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Munich is an excellent destination to visit for a weekend or several days. The city has a lot to offer in terms of art, culture and shopping. In addition, there is a wide and diverse range of (gay) entertainment. From laid back bars, to the latest dance parties, Munich has it all. The Munich gay scene has its origins in the Glockenbachviertel district, here you will find most of Munich’s gay venues. The Hans-Sachs-Strasse in particular is a very nice street packed with boutiques, cafes and restaurants. In this street an annual gay street fair is organized.


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Hotel Deutsche Eiche

Hotel Deutsche Eiche stands in Munich's Gärtnerplatzviertel district. This area is known for its cultural diversity and historical significance. The hotel offers a range of facilities catering to varied needs. You can find comfortable rooms, a renow

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Motel One München Sendlinger Tor

Motel One München Sendlinger Tor sits in the heart of Munich, Germany. This hotel places you close to many tourist attractions. You can easily walk to Marienplatz, the city's central square, in just 10 minutes. The famous Viktualienmarkt, a large food market, is also a short walk away. For cultural experiences, the Munich City Museum and Asam Church are nearby. The hotel offers essential facil
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Mandarin Oriental

Mandarin Oriental, Munich, sits in the heart of the city's old town. This location places you close to famous tourist spots. You can walk to Marienplatz, the central square, in just five minutes. The Munich Residenz, a former royal palace, is only a ten-minute walk away. You'll find the English Garden, one of the world's largest urban parks, within a 15-minute walk. The hotel offers a range of
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Living Hotel am Viktualienmarkt

Living Hotel am Viktualienmarkt, located in Munich, Germany, offers a unique experience for its guests. Set in the heart of the city, this hotel stands close to the famous Viktualienmarkt, a renowned daily food market. You are just a short walk away from Marienplatz, the central square of Munich, known for the New Town Hall and the Glockenspiel. The hotel is also near the Deutsches Museum, one of
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Hotel Blauer Bock

Hotel Blauer Bock, located in Munich, Germany, offers a blend of comfort and convenience for your stay. Situated in the historic city center, it positions you close to many of Munich's key attractions. The hotel stands in the Altstadt-Lehel district, a part of the city known for its rich history and cultural landmarks. One of the hotel's main features is its proximity to the famous Marienplatz,
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Hotel Exquisit

Hotel Exquisit sits in the heart of Munich, Germany, a city known for its rich history and cultural heritage. The hotel's location in the central district places you within easy reach of many of Munich's key attractions. For instance, the famous Marienplatz, Munich's central square, is just a short walk away. This proximity offers you the chance to explore iconic sites like the New Town Hall and t
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Hilton Munich Park

Hilton Munich Park sits in Munich's serene Englischer Garten area. This location gives you easy access to green spaces and city attractions. The hotel features key facilities to enhance your stay. These include a spa, fitness center, and indoor pool. The rooms offer modern comforts, ensuring a relaxing experience. For dining, the hotel has a restaurant and a lounge bar. The hotel's position in
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Arthotel Munich

Arthotel Munich offers a unique stay in Munich, Germany. This hotel sits in the city center, making it a convenient base for exploring. You find the main railway station just a short walk away. This location means easy access to various city attractions. The hotel features essential amenities. These include free Wi-Fi, a breakfast buffet, and a 24-hour front desk. You can relax in the bar or th
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Hotel am Viktualienmarkt

Hotel am Viktualienmarkt, located in Munich, Germany, offers a unique experience for travelers. Situated in the heart of the city, this hotel places you close to various tourist attractions. The hotel is near Marienplatz, the central square of Munich, just a five-minute walk away. Here, you can explore the New Town Hall and the famous Glockenspiel. The Munich City Museum and the Jewish Museum are
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GHOTEL hotel & living

GHOTEL hotel & living München-City, located in Munich, Germany, offers a range of facilities catering to diverse needs. This hotel sits in the central part of Munich, making it a convenient choice for exploring the city. You will find yourself near Theresienwiese, the renowned site of the Oktoberfest. Additionally, Marienplatz, the city's central square, lies within easy reach, offering access to


  • Why to visit Munich?
  • Germany is the place to be if you are gay friendly. Many cities, such as Munich, Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, and Frankfurt, have a vibrant gay scene with bars, clubs, saunas, and events for every taste. If you’re someone who is gay or lesbian and looking for a city to visit for a gay friendly holiday, you may want to consider travelling to Munich. The city is known as the gay capital of Germany and is the third most popular destination for gay tourists after Berlin and Frankfurt. Munich is a beautiful, friendly city and you will find plenty of gay bars and parties to go to.

  • How far is the nearest airport from Munich?
  • Being gay friendly isn’t always about being gay-friendly. In fact, many LGBT travel bloggers and travellers choose to be gay friendly because it brings a whole new level of diversity to their travels. They might want to visit a few gay friendly countries, see how their LGBT friends are faring in their home countries, or just to have a more diverse travel experience.

