About this listing
Beautiful, bright and absolutely quiet apartment in Schwabing-Maxvorstadt. Located in the trendy district here are lots of trendy bars, cafes, restaurants in the immediate neighbourhood. Only a few meters to Leopold Street, as well as subway and bus.
Welcome to my apartment!
I offer a 25 m² 1 bedroom apartment in the sought after location of Munich.
Wardrobe, double bed, mirror, flat screen TV, DVD player, wireless internet, table, 2 chairs, refrigerator, coffee-/tee - maker. No cooking facilities!
Located in central Munich Schwabing-Maxvorstadt, it's extremely quiet (apartment is aligned to the green inner courtyard). Numerous cafes, restaurants, bakers, butchers, boutiques and other shopping, pharmacy, copy shop, self-service laundry (also open on weekends) are located in front of the door. The English Garden, University, Pinakothek der Moderne, Alte Pinakothek, Leopold street are within 5 minutes walking distance. From the apartment you can walk within 1 min to tram and taxi-station. And also subway and bus are close by. In 10 minutes you are in the center of Munich in the pedestrian zone. Could not be better!
The bathroom has a small shower and offers everything you need. 2 sets of towels are provided and are as well as the bedding and the entire property professionally cleaned on arrival.
A private parking place is not available, but there are plenty of at the street.
If you previously have any questions, do not hesitate and contact me on my Airbnb profile. I will then try to answer as soon as possible.
I am pleased to welcome you in Munich Schwabing.
Interaction with Guests
My guests can reach me via (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), SMS, e-mail, Airbnb account and mobile phone. In an emergency, 24 hours a day. If they have problems I can be on site within 20 minutes.
Maxvorstadt joins between Odeonsplatz and Stachus directly to the northwestern sector of the Old City and is bounded on the east by the Englischer Garten, in the north it borders Schwabing, in the northwest of Neuhausen-Nymphenburg, its southwestern tip touches the district Schwanthalerhoehe, and in the south is the area Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt. The eastern parts of the Maxvorstadt are often attributed erroneously Schwabing.
History and Description:
The Maxvorstadt was (phone number hidden) under the first Bavarian King Maximilian I Joseph, after whom it is also called, designed as the first planned extension of town, it was built mostly after 1825 Ludwig I in the classical style. Today mostly so obtained is the Richard -Wagner-Straße with The State School of Applied Arts, now the Bavarian State Collection for Palaeontology and Geology. First, the Ludwig street from the Feldherrenhalle was applied to the Siegestor. The boundary of the old town is marked roughly by the Briennerstraße. West of the Ludwigstraße a rectangular road network has been created. This district encompasses the Wittelsbacher-, Karolinen- and Königsplatz.
The district has an above-average number of facilities for cultural and artistic area, many of the important museums and collections of the city as Old and New Pinakothek, Lenbachhaus with Kunstbau, National Graphic Arts Collection, Glyptothek and antiques collection, Museum of Church Art in Georgianum and the Academy of Fine Arts and the Academy of Music and Theatre are located here. With the opening of the Pinakothek der Moderne in 2002 and the Museum Brandhorst in 2009, more cultural and urban highlights were added.
Many educational institutions such as the Ludwig-Maximilians-University, the Technical University, the Universities of Politics and Philosophy, University of Applied Sciences, the Historical School, the Orff Centre, the State and University Library and the State and City Archives are the Maxvorstadt, why it is often referred to as the "brains of Munich". Also, have important headquarters of banks, insurance companies, corporations and utilities based here, as well as the Bayerische Rundfunk, the state police, a large part of the Munich tax offices and courts, as well as the Spaten-Löwenbräu Group.
The concentration of jobs and the high number of students (more than 100,000) mean that reside in the district during the day almost four times more people than actually live there. The Maxvorstadt especially around the universities and the Academy of Art a typical academic and student area, much of what characterizes the typical "Schwabing-image" actually belongs to Maxvorstadt. Among the residents dominated the age group of 20 to 30 year-olds, while children withdraw numerically under 15 and elderly. Above average, the proportion of single-person households. Many famous people have lived in the Maxvorstadt, for example, Georg Elser, Thomas Mann, Franz von Stuck, Wolfgang Pauli, Franz Josef Strauss, Adolf Hitler and Joseph Ratzinger.
The Maxvorstadt is available in public transport by the metro line U2 to the Königsplatz, Theresienstraße and Josephsplatz subway stations, the underground lines U3 and U6 with the Metro Station University and by the U-Bahn line U1 developed with the Stiglmaierplatz Underground Station. Likewise, here, at the tram lines (phone number hidden) and 28 as well as several bus lines MVG.