What's on in Munich
Celebrate the 202nd year anniversary of the world's largest and most spectacular beer and fun festival. The festivities take place in vast marquees hosted by various Munich breweries, each s...
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Welcome to Munich - Bavaria's beautiful capital! This lively German city has a superb tourism scene - brimming with exciting attractions, cultural delights, glorious historical architecture, great shopping opportunities and tranquil parks, Munich really does have something for everyone.
Munich is a cosmopolitan city that retains its traditional charm of a provincial town and cultural wealth whilst exuding a warm Mediterranean flair. There are fascinating museums and sights. With its imposing dome-topped towers, the 'Frauenkirche' is Munich's most famous landmark. Relax in one of the many beer gardens, enjoy tasty Bavarian specialities and, of course, no visit would be complete without a 'Maß' of beer!
There is a wide range of accommodation available in Munich, from hotels to apartments and hostels. Alongside regular flights to the city from many major airports, Munich is an extremaly accessible location with many tours and packages to keep tourists entertained.
For more information and to book, please visit the Munich City Break page
Fashionistas looking for exclusive designer boutiques should head for Maximilianstrasse, Theatinerstrasse and Briennerstrasse. For high street shops and department stores try the pedestrian area between Marienplatz and Karlsplatz Stachus.
Smaller alternative boutiques and trendier street clothes can be found in Munich's Gärtnerplatz district, and in Schwabing, Munich's Bohemian and student quarter.
Opening times (larger shops, department stores, supermarkets):
Mon-Sat 09:00 - 20:00
There are a huge number of restaurants, bars and pubs in Munich and visitors will find something for every price range and taste. But no visitor to Munich should miss out on trying some of the typical local cuisine!
Situated underneath the historic Rathaus, this vast restaurant offers one of the most atmospheric surroundings in Munich.
A very popular local restaurant serving creative Bavarian food in authentic settings.
One of the finer ways to sample Bavaria's best brews and tasty local delicacies are the many beer halls and beer gardens all over the city, i.e.:
A popular beer garden located around the famous Chinese Tower in the centre of the English Garden. Brass bands play on Sundays.
In walking distance of Munich's main station, this giant leafy beer garden is buzzing with life and good cheer.
This square in the city centre is the heart and soul of Munich's Old Town with the neo-gothic Town Hall and starting point of Munich's pedestrian zone.
At the square's south end looms the impressive Field Marshals' Hall Monument, at the west side is the beautiful Theatiner Church and at the east side of Odeonsplatz a gate leads the way to the Royal Gardens.
One of the largest city parks in Europe and the perfect place for strolling, paddle-boating and enjoying the Bavarian beer in the park's popular beer gardens.
Just around the corner from Marienplatz and the Town Hall, you will find one of Europe's finest food markets. In summer, the entire place is transformed into a beer garden.
A baroque palace surrounded by a vast, beautiful park area in the north-western part of Munich.