  • How do I get from the airport to my hotel in Munich?
  • To understand my trip, you must first understand my passion for travel. As a gay man, I am constantly on the move—not only for the purpose of exploring the world but in order to experience life. After having an amazing time in Paris, it was time to head back to Munich for the start of my semester, so I took the train there from Paris. I had a lot of time to kill, so I spent it reading a book on the train. I was surprised that it was such a good book. I was drawn in by the main character, who was the gay son of a preacher. He was an outcast at first, but who, as the story progressed, had to come to terms with his homosexuality, which he fought with his whole life.
    Travelling to Munich seems like a daunting task. The language is confusing, the traffic is crazy, and the people are sometimes unfriendly. But all of that is nothing in comparison to the shock of the German people when they see a man holding hands with another man. The rules are different in Germany. They don’t care if you’re gay or straight. They just want you to be comfortable.

  • Is it easy to find a parking spot in Munich?
  • In Munich, it is not easy to find a parking spot. I am not sure if it is some kind of conspiracy, but there are very few parking spots for cars at the city center, and so they are usually occupied by other cars. This leads to a lot of traffic and a lot of frustration. This is why I always try to find a parking spot a few minutes before my destination.

  • Is it easy to use public transport in Munich?
  • Munich is a beautiful city, and it is a great place to travel for those with gay friends or family. There is lots of fun things to do, interesting places to go and all the history that is so important for Germany. Munich is a great city to explore as a gay tourist. Since the city was hit hard by the Nazis, some parts of it feel like the past. But the majority of the city is modern and has a highly tolerant atmosphere. It’s easy to find a great gay bar or nightclub, and it’s easy to find out about events and places that are Gay friendly.

  • Is it easy to get a taxi in Munich?
  • Munich is a popular city for the LGBT community, and there are several gay-friendly venues in town. One of the places that are popular amongst gay men is Stanglwirt, a gay pub, and restaurant that has been operating since 1913. The restaurant’s logo features a rooster and is quite popular among LGBT locals and tourists. Let’s see how easy it is to get a taxi there.
    Munich is a popular tourist destination from all over the world, and for this reason, there are many alternatives to the traditional taxi service. With Uber and Taxi Magic, you can get a ride in minutes without having to wait for a normal taxi. This post will discuss the pros and cons of the two services and how they compare to each other.

  • What are the main attractions of Munich?
  • Munich is a German city with a historical and cultural background that is famous for its Oktoberfest and many other festivals. The city is also a major tourist destination. The main attractions of Munich are the Allianz Arena, the Olympic Park, the Deutsches Museum, and the English Garden.
    You’ve probably heard a lot about Germany’s capital city, but if you’re looking for a gay friendly city, try Munich. One of the world’s largest cities, Munich is home to the annual Oktoberfest, one of the world’s biggest beer festivals. It’s also home to the stunning Hofbrauhaus, a world-famous beer hall, which is said to have the best beer in all of Europe.
    When you think of the city of Munich, you might think of beer, Oktoberfest, and the red-nosed Bavarian-cute-guy stereotype. If you’re gay, however, you’re likely to picture rainbows, rainbows, and more rainbows. This is because Munich is among the most progressive cities in the world in terms of gay rights.

  • Which hotels are near the main attraction of Munich?
  • The city of Munich is the capital of the German state Bavaria. Munich is the 9th biggest city in Germany with around 1.3 million inhabitants. It is the 3rd largest city in the state of Bavaria. Munich is also one of Germany’s most important commerce, music, and art cities, the most famous landmark is the annual Oktoberfest.
    Which hotels are near the main attraction of Munich? First, we will start with Munich’s famous sights: the English Garden with its Magic Fountain, the Deutsches Museum with its dinosaur skeletons, the Nymphenburg palace with its royal gardens, and the Frauenkirche church with its Gothic architecture.
    Munich is a really charming city. The city has a lot of history, the buildings are beautiful, the people are friendly, and the weather is great all year round. It’s also close to a lot of other interesting places, like the Alps and the lakes.

  • Which museums can I visit in Munich?
  • But first, a little background information: In 2010, Munich’s famous Oktoberfest was inaugurated as the first LGBT-friendly festival. Since its inception, the festival has seen a tremendous increase in popularity. Today, the event draws as many as 30-40,000 guests each year, making it one of the most popular festivals in Germany.
    If you’re in Munich, you can visit one of the largest museums in Germany and the city’s central attraction, the Hofbrauhaus, which is considered to be one of the most famous Beer halls in the world. Not only do you get to enjoy a few beers, but you also get to learn about the city’s rich history and culture. Also, you may have a good time at the museums in Munich, such as the Winter Museum and the Museum of Industry and Technology.
    If you are gay, you will know how hard it is to find a place you can go and relax without being judged or harassed. In Europe, the laws are somewhat more accepting than in the US, but even so, there are plenty of places that would not feel comfortable for a gay couple. Certainly, the fact that Munich is one of the most gay friendly cities in the world means that it is an extremely safe place for you to explore this aspect of your life.

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