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The greatest winter activities in and around Munich

Winter. Some love it, others less. But for people who really despise the cold weather as well as snow enthusiasts there are enough possibilities to enjoy the cold days. We show you the best winter activities in and around Munich.

Snow, Ice and fresh Air

For some the winter is truly beautiful. Because with clear, pleasant air and nice weather nature invites you to enjoy. Besides athletic classics like ice-skating, sleighing and tobogganing, you can also make dreamlike walks in Munich. Whether you would like to go further out, like to the Starnberger Lake, or stay near to TIMEHOUSE by a walk in the English Garden – for active winter athletes as well as for rather calm minded people, the beautiful snowscape invites to various activites.

Sightseeing in winter

Many sights are not only worth a visit in summer. Because when Munich is covered under a white veil, many places get a special charm, for example, the Nymphenburg Palace or the Hofgarten.

Escape back into the heat

At cold temperatures, many people are drawn back to the cosy warmth. But also for the warmth lovers among us there are numerous ideas for excursions. It could be an educational trip through the German Museum, an exploration of the plant world in the Botanical Garden or an excursion with Caribbean feeling to the Therme Erding – you can always find something enjoyable to do in the cold season.

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For the best comfort: the laundry service Fleischmann

The TIMEHOUSE attaches great importance to provide its guests with the most pleasant stay, particularly with its beds. So adapted to the high standards of the TIMEHOUSE, the Fleischmann laundry was choosen as a partner as they offer a concept perfectly tailored to our needs.

Behind the scenes

A look behind the scenes of the laundry shows the exclusive service of the family business. For example, each duvet cover is put by hand in the big ironer. Besides that the sustainable processes in the laundry are also convincing. With a weekly consumption of 600,000 litres of water, the Fleischmann laundry relys on modern recovery systems and use only biodegradable detergents.

Ecological textiles

The TIMEHOUSE quality bed linen consists of long-fibre, mercerized and sustainable cotton, which ensures a pleasant wearing comfort on the skin and active support during the resting phase. For ecological sustainability, both insect protection and genetic manipulation are dispensed within the cultivation of cotton plants.

The laundry as a central contact on site creates a maximum of customer satisfaction with innovative and flexible laundry concept. Because everything from cleaning to logistics comes from a single source.

 

 

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Ready Steady Go! Ski areas near munich

Whether you are a beginner or an advanced skier, a pleasure skier or a sports enthusiast, near Munich there are many possibilities to enjoy the popular winter sport. Skiing yes – but long car journey no? We show you the most popular ski areas around Munich. And all of them are near the TIMEHOUSE for a short stop-over.

Christlum – the Ski paradise in the Tiroler mountains

The nearby Christlum ski area is a perfect destination for families in particular. There you will find, among other things, a children’s world, a family downhill run for a shared experience and a fun park for those who want to prove their skills. Plus point: The ski area can be reached without a vignette and there is also a parking guarantee.

Skiworld Wilder Kaiser – Brixental

The ski resort in Söll is one of the largest and most modern ski resorts in the world and is only an hour and a half by car from Munich. With over 284 slopes and 21 downhill runs, there is something for beginners and professionals alike – and if you need a little more, you can show off your tricks on one of the adventure pistes or fun parks. There are 77 family-run huts and cafes to choose from, for a short or longer break in between.

Skiregion Brauneck

It is one of the most popular ski resorts in Bavaria. With 34 kilometres of slopes ranging from easy and medium downhill runs to the demanding World Cup downhill run and the mogul slopes on the upper Garland, everyone will find their favourite route. The numerous beautiful alpine huts and inns also lend the ski area its bavarian, rustic charm. The car ride from Munich takes about one hour and the parking slots and the shuttle busses are free of charge.

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