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Students, international students, interns, backpackers, roomates and digital nomads can book cheap dorms and safe private rooms in downtown Munich, close to boarding schools, high schools, colleges, halls of residence and universities, close to buses or train stations, airports or major attractions in Munich.

Fully Furnished
Fully Furnished
All Bills included
All Bills included
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WIFI
Free Breakfast
Free Breakfast
Free Cancelation
Free Cancelation
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WIFI

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Prudhviraj
It's so nice to stay for 2-3 days for travel around munich.
9.7
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Audrey
Good reception, clean and bright room, the private bathroom is a plus, we were 3 girlfriends in a room of 4 beds, it was just perfect!
10.0
Good reception, clean, Not far from downtown and public transport
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PHILIPPE
We recommend this hostel. Very good reception, reasonable price, very clean room, impeccable shower. Only downside it was very hot in the room. Very good bedding.
8.7
GOOD HOME VERY CLEAN ROOM
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Welcome to Munich

Imperial and ecclesiastical history meet genial Bavarian hospitality in Munich, a city that's as regal as it is relaxing. Stately buildings such as the Residenz or Frauenkirche sit happily alongside raucous parties and festivals, none larger or more famous than the legendary Oktoberfest. Visitors flock to the city for this alluring combination. Whether you want a cheap hostel in the city centre or a centrally-located student accommodation, you’ll find it here. Wherever you stay, you’ll step out of your dorm to find the endlessly friendly locals welcoming you with a warm smile and a stein of excellent beer. Prost!

Englischer Garten

Many things mark out Munich's English Garden as one of the world's best city parks, from its 900 acres of green space to the surfers who congregate by the river's man-made waves. In the height of summer you’ll find groups of backpackers and hostellers relaxing here among the locals.
Englischer Garten
Englischer Garten

Take a Guided Tour

If you want to explore Munich but your hostel does not offer a free walking tour, try one of these tours. Wander Munich's historic old town aided by informative English speaking guides, working purely for the love of it (and for any tips you feel like giving at the end).

Cathedral of Our Lady

Competing with St. Peter's Church for your attention, Frauenkirche's distinctive domed twin spires and ornate interior may just have the edge thanks to its cavernous, marbled pillar interiors and free admission.
Cathedral of Our Lady
Cathedral of Our Lady

Nymphenburg Palace

Nymphenburg Palace is a royal summer residence to rival Versailles or Schönbrunn. The main building – a vast baroque castle set in elegant gardens to the west of Munich – is surrounded by smaller mini-palaces. Just in case just one wasn't enough.
Nymphenburg Palace
Nymphenburg Palace

St Peter's Church

Get an awesome view of the city from Old Peter's iconic clock tower. And don't forget to admire the building itself, which mixes the architectural styles of its numerous rebuilds to stunning effect.St Peter's Church is open Monday to Thursday from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. as well as Friday from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. You can book a tour online.

Alte Pinakothek

Alte Pinakothek is one of the world's oldest art galleries, where the majesty of the building is matched only by the art that it displays. Its extensive German collection is one of the best there is. Get out of your dorm and go see it!
Alte Pinakothek
Alte Pinakothek

Deutches Museum

Munich's celebrated science and technology museum is so big it takes up a whole island on the Isar river! Set aside several hours to explore everything it has to offer. Tickets for the Deutches Museum cost€14,00, unless you have a Munich card, in which case tickets cost€12,00. TheDeutches Museum is open every day from 9am until 5pm.

Aldstadt

The old town in the city centre is where most backpackers will spend their time. You'll find many of the most picturesque attractions here, including the city hall, historic churches and the Residenz, as well as all the shopping you need.

Schwabing

The historic artists' quarter of the city is a quiet, café-filled neighbourhood by day and the go-to destination for pubs and clubs by night.Schwabing is known for its upscale boutiques, classy bars, and fine dining restaurants.

