The beautiful banks of the river Isar are only a stone's throw away from the TRYP by Wyndham Hotel Munich North. The extensive lawns and parks of the popular local recreation area are perfect to relax, take a walk, play football and more.
Munich's beautiful city centre is about 25 km away from our hotel. The city gate Isartor, Marienplatz square and Frauenkirche Cathedral are Munich's most central highlights. The amazing English Garden is one of the largest urban parks in the world. Thanks to features like the Chinese Tower, many traditional beer gardens and extensive green areas it is a popular meeting place for locals and tourists alike.
The two Pinakotheken (Pinacothecas) belong to the most significant museums in the world. The "Alte Pinakothek" is home to master paintings from the Middle Ages until the 18th century. At the "Neue Pinakothek", masterpieces from the 20th and 21st century are on display, e.g. by Goya, David, van Gogh or Cézanne. If you are more into sculpture, we recommend the nearby Glyptothek, a collection of antique Greek and Roman sculptures.
The Bavarian State Opera at the National Theatre is one of the world's most renowned opera houses. The first premieres took place around 1700 and attraced attention across Europe. The State Theatre at Gärtnerplatz, also called Gärtnerplatz Theatre, was originally built as "Volkstheater" (people's theatre). It is the second important opera house in Munich. Even if you are not attending an event, the stunning buildings are well worth a visit.
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Allianz Arena is the home stadium of the football club FC Bayern Munich. Even off-season, the Arena is definitely worth a visit. Explore the stadium during a guided tour or learn more about the football club's history at the "FCB Erlebniswelt" (World of Experience).
After only a few minutes' walk, you will reach the river Isar near our hotel in Neufahrn. The Isar Cycle Track takes you as far as Munich city centre. Along the track, there are lots of beautiful bathing spots where you can soak up the sun in summer. Watch out for the current!
Marienplatz (Mary's Square) is the true heart of Munich. Locals and tourists alike meet up to go shopping in the pedestrian zone or to have a small chit-chat over a cup of coffee at one of the cosy cafés.
The park in the city centre is a popular local recreation area with lots of jogging and cycling opportunities. If you prefer to take it slow, treat yourself to a cool "Mass" of beer at the beer garden next to the Chinese Tower or rent a pedalo at Kleinhesseloher Lake.
The former summer residence of the House of Wittelsbach, once the rulers of Bavaria, is surrounded by a 180-hectare park. Together with Nymphenburg Palace Park, the four park castles and the plaza, it makes an impressive ensemble. With a width of 632 m, it is even more imposing than the Palace of Versailles. From the plaza, you have the chance to admire the Palace in all its splendour.