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- Munich City Centre
- International Congress Center Munich
- Allianz Arena
- Karlsplatz - Stachus
- BMW World
- Olympic Park
- New Fair Munich
- English Garden
- Deutsches Museum
- Town Hall of Marienplatz
- Munich Order Center (MOC)
- Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich
- Sendlinger Tor
What you should know about Sendling
Sendling offers a part of Munich that is convenient for the city center but has its own identity. Low key but charming, this part of the city will be attractive for families who want access to green spaces as much as the attractions of the city center. Hotels.com has gathered information about all of the best hotels in Sendling. You can easily search through location maps to find somewhere that is close to the river or right next to the subway. See photographs of sample rooms and check out accurate, honest reviews by other visitors before making a decision about the best accommodation for you. Our partner hotels also offer great discounts if you book early, so have a look at what is available and enjoy a break at hotels in Sendling, Munich.
What's Sendling Like?
Centered around Harras, Sendling is a mostly residential district in south west Munich with plenty of shops and excellent transport connections to other parts of the Bavarian capital. The area is most famous for hosting the enormous wholesale market, but there is more to Sendling than selling fruit and vegetables. Visit Flaucher, a riverside park that is popular with open air swimmers and a great place for picnics. The venue for the famous Oktoberfest event is just to the north of Sendling as well, as is the excellent Deutsches Museum. If you're a sport enthusiast you can also catch some top European basketball at the Audi Dome.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Munich
Munich is famous for its warm welcome. Head over during the Oktoberfest for a legendary party, but expect hospitable treatment whenever you arrive. German is a plus, but most locals will speak good English as well. Many local people rely on two wheels to get around. Munich has a superb cycle hire scheme and a huge network of paths. You can easily cycle from Sendling along the Isar to the beautiful English Garden and enjoy a day in the sunshine, hopping between the beer gardens. Munich is also a creative hub and there are always art, fashion or music events going on. Check out Schwabing for live music or the open air events in Mariahilfplatz which take place three time a year. Whenever you visit, book your hotels in Sendling, Munich with Hotels.com and have a fantastic travel experience.
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