To be honest, almost everyone thinks of the Oktoberfest, Lederhosen or at least beer when it comes to Munich. Of course, Munich is also famous for that, but it has much more to offer!
Munich is the third-largest city in Germany and is considered the “most livable” city in the world. Munich is a diverse city that is the opposite of itself, whether green oasis and metropolis, tradition or modernization. All these elements complement each other harmoniously. The city manages to combine old Bavarian tradition with pulsating modern life.
From a cultural point of view with museums, opera, theatre and much more, as well as historical & modern architecture, Munich is considered a beautiful, luxurious and very stylish city that radiates internationality.
Every year at the end of September the world-famous Oktoberfest takes place in Munich and is worth a visit. But at any other time of the year, Munich is a magnet for tourists because of its diverse offers!
Visit historical places like Marienplatz with the Old and New Town Hall, Nymphenburg Palace or take a walk through the English Garden or enjoy modern entertainment in the Old & New Pinakothek, in the BMW World or in the Allianz Arena for all football fans.
For your unforgettable experiences in Munich, we have selected and listed our best tours for you!
Learn about architecture, history, modernity and art and discover the most important sights of Munich with your personal guide on our Highlights Tour!
The BMW Museum
The BMW Museum is just the thing for all car fans! Exhibited vehicles from several generations explain everything about the car brand and its history. You can even take a plant tour, where you can gain exciting insights into the production of the vehicles.
The Nymphenburg Palace
Visit the Nymphenburg Palace and travel back in time to Bavarian Monarchy. The castle and its garden will enchant you.
The Concentration Camp in Dachau
The Concentration Camp in Dachau was the model for all other concentration camps that Hitler had built. Here you can find out how it was built and what people had to live through there.
The Ingolstadt Village
Shop in Ingolstadt Village fashion from selected luxury designer brands or snack on our Viktualienmarkt Tasting Tour through Munich’s biggest food market and try delicious specialities!
The Child-Friendly City
Munich is a very child-friendly city, and there are museums, zoos and Bavaria Film Studios to discover.
Munich’s best hotels await you to give you an unforgettable stay! We recommend the Hotel Bayrischen Hof, Excelsior by Geisel, Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski, Hotel Königshof, Mandarin Oriental, The Charles Hotel or Roomers Munich.