The Falckenberg Ensemble is a one-of-a-kind location – in the heart of the historic centre – surrounded by art and culture – with the English Garden and the Isar so close by.
The absolute centre of the city, with Marienplatz, Frauenkirche and the City Hall as well as all underground and local rail connections, is within walking distance.
Germany’s largest city palace with all its museums and reception halls as well as the magnificent “Hofgarten” (Court Garden) characterise the regal image of the quarter.
World-famous cultural institutions can be found in the immediate vicinity of the Falckenberg Ensemble: the “Staatsoper” (State Opera), the “Residenztheater” (Residence Theatre) with its multiple stages, the Munich “Kammerspiele” theatre company and a large number of museums.
Munich’s green lung – the English Garden – provides close to 400 hectares of park landscapes and recreational areas. Likewise, with the renaturalised course of the Isar, the banks of the river are just around the corner and are an invitation to come for a stroll.
Nowhere else does Munich offer a greater culinary selection than in Graggenau. More than 70 restaurants, two of which with two Michelin stars respectively, and the best bars in the city boast a unique range of food and beverages.
The world-famous Viktualienmarkt is located directly adjacent to Graggenau and offers a fantastic selection of takeaways and small restaurants in addition to many fruit and vegetable market stalls, as well as cheese shops, butcher shops and bakeries with tasty treats.
Maximilianstraße – the elegant backbone of Graggenau is the showroom for all international luxury brands, which mutually outdo one another with their flagship stores. At the same time, Graggenau is home to well-known companies of long standing such as Dallmayr, Hemmerle and Böhmler.