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How to find the best Hotels in Schwabing, Munich with Hotels.com

Thanks to the team of German travel experts at Hotels.com, it has never been easier to book your dream accommodation in Schwabing. Take a look at our hand picked collection of the best hotels in Schwabing, Munich, and you are sure to find plenty of places that appeal to your tastes, whether you are planning a low key romantic weekend away or a packed schedule of sight seeing with a couple of friends. At Hotels.com, we know that it is so important to have as much information as possible about your hotel before you book, so that you can select your accommodation with confidence and peace of mind. Thus, we accompany all of our listings of hotels in Schwabing, Munich with sets of photos that show you just what your room will look like, as well as the appearance of any communal areas. When you visit the Hotels.com site, you can also see reviews of your chosen hotel that were written by other users of our website who have stayed there in the past. Famous for its bohemian vibe, the Schwabing neighbourhood of Munich has roots in the twelfth century thus making it a very historically and culturally rich region of Germany to visit.

What's Schwabing like?

One of the most famous open spaces in Schwabing is the Südlicher Englischer Garten or Southern English Garden which is a great place for picnics, skating, walking, jogging, or just lounging about. At the centre stands a beautiful pagoda known as the Chinese Tower. Munich as a whole is famous for its beer gardens, and Schwabing is no exception: there are plenty of great places to relax with some delicious Bavarian beer here. The Bavarian Alps provide a majestic backdrop to any walk through Schwabing, and are extremely enticing for keen walkers and hikers.

How to get along with locals in Schwabing

Beer is a big part of Munich life, and learning how to order and drink beer here will really help you to blend in with the locals. The German word for beer sounds very similar to the English one: it's 'bier'. Make sure to order your beer in a large Stein and not a glass: glasses are for Prussians, not Bavarians! If you really want to look the part, you can purchase yourself some classic Lederhosen or a Dirndl dress from several shops in this district. At Hotels.com, we are experts in all aspects of life in Schwabing and so you can always trust us to find you the perfect range of hotels in Schwabing, Munich for you to choose from.

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