Munich - your travel destination in the south of Germany
The capital of the Free State of Bavaria is the third largest municipality in Germany and the cultural as well as economic center in the south of the Federal Republic. Munich has about 1.5 million inhabitants.
Munich's urban history dates back to 1158 - after 1255 the city became a Bavarian ducal seat and later also a royal and imperial residence. Munich has retained much of its historic charm, yet has managed to transform itself into a modern metropolis with a cosmopolitan flair.
In the heart of the city you will discover numerous sights such as the Museum Island, the world-famous Maximilianstraße, the new Pinakothek or the New City Hall at Marienplatz. In the city center of Munich you will also find great and exclusive hotels as well as charming accommodations for your stay in the Bavarian capital.
Munich is always worth a visit, but especially during the 5th season - the Munich Oktoberfest! The world's largest folk festival attracts with traditional beers, delicious "Schmankerln" and wild rides! An unforgettable experience and absolute highlight during your visit.
What is there for you to experience in Munich?
The Bavarian capital is a vibrant smorgasbord of impressive sights, cool spots to enjoy your time, and exciting events and cultural happenings!
There is more to see in Munich than Viktualienmarkt and Frauenkirche. The city offers gorgeous green spaces along the Isar river, modern street art strips, cozy beer gardens - for the small and big thirst - as well as numerous recreational areas around the metropolitan region.
If you want to quickly escape the hustle and bustle of Munich for a few hours, you should take the opportunity to rent an e-bike! Why? One of the most beautiful city parks in the world is located just a few kilometers from Marienplatz: In the English Garden you will find fantastic bike paths in the greenery, you can relax at the Eisbach wave or meet friends for a beer or two in the beer garden at the Chinese Tower - cheers!
Also worth seeing is the revitalized Viehhof area or also called "Bahnwärter Thiel", with its cool bars and modern street art.