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Munich presents a captivating mix of Gothic grandeur and modern city living. At The Charles Hotel, you’ll be right at its centre. Set on the edge of the famous museum quarter, we’re close to historic attractions such as Königsplatz and a short stroll from the designer stores around Maximilianstrasse. Mingle with the locals in one of the hundreds of traditional beer gardens. Dine on Bavarian cuisine in the Maxvorstadt artists’ district. Visit the bohemian Schwabing quarter, Nymphenburg Palace and Leopoldstrasse University. With unrivalled inside knowledge, our Munich Concierge can shape this fascinating city around you.
This 17th century palace was the summer residence for Bavarian dukes and kings. Wander the grand gardens and admire the priceless artworks and frescoes.
Munich’s top gourmets flock to the culinary delights of the daily Viktualienmarket. Situated in the Old Town, its stalls offer a feast of Bavarian flavours.
The Lenbachhaus, named after the Munich artist Franz von Lenbach, is home to the world famous painting The Blue Horse by Franz Marc. Stroll room to room and marvel at the wealth of precious artworks from local and international artists, right next to The Charles Hotel.
Whether Bayern Munich play against a local team or they play in a Champions League match, enjoy the vibrant atmosphere in one of Europe's biggest football stadiums.
Until the early 20th century, Munich's city palace was the residence for Bavarian Dukes, Electors and Kings. Wander through Germany's biggest city palace; wonder around the Royal treasury or attend the magnificient Cuvilliés theatre.
Deutsches Museum is the world's biggest science and technology museum. It has room for over 50 themes and 30,000 exhibitions.
The Gothic cathedral "To Our Dear Lady“of the 15th century is and still remains the distinctive symbol of Munich. Discover the graves of former emperors or look for the devil‘s footprint.
Relax or go for a walk in one of the world’s biggest parks. Enjoy views of Monopteros, drink a refreshing "Maß“at the lake house or watch the surfers at the wave of Eisbach creek.
Nazism Documentation Centre
On the 70th anniversary of Munich’s liberation, the Nazism Documentation Centre opened on 1st May 2015.
Experience the world of this Bavarian vehicle manufacturer. Visit thrilling exhibitions about the past, present and future of a successful brand.