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With Munich as home to several major corporations, international authorities and national universities, it’s no wonder that apartments for rent in Munich are always in high demand. A top-ranked destination for long-term stays and expatriate re-location, the buoyant rental market features flats for rent in every major district. Working professionals and long-term globetrotters alike use Nestpick to find rooms for rent in Munich neighbourhoods. With the widest selection of properties, Nestpick can help you find the best bargains on rooms, flats and apartments for rent in Munich.
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For many people, moving to Munich is an exciting prospect: Germany’s third largest city is nestled at the foot of the Alps and is renown for its quality of life, and culture. No doubt because of this, Munich apartments for long term rent are in high demand. But never fear - Nestpick has a huge selection of Munich apartments for instant booking and from which you can choose. Whether you are looking for student accommodation in Munich or a furnished apartment to match your new job, you will find the perfect home for you on Nestpick.
Home to the famed Englischer Garten (the “English Garden”), a 910 acre public urban park, Schwabing-West is Munich’s most exclusive neighbourhood. Chic and bohemia, Schwabing-West takes living in Munich to the next level. Apartments for long term rent here are surrounded by a mix of upscale beer gardens such as the Aumeister and the Seehaus, where you can linger over a beer or town and enjoy local Bavarian cuisine on the banks of a lake. Because of its artistic flavour, Schwabing-West is still very popular amongst students and tourists who enjoy trickling down from the universities to debate over drinks. In fact, student accommodation in Munich is especially popular in the north of Schwabing as its housing area is nicknamed "Studentenstadt" or "student city”.
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This district in Munich houses the main headquarters of two of the largest universities, Ludwigs-Maximilians-Universität and the Technical University of Munich. Located just north of the city centre, quite a few of its properties still feature 19th century classical details in its architecture. It is also the intellectual hub of Munich, because of the concentration of national artistic and educational institutions (libraries and museums) and a high influx of students during the academic year.
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Ludwigsvorstadt is a vibrant residential area with a multitude of international diners, casinos, and the Munich Central Station (Hauptbahnhof). If you’re looking at apartments for rent in Munich, this is a good choice, as even in a city whose population is at least a third international in origin, this neighbourhood stands out, hosting residents from over 150 countries. Ludwigsvorstadt has a number of streets with a distinctly Middle Eastern feel, and in Schwanthalerstraße, residents love to frequent Verdi, a major Turkish supermarket. Theresienwiese, the site of the annual Oktoberfest, the world’s largest beer festival, is also located in Ludwigsvorstadt. For those who like to explore, the district is bounded on the eastern edge by the Isar River, where there are paved and flat paths for biking and walking along its bank.
Munich’s city centre is well-laid out, spacious and well-planned, so it is no surprise that furnished apartments for rent here are highly sought after by expats and working professionals. Properties often accept long term renters as well as short term guests and are usually self-contained units and suites. If you’re looking within this district, make sure to find a flat for rent with a good view - the city comes alive in the evening, with lots of traditional cafes, restaurants, international luxury shops and an arts cinema featuring original films. Innenstadt is also home to Munich’s newest shopping centre, the ‘Fünf Höfe’, also called Five Courts. Everything is easily accessible on foot. If shopping centres don’t pique your interest and you prefer smaller, one-off shops, be sure to visit ‘Arkaden’, an roofed alley dedicated to boutique retailers.
Munich has a reputation for being one of the most expensive cities in Europe for rent, and this can certainly be unnerving if you’re unsure where to look. Whilst areas like Bogenhausen, Haidhausen, Maxvorstadt, Neuhausen and Schwabing are all extremely desirable for international expats and students, rents are so astronomically high that the residents of these neighbourhoods are largely consisted of high-income earners and yuppies, known locally as schicki-mickis.
However, there’s no need to be disheartened, as it’s still possible to enjoy living in this majestic city without paying extortionate prices. To save you some time and trouble, we’ve picked out five areas which offer affordable apartments but don’t compromise in character.
Au-Haidhausen is trendy area that’s a hit with the younger crowds. The buildings here have rural character even though it’s close to city centre, and local pub culture is huge - Weisenburger Platz and Pariser Platz are some of the liveliest hotspots in Munich. If you enjoy an active lifestyle, Au-Haidhausen has lots of green spaces as well as fabulous jogging, cycling and strolling routes along the Isar river. Whilst affordable apartments are available here, don’t pin all your hopes on this area as the market is highly competitive.
The north-central area of Maxvorstadt is the cultural and intellectual centre of Munich, and is replete with hip coffee shops, vintage boutiques and a large share of the city’s best museums. With access to local amenities like shops, bars, nightclubs and sports centres, Maxvorstadt has all you need right on your downstep. The fantastic U-Bahn connections here also make it easy to get around the city, meaning you’ll have little need for a car. Although larger apartments in this area can be quite pricey (a 70 square meter apartment costs around €1,150), there are plenty of smaller apartments that represent great value for the area you’ll be living in.
The traditionally working-class district of Giesing is a fantastic option for those looking to move to Munich on something of a budget. This cosmopolitan neighbourhood is home to several immigrant communities, giving the place a vibrant, colourful character and making it easy to integrate as an expat. Although there’s not much in the way of nightlife, Giesing contains plenty of good restaurants and bars, and transport connections in the area are good. Properties here are generally affordable and more spacious than apartments closer to the city, and the neighbourhood is only 20 minutes from the city centre on public transport.
