Smart Stay Hostel Munich City
This modern hostel is centrally located, close to Goetheplatz and just 2 stops on the Ubahn from Marienplatz and the historic centre. All rooms are en-suite with bunk beds and there’s a large reception area with good space for recreation in the evenings.
YH Munich Park
This is a modern youth hostel with a large, bright reception area and great facilities including an outside terrace, a games room, TV lounge, bistro and pizza machine. Students are accommodated in bunk beds and all rooms are en-suite. It’s situated out of the city centre in a quiet location away from the hustle and bustle of the city but with great access by public transport.
This is a large youth hostel which has recently been modernised. It offers guests a cellar disco and games area. It is located in the Schwabing area of Munich close to Olympiapark and accessible by public transport with a 15 minute walk.
A&O Munich Laim
This is a brand new hostel which opened in September 2014. All rooms are en-suite with bunk beds and there’s a large lobby, bar area and terrace for recreation. It’s located in the Laim district of Munich which is 5 stops on the SBahn from the city centre.
Guided Walking Tour
A half day guided walking tour of the city centre is an ideal way to orientate yourselves and to see all the major sights including scenes from the 1923 Putsch, Hitler’s apartment, the White Rose memorial and the Hofgarten.
Dachau Concentration Camp
Dachau was Germany’s first concentration camp, set up in 1933 shortly after Adolf Hitler was appointed Chancellor. School groups can take a guided tour around the memorial that will last 2½ hours.
Königsplatz & Karolinenplatz
Just outside the historical centre this was the centre of Nazi Munich and was used as the main square for Nazi party rallies. It’s the location of important Nazi buildings including the original party headquarters the Brown House and the Führer Building where the 1938 Munich Agreement was signed.
To find out more about how Adolf Hitler lived groups can take a drive to Obersalzburg to visit the ‘Eagle’s Nest’. You can take a guided tour where you’ll meet in Obersalzburg and transfer on to a mountain bus that will take you to the Eagle’s Nest, the Documentation Centre and the underground bunker system.
White Rose Monument
A site which pays tribute to the students of the White Rose group who are one of the most famous civilian resistance movements in Nazi Germany. The monument is located in front of the University. This a perfect memorial to visit to show your students evidence of resistance within Nazi Germany.
A full day coach trip to Nuremberg is recommended to cover the following visits.
Nazi Rally Grounds
You can visit the site where the famous Nazi Party rallies were held between 1933 and 1938.
Museum of Fascination and Terror
This permanent exhibition at the Documentation Centre of the Nazi Rally Grounds describes the rallies and explains the fascination they held for participants and visitors.
Memorium Nuremberg Trials
This museum informs visitors about the background, progression and repercussions of the trials, at the original location where they were held. Selected historical exhibits such as parts of the original dock, as well as historical audio tapes and films, convey a vivid impression of events at the Nuremberg Trials.
Highlights of the home to Bayern Munich include the dressing room, players’ tunnel, media area, press conference area and main stand.
This museum showcases the company, brand and product history of BMW. It houses more than 120 of the most valuable and attractive cars, motorcycles and engines from BMW’s nine decades of history.
This is the world’s largest museum of science and technology. Exhibitions focus around natural sciences, energy, transport, new technology and materials.
This is a small private museum which serves as a source of Jewish history and culture in Munich.
Visitors can take a guided or self guided tour around the Olympic Stadium, famous for the 1972 Olympics and then ascend up the Olympic Tower to get exceptional views of the city. The Olympic Stadium was also host the 1974 World Cup final and was home to FC Bayern Munich until their move to the Allianz Arena.
Located approx. 2 hours drive from Munich this fairy-tale castle is a much loved and popular tourist site in Bavaria.