Sights located close to the H+ Hotel München
Due to the central city centre location, the long list of places of interest that you can find in close surroundings of our hotel, leaves nothing to be desired. The Marienplatz, heart of old town and centre of the pedestrian zone is not just a popular photo scene but also invites you to linger in its numerous shops and cafés. Thus, the Deutsches Museum lets the hearts of researchers beat faster, the three Pinakothecken fascinate people interested in art of all ages and the Theresienwiese has different large events and festivals to offer all year-round - with the Oktoberfest being the highlight.
Excursion destinations start at the H+ Hotel München
The historic Hellabrunn Zoo can be easily reached by car or with the use of public transport. Here, the whole family has a chance to marvel at the hundreds of species of animals. People interested in sports visit the Olympia Park, while hikers and nature lovers can explore the Starnberger See, a world-famous, close to nature excursion destination just 50km away from the hotel.
Each year millions of visitors are attracted to the Theresienwiese for the Oktoberfest. However, apart from the largest folk festival in the world, there are large events all-year round such as the Tollwood cultural festival or the spring festival.
Marienplatz is in the heart of the old town and is a definite must for each visitor to Munich due to its numerous cafés and shops. The new-Gothic town hall with its Glockenspiel that can be heard several times a day, is a particular highlight.
Places of interest near the H+ Hotel München
Art and culture
People interested in art get their money’s worth at the three Pinakotheks in Munich. “Old masters” are on exhibition just as much as modern art.
Going on a safari
Interested visitors gain an insight to the diversity of the animal kingdom by visiting the more than 100 year old Hellabrunn Zoo. Be blown away by more than 750 different types of animals on more than 40 hectares of land.
More than 1.5 million visitors a year cannot be wrong – the Deutsches Museum is a highlight of the Bavarian state capital. With more than 28,000 exhibited objects, it is also the world’s largest museum with a focus on natural sciences and technology.
The "Cathedral of Our Dear Lady" located close to Marienplatz in the Altstadt of Munich was completed in late Gothic style in 1488 after just twenty years of construction. The church's southern tower offers a unique view of Munich which must remain unobstructed. Upon entering the Frauenkirche, the simple design and the bright nave flooded with light are immediately striking. The entrance area also contains the famous "Teufelstritt" or "Devil's Footstep" - a footprint embedded in the floor that, according to legend, was left behind by the devil. The Munich Frauenkirche regularly hosts wonderful organ concerts that make visits all the more beautiful. You can reach the cathedral is just quarter of an hour on foot.
Bavarian National Theatre
Opera, ballet, concerts and theatre productions in magnificent surroundings can all be enjoyed with a visit to the National Theatre Munich, one of the world's top opera houses. The theatre located on Max-Joseph-Platz, built in 1818 in classical style, is the home of both the Bavarian State Ballet and the Bavarian State Opera and offers seating for 2100 audience members. Equally impressive are the 2500 m2 large stages, allowing for marvellous top-class productions such as during the Munich Opera Festival. Enjoy an evening of music and dancing - it takes just 10 minutes to get from the H+ Hotel to the Bavarian National Theatre using the train.» Continue to Location & surroundings