This area is a very tranquil and relaxing place to live in, and is often preferred by expat families looking for a mid to long-term place to settle in Munich. Thalkirchen abounds with verdant green spaces and is home to several beautiful parks that are ideal for cycling, hiking and picnics. Despite being primarily residential, the area also contains some fantastic beer gardens and restaurants for those well-deserved nights out. Rent is quite affordable and buildings tend to offer more living space than inner city areas.
This leafy suburban area about is 40 minutes away from Munich’s centre, quieter surroundings, main square with shops and restaurants, large student population, generally affordable, spacious and some come with gardens. Pasing is a family-friendly area with lots of schools, meaning it’s a very safe neighbourhood.
Munich is the most expensive city in Germany to rent in, and the average cost of housing is a staggering 42 per cent greater than in the capital Berlin. The average price of 85 square meter furnished apartment in an expensive area of Munich, for example, is €1,814 - a similar rate to that of Amsterdam. The reason rents are so high in Munich is due to the city’s high wages, the high number of major companies in the city and a hugely successful tourism industry, all of which combine to put immense pressure on the real estate market. Compared to northern European cities like Reykjavik, London and Oslo, however, Munich seems relatively cheap.
For a 1-bedroom apartment in Munich, you should expect to pay between €720 and €1,300 in the city centre, and between €600 and €1,000 in the suburbs. Rents in Munich are usually calculated by apartment size, with an average rate of €17.50 per square meter per month. Be sure to consider this when booking your furnished Munich apartment with Nestpick, as well as whether an apartment is located near to desirable features such as shops, U-Bahn stations and green spaces.
The average monthly rent cost for a 2-bedroom apartment in Munich is €1,800 in an expensive area and €1,400 in a cheaper neighbourhood. Whilst these figures are higher than cities like Berlin, it’s still possible to find 2-bedroom apartments for under €1,000 in the suburban districts of the city, with some as cheap as €600 in areas such as Giesing, Laim and Moosach.
A 3-bedroom apartment for rent in Munich will cost between €1,400 and €2,500 in the more expensive central area, and between €1,000 and €1,800 in the cheaper suburbs. Prices vary depending on an apartment’s location, quality and size, so make sure you consider all the variables when searching for a 3-bedroom apartment in Munich.
Munich, Germany’s third largest city and a major European cultural center, is home to 1.5 million people and some of the best universities in Europe, making it a popular destination for students. There is plenty of world-renowned art, music, theater, museums, galleries, parks, cafes, and over 180 biergartens to explore and discover here.
Unlimited use of the efficient and widespread public transportation network -- trains (S-Bahn), subways (U-bahn), trams, and buses -- costs a student around 220 EUR per semester. Transportation operates during all hours, except between 1:00-4:00 AM on weekdays and 2:00-4:00 AM on weekends.
Finding student housing in Munich can be difficult, particularly in the Fall at the beginning of the winter semester (September-November). If possible, avoid this timeframe, as the student housing market gets very competitive. Either way, it can take several months to find the right place.
Only around 13% of students in Munich actually live in student dorms (mostly managed by Studentenwerk München). These student residencies have limited space and wait times are generally between one and five semesters. The average monthly rent for a single student dorm in Munich is around 280 EUR.
Thus, the majority of students in Munich live in private rooms, apartments, or flat-shares (also known as “Wohngemeinschafts” or “WG-s”). The average cost per month of such a private living situation is between 400-650 EUR, depending on the location.
When it comes to finding the right student accommodations in Munich, there are a lot of excellent neighborhoods to choose from.
Maxvorstadt is a district directly north of the historic city center that is chock full of student apartments in Munich. There are over 100,000 students living here, in part because there are seven universities located in this region of the city. Because of this, the neighborhood is nicknamed “The Brain of Munich.” The top three here are Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU), Technische Universität München (TUM), and Hochschule München or the Munich University of Applied Sciences.
As one of Europe’s most popular cities for young people, Munich certainly knows how to lay on a summer party.
Beer culture is huge in Munich, and we definitely recommend that you sample a taste of Bavaria at its best in one of the city’s 200 or so beer gardens. Munich is home to the world’s largest beer garden, Hirschgarten, which sits an astonishing 8,000 people and even has an adjoining game reserve with over 30 deer roaming around. Grab yourself a stein of weißbier and let the evening commence!
Aside from beer, another celebrated staple of Bavarian life is its food. Dating back to 1807, the city’s open-air farmers market - Viktualienmarkt - is a famous mainstay of Munich’s summer. This colourful market seems to have a selection of everything; from meat and cheese to bread, pastries, fresh vegetables, and - you’ve guessed it - beer.
If you want to experience Munich to the full, we certainly recommend that you invest in a bike. Doing so will allow you to traverse the banks of the mighty River Isar as well as explore the verdant Englische Garten - a lusciously green public park that is larger than Central Park in New York. This oasis in the heart of Munich is a veritable jogger’s paradise, and also offers ample opportunity for picturesque summer picnics and barbecues.
Finally, to fulfil all your artistic needs, no Munich summer would be complete without a visit to Kulturstrand: a three-month open-air culture platform and meeting place. This kaleidoscopic event is held in a different location every year and combines art, sculpture, music, film and food - truly illuminating the surrounding neighbourhood for the summer months.