Spiridon-Louis-Ring 21, München, Bayern 80809
Since the Olympic Games in 1972 the Olympiapark provides different sport facilities, bicycle paths, concert venues, restaurants and a big stadium, which is famous for its architecture. Don´t miss the fascinating BMW Museum across the street, right next to the company headquarter, which was constructed in the shape of a four-cylinder engine.
Museumsinsel 1, München, Bayern 80538
Sailing ships, models of atoms, windmills, diesel locomotives, industrial robots, organs, ... this unbelievable abundance of technical achievement can be found in the “Deutsches Museum”. It is not only one of the first scientific-technological museums in the world, but also one of the most frequently visited and the biggest of all. In the “Planetarium” you can travel across the starry sky, explore the structure of the universe and the vast dimensions of the Milky Way.
Am Platzl 9, München, Bayern 80331
Enjoy our traditional old Hofbraeuhaus in the middle of downtown. Let yourself be surprised by the variety of Bavarian cuisine, folk music, the leather pants and enjoy the unique beer, which is typical for Bavaria.
Tierparkstraße 30, München, Bayern 81543
First "geo-zoo" in the world with approximately 700 species and a total of about 17.000 animals is one of the most exciting sites in Munich for young and old. The specific characteristic of Munich’s Zoo is that the animals live in natural areas, similar to their original environment.
Schloss Nymphenburg, Eingang 19, München, Bayern 80638
The baroque palace in the west part of Munich was the summer residence of the Bavarian monarchs. Five generations of Wittelsbach rulers were involved in the construction of this stately ensemble, which houses several outstanding collections. While you're there, be sure not to miss the Marstallmuseum and the Porcelain Museum, the Museum Mensch und Natur and the Botanical Garden.
The Starnberger lake is the second largest lake of Bavaria. With a lot of pompous castles and buildings this natural destination is one of the most famous
Werner-Heisenberg-Allee 25, Muenchen, Bayern 80939
Expirience the new football-arena! The three-tiered arena has a capacity of 69,900 seats, of which 2,200 are "business seats". The lighting is the most spectacular aspect of the futuristic construction: the façade lights up in a white and blue or red and white pattern, depending on which of the two Munich teams is playing. Guiding tours through the arena take place every day exceptional are the playing dates.
Bad Wiessee, Bayern
The “Tegernsee” is located approximately 50 km south of Munich in the Bavarian Alps. It is a popular destination for tourists and one of the cleanest lakes in Bavaria. You can enjoy the beautiful mountain scenery and explore the countryside.
Seestrasse 108, Prien am See, Bayern 83209
The “Chiemsee” is the largest lake in Bavaria and is also called the "Bavarian ocean". By ship you can visit the islands "Fraueninsel" and "Herrenchiemsee", which are famous for the King Ludwig II era.
Englischer Garten 3, Muenchen, Bayern 80538
The „Englische Garten“ is one of the largest urban parks in the world. Depending on the season, the park offers many opportunities for recreational activities of all kinds. Especially the beer gardens at the Chinese Tower, the „Seehaus“ and the “Hirschau” beergarden are worth visiting.
Am Olympiapark 2, München, Bayern 80809
Since 2007 automobile enthusiasts have a new place to go to: the BMW Welt Munich, next to the Olympic Park and the BMW Museum. The experimental and delivery center of BMW offers visitors the chance to experience the BMW brand with all its facings. Besides one of the world-wide largest permanent automobile presentations, the building offers space for changing exhibitions. Another attraction for BMW buyers is the delivery of their new car in the BMW world.
Bavaria Filmplatz 7, Grünwald, Bayern 82031
Take the Movie Express through Germany's Film City, where about 150 hours of cinema and TV movies are produced every year. The Bavaria Filmstudios are the birthplace of films such as "Das Boot" ("The U-Boat"), "Cabaret", "The Never-Ending Story" and many German TV series. Discover original locations of famous movie - and TV productions, and learn the tricks of the movie business.
Neuschwansteinstraße 5, Schwangau, Bayern 87645
Schloss Neuschwanstein is a 19th-century Gothic Revival palace on a rugged hill above the village of Hohenschwangau near Fuessen in southwest Bavaria, Germany. The palace was commissioned by Ludwig II of Bavaria as a retreat and as a homage to Richard Wagner. More than 1.3 million people visit annually, with up to 6,000 per day in the summer. The palace has appeared prominently in several movies and was the inspiration for Disneyland's Sleeping Beauty Castle.
Sendling-Westpark, München, 81373
The Westpark is a fun place for the whole family: play areas, barbecue areas, gardens and beer gardens provide fun and relaxation. The popular park is the namesake of the surrounding district Sendling-Westpark. It was designed by landscape architect Peter Kluska and completed in 1983. It hosted the International Garden Expo 83 that same year.Four of the originally 23 national gardens of the exhibit are preserved.
The Hofgarten (Court Garden) is a garden in the center of Munich, Germany, located between the Residenz and the Englischer Garten.
The National Theatre Munich (German: Nationaltheater München) is an opera house at Max-Joseph-Platz, in Munich, Germany. It is the home of the Bavarian State Opera, and the Bavarian State Ballet (Bayerisches Staatsballett).
Willi-Daume-Platz 1, Munich, 80809
Hans-Preissinger-Strasse 8, Munich, 81379
The famous Munich Gasteig Culture and Concert venue will temporarily move to the district "Sendling", offering philharmonic concerts and various other events as of 2021.