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Au-Haidhausen - © Mr. Lodge GmbH

Furnished Apartments in Munich-Au-Haidhausen

Living in Au-Haidhausen

The district combines the two historic districts of Au and Haidhausen and is located on the eastern bank of the Isar. Most of the Au is located on the banks of the Isar itself, and to a lesser extent on the Isarhochufer, while Haidhausen is entirely located on the Isarhochterasse.

To the center (Marienplatz) To the central station To the airport
1,6 km 3,6 km 38,4 km

Apartment Offers in Munich-Au-Haidhausen

Spacious, light-flooded apartment in quiet location 1-room Apartment Au-Haidhausen € 1,450.- Details
Luxury: elegantly furnished apartment in Au-Haidhausen 2-room Apartment Au-Haidhausen € 2,780.- Details
First occupancy - Newly furnished apartment for rent 1-room Apartment Au-Haidhausen € 1,650.- Details
Luxury: elegantly furnished apartment in Au-Haidhausen 2-room Apartment Au-Haidhausen € 2,780.- Details
Haidhausen: lovely historic apartment 2-room Apartment Au-Haidhausen € 1,550.- Details
Sunny and quiet with balcony: Beautiful 2-room apartment with excellent connection to the airport line S8 2-room Apartment Au-Haidhausen € 1,800.- Details
Stylish apartment with south-balcony and parking 1-room Apartment Au-Haidhausen rented Details
Rental apartment near Ostbahnhof 2-room Apartment Au-Haidhausen rented Details
3.5-room apartment in sought-after location 3.5-room Apartment Au-Haidhausen rented Details
Furnished apartment in Au-Haidhausen 2-room Apartment Au-Haidhausen rented Details

From a constructional point of view, the most interesting part of Au-Haidhausen is the French Quarter, which has only quiet traffic and in which numerous corner shops have been preserved. Not far from here, Wiener Platz with its weekly market offers another idyllic haven of peace and quiet and in winter even a picturesque Christmas market.
The central sights of the quarter are the Maximilianeum, which makes a great impression from the other side of the Isar river with its elaborate scenic architecture, and the cultural area around the two large event centres Gasteig and Muffatwerk. A wide range of events take place there, from concerts, events, cinema evenings, to parties, all year round.

This former workers' quarter Au-Haidhausen gains its charm from the many nested old buildings and is especially popular with young people and offers many beautiful objects for long term rental. While it was initially characterised by simple buildings from the post-war years, it became a central redevelopment area of the city from the 1970s onwards, transforming it from a suburb into a suburban district. Beautifully furnished apartments are available here and in the equally central neighboring districts of Altstadt, Bogenhausen and Lehel.

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

The districts of Munich

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