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Many people visit Munich, Germany each year to join the famous Oktoberfest celebrations, but this is a fun place to spend a vacation during any time of the year. There are lots of museums and historical sites to check out, large parks and gardens to walk through, and delicious local cuisine to try. Munich is also a great home base for spending time in the surrounding areas of southern Germany and the around Alpine lakes of the region.
To help you plan your trip, here are some top-rated Airbnbs for a comfortable, affordable, and unique stay in Munich.
If you want an entire home to yourself in Munich, this renovated penthouse is a good option. It is quiet and located 13 minutes from the main train station. The home is modern and luxurious with three balconies, natural light, a fireplace, large smart TV, three bedrooms, and two bathrooms. It accommodates six to eight people and also has parking for two cars, and a cooking island. Laundry machines are also available for guests to use. You can walk to many things from here. The hosts speak German, English, Spanish, and French for easy communication.
A solo traveler in Munich will enjoy staying in this apartment with a single bed and prime location. It comes with an equipped kitchenette, home office space, free Wi-Fi, and living/dining area. It’s about 22 square meters in size and has air conditioning and plenty of natural light and storage space in the closet. Business travelers stay here and have a great experience. The Isar River is right outside the front door, while there is a small gym onsite to help you stay in shape. This is also an eco-friendly place to stay with sustainability made a priority.
For a unique stay in Munich, you can book this wooden barrel home for a cozy and rustic getaway. It is about 15 minutes from here to the main station by tram. Within about five minutes, you can reach a supermarket, pharmacy, and bakery. Inside the rental structure, there is a seating area and raised sleeping area. The space sleeps two people comfortably in a queen-size bed. It also has an in-house kitchen and bathroom, as well as benches that fold out to make two narrow beds. Pets are not allowed in this rental.
Here’s an apartment rental for two guests that’s great for relaxation and exploring the city. It’s on the quiet side of a street in Munich and a five-minute walk from the subway. You’ll be in a pretty neighborhood here with grocery stores, restaurants, and cafes. It’s easy to get to everything in the city from here via bike or public transit. The sleeping arrangements are a double bed and a floor mattress in the bedroom. Pets are not allowed here.
Another unique way to experience Munich is to stay in a tiny house in the city for two people. It is a 14-square-meter garden house in the host’s garden and equipped with a toilet, shower, and kitchen with small fridge and sink. The accommodations are a sofa bed, and guests can use the common garden space outside too. There’s a bus stop about 50 meters from here so you can get to city center. Within walking distance, you can find a beer garden, restaurants, and a shopping center. The house does not allow pets.
Five people can stay at this residential home Airbnb that has two bedrooms and one bath for travelers. The home also has a kitchen, dining area, terrace, garden, and sitting area outside. The home was renovated in 2012 and is entirely available for use by rental Airbnb guests. From here, it’s about 15 minutes to Marienplatz, Meese, and the main train station. The sleeping arrangements are a king-size bed and sofa bed in one bedroom and two single beds in the other bedroom. Other features include laundry machines, a hair dryer, dedicated workspace, and Wi-Fi. Long-term stays are allowed.
This is a studio apartment for rent on Airbnb that is about 40 square meters in size and overlooks the Auer Mühlbach. The apartment has a double bed, small bathroom with shower and toilet, kitchenette, and roof terrace. There is an extra mattress available if you have a third adult or child in your travel group. You’ll be on the fourth floor of a quiet apartment building with an elevator available. For a fee, you can use the laundry machines in the basement. The bathroom is separated by a screen only, and you can only smoke on the terrace but not indoors. This highly rated Airbnb does not allow pets.