Hotel Kriemhild

Discover Munich!


Not far from our hotel the royal Hirschgarten in Munich’s Nymphenburg invites you to a hearty food or a relaxing beer. With its 40 hectares and 8,000 seats it’s the largest beer garden in the world.

Nymphenburg Palace

Nymphenburg Palace every year draws 300,000 visitors under its spell. It has been inhabited since the late 16th century by various Bavarian princes and kings and steadily expanded. An enchanted castle park and the magnificent pleasure palace are reasons for the popularity of the palace in Munich-Nymphenburg.

Olympic Park

The Olympic Park is one of the most popular and impressive places in Munich. It was built for the 1972 Olympics. Here are some of the most important buildings of Munich: The Olympiastadion, the Olympic Hall and the Olympic Tower. In the spacious park there are numerous recreational activities such as concerts, festivals, sporting events and much more.


Hier bietet BMW ein weltweit einziges Erlebnis, nicht nur für Autofans, bestehend aus BMW Welt, Museum und Werk. Gelungene Kombination aus Automobilauslieferung mit spannenden Wechselausstellungen zu Geschichte, Gegenwart und Zukunft der Marke und ein großes Veranstaltungsprogramm machen die BMW Welt äußerst interessant. Der Eintritt für das gigantische Bauwerk in München ist kostenlos.


The “Frauenkirche” is located in Munich’s Old Town, close to the Marienplatz. In everyday language it is called “Frauenkirche”. The Frauenkirche is an important landmark of the Bavarian capital Munich. She’s cathedral of the Archbishop of Munich and Freising and has standing room for about 15,000 people.

The Munich Zoo Hellabrunn

The Munich Zoo Hellabrunn, founded in 1911 as the first geo-zoo in the world, is located in the south of Munich at the river Isar. Hellabrunn is the first geo-zoo worldwide: since 1928 animals live here sorted by continents. A walk through Hellabrunn resembles a journey through exciting faunas from the Arctic to Africa, from Europe to Asia and America to Australia.

German museum

Every year, 1.5 million people visit the fascinating world of technology and science Museum in Munich. Artificial lightning, ready aircraft, a long mining tunnel and much more are the reason for the number of visitors. Around 50 theme areas and 30,000 exhibits await you in one of the largest museums of science and technology.

Allianz Arena

Opened in 2005, the football stadium, which is located in the north of Munich, was built for the 2006 World Cup and is now the venue for home matches of FC Bayern Munich and TSV 1860 München. A guided tour through the stadium is a highlight not only for football fans.