Schwabing-West, like all districts of the city, looks back on a lively history. Many of Munich's remaining Art Nouveau and baroque buildings can be found here, just waiting to be discovered. Even if you often have the feeling that you can't see the sky in all its splendour in the big city, I would like to invite you to take a walk through this beautiful district and to raise your eyes and admire the facades that were built here many years ago.
Take your time, turn into the adjacent streets and let yourself drift. Because Schwabing-West not only captivates with its old and art nouveau buildings, but above all with a lively gastronomy scene that was already appreciated by the Schwabing bohemians. But the green lungs are not neglected in Luitpoldpark either, and it also offers a view over Munich that even many Munich residents are not familiar with.
If you are interested in architecture and want to take a relaxing stroll, this is the place to be!
Pack your friends or family and, if you like, a camera, because the district offers some great motifs that are worth shooting! But the walk is also worth it on your own, as you never feel alone in this lively district anyway.
Elisabethplatz is best reached by public transport, as the parking situation is often difficult. From the main station simply take the U2 to Hohenzollernplatz and walk along Tengstraße and Bauerstraße to Elisabthplatz, or take tram line 27/28 from Karlsplatz (Stachus) directly to Elisabethplatz.
If you arrive by car, we recommend the PARK ONE underground car park of the Amilienpassage at Türkenstraße 84, which is about 10 minutes' walk from Elisabethplatz via Blütenstraße and Nordendstraße.