Unlock the magic of Munich

Surrounded by forests and fairytale castles, Germany’s second city is a bustling hub of high-tech research, world-class museums and Gothic architecture. Take a tour beyond Oktoberfest to discover a Munich at once thrivingly modern and steeped in Bavarian history.

Attractions in Munich

This square has been the heart of Munich since 1158.
Munich's most popular local market sells all kinds of Bavarian delicacies.
Dachau Concentration Camp
The first concentration camp to be built in Germany, today Dachau's museum tells of the horrors that took place here.
Englischer Garten
Established in 1789, Munich’s picturesque city park features many surprises - including the opportunity for surfing!
The palatial home of the Bavarian state parliament.
A square named after its iconic former concert hall, and famed for the 1923 Beer Hall Putsch.
At the foot of Zugspitze is the crystal clear lake of Eibsee, with great views of the breathtaking landscape.
A fairytale castle built in the 19th century that served as inspiration for Walt Disney's iconic symbol.
Hohenschwangau Castle
An enchanting 19th century castle set among the mountains of the German-Austrian border.
Allianz Arena
The football stadium that is home to the mighty Bayern Munich.
Olympia Park
A huge site that hosted the 1972 Summer Olympics, today an important venue for cultural events in Munich.
BMW Welt
A petrolhead's paradise, this showcase of the best of BMW is housed in an astonishing building.
Glockenbachviertel Neighbourhood
Known as one of the most vibrant districts it's full of trendy bars and nightlife venues.
Beer Tasting
Learn of Munich's Craft Beer scene, and how its history is intrinsically connected to that of the neighbourhood.
Bavarian delicacies
Taste the best of the authentic Bavarian food.
Neues Rathaus
Overlooking Marienplatz, Munich's New Town Hall is famous for its spectacular glockenspiel.
Schloss Nymphenburg
A beautiful Baroque palace full of fascinating treasures and history, complete with a 200 hectare park.
Lying on the Austrian-German border is Germany's tallest mountain, with a peak of 2962 metres.
Isar River
The picturesque river that cuts through the heart of Munich.
Originally dedicated to the glory of the Bavarian army, this triumphal arch now stands as a monument for peace.
Located near Odeonsplatz, this was the former royal palace of the Bavarian monarchs of the House of Wittelsbach.
Chinese Tower
Located in the Englischer Garten, this delightful tower is host to a restaurant and beer garden.
This church's distinctive twin domes together form the unmistakeable symbol of Munich.
Deutsches Museum
The world's largest museum of 'Masterpieces of Science and Technology.'
A breathtaking lake flanked by mountains, with three islands to explore.


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