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Sights in Munich

From the LOUIS Hotel located directly at the Viktualienmarkt you are in the middle of all sights

The Bavarian capital of Munich with its nearly 1.5 million inhabitants is the largest city in Bavaria and the third largest city in Germany. Located directly at the Viktualienmarkt, our LOUIS hotel puts you right in the middle of all the sights to discover.

Sights in Munich

From the LOUIS Hotel am Viktualienmarkt in Munich you start a historical walk in 2 minutes you get to the Old Town Hall including the Toy Museum. Via Marienplatz with a snapshot at the fish fountain you continue to the two famous towers of the church Frauenkirche. Friends of exhibitions, art and culture can let off steam in the Kunstareal München, an entire district with 18 museums and exhibition spaces as well as numerous galleries, which is only an 8-minute drive away. Whether you explore Munich on your own or on a guided tour, one weekend in the Bavarian capital will not be enough to see "everything". We look forward to seeing you or seeing you again - perhaps for the next soccer match at the Allianz Arena or at an event in the Olympic Park?

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Shopping in the Bavarian capital

In the middle of Munich, you are in good hands for a an extensive shopping tour: luxurious and exclusive brands in Maximilianstraße and in the shopping arcade "Fünf Höfe" or with a long history in the traditional department stores Ludwig Beck and Oberpollinger. Young designer fashion can be found at Wild Munich, for example, and sustainable fashion labels such as A Kind of Guise or ThokkThokk are also based in Munich. For a Bavarian traditional costume, the choice is almost endless - whether traditional, tailored or exquisite - you are sure to find the right Trachten store for you in Munich.

Parks and gardens in the Isar metropolis

It's not just the historical development of the green spaces that is worth seeing, but the parks and gardens themselves. Stroll through the 17th century Nymphenburg Palace Park or head for the Monopteros and Chinese Tower in the English Garden. By the way, you can surf or watch surfing there at the Eisbach. On the other side of the Isar you can stroll through the Maximiliansanlagen and for a summery cool down the Isar beach or the Prinzregentenbad are close by.