My partner and I are leasing out a room in our apartment over the course of Oktoberfest. The apartment is clean, quiet and (most importantly) close to both the city centre and the Wies'n
The apartment is small, but comfortable and has everything you could want. Please help yourself to coffee, tea, bread and cereal in the mornings.
Accès des voyageurs
We'll give you a key, so you can come and go as you please. You obviously have access to the kitchen, bathroom and Wifi.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We will obviously be there in the morning and evenings - and at work during the week - but are really happy to give you tips about where to go and what to do while you're in Munich. We've been living here for a couple of years now, so have been able to uncover quite a few hidden delights in-and-around town.
Unfortunately, this is in no way a party house, so please don't bring the festival back with you. The single most important thing to remember is to be quiet once you get inside - especially in the stairwell!!
Smoking is also not permitted (but thankfully, I'm only two floors up).
Aside from that, the 'usual' rules apply.
I am an art historian from Melbourne, Australia who now lives in Munich, Germany. I tend to spend a lot of time travelling for research (it's got to be one of the best jobs in the world) and have found AirBnB to be so much more enjoyable than lifeless hotel rooms - I've already met a ton of interesting people and am always keen to hear about new cities from people who actually live there (as opposed to what the guidebooks say).