The Munich Olympic Tower is a landmark of the city and is an integral part of the cityscape. The Olympic Tower is located in the Olympic Park between the Olympic shopping center and Olympic indoor swimming pool. Since 1964, the Olympic Tower is also a television tower for the Bavarian capital. The Olympic Tower has established itself as popular destination for tourists as a lookout. In 185 meters is a viewing platform offering a unique view of the Olympic Park and the City of Munich (Munich Olympic tower height is 293 meters total since 2005). On the same floor is also the rock museum in Munich. The collection displays exhibits from renowned rock stars such as Pink Floyd and Jimi Hendrix.
Olympic Tower Munich Restaurant - gourmet foods in 181 meters
The most popular attraction of the Olympic Tower is probably the revolving Restaurant 181, opened in 2006. At the highest point of Munich culinary delights are served here with a unique panoramic view over the Bavarian capital. In gourmet circles the Restaurant 181 is also known for celebrity chef Otto Koch, who helped the revolving restaurant to its first Michelin star. The Economy- Three -course menu is served every lunchtime as well as in the evening between 6pm and 8pm clock for 36.00 euros. If that's not enough, you can still increase by up to two class. From 8.30pm conjures celebrity chef Otto Koch, among other things, a four-course menu for 49.50 euros. Spread over a total of nine courses, the first calss is served. With creations such as "white sausages seafood" or "lobster tails with black truffles" real treat. The first menu is available at a price of 145 euros.
Miss Munchen recommends
The Olympic Tower Restaurant 181 is ideal for business lunches in Munich. Not quite cheap but a real experience for customers. The Olympic Tower platform rotates continuously and you have a great view of the sights in Munich such as the Allianz Arena, Frauenkirche, the Olympic Stadium and the BMW World and the BMW Museum.
Close to the Olympic Tower
Olympiaturm, Spiridon-Louis-Ring 27, 80809 München
Directions to the Olympic Tower
Underground: U3, Direction Moosach. Stop Olympiazentrum.
Tram: No. 20, 21 to Olympiapark West (oympic park west)
Bus: No 173 to Olympiazentrum
Car: There are a lot of parking space at the olympic area