Top Furnished Apartments in Munich Curated By FARAWAYHOME
Here you’ll find the very best selection of furnished apartments in Munich, Germany. Munich is Germany’s third-largest city and very-business friendly. You’ll enjoy feeling immersed in this great city with a furnished apartment. All of FARAWAYHOME’s apartments include high-quality and stylish furnishings and are located in the very best districts in Munich. Our fully furnished Munich apartments and flats are ideal arrangements for expats, executives and professionals, diplomats, or families. Every apartment available via FARAWAYHOME is fully verified, allowing you to rent with confidence.
Ready for Immediate Move In - Full Accommodations
Our furnished Munich apartments are immediately ready for occupancy, with no work or hassle required. Simply select one of our carefully sourced accommodations with every kind of furnishing you may need: stylish and comfortable furniture, quality dishware- ideal for personal use or entertaining, soft linens and towels, and tasteful decor that gives your new apartment a very pleasant feel. An extended stay for business or a permanent relocation to Munich is simple and easy with our fully furnished apartment options you only need to bring your suitcase!
All of FARAWAYHOME’s furnished apartments also come with modern essentials like fast wifi, televisions, premium cooking appliances, washing and drying machines, and coffee makers.
Whether for your personal enjoyment or entertaining, you will not be disappointed!
Furnished Apartments In The Best Munich Districts
A furnished apartment will ensure you are able to thoroughly enjoy the delightful cultural offerings of Munich. FARAWAYHOME has apartment options in all the best districts, find the district that best tat suits your preferences. These districts are both popular and convenient to major business or government centers. We make it easy to find an apartment close to work, entertainment, parks, bars, museums, historic landmarks, or other cultural attractions in Munich.
The Maxvorstadt district is often called the museum quarter. This district is the cultural heart of Munich with abundant universities and museums, including three Pinakothek art museums. During the warmer months,there are often concerts and outdoor movies at the beautiful Königsplatz park.
The Schwabing district is a very trendy and artist district with a wide range of bars, well-known eateries and charming independent boutiques. Schwabing also contains the famous sprawling Englische Garten, a large park at the center of Munich. You can even surf in the Englischer Garten, near Haus der Kunst! The Eisbach creates a standing wave and attracts many visitors and surfers.
The Haidhausen district is famous for its renowned classical music offerings, home of the famous Strauss Conservatory and the Philharmonic. It is also the center of fun, containing Kultfabrik and Ostbahnhof. The Kultfabrik has many entertainment options, ranging from bars, clubs, skate parks, cinemas, games halls, climbing walls, and more.The Haidhausen district contains Paulaner Brauerei, the largest breweries in Munich.
The Glockenbach district has a delightful mix of everything- riverside walks, proximity to the city center, ample bars and clubs, delightful cafes and bistros, and picturesque streets and parks, including the popular sunny park Café Sax. This district has many beautiful, luxurious apartment buildings as well.
The Neuhausen district has many beautiful tree-lined streets and spacious apartments, making it particularly family-friendly and peaceful. Your family won’t lack of activities, with many great restaurants, quirky coffee shops, and the Olympic Park which hosts concerts and events. This district also includes the impressive baroque Nymphenburg Palace and a Botanical Garden. Hirschgarten park has a large beer garden for some adults-only fun as well!
The Altstadt district is Munich’s charming historic old town, with many medieval squares, picturesque cobbled streets and sprawling pedestrianized zones. Altstadt is also home to many famous landmarks in Munich. Housing in this district will have plenty of old world charm. The circular-shaped district is on the small side, but it is filled to the bring with shops, theatres, museums, historical sites, churches and beer gardens. An estimated 300,000 visitors pass through a day!
Find the Right Furnished Apartment To Fit Your Needs and Situation
Find the right lease option for your situation - FARAWAYHOME offers furnished apartments with short-term, long-term, and traditional leases. Short-term leases are most ideal for someone with extended business collaborations or a trip lasting longer than a week. Long-term leases are ideal for individuals with an ongoing business or government partnership- it will always be available to visiting executives or can host whoever your company has assigned to the local office. Diplomats should select the appropriate lease duration based on the length their deployment.
FARAWAYHOME’s listings include apartments for every situation- from impressive luxury furnished apartments in the best Munich districts to distinguished corporate apartments for diplomats or executives and their families. FARAWAYHOME’s convenient serviced apartment will make an extended stay for business dealings stress-free and enjoyable.
The Process for Renting A Corporate Apartment In Munich
Step One: Once you have selected the right furnished apartment for you, you’ll need to be approved by the apartment’s owner. To apply, submit copies of your 3 previous income statements, your ID or passport, and a Schufa Auskunft” or a letter from your current or most recent landlord.
Step Two: Once approved, you will receive a rental agreement from the owner. This will likely be a legal document, in German. You may enlist the assistance of FARAWAYHOME to translate or you can secure your own translator or German lawyer.
Step Three: Once you and the apartment owen sign the agreement, you’ll need to wire the first month rent and a deposit equal to 2 months rent. Note that German law prohibits any apartment owner or landlord from asking for more than the value of 3 months rent up front.
Step Four: Just before you move into the apartment, the apartment owner give you a hand-over protocol that details the precise address of the apartment, the floor the apartment is located on, the square footage of the apartment, the number of keys you will receive, and the name of the person who will be on-site, handing over the apartment to you. When you arrive, take descriptive notes about the apartment’s current condition as well as the art, furnishing, windows, walls, counters, and other features of the apartment. Take photos as well. The apartment owner or landlord should provide you with a "Wohnungsgeberbestätigung", a confirmation of their agreement to rent you their apartment.
Step Five: After moving in, register at the citizen’s office of the City within 2 weeks. To do this, you’ll need your ID Card / Passport, the rental agreement and the "Wohnungsgeberbestätigung" (confirmation of the rental arrangement). Finally, secure a residence permit (“Aufenthaltstitel”) that permits you to stay longer than 3 months in Germany.