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Travel Tips to Munich (MUC)
Munich - Explore Germany’s highest capital city
The metropolitan city of Munich is the third-largest city in Germany and is the second-most popular tourist destination in the country, behind Berlin. The city is not just known for its fascinating architecture and multi-faceted culture, but also for it’s high-tech industry and trendy boutiques. Book flight tickets to Munich for your next vacation and experience this interesting city for yourself.
The best activities in Munich
- Relax in the comfortable atmosphere of the city’s countless beer gardens for an authentic impression of Bavarian culture among locals.
- Marvel at the works of Picasso, Warhol, and other great artists of the twentieth century in the Pinakothek der Moderne.
- Look at luxurious BMW and Rolls Royce cars and motorcycles at BMW Welt. More than a hundred vehicles await you here, all of them masterpieces of technology and design.
Hidden treasures in Munich
Make the most out of your trip to Munich and visit the city’s interesting attractions. The Englischer Garten, for example, is a beautiful park with a lake. It offers you insights into other cultures thanks to the Chinese tower and a small Greek-inspired temple.
Activities in Munich
The city of Munich is proud of its legacy and traditions. At the Volkstheater, you can get an insight into the original Bavaria and experience folk plays and performances in an authentic setting. If you don’t wish to explore the city on foot, you can also take a Segway tour.
Plan your vacation to Munich
Find cheap flights to Munich all year round with FlyDoha. You will be able to find particularly inexpensive hotels in Munich during winter and spring. In April and May, you can enjoy pleasant temperatures during the day. However, it can still get a little colder at night. Simply land at Munich Airport and get to know the Bavarian capital a little better!
Discover the sights of Munich!
What can travelers expect from a flight to Munich? The lively Bavarian metropolis offers atmospheric beer gardens and a lot of unusual attractions upon your arrival. One of these is the famous Fünf Höfe, where art and shopping take first priority. No less interesting is the Beer and Oktoberfest Museum, which of course involves enjoying proper Maß of beer for yourself. Another highlight is walking up to the top of St. Peter’s church, with a tower known locally as the ‘Alter Peter’. The bird’s-eye view of the beautiful city is simply fantastic.
A unique shopping arcade: Fünf Höfe
The Fünf Höfe shopping mall at Theatinerstraße 11 gives you an exclusive shopping experience and varied art exhibitions, all under one roof. The latter are temporary events, with a constantly changing roster of topics, artists, and periods. The architectural design of the spacious building is very impressive. It consists of different passageways and courtyards, each with their own individual character. All this is topped off with a fantastic ambience, created using dazzling glass sequins, countless plants, metal artwork, and an infinite array of glass facades. The “Sphere” by Ólafur Elíasson in the Viscardihof is an example of the outstanding works of art. The giant, steel-mesh ball is suspended high above the visitors’ heads. The rays of sunlight that come in through the skylight make it sparkle.
Beer and Oktoberfest Museum - History, fun, and a cold one
The Beer and Oktoberfest Museum (opened in 2005) is open to visitors all year round. It is located in Munich’s oldest townhouse at Sterneckerstraße 2. For Ferdinand Schmid, former Director of the Augustiner Brewery and Chairman of the Edith Haberland Wagner Foundation, renovating the historic building and museum was a lifelong dream come true. The upper floor of the building hosts a very clear depiction of the history of Oktoberfest. The ground floor has space for impressive inventions, tools and documents related to beer culture. The two floors are joined by a 500-year-old staircase, referred to as a "stairway to heaven". Tours are offered for groups of 8 or more, with or without samples included.
Alter Peter - Both a church and an observation tower
Along with the Olympic Tower, the Alter Peter stands out in Munich’s beautiful skyline. There are 306 steps to be scaled, which reach a height of 56 meters. However, at the top, you will be rewarded with a heavenly panoramic view over the whole of the Bavarian capital. On clear days, you can see as far as the Alps. The Alter Peter in the idyllic Altstadt is not only a popular viewpoint, but is also the oldest church in Munich. From up there, you can see the famous ‘Glockenspiel’ at the Rathausplatz, and on clear days, you can see as far as the Alps! Book your flights to Munich as soon as possible and experience unforgettable days visiting attractions that outshine everything else!
Insider tips for your visit to Munich
Munich is always worth the trip. If you’re already familiar with the city, you may want to see some places that are off the beaten track. Are there any places that are loved among locals, and never mentioned by tour guides?
Do something really special and experience things that you won’t find anywhere else. Allow yourself to be surprised on an inspirational tour of discovery. Water, art and tradition are today’s recommendations for a special trip to Munich.
Müllersches Volksbad - An art nouveau gem
The Müllersche Volksbad is one of the most wonderful bath houses in Europe. Several pools and a sauna are framed by magnificent art nouveau elements. The Roman-Irish steam bath with its fantastic decoration is worth a visit in itself. The Müllersche Volksbad opened in 1901 and has been in operation ever since. Its continued existence is thanks to generous donations from the engineer, Karl Müller, who was from Munich himself. Enjoy the stylish ambience and magnificent architecture. The historical bathtubs and showers have been lovingly maintained and can be used as cleansing baths, as they have been in the past.
Arts'n' Boards - Food, surfing and art
At Arts'n' Boards, visitors can observe a colorful combination of art, athleticism and fantastic food. In addition to food and drinks, the restaurant also offers regular art exhibitions with special opening events. There are also events such as the regular “Open Stage” on the schedule. The colorful, dazzling up-and-coming talent that appears on the “Open Stage” give performances of music, theatre and slapstick. The owner Ulrich Richter is one of the pioneers of windsurfing in Germany. He displays his historic boards in the building and is happy to provide explanations of the exhibits to curious guests. Of course, there will be exciting stories related to surfing involved as well.
An authentic Bavarian experience in the Taxisgarten
The Taxisgarten is one of the nicest beer gardens in Munich. During summer, you can sit underneath the tall trees and enjoy the cool shade. The Festsaal offers ample space for parties and conferences. Here you can find authentic Munich Hofbräu beer and enjoy delicious specialties. Obazda, grilled chicken and spare ribs will get your mouth watering and are the perfect accompaniment to a beer. They even provide options for vegetarians with fresh salads and vegetable dishes. The Taxisgarden is situated relatively close to the Nymphenburg Palace. On a nice day, you can combine a walk to the palace with a visit to the beer garden. Does that sound like your kind of thing? Then book your flights to Munich now with FlyDoha!