XWe are using cookies on our website for the right provision of our services. By using our website, you agree with the usage of cookies. View detailsWe are using cookies on our website. You agree with their use, if you continue using our website. View details

Vacation rentals and holiday homesin Munich

Tested and certified by the
German Holiday Home Association
15+ years experience as
agency for holiday rentals
75000+ holiday rentals
all over Europe
4,5 out of 5,0
187 Holiday makers have submitted ratings for
49 holiday properties on Muenchen-Travel.

Metropolis of Contrasts – Munich Vacation Rentals and Munich Holiday Apartments for City Breaks in the Bavarian Capital

Munich is not just Germany’s third largest city and the twelfth largest in the EU, Munich is also the centre of Bavarian and one of the most popular German travel destinations with tourists from all over the world. Here you will find cheap Munich accommodation from private owners, Munich holiday apartments and Munich holiday homes for a holiday in the city of contrasts: one the one hand, hearty beer gardens and scene bars take care of exciting night-life, on the other, operas, theatres and museums entice thousands of tourists to the Bavarian capital every year. Here, you can enjoy traditional Bavarian breakfasts or haute cuisine, exquisite hotels or snug holiday apartments or spot the traditional German “Lederhosen” as well as elegant evening dresses – Munich is, all at once a beloved town and the art and culture capital of the south.

Simply search our wide range of vacation rentals Munich and holiday apartments Munich, select the property that fits your needs and all you have to do to book the perfect accommodation for your holiday is write to the owner and seal the deal. This southern city is also perfect for a spontaneous city break and in our Munich Last Minute section you will find a selection of affordable, last minute accommodation.

Discover Munich’s Tourist Attractions

The cityscape is shaped by numerous tourist attractions and historic buildings such as the Wittelsbacher Residence or Nymphenburg Palace. The English Garden – the Bavarian capital’s “Central Park” – invites visitors to relax in the open air, and culture enthusiasts shouldn’t pass up a chance to visit the German Museum or the Pinakothek art gallery. The real emblem of the city is the Frauenkirche church, which is located in direct proximity to Marienplatz. Marienplatz is framed by the Old and New Town Halls and is near the Peterskirche, the oldest church in the Old Town Film buffs should make sure they pay a visit to Bavaria Film Studios – founded in 1919 these studios are some of the largest in Germany and offer visitors a wide range of information and attractions. And during your Munich holiday, make sure you try some of the typical Bavarian specialties: beer, pretzels and “Weißwurst” (white sausage) are just as much a part of the Bavarian cultural programme as churches and museums. We have prepared a wide range of tips, from information about Munich's regions to a list of Munich tourist attractions and things to do in Munich. You will know all there is to know without having to even leave the comfort of your own home!

The Highlight of the Year: Oktoberfest

Every year, thousands of visitors from all over the world come to Munich to take part in Oktoberfest, where over 6 million litres of beer are drunken within a space of two weeks and half a million sausages eaten. For many, this world-famous folk festival – the largest in the world – is an annual highlight. This is where beer lovers from all over the world meet to experience the unique Oktoberfest atmosphere.

Discover Munich’s Surroundings

Alongside the cultural treasures of the Bavarian capital, the breathtaking area surrounding Munich is also a popular destination for many tourists. Crystal-clear lakes and the nearby Alps invite visitors to hike through these extraordinary natural surroundings, to take a bike ride or just a swim. Particularly popular day trips from Munich are Starnberger Lake and Neuschwanstein Palace, built in the 19th century for the Bavarian King Ludwig II in the style of a medieval knight’s castle. The Chiemsee and the highest mountain in Germany, the Zugspitze, are also just a stone’s throw away and certainly worth a few hours travel.

We hope you have a wonderful holiday and pleasant stay in your holiday accommodation!

Take a look at our Paris holiday apartments!