Best Western Premier Bayerischer Hof Miesbach

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Oskar von Miller Strasse 2-4, Miesbach, Bavaria, 83714, Germany
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luggage storage at Hauptbahnhof in Munich

by kunger

Hello :D - I will be in a rush to get to the soccer game when I fly into Munich. I think I should leave my luggage at the hauptbahnhof then pick it up after the game. I know there are 24 hour lockers and a left luggage office where a person takes the luggage. What I need to know is 1) can a jumbo suitcase fit in a locker ? 2) What are the hours of the left luggage office on Saturdays ? Thanks so much in advance for the responses. I'm really stressing about getting to the game in plenty of time.
Thanks, Kerri

Re: luggage storage at Hauptbahnhof in Munich

by JJfromNJ

There are different sized lockers in Hauptbahnhof and the largest ones are huge. We put a couple of our big backpacks in one locker so I don't think you'd have a problem fitting a suitcase. Make sure you have cash on you because, as far as I can remember, there were no ATMs anywhere near the Allianz.

Re: luggage storage at Hauptbahnhof in Munich

by Turtleshell

It would only be wise to store your luggage at Hauptbahnhof if you catch the S1 to downtown Munich. If you are going to take the S8 instead, exit at Ostbahnhof as there are lockers as well, and you would save some time getting back to Marienplatz where you need to change for the U6.

Luggage office / lockers at Hauptbahnhof:
http://www.mvv-muenchen.de/web4archiv/objects/download/1/muenchen_hbf.pdf

Ostbahnhof:
http://www.mvv-muenchen.de/web4archiv/objects/download/1/muenchen_ostbf.pdf

S- and U-Nahn network:
http://www.mvv-muenchen.de/web4archiv/objects/download/5/schnellbahnnetz_2010.pdf

Re: luggage storage at Hauptbahnhof in Munich

by GrumpyDiver

It's been a few years since I was at the Munich Hauptbahnhof, but from what I remember is that the distribution of lockers varies by size. That means while there were jumbo sized lockers, there were relatively few of them, lots of "large" sized lockers, but the majority of lockers were "regular" size.

If all the ones of the size you are looking for are taken, you are stuck. Packing lighter (with a smaller suitcase), will give you more options, and less of a risk of arriving and not finding a locker that suits your needs.

Re: luggage storage at Hauptbahnhof in Munich

by christine.j

Instead of one large suitcase better take two smaller ones. There are not too many lockers for large bags. When we were in Munich some weeks ago we saw some people desperately looking for a locker large enough for their suitcase. There are plenty of lockers for smaller bags.

Re: luggage storage at Hauptbahnhof in Munich

by Kakapo2

We stored two large suitcases plus hand luggage in one jumbo locker at the main station last August, and there were plenty of such big lockers left for others. The biggest problem was to find change to feed the machines. (There is a coin machine near the lockers, hard to find, and the manned service point hidden in the alleyways of lockers - just not open at all times. Best you have some change ready before you go to the lockers.

Travel Tips for Munich

While Oktoberfest

by Helena1962

Hi!

First of all, let me tell you that I have been living in Munich for 11 years, 7 of which within walking distance to the Oktoberfest ;o)) (Even if I do not like beer!) ;o))

I don't know of any pre-events held on friday before the Oktoberfest starts. Depending on what you like, you could i.e. make a city tour by bus. On these lines there are many so-called "drop off"-stations. Ther you can get out, see what's in there and once you're done, you can take the next bus arriving. They come every 20 minutes and you buy the tickets for the whole day (right in front of the main entrance to the railway station, just at one side exit of a big store called "Hertie")
http://www.stadtrundfahrten-muenchen.de/eng/munich-grand.html

Or perhaps you like art? There are plenty of great museums in Munich. One of my favourit is "Lenbachhaus", with paintings by the artist of the "blue rider" (At "Königsplatz"-Subway station) Another one? Maybe the BMW Museum???

Oh!! There are soooooo many things you could do in Munich...

However I think Hofbräuhaus (in short "HB") is really a tourist trap. The very few times I went there I found it very noisy and nowhere germans. Well I suppose it is a matter of taste and I don't like it. Much instead I would go i.e. (besides to do what I suggested before) to the very nearby located "Viktualienmarkt".

About tapping ceremony: The Schottenhamel tent is so crowded, that most probably you won't be able to see the ceremony. Even if you are there by sunrise ;o))) as most of the places (and these are the most wanted ones) are reserved months in advance. If you want to see it very well, I suggest you to watch it on TV. This takes place always at 12:00 o'clock on saturday and represents the end of a beautiful procession with the broweries. On sunday there is another one, very nice too, with some thousand of people, all wearing typical clothes of different regions (not only bavarian and not even only germans!)

About reservations: It is not a matter of how many people you are, but WHEN did you made it. And already now afaik you are much too late for it.

Yes, the very first weekend (and also the last one) it is really very, very crowded and it happens very often that by midday, at the tent doors hangs a paper saying "closed due to overfilling". And no way to get in, as there are security people taking care of that.

Perhaps you want to read this link about the oktoberfest:
http://www.oktoberfest.de/en/index.php

Please ask me if you want some more information.

Enjoy Munich!!!
Have a good trip!
Helena I just love this city. I miss it all of it...

You should go to the Olympic's...

by Ansgar

You should go to the Olympic's park build in 1972 - it is an impressive area with all kinds of sports facilities with very stylish architecture (The picture is the Olympic stadium). I went swimming in the Olympic bassin, there is also a 10 m diving-tower inside! Also, for an entrance fee of DM 5,- there is training facilities for weight-lifting all all that stuff included. See www.opympiapark.de

UNIONS BRÄU

by LysDor

Start your evening by a beer pubs' and winehouses' tour.

The true specialty of the house is the naturally cloudy, unfiltered beer.

This microbrewery is located in Haidhausen: Einsteinstrasse 42 - 81675 Munich.
Open: Daily 11 am-1 am,
Fridays and Saturdays to 3 am.
No credit cards.
Phone 477-677.

For more details (Only in german!): Unions Brau'

1st sunday on O'fest - The Trachten-Umzug

by globetrott

The traditional "Trachten-Umzug" will start in the morning of the 1st sunday and in a long parade it will go across Munich.
Thousands of participants in their traditional costumes from all over Germany and even abroad, traditional brass-bands, horse-carriages, cows, sheep and other animals are sometimes also participating in the parade, starting somewhere behind the "Staatskanzlei" and finally walking down Prinzregentenstrasse, walking through Sonnenstrasse and finally Schwantalerstrasse to Theresienwiese.

NO entrance-fee to be paid to watch the parade, just go there and search for an empty spot along any of the streets.

Bayern Munich part 2

by William1982

Somehow I found myself back in Munich for a night so though I might as well see them play Bochum in the second home game of the season. Another comfortable win for Bayern, think it was 3-0 or something like that. Anyway, think I was just trying out different parts of the ground, this time I was standing up right at the back. Even saw a Norwich shirt in the crowd (remember Bayern-Norwich 1993?), was gonna get a lift of him to Innsbruck but lost him at the final whistle!!!!

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Address: Oskar von Miller Strasse 2-4, Miesbach, Bavaria, 83714, Germany