Hotel Brack

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Lindwurmstrasse 153, (formerly Minotel), Munich, Bavaria, 80337, Germany
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
45%
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Very Good
47%
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Average
2%
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Poor
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Terrible
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 22% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families96
  • Couples88
  • Solo87
  • Business90

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...and yummy Isargold Stationweizen! :)...and yummy Isargold Stationweizen! :)

Forum Posts

Traveling through with a Pet

by Jenn50000

Unfortunately, I don't have time to visit Munich (but will on a return trip). I have a three hour layover with a small pet. I was wondering if anyone has experience with this.

I have been told if I want to take my dog to potty, I have to re-enter customs. I have filled out the vet cert and it is authorized by the USDA. I am hoping to show them this before I leave to make sure this is alright.

Would appreciate it anyone has any experience (dog or cat) in cabin on how this works.

Re: Traveling through with a Pet

by christine.j

I'm not sure I understand your question. You have three hours between flights and your bags are not checked through? And your dog is flying in a crate?
If you want to take him/her outside, yes, you have to leave the airport and this means re-entering with security lines, possibly immigration and customs again.Where are you flying to? If it's just a short flight, it may be better not to take the dog out. S/he won't like being put back into the crate after being with you.

Travel Tips for Munich

This is Munich!

by Gillianina

See Marienplatz, the main square of the city with its beautiful neogothic town-hall (Neues Rathaus), his old town-hall (Altes Rathaus) and the Marienseule (the column of Mary). It is a very pleasant and cosy atmosphere, with its nice caf?s. From Marienplatz? it starts Kaufinger Stra?e, the main street for shopping: very enjoyable...I can't tell how many hours I spent doing my shopping here, entering every single clothes shop, or jewels shop, and so on....From there you can go to the Frauenkirche (church of our lady). At the end of that street, there is Karlsplatz. Always starting from Marienplatz, with the Neues Rathaus on your right, take the first street on the right: you'll reach Odeonsplatz, with the Theatiner Church and the Feldherrnhalle. The nights at the cafè in Schwabing where we used to drink great cocktails :-)

Come into town in SUMMER; have...

by Ternera

Come into town in SUMMER; have a walk through the English Garden; visit many Beer-Gardens and have a bavarian meal; visit the Olympia-Park, NOT miss a Blade-Night taking place every Monday night in summer; stay as long as end of September for visiting the Oktoberfest; read my nightlife-tips!

GeneralInformation on Munich: http://www.muenchen.de

Prost!

by tyerks

When drinking, Germans say Prost (or cheers) First, you say Prost and clink mugs (I've been told you always have to make eye contact while doing this, because it's bad luck not to) and then set down your mug for a quick second and THEN you drink. This is because there was an old king who used to be too weak to do it all at once, so he had to set the heavy mug down before taking a drink.

get your moisturisers

by magarwal

don't buy too much , or u will end up like me (see the photograph) gum boots if any, umbreallas are a must, raincoats the weather is very dry Even in summers, get your lip balms & moisturisers & creamy soaps with you.

On top of the alps in one day

by Sorikaga

If you are tired of the city traffic and want to spend a day "in the green", like the germans say, you can go by train to the nearest mountain of the alps: the Brauneck near Lenggries. Simply buy a train ticket at Hauptbahnhof or Harras. The trip to Lenggries takes about 1 and a half hour. From there you can walk to the Brauneck and climb on top in about 3 hours. On a bright day you might even see Munichs dust cloud on the horizon when standing on the summit. Occasionally you can watch paragliders take off. If your feet hurt too much simply take the Kabinenbahn back to Lenggries.
Trains to Lenggries and back leave every 2 hours.

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Address: Lindwurmstrasse 153, (formerly Minotel), Munich, Bavaria, 80337, Germany