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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 Messe (Trade Fair)
Although most people who stay at hotels in Messe (Trade Fair), Munich do so as part of their work at the exhibitions and conferences, there are plenty of reasons for other travelers to explore what the area has to offer. At Hotels.com, we have partnered with the best hotels around the trade fair venue. Some of them cater specifically for business, but others provide services for families as well. Check the list of facilities on each hotel listing to find the perfect match. You can also read honest reviews by previous visitors, see photographs of the rooms on offer and compare location maps. If you don't want to walk far to the exhibition halls, you can easily find a convenient place to sleep. Book the right accommodation early and you will also secure big discounts with our partner hotels.
What's Messe Like?
Messe München is Munich's major conference and trade show venue; with a vast number of exhibition halls and the ability to stage complex events all year round. It is located in the far east of the city near the suburb of Feldkirchen, close to some gorgeous scenery. Sports fans will love hotels in Messe (Trade Fair), Munich, as the center is surrounded by parks and golf courses like Golfclub München-Riem. In nearby Feldkirchen you can visit Bajuwarenhof; a fascinating reconstructed 7th century village. There is also the Miniland attraction, a lovely model village that kids will adore. You can also head into the center of town via direct trains to see world class attractions like the Pinakothek Galleries, the Frauenkirche or the BMW Museum.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Munich
Nobody will have any problems getting along with the locals. However, even if your German is a little rusty, Hotels.com recommends trying a few phrases. It breaks the ice and the locals will appreciate the effort. Dive into Bavarian culture during your stay as well. You don't need to wear Lederhosen, but try local delicacies like sausage and onion rings or pork liver dumplings. The city is also passionate about beer, and fans of lager will be in heaven, especially when the Oktoberfest is not taking place. Get outdoors too. Whether you head to the Viktualienmarkt to stock up on picnic food or cycle around the English Garden, Munich is a city that is best seen from the ground. You don't need to ride tourist bus to see the sights. Whether you want a Christmas break or summer sunshine, organize hotels in Messe (Trade Fair), Munich with Hotels.com today.
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