Maxvorstadt

Also north of the city centre, Maxvorstadt is where cultured backpackers will find some Europe's greatest art galleries and museums. The neighbourhood’s picturesque streets and smaller businesses make it a great shopping destination too. It’s a short walk from the cheap hostels around the Hauptbahnhof.

Oktoberfest (October)

The world's biggest beer party brings in revellers by the thousand, so plan your trip well in advance. Entry to the tents is free, and staying in a cheap hostel means you’ll have plenty of beer money. If you will be going to uni in Germany in 2022, you are in for a treat. Oktoberfest has not happened since 2019 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, so Oktoberfest 2022 is sure to be an amazing one!
Oktoberfest
Oktoberfest

Tollwood Summer Festival (June - July)

Held twice a year – once in June and July and once during the winter – Tollwood offers concerts, food, comedy, art and theatre, all in the grounds of Munich's Olympic park. Tickets are around€35.80. The winter version of Tollwood also includes Christmas markets.
Tollwood Summer Festival
Tollwood Summer Festival

May Day (May)

Bavarians celebrate spring on May 1 by raising maypoles all around the city and try to steal other maypoles from neighbouring villages. If you're in Munich on May 1, you can expect traditional music and lots of dancing!

Blade Nights (Summer)

Traditionally, Blade Nights is a summer event in Munich where thousands of skaters come out to party in the streets. Blade Nights did not take place in 2020 or 2021 because of the obvious reasons, so you will have to check the event's website to find out when the event will take place again.

Long Night Of The Museums

For €15 you get access to most of Munich's fabulous museums, as well as the transport between them, while the streets fill with live music. The ideal event for culture gluttons, it goes on until 2am. Grab your new flatmates or hostel mates and check it out! Check the link included in this description to find out more information/

Theatron Music Summer

Reputedly the longest music festival in the world, Theatron runs for 24 days on a stage at the Olympic Park. The programme features a wide range of genres, with both local and international acts. The festival runs twice a year.

Munich Opera Festival

Arias and overtures may not be every backpacker’s thing, but Munich's Opera Festival might just change your mind. Check the link for more information.

Rockavaria

Rockavaria is an enormous rock music festival in Munich, which has featured acts such as KISS and Iron Maiden in the past. However, the festival has not happened since 2019.

Café Jasmin

The cakes atCafé Jasmin are amazing and everyone likes the staff, but it's the perfectly executed 50s décor that keeps customers coming back to Maxvorstadt's coolest café.Open daily from 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 a.m., Café Jasmin is very popular among both backpackers and students with its cheap drinks and Instagram-worthy meals. Café Jasmin doesn't take reservations, so walk in and see for yourself why it's a popular spot.

Dean and David

A chain throughout Germany, Dean and David is a perfect lunch spot for a traveller or student on a budget who still wants to eat healthy. This organic fast food franchise also does delivery,

Wirtshaus zur Brez'n

Wirtshaus zur Brez'n offers hearty soups, salads, and traditional Bavarian snacks. You can get a Bavarian pretzal for€1.60 and a soups starting at€6.00, but most entrees are on the pricier side. Wirtshaus zur Brez'n also has asausage breakfast daily from 10 a.m. The restaurant is open Mon - Thu 11.30 a.m. - 11 p.m. andFri & Sat 11.30 a.m. - midnight. Please note that this is also a pub, and the kitchen is only open until 10 p.m.

Münchner Suppenküche

Münchner Suppenküche has several locations around Munich. No matter which one is closest to your student accommodation or hostel, you're sure to find hearty Bavarian soups at either.

Pasta e Basta

It may be Italian rather than Bavarian, but you can't beat the prices. Pizza and pasta start at around€7,50. The location is pretty good too - right by the Deutsches Museum and Marienplatz, so well-located for city centre and downtown hostels and student accommodation.

