Discover the best places and sights in Munich
Munich at its best.
If you do not just want to visit not only sights but want to live Munich like its inhabitants, you must come in summer. The city blooms with its green areas, cafés and gardens in the summertime. People pour into the streets and life moves outside. Yet Munich never loses the charm that is so special to this city, this relaxed feeling that has earned it the name "Italy's northernmost city". All restaurants and cafes put their tables on the street and give the cityscape a great holiday atmosphere.
As highlights we can recommend: a 3 hour bike tour through Munich, a tour with the Hop-On/Hop-Off Bus or a visit to the Allianz-Arena, the home of the FC. Bayern Munich. If you want to be more comfortale, join the Segway Tour. Also fun: a guided tour to the most famious beer halls and breweries in Munich.
Places and Parks
Munich has something for everyone! Ideal starting point for exploring Munich is, for example, the Marienplatz. After a cappuccino take a stroll to Viktualienmarkt. Enjoy a few exotic fruits or even the first liter of beer in the beer garden next to the Odeonsplatz and across the Hofgarten to the English Garden...
Castles & Churches
Very centrally located: the largest city palace in Europe, the residence. Although the Nymphenburg Palace, the birthplace of King Ludwig II; is not as central, but no problem with public transport. The magnificent castle with its spacious park one should have definitely seen, a must in Munich! Munich also offers a variety of churches and monasteries. The top 3 are the Frauenkirche, the landmark of Munich, the Theatinerkirche at Odeonsplatz and the Asam Church in Sendlingerstraße.
Olympic Area & World of BMW
At the Olympic Park, with its fantastic architecture, one experiences recent history first hand. And right next to it: the BMW Tower, BMW Museum and BMW World ... and after Papa could marvel at the latest BMW models, right to Sea-Life!
Munich Beer Gardens
Beer garden in Munich. A Bavarian way of life.
The Tradtion the beer gardens originated from a decree of the Bavarian king around the year 1812. This granted the brewers a special serving law. The brewers were now allowed to pour beer without the before needed permission. From this period, the right to bring one's own food dates back. This tradition is still valid to this day in traditional beer gardens.
You should definitely enjoy bavarian specialties in Munich: Weißwurscht with pretzels before 12.00 clock. A big pretzel with Obazda at noon (Camembert with crushed red pepper, onions and all sorts of secret ingredients) and a bunch of radishes. And then in the evening for a glass of beer and hearty roast pork! Bon Appetit!
Music & Theatre
Classic music in Munich!
Munich offers high quality for fans of classical music. Whether the Munich Symphony Orchestra in Gasteig or the Munich State Opera in the National Theatre. Enjoy a performance there!
Shopping in Munich
The main shopping street of Munich from Stachus to Marienplatz, Kaufingerstr. Hofstatt, Munich's new hotspot for international fashion and lifestyle labels. Ludwig Beck at Marienplatz, a Munich original. Maximilianstraße, the splendid boulevard in Munich. Fünf Höfe, bringing the flair of shopping malls of cities such as London, Paris or New York to Bavarian capital. Gaertnerplatz - trendy fashion boutiques for hipsters & co