Schwabing – the Bohemian quarter with a long history and a strong identity, cosmopolite and turned to the future. This unique district is full of strong contrasts: new meets old. Culture meets subculture. Lifestyle meets tradition. It’s time to discover its vibrant urban spaces. Check it out and you will be amazed! Some handy tips needed? Here you are…
Ohlàlà- a little piece of France in Schwabing. And just few doors up from our F’22 in the Fallmerayerstrasse. M Belleville is a lovely candlelit brasserie-restaurant combined wine bar and bistro with chic, warm and welcoming interior in a lounge-type ambience: checkered tablecloths, stucco walls decorated and leather couches. The Owner focuses on french classics that make the most of high-quality, locally sourced seasonal ingredients served alongside a well-thought-out selection of fine natural wines from Loire and Alsatia.
Looking for sport, adventure, fun and relaxation all in one? At Olympiapark everything is possible. With this unique combination of different event, sports installations and leisure happenings, it is the the right place to spend a day. Up in the heavens you can enjoy the wonderful view from the Olympic tower. Or climbing the hill for a view over the site. An absolutly hit is the tour on the roof of the big tent of the Olympiastadium. Furthermore the area offers a great number of recreational facilities such rowing boats at the lake, summer curling sheets and a playground for children. Shopping fans will love the comprehensive Olympic Shopping Centre.
Workout with minimum efforts but with maximum results. That is EMS Training. EMS stands for Electrical Muscle Stimulation, giving your body over 150 times more muscle contractions than a conventional workout. The top address for EMS in Munich is the new opening BODYSTREET Studio in the Knorrstrasse. In just 20 minutes the training under the guidance of the experienced personal trainer Carlo Fuzio, Diploma-Fitness Instructor and WFF-Champion 2007 offers the perfect blend of effectiveness and efficiency. Bonus: Carlo gives you not only a push in the right direction but also very great home workout tips and if desired nutrition plans.
Classical monumental and modern architectural styles in perfect harmony. The Nordbad is famous for its magnificent swimming pool with spectator stands, large outdoor pool and extensive sauna facilities. Perfect to revitalize your body and mind in an atmosphere of total relaxation. Or get yourself into shape by joining one of the many fitness classes. Whirlpools, steam rooms and heated outdoor pool with jacuzzi seats provide complete reinvigoration. A visit to Nordbad offers unforgettable experiences.
Located close to our H’Otello / F’22 and dwarfed by the English Garden and Olympia Park the Luitpold Park it’s one of the smaller parks in Munich and frequently used and loved by the locals. There is space for every kind of activity and one can find sunbathers, walkers and runners. Right in the middle of the park is the Bamberger Haus located, a almost 100 year old baroque building, housing a restaurant with plenty of outdoor space. In summer one can find plenty shady places under lots of huge linden- and chestnut trees, with numerous benches for a little rest under it. Now, if you think, by all this activities, it will be a noisy place, you are wrong. The Luitpoldpark is big enough to handle all the activities and its still a enjoyable quiet place!
When you´re in Munich and have a heart for fashion, don´t miss to visit WILD MUNICH and get one of her very surpising wild style outfits. The store is just a stone’s throw from our F’22. Here you can find all kinds of occasion wear- stylish, individual and at times extravagant. Owner Beate Wild has her very own eye on fashion and how to wear different style pieces in one vibrant look. As a stylist and fashion expert she searche the latest trends at the international fashion fairs and lifestyle hotspots such as Paris, London and New York. A hot spot for her and his fashionistas, divas, trendsetters and lovers of an unassuming classic look.
Where you can find household goods, antiques as well as the freshest foods and flowers in Schwabing? Named after the Bavarian princess Elisabeth who became empress of Austria, this daily marke is a quaint and relaxed small version of the Viktualienmarkt. Whereas at the Viktualienmarkt you have visitors from many lands pushing past the stands, here life is more peaceful and local. The choice of food shops is great and you can get anything from local produce to imported stuff and also totally organic. Last but not least there is a biergarten and in the warmer months a great place to hang out and watch people. Definitely one of the most authentic sites of our borough and worth a visit!