Location of the Hasenbergl district in Munich
Photos of the surroudings near the Hasenbergl district

Living in Hasenbergl

Apartments for rent and for sale

The Hasenbergl owes its name to the Bavarian Kufursts, who used the clay hill for hunting rabbits until the 20th century.

To the center (Marienplatz) To the central station To the airport
13,1 km 12,6 km 31,9 km

Rental offers in Munich-Hasenbergl

Spacious, furnished studio apartment 1-room Apartment Hasenbergl rented View Details
Beautifully furnished townhouse in Hasenbergl 6-room House Hasenbergl rented View Details
3-room attic apartment with high ceilings 3-room Apartment Hasenbergl rented View Details
Nicely furnished apartment in Hasenbergl 2-room Apartment Hasenbergl rented View Details
Charming, like-new souterrain apartment 1.5-room Apartment Hasenbergl rented View Details
Large, furnished 1-room apartment for rent 1-room Apartment Hasenbergl rented View Details

Offers for sale in Munich-Hasenbergl

For loft lovers: 3-room apartment with a far-reaching view over the Olympic Village 3-room Apartment Hasenbergl sold View Details
Lerchenau: 3-room attic apartment with panoramic view over the Olympiadorf 3-room Apartment Hasenbergl sold View Details
Lerchenau: Family-friendly 3.5-room apartment with garden 3-room Apartment Hasenbergl sold View Details

Initially, the district had to struggle with a lack of infrastructure and cultural facilities, but projects such as "Socially Integrative City" have greatly enhanced the district in recent years: for example, the cultural center 2411 was opened, which is home to both a district center and a local shopping center. Nearby are the Feldmochinger See, the Fasaneriesee and the Lerchenauer See, all of which invite you to take long walks and swimming in the summer. The U-Bahn stations Hasenbergl and Dülfestraße (both U2) connect the district with Munich city center and the other districts. Not far from there, at Feldmoching station, the S1 stops, which provides a connection to the surrounding area of Munich and Munich Airport.

The settlement on the Hasenbergl was largely built in the 1960s to alleviate the housing shortage of the post-war period. It consists mainly of block buildings with small apartments and a few terraced houses. Due to the upgrading of the district, Hasenbergl is also becoming increasingly popular with families, as evidenced by the numerous green areas and playgrounds. Similarly attractive apartments are also available in Feldmoching, Am Hart and Lerchenau.

Unfurnished apartments for rent can be found on Immoscout24 (unfortunately only in German language). The Immoscout24 app, is also available in English.

Photo galleries

Feldmochinger See
Lerchenauer See


Several shops


Several restaurants and bars


Tennis center

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