Whatever the purpose of your trip, add to your sites-to-see list one of the largest palace complexes in Europe, the imposing Nymphenburg Palace.
St. Peter’s Church (Peterskirche), the oldest church in the inner city, is certainly one of the reasons to visit Munich.
MaximiliansForum is a unique art space, centrally located below Munich’s famous Maximilianstrasse, which intrigues not only with its underground location but also its cutting-edge exhibitions, performances, and other activities.
A cocktail from a wide selection of German gins such as The Duke or cranberry-tinged Monkey 47. Just one of many reasons to visit the Zephyr Bar.
Set aside a few hours for a stroll around Viktualienmarkt, one of Europe’s biggest outdoor markets and check out the Schrannenhalle specialty food hall.
Follow the locals on their Sunday stroll in the Englischer Garten, larger than New York’s Central Park.
Throw caution to the wind and join the surfers or kayakers on the Eisbach, a small man-made river flowing through the park.
Karlsplatz, with its iconic fountain, is a large square which is generally through the Karlstor gate brings you to the city’s main shopping axis towards Marienplatz.
The Olympic Park with its sports facilities, lakes, concert venues, and restaurants has become vitally important for Munichers.
Treat yourself to one of the 72 rooms at Louis Hotel, with its Japanese-themed EMIKO restaurant and a sweeping view of the sprawling outdoor market.