Classic outside, top modern inside: Here you reside in an extraordinary location that exudes a unique atmosphere. The Palace at the Opera, built in the middle of the 18th century, is still on the list of monuments of the state capital of Bavaria.
The central location of the Palace at the Opera in Munich makes it easy to reach and convenient to get to. Both by public transport and by car. The location is directly connected to the Altstadtring via Maximilianstraße.
The Palace at the Opera is located in the centre of Munich. The former residence post office in Munich is one of the most beautiful buildings in the Bavarian capital and can look back on a long history. The historic building with a modern interior captivates with its outstanding location directly on Max-Joseph-Platz, in the triangle between Opera, Maximilian- and Residenzstraße.
In the Palace at the Opera CONTORA Office Solutions offers you the following office solutions:
The historical surroundings of the Palais an der Oper, one of Munich's most outstanding properties, reinforce the special working atmosphere. Our offices are equipped with unique furniture, state-of-the-art conference technology and harmoniously coordinated accessories. Moreover, with CONTORA Office Solutions you can rent a virtual office, enjoy a professional office service and rely on highly trained staff.
Its central location makes the Palace at the Opera an important hub in the heart of Munich. The historic building is excellently connected to the traffic network and captivates with mighty stone columns, archways and cornices.
In addition, the Palace at the Opera is located in the middle of life and in the most beautiful square of Munich in good neighbourhood. Designer boutiques, elegant restaurants and magnificent buildings attract numerous visitors every day.
Thus an office from CONTORA Office Solutions offers you unique opportunities for your business through this renowned location. Here you will experience the advantages of a prestigious business address and will be able to present yourself confidently to guests and business partners alike.
The Bavarian State Opera is located directly opposite the Palace. Since the 17th century, the National Theatre has enchanted thousands of visitors from all over the world with magnificent opera performances.
Even Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart once composed a commissioned opera for the Munich House. One of the cultural highlights of the city are the opera festivals that take place here every summer.
The German Museum fascinates about 1.5 million visitors annually with its extensive world around natural science and technology. Questions about the solar system, the human senses, genetic engineering and scientific experiments are vividly presented and invite visitors to participate.
The huge museum can be reached on foot in about eight minutes. It captivates with valuable treasures, which explain our life more near.
The English Garden is not only of high artistic quality, but also of great social and historical importance for the further development of public urban greenery.
Its generous expanse invites you to take a stroll in the green. The English Garden extends over the Court and Finance Gardens, over the Odeonsplatz to the north of the city. A constant interplay between light and shade as well as different park architectures and landscape elements make the city green a prime example of classical landscape gardens.
The Hofgarten, Marienplatz and Viktualienmarkt are also very close to the Palace at the Opera.