Rent a Placed apartment in Munich

View of two towers of the Frauenkirche in Munich

Renting an apartment in Munich has never been easier

Placed takes a digital approach to renting, making it even easier for you to search for and find an apartment and making sure you feel well taken care of and right at home in your new city. Looking to rent a Placed apartment in Munich? The city has so much to see, experience and discover. From cool cafes to historical must-sees, Munich is the perfect place to call your new home. Du willst in München eine Placed Wohnung mieten? Dann freu dich drauf, viel zu sehen, zu erleben und zu entdecken. Von coolen Cafés bis zu historischen Must-sees: München ist der perfekte Heimatort für dich.

Living in Munich: discover your new city!

Looking to rent a Placed apartment in Munich? Then get ready to be inspired! Whether you’re after a shopping spree on Kaufingerstraße or a visit to Odeonsplatz, the opera house, the Hofgarten, the Viktualienmarkt or, of course, Marienplatz with the New Town Hall: there is no shortage of things to see and do in Munich.

From the New Town Hall to modern art in Munich

Before we get down to renting an apartment in Munich: have you ever been inside the New Town Hall? Here you’ll experience one wow moment after the next. Admire the ornate stained-glass windows as you walk the vault-like corridors, and take the lift to the top of the tower where, with a little luck, you’ll be able to see far beyond Munich, all the way to Zugspitze mountain. Another famous spot here is the Viktualienmarkt: from hot dogs to local Schmalznudel doughnuts, there’s always something to tempt your taste buds here. Are you a fan of street art? If so, be sure to visit the MUCA in Munich, Germany’s first museum for urban and contemporary art. Famous and also new works from artists such as Banksy, JR or Richard Hambleton are on display here.

Do you dare to hit the waves? Go surfing in Munich!

The rivers that run through Munich’s English Garden boast not one but three waves that can be ridden in the middle of the city. The best known is the Eisbach wave, right next to Haus der Kunst art museum. Another can be found at the Dianabadschwelle, a little further downstream. Allow yourself to be whisked away to Asia in another of Munich’s green oases: Westpark. The park’s Chinese garden was built in 1983 for the International Horticulture Show and impresses with its authentic Asian structures such as an open pavilion. And despite looking to rent an apartment in Munich, you could just as well be in New York or London in the Werksviertel! This Munich hotspot is abounding with creativity, life and urban architecture. People work, live, enjoy culture and play sports alongside one another in this relatively small district. One of the area’s highlights is the Umadum big wheel. Turning at a speed of less than one kilometre per hour, a standard ride in the world’s largest transportable big wheel lasts around 30 minutes – and includes amazing views over Munich!