Au-Haidhausen, Munich.
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Directly across from Altstadt (Old Town) and the City Center, Au-Haidhausen’s high banks along the River Isar made it a popular location for brewers during the 1800s, enabling them easy access to a natural water source while still having room to dig in a big cellar for their gloriously sudsy product.

Largely destroyed during World War II, the area is primarily residential, although Paulaner (one of Munich’s largest breweries) still operates here as it has for the last 300+ years, and the annual Bock-tapping that occurs in its cellar during Lent always attracts big crowds.

Apart from that, the biggest draw for young revelers to AH is undoubtedly Muffatwerk, a versatile music venue, club, and beer garden trifecta that routinely draws as many internationally acclaimed artists as it does rowdy stein-seekers.

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