Golden Leaf Hotel Altmunchen

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Mariahilfplatz 4, Munich, Bavaria, 81541, Germany
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Forum Posts

City Tour Card

by sunshineonjesse

Will this card cover the fare from Airport to city centre and back ? I will be in Munich for 3 days and wonder if the 3 day City Tour card worth it

Re: City Tour Card

by Bernd_L

There are different tour cards. The total area ticket covers the airport - the inner city ticket not. The diffence between these tickets is 10,70 euro.
A single ticket from the airport to the city center costs 9,60 euro. So if you use it from and back to the airport the total area ticket is the better choice even if you only want to visit sights in Munich itself.

For more info have a look here:
http://www.citytourcard.com/english/munich-citytourcard/buy/tariff-information/tarif.html

Re: City Tour Card

by sunshineonjesse

The City Tour Card for 3 days total area 3 days seems to worth it. I supposed I can use this card for Dachua too ?

Re: City Tour Card

by Bernd_L

Yes, the total area ticket covers Dachau as well.

Re: City Tour Card

by LeoKarlo

It depends on the card you are holding.You didn't mention if it is for individuals or for groups or families.And by the way, the total tariff zone, München Gesamtnetz, includes the entire municiple area of Munich, as well as the surroundings of Munich. Here, you find a complete overview of the Munich municipal railway network with the appropriate tariff zones. This way, you can find out easily whether the station that is relevant for you lies in the tariff zone München Innenraum or Gesamtnetz.

Re: City Tour Card

by sunshineonjesse

I will buy 3 day single all area one. I hope it covers all the areas within Munich city vicinity and the important area.

Re: City Tour Card

by sunshineonjesse

I will be in Munich Wed and leave Sat

I arrive at 2 PM on Wednesday and will leave by plane at 10 AM on Sat. Will the 3 day total areas be worth it for me ? or will it end at 6 AM on Saturday ?

Travel Tips for Munich

Go to the Viktualienmarkt!...

by eitakorlando

Go to the Viktualienmarkt! Only, don't touch anything! Point to the fruit or vegetable you want and the vendor will weigh and price it for you. (When you think about it, this way really is much more sanitary). Even if you don't want to buy anthing, it is nice to stroll around and watch. Get lost and find your way back again. That is a great way to enjoy munich. You can't go to visit Munich without getting a beer at the Hofbrau Haus. There is a fantastic old-OLD restaurant over by the Opera house. It is off of Maximillian Strasse -- been there since the 1400's. Grab a meal there. The sauerkraut is awesome! Walk up and down Maximilliam Strasse and gawk in all of the fancy-schmancy windows. There is a park that is away from the hustle and bustle of the city over in that area. If it is a sunny day -- go and relax on the grass for a while. I miss shopping in the Marienplatz. I miss grabbing lunch from a quick vendor and sitting down on the ground and eating in the sun. I miss the beautiful churches. I discovered something new each time I went to Munich (and I went all the time).

Go see Dachau. This former...

by mjmarble

Go see Dachau. This former concentration camp in the suburbs was not quite what I expected. It wasn't necessarily easy to get to, but we're not taking about a trip to Disney World here, are we? It has a museum and film on the camp. Most of the dormitories have been torn down, but they have one reconsturcted to show you what it was like. What we found so weird was that this was in the middle of the 'burbs, not unlike those you'd find in America. That those things that happened, happened with people all around was just shocking. It's not like this was out in the courntryside somewhere. The day we went it was extreemly windy cold and it was sleeting. It seemed to fit the mood. There's a memorial which states 'Never again' in many languages. A must see, but not for fun. The pic is of a sculpture outside the front of the museum/old main building.

"Ist Dieser Platz Noch Frei?"

by travelfrosch

OK, so now you found a beer hall or beer garden. Where do you sit? In general, it's open seating at large common tables. If a table's empty, it's usually OK to sit down. If there are open seats at an occupied table, ask the occupants if the empty chair(s) is/ are free (e.g. "Entschuldigung, sind Diese zwei Plätze noch frei?") Don't speak German? (or can't fake it like me?;) Be creative with a combination of simple English, gestures, and smiles. You'll generally be tolerated, if not welcomed.

Exceptions to the above: The most common exception to the common seating protocol is the "stammtisch." Tables with this marking (usually marked by a sign on the table or hanging above it) are reserved for "Stammgäste," or regular guests. Even most regular guests don't get to sit at these tables -- only those who are specifically invited. Most establishments have at least one stammtisch -- some (such as the Hofbräuhaus or the Augustiner Keller) have several.

Museums

by Carmela71

I will recomend:

Deutsches Museum,The largest museum of technology and natural sciences in the world.

Neue Pinakothek (New Gallery)

Alte Pinakothek
One of the oldest and most important galleries in the world

Glyptothek'
Collection of Greek and Roman sculpture

Karl Valentin & his Musäum / Musaeum

by globetrott


Karl Valentin ( 1882-1948) was a commedian performing his own sketches - mostly with his partner Lisl Karstadt.
He had a great DRY humor and made plenty of b&w movie-scenes of his sketches.

There is even a Karl Valentin-musäum in Munich ( and THIS is also the ONLY museum written with "Ä" in German !)
There you may see important inventions by Karl Valentin such as

The toothpick for a cold winter ( coated with fir )
The musaeum is open Mo+Tue+Fr+Sat.
11.01 a.m. - 05.29 p.m. on sunday already open at 10.01 a.m.

The entrance-fee is 1,99 €uro / 1,49 € for students
children under 6 and people with an age of 99 years, accompanied by their parents are FREE of charge !!!

This statue of Karl Valentin is to be found in a fountain on Viktualienmarkt

Please click here for : Karl-Valentin-musaeum.de

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Address: Mariahilfplatz 4, Munich, Bavaria, 81541, Germany