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Tourist Attractions

A small selection of incredible attractions and scenic spots for an unforgettable visit. Many of Munich’s tourist attractions are within easy walking distance of Hotel Ritzi.

Art & culture

Bayerische Staatsoper (Bavarian State Opera)

Over 300 years of theatre, opera and ballet

Munich’s Nationaltheater (National Theatre) is the home of the Bavarian State Opera, Bavarian State Ballet and Bavarian State Orchestra. Located on Max-Joseph-Platz, right next to the Residenztheater, at the beginning of the Maximilianstraße, and in close proximity to the Odeonsplatz and Marienplatz squares.

The opera and ballet performances at the Nationaltheater are among the best in the world.

Distance
1.5 km
On foot
18 min
By bike
5 min

Address:
Max-Joseph-Platz 2
80539 Munich

Nearby public transport stops:
Tram stop: Nationaltheater. Lines 19, 21, N19

Other nearby stops:
U-Bahn stop: Odeonsplatz. Lines U4, U5
U-Bahn stop: Marienplatz. Lines U3, U6
S-Bahn stop: Marienplatz. Lines S1, S2, S3, S4, S6, S7, S8

Shopping & dining

Maximilianstraße

Munich’s most elegant shopping street

Wander through the Maximilian Park, pass the Bayerischer Landtag (Bavarian State Parliament), cross the Maximiliansbrücke (Maximilian Bridge) and you’ll arrive at the Maximilianstraße. This stylish street is home to countless boutiques of exclusive brands, jewellers, cultural institutions and excellent bars and restaurants.

You’ll also find the Marstall Theatre and the Munich Kammerspiele theatre (MK).

Distance
1 km
On foot
14 min
By bike
4 min

Address:
Maximilianstraße
80539 Munich

Nearby public transport stops:
Tram stop: Kammerspiele. Lines 19, 21, N19

Other nearby stops:
U-Bahn stop: Odeonsplatz. Lines U4, U5
U-Bahn stop: Marienplatz. Lines U3, U6
S-Bahn stop: Marienplatz. Lines S1, S2, S3, S4, S6, S7, S8

Shopping & dining​

Marienplatz

Located in the very heart of Munich!

Marienplatz is the ideal point of departure for exploring a whole host of interesting tourist attractions. Don’t miss the neo-gothic Neues Rathaus (New Town Hall) with its world-famous Glockenspiel, which is a must-see attraction in its own right.
This part of the city attracts tourists from far and wide, who are drawn to the many shops, boutiques, eateries, restaurants, churches, parks and gardens that are just waiting to be explored.

Distance
1.9 km
On foot
24 min
By bike
8 min

Address:
Marienplatz
80331 Munich

Nearby public transport stops:
Tram stop: Marienplatz (Theatinerstraße). Lines 19, 21, N19
U-Bahn stop: Marienplatz. Lines U3, U6
S-Bahn stop: Marienplatz. Lines S1, S2, S3, S4, S6, S7, S8

Relax & unwind

Englischer Garten

Relaxation on our very doorstep!

The entrance to one of the largest city parks in the world is situated right outside our hotel. The southern part of the Englischer Garten, known as the Maximilian Park, is the perfect place to set off on a serene stroll through the picturesque city centre. As the River Isar flows merrily alongside you, why not stop for a moment to admire the charming views?

Head north and you’ll find the Chinesischen Turm (Chinese Tower) with its popular beer garden. The Kleinhesseloher lake and the Seehaus restaurant are also close by. Embrace the natural world as you venture further into the park; why not make the most of the open space by enjoying whichever free-time activities and sports grab your fancy, or simply by sitting back and relaxing?
By the way: the Englischer Garten is spread over 8.5 kilometres!

Distance
10 m

Tourist attraction

The Eisbach river

Who knew braving the wave could be so much fun?

A perpetual wave on the Eisbach river, which flows through the Englischer Garten, attracts a special kind of athlete; these are known as ‘Eisbach surfers’. These brave wave-riders perform tight turns and tricks until they fall into the cold water beneath them.

Riding the wave of excitement, crowds of curious onlookers gather to watch and photographers can snap some incredible shots.

Distance
1.5 km
On foot
18 min
By bike
5 min

Address:
More about the Eisbach surfer wave
Am Haus der Kunst
Prinzregentenstraße
80538 Munich

Nearby public transport stops:
Bus stop: Nationalmuseum/Haus der Kunst. Bus 100 (Museum Line)

Other nearby stops:
U-Bahn stop: Lehel. Lines U4, U5

Art & culture

Munich’s Kunstareal (Art District)

Breathtaking artwork

One of the many things that makes Munich so appealing to visitors is the art collections in its museums. In the Kunstareal, countless museums and galleries invite you to discover the works of old masters, modern virtuosos and contemporary artists alike.

