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The 5th borough in Munich is called the Au-Haidhausen area, directly across from Old Town Munich, and located on the east side of the Isar River. This strategic location of Au-Haidhausen once made it popular among 19th century brewers, who enjoyed the never-ending water source. A brewer or two remain today, but much of this historic area was destroyed during WWII, and is now a mix of pleasant residential areas, shopping districts, and entertainment venues. It's a very convenient location for those who want to be close to Munich's public transportation access points, so families with small children and people with limited mobility often choose to stay in hotels in Au-Haidhausen, Munich. If this is your plan, visit Hotels.com and let us know the dates you plan to be in Munich. We'll give you a list of all of the available accommodations during your stay.

What's Au-Haidhausen, Munich Like?

The Au-Haidhausen area has wonderful neighborhoods to explore on foot or bicycle, where you'll pass everything from storybook cottages to sleek office buildings. For a more touristy adventure, check out the Maximilianeum, the result of a mid-19th century design competition sponsored by Bavarian King Maximilian. Now the home of the Bavarian Parliament, Maximilianeum has some wonderful mosaics, paintings and park-like grounds, but call ahead for public-visiting hours. The graceful, powerful building caps off the plush Maximilianstrasse, often called "Munich's Fifth Avenue" due to the number of designer boutiques in this shopping district. Young people in Au-Haidhausen, Munich enjoy the performances at Muffatwerk, a club/performance venue/beer garden combo that books top musical talent and attracts the crowds.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Au-Haidhausen, Munich

Munich is an open-minded city, so you should feel welcome here, and free to be yourself, as long as you're polite, clean, and respectful. As a tourist, you'll be able to find English-speaking help nearly anywhere, and many tours and signs are in English as well as German. Exploring the side streets near your hotel is a great way to meet people, and you can also meet people at the local beer gardens and small restaurants. Since public transportation is excellent in Munich, Au-Haidhausen is a great base from which to explore other attractions in this fascinating Bavarian capital. Hotels.com lists and books hotel rooms all over Germany, and we offer special deals and promotions to save you even more on your travel budget. If you've got a smart device, download the Hotels.com app on our website to give you even more exciting hotel search options.

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