Whether you’re in Munich privately or on business. Whether you’re travelling on your own, as a couple or with your family … we have put together the best tips for Munich and the area around the hotel.
The Messe München International (MMI) with around 40 specialist trade fairs for investment goods, consumer goods and new technologies is one of the leading trade fair companies worldwide.
Over 30,000 exhibitors from more than 100 countries and more than two million visitors from over 200 countries take part in events in Munich annually. In addition to this the Munich specialist trade fairs hold events in Asia, in Russia, in the Middle East and in South America.
Alongside a portfolio of leading international own events, the Munich Trade Fair offers its domestic and foreign customers the opportunity to use the New Munich Trade Fair, the associated International Congress Centre – ICM and the Events Centre M,O,C, for staging events.
Munich Horse Racing Association
The Munich racing association may rely on more than 145-year history and is the oldest sports venue in Munich.
With the foundation in 1865 and opening of the racecourse in 1897, began the history of horse racing in Munich Riem. In 1905 was the first time, the Bavaria Award went on and in 1934 the "brown band from Germany" with an endowment of 100,000 marks (the endowment in the Derby was only 60,000 dollars) out to tender and counted until the outbreak of World War II to the top events in Europe.
Because of war-related harm in the year 1946, the German Derby (normally located in Hamburg Horn) took place in Munich Riem. By awarding the Olympic Games in Munich, opened up for the Munich club racing at once new horizons. In 1971 the Olympic Committee is interested to relocate parts of the equestrian program for Riem. Therefore, there was a deal: The Racing Association presented a portion of its campus available which was the new grandstand and stable area, including a hospital built in hutch. In 1972 provides the Riem Olympic race day in a major sensation! In 1979 Riem already holds 34 racing days. In 2001 there is a race day sales record of $ 1,478,672 at the Dallmayr Racing Day!
Since 2010, honorary president of the Munich Wolfgang Racing Association and Dr. Norbert Poth's is the new president. The objective of the nonprofit association is to conduct horse inspections to maintain and improve the breeding of thoroughbred horses.
The Racing course Munich Riem
Today it so that the site of the Munich-Riem horse racing track is located on almost 100 hectares and extends divided into training and racing operation. The race track is an oval links course with a length of 1830 meters and it is flat with large bows. The finish line is 560 meters with a gradual slope of about 3 meters and there is also a 1000 meter straight alley. It also provides the racing club offers in Munich Riem-based trainers and their horses entrusted to optimal conditions. For the daily preparation there is a 1800 meter long grass runway, a dirt Track and numerous step-trotting ways as well as a riding hall. Housed are offering valuable four-legged friends in extremely spacious stables which can accommodate about 350 thoroughbreds.
The spectator area offers place for more than 20,000 visitors with entertainment level. There the traditional "Old Grandstand" with their boxes and the 3-storey glazed' club-Tribune" available. The racing season begins in early April and ends in November.
Further information you will find on www.galoppriem.de
As Munich was the Olympic city in 1972, for Riem it was more than a lucky stroke of fate that the site was chosen as the venue for the equestrian events. The facility was expanded to 30 hectares and immediately after the Olympic Games transferred directly into the possession of the Free State of Bavarian.
After completion of the new buildings in October 2003 a modern centre for equestrian sports and horse breeding emerged alongside the Olympia equestrian centre. Furthermore, the 27 hectare sized plot with the Olympia riding stadium offers, with its position close to the city, unique organisational possibilities for events in the form of open air concerts and all types exhibitions. Experience top class equestrian events, such as Horse International, the Bavarian or Youth Championship or the South German Stud Days with the best in year chosen for breeding.
The short 9-hole course is situated just outside Munich and just a 15 minute drive away from Hotel Am Moosfeld, so you can enjoy a spontaneous game in no time at all! You have a fascinating view over the Alps and the skyline from Munich’s highest golf course.
Vaterstetten climbing forest is situated just 15 minutes away from our hotel and is Munich’s largest and most beautiful climbing forest by far. With 13 courses in total over 21,000 sqm, you can try out climbing in the treetops in one of Munich’s primeval forests. There is even plenty on offer for fearless 3-year olds.
The BUGA 2005 grounds and one of Munich’s largest open space projects with an area of more than 200 hectares invites you to enjoy long walks and swim in the crystal clear BUGA lake. Or why not have a cosy picnic, we’ll be happy to put together everything you need.
Simply switch off from your everyday life and do something for yourself – that’s always easier said than done. Therme Erding offers you that holiday feeling and a sense of relaxation that you rarely experience in a setting that is sheer paradise. Whether it’s the tropical spa area, VitalityOasis with wave pool, spa area and saunas or the Galaxy Erding slides – the world’s largest spa really has something to offer all tastes.
We have put together a very special offer for you in cooperation with Therme Erding here.
Millions of visitors flock to the world-famous Oktoberfest or the “Wiesn” to celebrate the festival of all festivals together with that special Bavarian flair.
Bavaria Filmstadt is a division of Bavaria Film GmbH and offers a whole load of tourist attractions on the grounds of Bavaria Film’s head office in Geiselgasteig in Munich’s Grünwald district. The exhibition first originated with the set and models from the “Das Boot” (The Boat) film. Bavaria Filmstadt is Europe’s largest film production facility at the same time. Famous films and series are shot here day in day out. You have the unique opportunity to get a glimpse behind the scenes of a fascinating world.
Munich’s Hellabrunn Zoo, founded in 1911, is one of the most renowned scientific zoos in the whole of Europe. The zoo with its very old tree population is situated in Munich’s Untergiesing-Harlaching district and is nestled in the nature conservation area of the Isar river’s eastern floodplains. What is special about our Hellabrunn Zoo is the fact that it is the first geo-zoo in the world. The animals live according to their geographic distribution in complex communities allowing the visitor to travel around the world and experience the different habitats. Munich’s zoo sees itself as a nature preserve with the aim of inspiring visitors for biological diversity and raising awareness for nature and species protection.