The district is home to a number of museums, including the Alte Pinakothek, the Neue Pinakothek, the Pinakothek der Moderne, the Lenbachhaus, the Brandhorst Museum, the Glyptothek, the National Museum
of Egyptian Art and many more.

Distance
2.9 km
On foot
35 min
By bike
12 min

Address:
Marienplatz
80331 Munich

Nearby public transport stops:
Bus stop: Pinakotheken. Bus 100 (Museum Line)

Other nearby stops:
U-Bahn stop: Odeonsplatz. Lines U4, U5
U-Bahn stop: Königsplatz. Line U2

Art & culture​

Haus der Kunst

A sizeable collection of contemporary art

The Haus der Kunst (HDK) is an absolute magnet for art enthusiasts, attracting visitors from around the globe. With its superb exhibitions of contemporary artists, the HDK provides excellent insight into modern-day art and culture.
Built during the National Socialist period, the HDK is both a symbol of historical heritage and site of remembrance. Part of the exhibition is the history of the House itself, which has no collection of its own.

The HDK’s collaboration with the Goetz Collection is an absolute must-see: contemporary exhibitions are brought to life inside a former air-raid shelter.

Distance
1.5 km
On foot
20 min
By bike
8 min

Address:
Haus der Kunst
Prinzregentenstraße 1
80538 Munich

Nearby public transport stops:
Tram stop: Nationalmuseum/Haus der Kunst. Line 16
Bus stop: Nationalmuseum/Haus der Kunst. Bus 100 (Museum Line)

Other nearby stops:
U-Bahn stop: Lehel. Lines U4, U5

Art & culture​

Villa Stuck

Artwork housed in former private chambers

The former chambers of the German painter Franz von Stuck (1853-1928) house a museum with a changing programme of contemporary art exhibitions.
Built in 1897/98 near Munich’s Friedensengel (Angel of Peace), Villa Stuck boasts a number of impressive, private residential and state rooms which are also used for exhibitions.

The combination of unique and extravagantly decorated private rooms and ultra-modern white exhibition spaces makes Villa Stuck a highly unique gallery.

Distance
600 m
On foot
7 min
By bike
2 min

Address:
Villa Stuck Museum
Prinzregentenstraße 60
81675 Munich

Nearby public transport stops:
Tram stop: Villa Stuck/Friedensengel. Lines 37, N17
Bus stop: Villa Stuck/Friedensengel. Bus 100 (Museum Line)

Other nearby stops:
U-Bahn stop: Prinzregentenplatz. Line U4

Art & culture​

Deutsches Museum (German Museum)

A world of discovery awaits!

Exhibitions don’t have to be all about art. At the Deutsches Museum, located on Museum Island, visitors can learn all sorts of interesting facts about science and technology.
From Foucault’s pendulum to the mine exhibition and the planetarium, at the Deutsches Museum, physics and science are brought to life in an entertaining and engaging way. The high-voltage installation, which involves a member of museum staff sitting in a Faraday cage that is exposed to a lightning strike of 1 million volts, is particularly popular.

Don’t miss Munich’s top-choice museum for children and adults alike!

Distance
1.4 km
On foot
17 min
By bike
6 min

Address:
Villa Stuck Museum
Prinzregentenstraße 60
81675 Munich

Nearby public transport stops:
Bus stop: Boschbrücke. Bus 132
S-Bahn stops: Isartor and Rosenheimer Platz. Lines S1, S2, S3, S4, S6, S7, S8

Other nearby stops:
U-Bahn stop: Frauenhofer Straße. Line U2
Tram stop: Mariannenplatz. Lines 16, N17

Shopping & dining

Feinkost Käfer

High-end gifts galore

For gourmets and lovers of fine foods, Feinkost Käfer is a little slice of heaven. The luxury foodstuffs and consumables that are served and sold here are of exceptionally high quality and flavour.

Feinkost Käfer – which even has its own Oktoberfest beer tent – is also an inspiring place to find gifts and favours for friends and family.

Distance
750 m
On foot
10 min
By bike
3 min

Address:
Feinkost Käfer
Prinzregentenstraße 73
81675 Munich

Nearby public transport stops:
Tram stop: Villa Stuck/Friedensengel. Lines 37, N17
Bus stop: Villa Stuck/Friedensengel. Bus 100 (Museum Line)

Other nearby stops:
U-Bahn stop: Prinzregentenplatz. Line U4

Relax & unwind

Müller'sches Volksbad

Relax in style

When it was first built in 1901, Munich’s first-ever public swimming pool was said to be the biggest and most expensive swimming pool in the world. With its magnificent Art Nouveau architecture, the building is one of the most beautiful bathhouses in Europe and makes bathing and visiting the saunas a very special experience indeed.

