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Family friendly travelling in Munich

Most popular areas in Munich for family-friendly hotels

Maxvorstadt is renowned for its concentration of museums and cultural venues, and its laid-back, friendly vibe – pick from one of its many family-friendly hotels for a great city base. Alstadt-Lehel is a good choice for a hassle free stay. Opt to stay here for an array of restaurants, shops, and attractions on your doorstep, and unbeatable transport links for exploring the wider city easily. If you and your troop are after a more leisurely pace of life, pick a hotel in Neuhausen-Nymphenburg, where you’ll find acres of green space to frolic around in.

Top family-friendly hotels in Munich

The Sofitel Munich Bayerpost is the perfect choice for a luxurious family getaway. Kids are offered a warm welcome, with adjoining rooms, infant beds, and babysitting services all available. Youngsters will love splashing around in the heated indoor pool, while adults relax in the tranquil spa. The InterCityHotel München is ideal for a hassle free visit, with its central location, airport shuttle service, and home comforts like free toiletries, WiFi, and full breakfast each morning. At Angelo by Vienna House Munich Westpark, you’ll find colorful, eye-catching decor, state-of-the-art fitness facilities, and a restaurant and lounge bar.

Where to find the best restaurants in Munich

In Alstadt-Lehel you’ll find everything from inviting family restaurants where you can savor a lavish home-cooked feast, to tempting bakeries and fast food joints, perfect for when you need to grab a bite in a hurry. Chic Schwabing is a fine dining hotspot, but also boasts homely Italian restaurants, where you can feast on pizza margherita and spaghetti bolognese. Maxvorstadt has a massive student population, and as such is scattered with buzzing, unfussy restaurants serving beloved dishes from all over the world, from tasty pad thai to succulent Turkish kebabs.

The most popular things to do in Munich

Hordes of visitors gather in Marienplatz every day to marvel at the Glockenspiel which sits atop the New Town Hall. At intervals throughout the day, a cast of colorful figurines emerge from the clock to re-enact famous stories from Munich days gone by. The Deutsches Museum, one of the world’s largest science and technology museums, is a fantastic day out for the whole family. Its interactive exhibits are suitable for all ages, and there’s a sprawling area especially for younger kids, where they can play a giant guitar, test their muscle power, and learn through play. The toy museum is another no-brainer if you’re traveling with youngsters in tow. Here, you can explore an incredible collection of dolls, teddy bears, train sets, and much more, from all over the world.

Best ways to get around Munich

Munich’s first rate public transport network includes extensive underground and overground train networks, trams, and buses. Group tickets allow families to travel together for significantly reduced fares, and are valid across all modes of transport. Taxis also offer good value for money if you’re traveling as a group. Many of the city’s major attractions are within easy walking distance of one another, and Munich is extremely bike friendly if you feel like getting some exercise as you explore.

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