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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 Laim
Finding the perfect hotel in Laim is so easy when you book via Hotels.com. Our group of experts in German travel have searched Laim high and low to bring you a fantastic selection of accommodation options in this district of Munich. Whether you are staying in Laim for an opulent romantic weekend away or a shoestring holiday with friends, you will find lots of great places to stay in our varied list of hotels in Laim, Munich. So that you can get to know what your room will be like before you book, we make sure to include accurate and up to date photos of all of the hotels in Laim, Munich that we have on our website. Hotels.com also runs an accredited reviewing program for our users, so you can also read what other people who have stayed at our Laim hotels have to say about their experience. With a history dating back to the eleventh century, Laim is full of things to see and do.
What's Laim Like?
Laim is home to two of the biggest parks in Munich. To the south east of the neighborhood, you will find the Westpark, whilst to the north east there is the Hirschgarten. The Hirschgarten is also one of Munich's biggest and best beer gardens, and experiencing the atmosphere of a traditional beer garden (or Biergarten) is a must when you visit Munich. As well as a library, Laim contains plenty of great places to eat and drink. Locals also recognize Laim to be a fantastic shopping district, and here you can shop at both big department stores and chic, quirky boutiques.
How to Get Along with Locals in Laim
Learn how to get around from Laim and the whole of Munich is your oyster. Take the number 19 tram or line 5 of the underground (which can be caught from the square known as Laimer Platz) to see the rest of the city. If you are planning on drinking in Laim's famous beer garden in the Hirschgarten, then it makes sense to brush up on a few basic aspects of drinking etiquette. One good thing to know, for example, is that clinking glasses is the done thing in Germany, and you should make sure to make eye contact with the person you are clinking with as the glasses touch. We have put our extensive knowledge of Laim and all the other districts of Munich to good use and created a fantastic list of hotels in Laim, Munich for you to browse. We have plenty of accommodation available today.
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