Leisure & Surroundings

around Unterhaching

Munich’s inner city is one of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations. Wander through the daily Viktualienmarkt and enjoy the regional specialities just like the residents of Munich did 200 years ago. Right next door in Munich’s Old Town, the Frauenkirche, Marienplatz and Theatinerstraße are waiting to be discovered. Even if you are on business in the city, you should take some time out to visit one of the museums. Munich is also a paradise for shopping and leisure activities. The surrounding area is blessed with a unique wealth of castles and wonderful lakes.

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Unterhaching has a number of recommended restaurants, cafés and pubs. You can walk to many of these in just a few minutes. Choose between German, Mediterranean and international cuisine. You can enjoy delicious Bavarian delicacies in a secluded beer garden or look forward to some Greek, Italian or Asian food. There’s something to suit every palate.


in the surrounding area

Munich is proud of its splendid Old Town and numerous attractions. Nowhere else is Bavarian culture so alive or the classical architecture maintained to such an extent as in Munich’s Old Town. This is why Munich is also the most popular destination for city travellers. No other German city welcomes as many visitors each year as the Monaco di Bavaria. If you have ever visited Munich, then you’ll instantly understand why that is!


around Munic

The area surrounding Munich is blessed with an exceptional wealth of natural treasures. The location of our hotel in the south of the city means that you can drive to many of the best places in just 30 to 60 minutes. The lakes have a wonderful water quality and entice guests to go swimming or sunbathe. The banks are also generously covered with large sunbathing areas. This means you can usually find a quiet spot that isn’t too crowded.


around Munich

The city and its surrounding area offer numerous exciting ways of enjoying your holiday. If you like sports, you can go golfing, cycling or walking and enjoy the wonderful views of the northern Alps. The city’s numerous theatres, concert halls and museums offer plenty of art and culture. Hop on your bike and really work up a sweat or listen to a world-class philharmonic orchestra – the choice is entirely yours.