What to do: History & Tourism

Flughafen München (Munich Airport)

Take part in one of the most interesting guided tours of the airport visitor's service and have a look behind the scenes of Munich Airport. Experience the fascination of flying!

How to get there:
Rosenheimer Platz: S 8 Flughafen, station: Flughafen Besucherpark.

Duration: = 31 Minuten, plus 15 minute walk.


KZ-Gedenkstätte, Dachau (Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial)

A walk about the Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial may give rise to the discussion of the question: "What is that history to us today?" About 700,000 people from all over the world come to see the Memorial every year.

How to get there:
Rosenheimer Platz: S2 Petershausen, station: Dachau; change to bus 726 Saubachsiedlung, stop: Dachau, KZ-Gedenkstätte.Duration: 37 minutes, plus 10 minute walk.



If you want to explore the beautiful Isar floodplains, you should rent a bike at the bycicle rental 'Spurwechsel' (changing tracks). In addition, 'Spurwechsel' offers various guided city tours.
How to get there:
Rosenheimer Platz: tram 25 Grünwald, stop: Ostfriedhof; change to tram 27 Petuelring, stop: Fraunhoferstr.
Duration: 22 minutes, plus 10 minute walk


Guided Munich city-tour (rally of the city)

There is a variety of opportunities of exploring Munich via a guided city-tour by coach or on foot.


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Information and reservation

Do you have questions? Or would you like to make a reservation? Our team of the youth guesthouse will gladly advise you and look forward to your contact. For detailed information and offers please turn to Mrs. Doina Fracasso, our point of contact for the youth guesthouse.

Contact youth guesthouse:
Phone: 0049 / 89 / 48008-245

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The Salesianum

The "Jugendgästehaus Don Bosco", guesthouse for young people, is a section of Salesianum, offering residence for more than 400 young people during the time of their training and apprenticeship - the biggest residential for young people in Germany. The Salesians of Don Bosco have been running the house since 1919. The religious order of the Salesians is committed to promote Don Bosco´s (1815-1888) principles and teachings all over the world.

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