Atlas City Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Paul-Heyse-Str. 18, Munich, Bavaria, 80336, Germany
Atlas City Hotel
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Costs 42% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Munich- Frankfurt

by worshik

i will be in Munich on Sept 12(Sunday) at 8 AM arrving from Vienna by air.I have to attend a meeting in Munich on 13th and then a meeting in Frankfurt on 14th morning. I would like to visit must see places in Munich. please suggest the must see places and a train pass I should buy to cover Munich and then leave to Frankfurt.

Re: Munich- Frankfurt

by abalada

On Sunday buy a MVV day ticket for the entire MVV network. EUR 10,40.
On Monday a MVV day ticket for the inner MVV area (= the city of Munich). EUR 5,20.

From Munich to Frankfurt you can buy a discounted train ticket in advance.
DB timetable
From: Munich
To: Frankfurt

You can buy this ticket to any S-Bahn station in Frankfurt, i.e. to a one close to the hotel you'll stay in.

Re: Munich- Frankfurt

by leics

As Abalada says, you do not need to buy a train pass. Ticket machines are easy to use and have English language options.

If you look at

(which is my p[referred link)

you will see that there are special advance online fares for the Munich>Frankfurt segment on 14th. You receive an eticket, which you print out and present to the guard with the card you used to purchase the ticket (this is essential). The whole system works very efficiently.

For the 'must-see' places put 'munich' into the searchbox at the top of this page. you will find hundreds of ideas, tips and pages of information all written by VT locals and visitors.

Travel Tips for Munich


by chancay

I think there are to places that are wordwide known about Munich, it is the Hofbräuhaus and the Oktoberfest...well, other words all around B E E R.
Munich has surely a lot more to offer, but this shouldn´t be forgotten here to mention, of course. Look at the t-logue
to get some few impressions of this HUGE funfair.


by acemj

I spent a great afternoon (by far the sunniest of the three days I spent in Munich) strolling around town with Richie (richiecdisc) and Husain (husain). It was great to finally meet both of them after communicating online for a few years and living vicariously through each others' various travels.


by LysDor

Upstair there is this cosy and discret weinhaus just next MarienPlatz that offers a wide range of german wines. It is here that I tasted a dry-white-wine which just stucked onto my palate - it was meant for diabetes-people - no sugar!

It was good by all means after you'll get to appreciate it, and I loved the dryeness of it...!
I just enjoyed it soooooooo much I forgot I had reservation for a dinner place -ups!!
Fortunatly downstairs there was a relaxed typical bavarian restaurant and we could have a nice dinner there!

Address: Sparkassenstraße 1, 80331 München.
Tel: 089/29161306
Open: Mo-Sa 11.30am to 3pm and from 5.30pm until 1am (Kitchen closes at 10pm)

Eat some Weisswuerstl!
In the...

by tabatha

Eat some Weisswuerstl!
In the ealy time you had to eat them before the clock beats 12 , because they weren´t preboiled.
Today you can eat them the whole day. Don´t forget the sweet mustard, a Weissbier and 'a Breze'.
Have a good meal or ' ´n Gut´n' !

Somber experience

by mdraper

Unless you're very well versed in concentration camps, this is an eye-opening experience. This monument that has been created to memorialize the terror of the 20th century deserves a day of your time. Most notable is how this all came about; circumstances, the times and the convergence of commonplace events makes you wonder just how many more times things like this will occur in human history. "Never again" is only a dream as long as apathy and ignorance exist.


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