Location of the Au-Giesing district in Munich
Fotos of the sights in Au-Giesing

Living in Au-Giesing

Apartments for rent and for sale

This former working-class area alongside the river Isar gets its charm from the many offset turn-of-the-century buildings and is especially popular with young people. Due to the quiet setting and its proximity to the city center and the idyllic banks of the river Isar, the quarter is also a perfect residential area.

To the center (Marienplatz) To the central station To the airport
1,8 km 3,8 km 38,6 km
For rent: Beautiful attic apartment in Au-Giesing 2.5-room Apartment Au-Giesing rented Details
Beautifully furnished apartment in Au-Giesing 4-room Apartment Au-Giesing rented Details
Exclusively furnished maisnotte apartment for rent 2-room Apartment Au-Giesing rented Details
Beautiful, cozy 4-room apartment with garden 4-room Apartment Au-Giesing rented Details
Au-Haidhausen: 2-room apartment near Reichenbachbrücke 2-Rooms Apartment Au sold Show details
Haidhausen: Vacant 1.5-room apartment overlooking the quiet, green inner courtyard 1-Rooms Apartment Au sold Show details
Au: Bright 1.5-room apartment near the Isar river 1-Rooms Apartment Au sold Show details
Haidhausen/Bogenhausen: Beautiful 3-room apartment with park view 3-Rooms Apartment Au sold Show details
Haidhausen: 2 in 1 - furnished 2- and 3-room apartment 5-Rooms Apartment Au sold Show details
Bogenhausen/ Haidhausen: Charming 2.5-room apartment with south-facing balcony 2-Rooms Apartment Au sold Show details
Au-Haidhausen: Generous 3-room apartment above the Mariahilfplatz 3-Rooms Apartment Au sold Show details
Au: 1-room apartment by the Auer Mühlbach stream 1-Rooms Apartment Au sold Show details
Lovely furnished apartment with balcony at „Prinzregententheater“ 1-Rooms Apartment Au sold Show details
Bogenhausen/Haidhausen – generous 2.5-room apartment in good area 2-Rooms Apartment Au sold Show details

As the name suggests, Au-Giesing is located between the historic districts of Au and Giesing, both of which are located on the eastern bank of the Isar. Mariahilfkirche, a beautiful neo-Gothic building, is a major attraction and also marks the historic center of the quarter. Moving from there towards the river Isar, you will reach the Frühlingsanlagen, a picturesque recreation area on the banks of the Isar. There you can find, among other things, the Schyrenbad, a public outdoor pool with ample sunbathing areas that attracts many visitors in the summer. Right next to it lie larger sports facilities as well as walking- and biking trails along the Isar that are perfect for going on walks or jogging. Moving east from Mariahilfplatz, you will reach the heart of the quarter and the Nockherberg. This is where every spring the Paulaner brewery serves as the venue for the "Starkbieranstich", an event that is surpassed in popularity only by the Oktoberfest. The main U-Bahn station for this quarter is Kolumbusplatz: The lines U1 and U2 provide a fast and easy connection to the city center and Munich's outskirts.

Other popular districts for accommodations in similar locations are Giesing, Sendling and Haidhausen.

Photo galleries



Many small shops


Many small and cozy cafés, bars, and restaurants


The "Deutsches Museum", theater, movie theaters, open air pool - special attractions include the triannual "Auer Dult", a fair in the church yard of the Mariahilfkirche, and the double beer tapping on the Nockherberg

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