

        ... climbed the hill to the town’s castle from which we were able to appreciate some breathtaking views of the city and the surrounding mountains. At night, the city came alive with Christmas lights lining every building; we wandered around for hours just soaking up the spirit of the season.

        Friday, December 26th - Innsbruck:
        We awoke to a snow-covered city. Perhaps “covered” is a bit of an exaggeration: it ...

        Munich - Day 1

        A travel blog entry by t.bird on Aug 25, 2014

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        ... the middle of the square with a golden statue of the Virgin Mary on top of it. The most dominant building in Marienplatz is the Neues Rathaus (New town hall) which was completed in 1909. It was one of the few buildings to escape the bombings during the WW2. Next to it is Altes Rathaus (old town hall) built in the 15th century. It was not as lucky as the new town hall and was badly damaged during the war. So they rebuilt it in the 1970's in the same style. So the old town hall is ...