Underground scene meets the hip city life
In the middle of Munich’s lively heart, Bold Munich Centre boasts a prime location in the Bavarian capital. Nestled between culinary hotspots, trendy bars, and exciting art worth taking a picture of.
A few steps just around the corner: The famous Theresienwiese where the glorious Oktoberfest has been taking place for over 200 years. And if you feel like taking a little adventure, just hop on the U-Bahn at “Poccistraße” right at our doorstep to explore all of Munich in no time.
Explore one of Munich’s most unique locations tucked away between Ludwigsvorstadt and Isarvorstadt, the Schlachthofviertel. Located only a short stroll away from Bold Munich Centre, you can explore the longest legal graffiti wall, enjoy a “Munich Mule” sundowner on an old ship, or dance until dawn at the famous nightclub “Bahnwärter Thiel”. Nowhere else in Munich city will you find that much original and unique street art, quirky shops, and must-go foodie spots.
The much-loved Gärtnerplatz district with its countless cosy cafés, exciting sustainable fashion boutiques, and the open-air hangout spot of the same name is not too far away.
Perfect for stretching your legs or having a picnic are the Isarauen. A snug spot just a brisk 20-minute walk from the hotel.
Of course, we don’t want to withhold other favourite spots in the centre of Munich. Go and explore our top picks below.
A local favourite, Kismet is the perfect place to relax with a glass of wine and a delicious mezze platter after a busy day of shopping and sightseeing. The elegant design and unique atmosphere combined with delicious Turkish, Lebanese, and Moroccan specialities turn a visit it into a mesmerising escape from everyday life.
Regional delicacies with a twist
Think alpine delights from Bavaria, Austria and South Tyrol in a not so traditional setting. A stones' throw from Bold Munich Centre, you can spend a cosy evening with friends at Goldmarie over a delicious glass of wine and (mostly vegetarian) dishes. Traditionally hip so to say.
Too good to be true: The South Tyrolean Kasnocken with melted butter.
Best coffee in town
At Man vs. Machine, you’ll find yourself having coffee with some of Munich’s most passionate coffee aficionados. It may take a while until your order is ready to be enjoyed, but it’s certainly worth the wait. So unique, in fact, that Man vs Machine's brew has already made it into Michelin-starred restaurants and the bar of the Mandarin Oriental.
Tip: Get advice from the talented baristas - and make sure you try the delicious Franzbrötchen.
Lucky rolls and rice noodles
Indian curry, Vietnamese Pho Bo or caramelised pork ribs light up your eyes? Asian delicacies, freshly combined and interpreted, are served not far from Gärtnerplatz at Fei Scho. Take the time to walk from Bold Munich centre to the restaurant to stroll through the Südfriedhof, which is well worth a visit.
Cocktails & evening sun at Haus der Kunst
After a walk through the English Garden and a visit to the surfers at the Eisbach wave, you arrive at the Haus der Kunst. The perfect moment to start your night at Goldene Bar, a local favourite featuring a cosy atmosphere and an impressive drinks menu. Tucked away at the back of the Haus der Kunst, the bar is steeped in more than 75 years of history. Think tall ceilings, big windows and beautifully charismatic art.
Additionally the sun-kissed terrace with a view of the English garden is one of our favourite spots for a sundowner.
Our favourite nightclub
Imagine the finest techno, open-air, live music, stand-up comedy, flea markets and open workspaces where you can give free rein to art in the containers and underground wagons of the Bahnwärter Thiel culture project. On a disused station site in the middle of Munich, culture, art, music, scene and community are combined into an eclectic playground for adults.
Sustainable street wear made in Germany
The German label offers a range of menswear, womenswear and accessories in timeless styles and clean cuts. In addition to the seasonal collection, you will always find pieces that generally enhance your everyday look - classic and functional at the same time in their shop. All pieces are manufactured in Germany using the highest quality materials.
A world of art, design & architecture
Our favourite museum in Munich exhibits works of art from around 1900 onwards and is one of the largest collection houses in Europe. Besides the architecture as such, the artists of the Blaue Reiter and the works of Joseph Beuys and Andy Warhol are for us the major highlights during a visit. The perfect place for soaking up contemporary art - not only on rainy days.
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