With large windows and nearly 14 foot ceilings, you will feel like you are in a much larger apartment. Though a studio, the kitchen is separated from the living/sleeping area by a wall. From the kitchen you walk into the bathroom with its large shower. The shower has a built-in ledge on which you can sit while showering.
Be sure and have dinner at Makassar restaurant around the corner. This French Colonial restaurant is run by Jacques Costeau's former chef onboard Calypso. The neighborhood is known as the Dreimühlenviertel and is part of Munich's Glockenbachviertel, an eclectic mix of retired nuns, young couples with and without children, singles, restaurants, great shopping and a wonderful coffee shop not to be missed, Aroma.
The apartment is on the ground floor inside the buildings courtyard. It is very quiet while still being in the middle of the city. Just one block away is the Isar River. Stroll South against the flow of the river to the Flaucher Bier Garten. In the Spring and Summer the beer garden is full of people enjoying friends and family. Live music is also often offered. Cross over the wooden Flaucher Bridge and stroll the few meters to the city's zoo. It is a real treat for kids of all ages.
Find out why Munich is known as Italy's northern most city. But do not plan to stay with us if you need a car. We do not have parking and Munich is not a car-friendly city. Parking is by resident permit or parking meter for the most part. Public parking garages can be found in town, but not near this apartment.
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