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As the third largest city in Germany, with 1.5 million inhabitants, Munich is definitely a non-stop city, a city that seems to never stop for a moment despite being the oldest on the map. The capital of southern Germany attracts tourists from all over the world, and for good reason. Despite the negative connotations of this medieval city as far as its modern history is concerned, it seems that its cultural wealth, architectural diversity, famous night life and much more, managed to rebrand it and make it one of the most sought after destinations in Europe, including among Israelis of all ages. This is the reason you have to take into account, if you have already decided to go on vacation in Munich, that it is a relatively expensive city by European standards, certainly compared to Berlin. This means that you can find a lot of high-class and luxury hotels here, but getting your hands on a budget guesthouse can be a challenging and not an easy task. If you devote enough time (and patience) to the matter, you will be able to find a great selection of accommodation solutions at very affordable prices, suitable for backpackers or those with a low budget.
By and large, Munich obeys the profit rule throughout Europe, which says that the peak of the tourist season comes in the summer and the lowest is in the winter months. Starting from April, when the weather warms up and the city becomes more comfortable for a trip, the number of tourists gradually increases until it reaches a peak somewhere around June and from there it gradually decreases again. During this period, the prices of hotels, attractions and flights also increase, which makes a vacation in Munich even more expensive than usual. In the winter months, however, the number of tourists drops significantly. If you come to Munich in January-February, you will see that the tourist sites are relatively empty and the whole city moves into a more converging state. This is also the best time to find affordable deals on high class hotels, as Munich knows how to offer.
However, this rule has two very significant exceptions. The first, and least serious, is the Christmas area. At the end of December, the number of tourists increases, due to the Christmas markets and the increased tourist traffic throughout Europe during the holidays. The second, and much more serious, is of course the Oktoberfest held in the city at the end of September and beginning of October. During this period, the number of tourists in Munich increases suddenly, and hotel prices increase significantly already a year in advance. If you plan on coming to the city during these weeks, it is recommended to book a hotel well in advance, and preferably even a few months before arrival.
Depending on its size and rich history, different parts of Munich will give you their own unique experience, unlike what you would get if you stayed in another district. The districts shown here as an example are probably the most famous, but they are only a representative sample and you can definitely find excellent hotels in other parts of the city as well.
The Altstadt (literally – the old town) is probably the most sought-after part of Munich, and it is the right one for you if you are interested in experiencing the historical heart of the city. Here you will find the best that the city has to offer, starting with a variety of luxury hotels, cafes and restaurants known all over the world and a large part of Munich’s must-see sites. However, keep in mind that if Munich is the most expensive city, then the Old Town is the most expensive part of the most expensive city. This is the place for you if you are traveling on a high budget and want to pamper yourself, but if you are a tourist on a lower budget it is recommended to choose another area and reach the old city by public transport.
An example of an intermediate area in terms of prices and location is the Maxvorstadt. This is the beating heart of Munich’s nightlife, and for those who want to experience something beyond the city’s eighty-something museums and its multitude of green parks, this is the place to be. The Maxvorstadt never sleeps, and the huge selection of restaurants, bars and pubs here is what enables and feeds this atmosphere. The prices here are not as crazy as in the old city and in addition, the district is about half an hour’s walk from the old city, so it is also conveniently located for tourists interested in the historical gems of Munich.
And finally, if you’re looking for really low-budget accommodations, the Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt district (don’t try to guess the name, it’s hopeless) is probably for you. The district is also about half an hour’s walk from the old city, and is an excellent base for backpackers and young travelers because the places to stay there are more accessible in terms of prices than other parts of the city. The exceptions in this respect are the weeks of the Oktoberfest, since the center of the festival is in this district, which raises the prices accordingly and of course increases the demand for the various places to stay there.