Whether you’re looking for the Pinakotheken, Marienplatz or Frauenkirche, Nymphenburg Palace, Hofbräuhaus or Viktualienmarkt – the metropolis on the Isar offers a multitude of cultural institutions and sights.


On Marienplatz, the famous center of the Bavarian state capital, the past and present of the metropolis meet one another. Whether the Glockenspiel, Christkindlmarkt or championship celebrations – there’s something on offer in every season around the Mariensäule monument and in the shadow of the town hall.

On Odeonsplatz in Munich, people live and experience »la dolce vita«: A church in Italian late Baroque, a loggia in Florentine style and Munich’s oldest café. Around the square, you will find the Royal Residence including court garden, the Feldherrnhalle monument, the Theatine Church, a number of city palaces.

On the Viktualienmarkt, old and young, gourmets, chefs, shoppers, residents and tourists come together in the heart of the old town. Small stands offer domestic and exotic goods, leaving nothing to be desired in terms of culinary delights.


It’s quieter in the green lungs of the city. The Englischer Garten is pure Munich lifestyle, extensive green spaces invite you to take a stroll. The cozy beer gardens at the Chinesischer Turm and the Seehaus on Kleinhesseloher See invite you to while away some time. You should definitely plan a visit to see the surfers on the Eisbachwelle.


The Olympiapark, which was designed for the 1972 Olympic Games, is one of the most impressive and most popular places in Munich. The extensive park complex offers various leisure activities with concerts, spectacular events, festivals and lots of different sports.


With a wide range of tours and the FC Bayern Erlebniswelt museum, the Allianz Arena is a fascination for all football enthusiasts all year round. Discover one of the most beautiful stadiums in the world for yourself.

The Allianz Arena is open daily from 10.00 to 18.00. Alternative opening times apply on match days and when there are events scheduled.