Location of the Perlach district in Munich
Photos of the surroundings in Perlach

Living in Perlach


Apartments for rent and for sale


The name of the district Perlach is derived from the word peralohc (pera= boar, loh= forest). Before the establishment of the independent community in 1818, Perlach was divided among various Lords.


To the center (Marienplatz) To the central station To the airport
7,6 km 9,3 km 39,1 km

Rental offers in Munich-Perlach

1-room apartment with excellent traffic connection 1-room Apartment Perlach rented Details
New building 2019 - Beautiful, bright 3-room apartment in Neuperlach-Süd 3-room Apartment Perlach rented Details
Lovely attic apartment in Perlach 3-room Apartment Perlach rented Details
Like new 2-room apartment in Perlach 2-room Apartment Perlach rented Details
Beautifully furnished apartment in Perlach 2-room Apartment Perlach rented Details
Newly renovated 3-room apartment with south balcony for rent 3-room Apartment Perlach rented Details
Pretty 3-room apartment in new building 2018 3-room Apartment Perlach rented Details
Beautifully furnished apartment in Perlach 2-room Apartment Perlach rented Details
New, modernly furnished apartment near Ostpark 2-room Apartment Perlach rented Details
Nicely furnished apartment in Perlach 2.5-room Apartment Perlach rented Details

Offers for sale in Munich-Perlach

Perlach: Bright apartment with panoramic view 1-Rooms Apartment Perlach sold Show details
Perlach: Beautiful 1-room apartment with sunny perspectives 1-Rooms Apartment Perlach sold Show details
Perlach: 2 room apartment with 60 m² plus balcony - with an ideal
layout 2-Rooms Apartment Perlach sold Show details
Perlach: Well-cut 3-room apartment with south-facing balcony 3-Rooms Apartment Perlach sold Show details
Neuperlach Süd: Generous 4.5-room apartment with garden 4-Rooms Apartment Perlach sold Show details

The baroque parish church of St. Michael marks the old village center, which has largely retained its original character. There is also no lack of green spaces: in the south of Perlach there is the Hachinger Tal Landscape Park, and in the southwest the Perlacher Forst, a large piece of forest that offers numerous exciting hiking and walking routes. The Ostpark, established in 1969, is also a beautiful recreation area. To the north is the Michaelibad, Munich's largest public pool. Shopping-lovers particularly enjoy the proximity to the Perlach shopping center PEP. The station Neuperlach Zentrum of the U5 connects the district to the public transport network, while the station of the S7 and U5 Neuperlach Süd also provides a fast and uncomplicated connection to suburbs further away.

Nowadays the district is combined with the adjacent Ramersdorf as the 16th district and offers a wide range of furnished apartments. Similar offers are also available in the bordering districts of Ramersdorf, Neuperlach and Giesing.

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


Photo galleries

6
Ostpark
19
Ramersdorf
11
Neuperlach

Shopping

Many shops, shopping mall "PEP"

Gastronomy

Several restaurants and cafés

Leisure

Theater, sports grounds, park


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