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Grüß Gott! Welcome to Munich, the state capital of Bavaria, which, with around 1.4 million inhabitants, is one of the third largest cities in Germany. Many of you have already visited the city or at least plan to visit it in the future. You can find tips for the most beautiful highlights here.
Munich is a city that everyone should visit at least once in a lifetime. Be excited and look forward to a city that is guaranteed to be visited, whether for the first time or as a repeat offender. We promise you will not be disappointed!
Highlights in Munich – Marienplatz, Frauenkirche & Co.
Starting with the unmistakable landmark of the city, the famous Frauenkirche from the 15th century, also called “Cathedral to our Lady in Munich”, to the oldest parish church in Munich, the Church of St. Peter from the 12th century behind Marienplatz. The Peterskirche, also called “Der Alte Peter”, is one of the best viewpoints in the city. If you are free from vertigo, we strongly recommend that you climb the 91-meter-high tower, as it offers a unique view of the Frauenkirche and the old town of Munich. The tower is open every day in both summer and winter.
Munich with its numerous museums, castles, churches and monasteries as well as its parks and gardens attract millions of tourists every year. No wonder, because the state capital has a lot of sights to offer.
If you are already at the Peterskirche, you should also stroll through the popular Marienplatz. This is the center of Munich and offers entertainment all year round. Whether it’s a carillon, a master party or a Christmas market, there’s always something going on at Marienplatz. Here you can go shopping, visit the old and new town hall, admire one or two street artists or just watch the hustle and bustle of Munich from a bar. Here you will quickly notice what constitutes the Munich way of life.
The numerous museums in Munich are also very popular, such as the German Museum, which attracts over 1 million visitors every year. With around 50 subject areas and 30,000 exhibits, it is one of the world’s largest science and technology museums. Another popular museum that focuses on art and cultural history is the Alte Pinakothek on Königsplatz, one of the most important picture galleries in the world. There you can admire European painting from the 14th to the 18th century. Those who prefer to look at works from the late 18th, 19th and 20th centuries should visit the Neue Pinakothek with its around 400 works of European art. The Munich City Museum is also worth a visit. Interesting permanent exhibitions await you there, such as the “Typical Munich” exhibition, which in five historically structured sections with over 400 exhibits illustrates what has been typical of Munich since when and, above all, why. Be curious and look forward to interesting facts and figures on a wide variety of topics. There are also several museums in Munich that are free to visit. These include, for example, the Museum for Casts of Classic Images, the Potato Museum, the Fire Brigade Museum and the Geological Museum. You can also enter the art arcades and the arothek’s exhibition rooms free of charge.
Relaxation in Munich
In addition to the many impressive buildings that await you in Munich, there are also some nice places to relax. A walk on the Isar is particularly popular on beautiful spring days, but also at any other time of the year. The Isar is a river that rises in the Alps and runs through the middle of the city, which invites you to go for a walk, bike or sunbathe on warm days. Many other big cities envy Munich for this near-natural river in the middle of the city, which significantly improves the quality of life of the people of Munich. Whether to relax or for various leisure activities under the open sky, the Isar simply invites you to relax. Once in Munich, we also recommend visiting the English Garden. Just take a stroll across the spacious, idyllic green spaces and treat yourself to a short break, for example in the beautiful beer garden directly at the Chinese Tower. No matter what time of year, the English Garden is always a nice experience and embodies the Munich way of life.
It’s tapped! Who of you doesn’t know these famous words? Because a very special occasion pretty much attracts most visitors to the state capital of Bavaria: the Munich Oktoberfest, or also known as the world-famous Oktoberfest. It is now the largest folk festival in the world and attracts around 6 million visitors to its tents on the infamous Theresienwiese every year. If you want to visit the Oktoberfest, you will surely find the right escort companion here.
The nightlife of Munich – an experience that you should not miss. At Maximiliansplatz, for example, you can choose between five clubs and bars in just one street. Not far from Maximiliansplatz there is the Bayerischer Hof Nightclub, which is really busy even on Sundays when the other clubs are closed. In the Sonnenstrasse and around the Müllerstrasse there are also numerous scene locations as well as clubs and bars for a younger audience. Probably still the most popular Munich cult club is the legendary P1 in Prinzregentenstrasse 1. It is even one of the most famous clubs in Germany and “still the oanser”, says the Munich native. If you don’t want to be far from the train station, you should go from the main station towards the university district, as there are a variety of pubs, restaurants and two lively nightclubs. The absolute highlight for every night owl is the cult factory at night. It is located in the east of the Bavarian capital, directly at the Ostbahnhof, and with its more than 20 locations with several areas offers music for every taste.