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What to do: Nature & Sports

Allianz Arena

This football stadium (home of FC Bayern Muenchen and TSV 1860 Muenchen) with its unique architecture was inaugurated in 2005. Get impressed by a tour of the huge stadium!

How to get there from Rosenheimer Platz: any of S1-8 in the direction of Hauptbahnhof, station: Marienplatz; change to U6 Garching-Hochbrück, station: Fröttmaning. Duration:23 minutes, plus 15 minute walk.

www.allianz-arena.de

 

Olympiapark

There is always something going on in the Olympic Park (site of the 1972 summer games) with the Olympic Stadium, the Olympic Tower, the Olympic Swimming Pool, the Ice Sport Centre, etc..

With its selection of various sports and events sites the Olympic Park has become one of the world's most important centres of leisure activities.

How to get there from Rosenheimer Platz: any of S1-8 in the direction of Hauptbahnhof, station: Marienplatz; change to U3 Olympiazentrum, station: Olympiazentrum. Duration: 18 minutes, plus 15 minute walk.

www.olympiapark.de

 

Münchener Tierpark Hellabrunn

The Munich zoo of Hellabrunn is harmoniously embedded in the natural reserve of the surrounding Isar floodplains providing ideal conditions of keeping the animals in their natural habitats.
How to get there: Rosenheimer Platz: any of S1-8 in the direction of Hauptbahnhof, station: Marienplatz; change to U3 Fürstenried West, station: Thalkirchen (Tierpark). Duration: 16 minutes, plus 10 minute walk.

www.zoo-muenchen.de

 

Sea Life

Sea Life of Munich is unique in Germany and carries its visitors off into the underwater world from the springs of the river Isar via the Danube and the Black Sea to the depths of the Mediterranean Sea. On your way you can catch an amazing view of more than 10,000 fish from approx. 120 species.
How to get there from Rosenheimer Platz: any of S1-8 in the direction of Hauptbahnhof, station: Marienplatz; change to U3 Olympiazentrum, station: Olympiazentrum. Duration: 18 minutes, plus 15 minute walk.

www.sealifeeurope.com/de/munich/home.htm

 

Wildpark Poing

The game preserve Wildpark Poing is located off Munich. On 570,000 square metres you can see red deer, fallow-deer, roe, mufflons and wild boars almost living in their natural habitat. The animals are quite unafraid and even eat from your hand.

An amazing spectacle is the show of birds of prey such as falcons and eagles. The large playground with a kiosk and a picnic area in the centre of the preserve is where young and old meet.

How to get there from Rosenheimer Platz: S2 Erding, station: Poing. Duration: 22 minutes, plus 25 minute walk.

www.wildpark-poing.de

 

Kletterzentrum München

Heavens Gate is a climbing area located next to Ostbahnhof and made by climbers for climbers. In Heavens Gate climbers are having fun enjoying high walls, much music and all kinds of grips. Here children, young people and adults can gain climbing experience.

20 minute walk from the youth guesthouse.

www.kletternmachtspass.de 

 

More ideas and suggestions:

Another idea: You will find information about anything Munich has to offer to its visitors under:
http://www.muenchen.de/int/en.html

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
E-Mail: gaeste@salesianum.de

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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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