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Day trips around Munich

Are you planning a day trip?
We have made a list with the most interesting destinations for you. 
If you are interested in going anywhere else, please do not hesitate to ask.
And the best part: You can start your day trips right at Central Station opposite of our Hotel Europäischer Hof.



BMW Welt in Munich is a fantastic destination for car enthusiasts and families alike. Visitors can admire the latest BMW models presented in an impressive architectural design, experience interactive exhibitions and take part in guided tours of the production facilities. The restaurants of BMW Welt invite you to take a short break and the various stores offer souvenirs to remind you of your visit.



Munich is also home to FC Bayern and its soccer stadium, the Allianz Arena. At the Allianz Arena, visitors will find the FC Bayern Museum as well as an FC Bayern Store and various culinary options. When FC Bayern has a home game, the Allianz Arena glows in vibrant red. Both on match days and on other days, there are various tour offers that provide an insight into the history of the Allianz Arena and FC Bayern Munich.



The lakes Tegernsee, Chiemsee, Ammersee and Starnberger See are popular excursion destinations in Bavaria. Visitors can enjoy sailing and hiking activities or swimming and water sports.

Lake Chiemsee is the largest lake in Bavaria and is home to two idyllic islands, Herrenchiemsee and Frauenchiemsee, where you can also visit castles built by Bavarian kings. There are also many historic buildings to see around Lake Starnberg and local restaurants and cafes invite you to take a break.



Zugspitze is Germany’s highest mountain. Visitors can take the Zugspitzbahn to the summit and enjoy the breathtaking views of the surrounding Alpine landscape. In winter, skiing and snowboarding are popular activities, while hiking and mountain tours attract visitors during the summer. The Zugspitze region is home to a number of beautiful sceneries, such as the crystal-clear Eibsee lake at an altitude of almost 1,000 meters, the narrow Partnachklamm gorge and the world-famous winter sports town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen.



Commissioned by Bavaria’s reclusive “fairy tale king” Ludwig II and opened to the public after his mysterious death in Lake Starnberg in 1886, Neuschwanstein Castle is now the most visited attraction in Bavaria. The castle, which combines neo-Romanesque and neo-Gothic elements, is visited by over 1.5 million people from all over the world each year.  Besides the impressive scenery, there are also a variety of tours and activities that visitors can enjoy.




Linderhof Castle is one of King Ludwig II‘s royal residences and is the only major palace building he lived to see completed. The castle is known for its magnificent interior, especially the Hall of Mirrors, and the surrounding park. In the parks, visitors can marvel at other small buildings such as the Temple of Venus, the Chapel of St. Anna, or the Moroccan House, originally built as an exhibition pavilion at the World’s Fair. With terraced gardens and a swan pond, the park also invites visitors to take a break and simply enjoy the beautiful scenery.




Today, in addition to educational programs on its NS past, the Kehlsteinhaus, also known as “Eagle’s Nest“, houses a Bavarian restaurant and a viewing platform, which offers a spectacular view of the Berchtesgadener Land and Lake Königssee at an altitude of over 1,800 meters.


Salzburg, located in Austria, is known around the world as the city of Mozart. In addition to the composer’s birthplace, there are many historic buildings and traditional stores to admire in Salzburg’s old town. High above the city, the Hohensalzburg Fortress offers an impressive view over the Salzburg region.



When you book our hotel online, you can choose from three categories: Urban Smart, Standard Class and Comfort Class, which differ in size, location and facilities.

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