Hofbrauhaus

The epitome of Bavarian tavern culture, Munich's iconic beer hall is now so famous it's always full – and that's exactly what makes it great. It's the perfect place to meet fellow backpackers, students, and beer drinkers from around the world.Hofbrauhaus offers beer from€4,90 and both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food. entrees starting at around€9. This place gets pretty crowded, so if you're coming with a large group of your flatmates or hostel friends, you might want to make a reservation!

Milla

The tight squeeze on Milla's cosy dance floor is part of the club's charm, and a sign of its popularity.Milla is of the best spots in Munich for underground music, especially rock, indie, jazz, and hip hop.

Alter Simpl

Alter Simpl is a traditional restaurant that's equally popular with students and backpackers today. Beer and food is served until late, and with a smile.

Beer gardens

Augustiner-Keller is a popular restaurant known for its huge beer garden, as well as its menu offering up a variety of both Bavarian cuisineand international food. It's not one of Munich's cheapest options for a meal, but a great place to chill in the garden and have a beer.

Viktualienmarkt

A stone’s throw from Munich’s city centre lies this bustling market that offers an authentic browsing experience for Bavarian cuisine. Some of the best wurst in the city can be found here.

Ludwig Beck

Marienplatz's self-styled 'Store of the Senses' offers a whole range of shopping options across its seven floors. There are fashion shops and spas for a luxury day as well as or music and book stores.

The Auer Dult

The Auer Dult is a market event that only happens three times a year. It includes 300 stands offering everything from antiques to food.

Make the most of lunch

Keep an eye out for Mittagsmenüs, or "lunch menu." Many restaurants will bring in the lunch crowds with set menus of excellent food for a fraction of the evening cost.

Explore on Sundays

The Museum of Man and Nature, the Alte Pinakothek, the Bavarian Museum and many others are all cheaper on Sundays, offering admission for as little as €1.50.

Buy combo tickets

Discount combination tickets are sold for multiple attractions situated near each other, or you can get a two week pass for 40 Bavarian attractions for €24, available at all included ticket offices.

Airports Munich has one of Europe’s best airports. The Munich International Airportis clean, efficient and has loads of shops and restaurants. Trains on the S1 and S8 S-Bahn lines depart every 20 minutes and can take you to the city centre in 45 minutes. There’s also a Lufthansa bus that departs every 20 minutes, taking you to the city centre in 35 minutes. You don’t have to be a Lufthansa passanger to use it – just buy a ticket from the driver. Rail As southern Germany's most important city, Munich has great rail connection not only to the rest of the country but also to the rest of Europe. There are regular trains to Paris, Vienna, Zurich and many more. You’ll arrive at Munich Central Station (Hauptbanhof), where there are ample connections to local rail and tram services. The station sits on seven S-Bahn lines, six U-Bahn lines and 10 tram lines. Bus The Munich Bus Station is known as the Zentraler Omnibusbahnhof München, or ZOB. It is probably one of the most eye-catching bus stations you’ll ever see. There are regular buses to the rest of Germany, as well as links to some of Europe's major cities. It is also close to the Hauptbahnhof, and right by the Hackerbrucke S-Bahn station. Getting around Most popular sights to see in Munich are within the inner zone of Munich's public transport system (MVV), where a single ticket will cost you €2.70. Day tickets for one day can be bought for€6.20. You can buy a ticket for three days for€15.50. You can also cycle around the city if you register with Call A Bike for cheap rentals. Language: German Currency: Euro Voltage: 220V Timezone: CET (GMT+1) Dialing codes: +49 for Germany, 89 for Munich Post Office: Deutsche Post, Ohlmüllerstrasse,+49 228 4333112 Hospital: Krankenhaus Bogenhausen, Englschalkinger Strasse+49 89 92700 Rotkreuz Krankenhaus, Nymphenburger Strasse 115,+49 89 13030 Tourist information: Bahnhofsplatz 2,80335MunichGermany, 9am - 8pm Mon - Saturday, 10am - 6pm Sunday Emergency numbers: Call 112 for police, fire and ambulance services