One of the bedrooms is in the gallery in a lovely attic with three levels and 130 square meters. The second and the third bedrooms are in a separate closed room in the nice lovely flat. All rooms have a Plasma TV and a laptop with flatrate. There are two bathrooms and a large living kitchen that can be shared, of course. The large plasma TV in the kitchen and the living rooms invite you to relax. The Isar River is just 2 minutes walk, the Oktoberfest is reachable by bus in 5 minutes on foot it takes about 15 minutes. Centrally located and with easy access to downtown. Munich is the proud capital of the Free State of Bavaria. With some 1.5 million inhabitants, it is the largest city in Bavaria and Germany's third largest city. Apart from the largest folk festival in the world, the Oktoberfest, Munich has many more attractions to offer its visitors. Almost everybody, for example, has heard of the Hofbräuhaus. The famous beer hall in the old town on Platzl is well attended throughout the year. Not far from there is the Jewish Cultural Centre, one of the places where the locals like to hang out. Munich's stalwarts meet here in the beer garden for the morning pint and the chef of the gourmet restaurants buys his ingredients at the market stalls. There are many other main attractions right in the center: the women's church with the onion domes and the panoramic views is Munichs landmark, the city hall in the Gothic Revival architectural style towers (do not miss the chimes at 11 and 12 clock) right at the beautiful Marienplatz, the Alter Peter offers visitors that want to climb the 306 steps to the top a breathtaking view to the Zugspitze mountain on clear days. Behind the Karlstor and extends Stachus Munich's old town including the shopping street with the highest turnover in Germany. For fans of machinery and equipment, this is a must: the Deutsch Museum on Museum of Iceland in the Isar. It is the most visited museum in the Republic. Art lovers visit the galleries of the art premises in Munich. The people of the River Isar, Munich love and you can tell they do by all the lively urban green space along the river bank. You get to swim, picnic and BBQ. If the Isar leads HighWater you can even surf in some places, but it is best watching this spectacle from the bank Built for the 1972 Olympic Games is the Olympic Park, with its distinctive glass architecture is another recreational center of the city. The castle of the Bavarian Rulers, the Wittelsbach thus deserves to be discovered. It is one of the magnificent buildings of the dynasty.