Its stunning location on the River Isar in Munich’s Au district makes the building a real must-see attraction. The Muffathalle music venue, Muffathalle Café, Club Ampere and the beer garden are located just a stone’s throw away.

Distance
750 m
On foot
10 min
By bike
3 min

Address:
Müller’sches Volksbad
Rosenheimer Straße 1
81667 Munich

Nearby public transport stops:
S-Bahn stops: Isartor and Rosenheimer Platz. Lines S1, S2, S3, S4, S6, S7, S8

Art & culture

Prinzregententheater

A sensational selection of on-stage talent

Designed to reflect the styles of Art Nouveau and Classicist architecture, the Prinzregententheater (Prince Regent Theatre) is just as magnificent inside as it is on the outside. The theatre shows a wide range of performances, ranging from plays, concerts and dance shows to musicals and cabaret.

The Prinzregententheater is also home to the Bavarian Theatre Academy, where actors and actresses are trained. Plays by the young actors and actresses in training are also performed here.

Distance
1 km
On foot
13 min
By bike
4 min

Address:
Prinzregententheater
Prinzregentenplatz 12
81675 Munich

Nearby public transport stops:
U-Bahn stop: Prinzregentenplatz. Line U4
Bus stop: Prinzregentenplatz. Buses 54, 58, 100 (Museum Line), N43

Other nearby stops:
Tram stop: Grillparzerstraße. Line 19
Tram stop: Villa Stuck/Friedensengel. Lines 37, N17
Bus stop: Grillparzerstraße. Buses 149, 9410

Relax & unwind

Oktoberfest

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Oktoberfest is the largest festival in the world and is held on the Theresienwiese in Munich. From mid-September to the beginning of October, Munich lets its hair down for two weeks of boisterous, beer-themed celebrations. Not many people take holiday during Oktoberfest, or ‘Wies’n’, as the locals call it, but they could probably do with one by the end of it!

For two weeks of the year, the world comes to Munich!

Distance
4.6 km
On foot
50 min
By bike
16 min

Address:
Theresienwiese
80336 Munich

Nearby public transport stops:
U-Bahn stops: Theresienwiese & Schwanthalerhöhe. Lines U4, U5

Nearby public transport stops:
U-Bahn stop: Poccisstraße. Lines U3, U6

Dine, drink and be merry

Hofbräuhaus am Platz beer hall

Yet another must-see!

Probably the most famous building in the world. The pump room or ‘Trinkhalle’ on the ground floor known as the ‘Schwemme’ can accommodate around 1000 people. More than 600 locals keep their own personal beer steins in special lockers, ready for the next time they visit for a classic beer.

The popularity and sheer size of the Hofbräuhaus, as well as the wide range of people that come from far and wide to visit it, make the beer hall a symbol of Bavarian tradition where the celebrations never end. Traditional costumes are welcome but not compulsory!

Distance
700 m
On foot
9 min
By bike
3 min

Address:
Hofbräuhaus Munich
Platzl 9
80331 Munich

Nearby public transport stops:
Tram stop: Kammerspiele. Lines 19, 21, N19

Other nearby stops:
U-Bahn stop: Odeonsplatz. Lines U4, U5
U-Bahn stop: Marienplatz. Lines U3, U6
S-Bahn stop: Marienplatz. Lines S1, S2, S3, S4, S6, S7, S8
Bus stop: Tal. Bus 132

Art & culture​

Bayerisches Nationalmuseum

Sculptures and handicrafts

The Bayerisches Nationalmuseum (Bavarian National Museum) houses handcrafted objects and sculptures of regional and European significance. The collection is characterised by works of art dating from the early Middle Ages to the early 20th Century.

The Bayerisches Nationalmuseum is actually something of a hidden gem among Munich’s many museums. Anyone interested in discovering more about European cultural history is in for a real treat with this richly diverse collection, which features Baroque and Rococo sculptures, paintings from the Middle Ages and Renaissance, weapons, armour, altarpieces and much more.

Distance
2 km
On foot
24 min
By bike
8 min

Address:
Bayerisches Nationalmuseum
Prinzregentenstraße 3
80538 Munich

Nearby public transport stops:
Tram stop: Nationalmuseum/Haus der Kunst. Line 16
Bus stop: Nationalmuseum/Haus der Kunst. Bus 100 (Museum Line)

Other nearby stops:
U-Bahn stop: Lehel. Lines U4, U5

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