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Munich is more than just Oktoberfest and football - the capital of Bavaria offers culinary, history, architecture, art and culture! For activities there is a rich offer, from which we have collected some ideas for your stay in Munich.
Maurizio MassaroBy Maurizio Massaro

7 things to do in Munich

Activities and Guided Tours

Taste Munich beer, enjoy Bavarian delicacies

Those who love hearty food and barley juice have found the ideal place for culinary experiences in Munich. White sausage, dumplings and roast pork as well as the traditional Munich beers can be sampled during culinary tours - a hearty end to a vacation day in Munich in the beer garden or the Hofbräuhaus makes the hearts of Bavarian fans beat faster. The Viktualienmarkt offers a wide variety of specialties with over 140 stalls and a gourmet guided tour is also an option here.
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Frauenkirche Munich | Flickr: Ernst Kiessling Public Domain

Get to know Munich on a guided city tour

City Hall, Frauenkirche and Karlsplatz (Stachus): The old city center of Munich has a lot of historical architecture to offer. As part of a guided tour of Munich you can learn more here and perhaps discover corners of the city that were previously unknown to you!
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Allianz Arena in Munich | Flickr: dronepicr CC-BY 2.0

Visit the Allianz Arena

Not only for fans of FC Bayern Munich: the exclusive soccer stadium is one of the largest in Germany and impresses with its modern exterior with the illuminated foil cushions that can shine in any color. During a guided tour of the Allianz Arena you will learn more about the operation and maintenance of the stadium in Munich.

A bike tour through Munich

Jo, mir san mi'm Radl do! On a city tour past all the important sights of Munich, you can get around particularly quickly on a bike. All those who prefer to go out on their own can borrow a bike from a bike rental.
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Neuschwanstein Castle

Experience the fairy tale castle Neuschwanstein

The most popular day trip from Munich leads to the tourist magnet Castle Neuschwanstein near the village of Hohenschwangau. Organized day tours often include the transfer by coach with guide in the stated price, some also include the guided tour through the castle. Check the offer here in advance carefully, so as not to experience any unpleasant surprises.
Surfing on the Eisbach wave in Munich | Pixabay

Get active in sports and try out new things

Munich is a mecca for friends of extreme sports: from bodyflying to surfing on the Eisbach wave, the city on the Isar offers a lot. Particularly spectacular: abseiling from the Olympic Stadium or a flight on the zipline. Those who prefer to stay indoors and challenge their brains can try their hand at solving puzzles with friends in one of the Escape Rooms.
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International Memorial at Dachau Concentration Camp | Colin Smith CC-BY-SA 2.0

History lesson at the Dachau concentration camp memorial site

Since 1965, the Memorial has stood as a reminder on the site of the former Concentration Camp Dachau, where the Nazis imprisoned and murdered political opponents, Jews, Sinti and Roma, as well as Jehovah's Witnesses and homosexuals. Dachau Concentration Camp was the first camp in the Nazi murder machinery and therefore marks an important historical milestone in explaining Germany's crimes between 1933 and 1945.
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The 5 most important sights in Munich

A selection of highlights in Munich
Munich Residenz


For centuries, the center of power in Bavaria was the seat of the dukes, electors, and kings in Munich's city palace, the Residence. Above the Antiquarium of the palace stretches one of the largest Renaissance vaults in Europe, and other parts of the complex were built in the neoclassical style.
Marian Column of the Cathedral of Our Dear Lady Munich | Flickr: Polybert49 CC-BY-SA 2.0

Cathedral of Our Dear Lady

The Gothic construction of the Cathedral of Our Dear Lady from the 15th century is one of Munich's landmarks. One of the two approximately 98.5 m high towers of the Munich Cathedral is even open to visitors and offers an excellent panorama of the city.
New Town Hall Munich | Flickr: Dmitry Djouce CC-BY 2.0

New Town Hall

Close to the Old Town Hall, the 19th century New Town Hall of Munich can be admired at Marienplatz: The neo-Gothic building was erected when the old seat of Munich's city administration became too cramped for the growing metropolis. A special highlight here is the carillon, whose 43 bells ring in the summer at 5 pm and in winter at 11 am and 12 pm.
Feldherrnhalle Munich | Flickr: Francisco Antunes CC-BY 2.0


The Odeonsplatz offers a touch of Italy in the middle of Munich with the baroque Theatinerkirche, the neoclassical Feldherrnhalle, and the Munich Residenz at the square. This ensemble is one of the most important architectural sights in Munich.
Olympic Tower Munich | Flickr: Sergei Gussev CC-BY 2.0

Olympic Park

The Olympic Park was built for the 1972 Summer Olympics and includes the Olympic Stadium, the Olympic Tower with its observation deck, and a huge park area where events of all kinds take place, making it one of Munich's most spectacular attractions.

5 Museums in Munich for Rainy Days

Perfect for bad weather is a visit to one of the countless museums in Munich. As an art lover, there is a lot to see in Munich: While the Old and New Pinakothek show classic paintings from the 14th to the 20th century, the collection of the Pinakothek der Moderne and the connected museums include works by Picasso, Max Ernst, or Joseph Beuys, as well as graphics, design, and architecture. Technology enthusiasts will enjoy the Deutsches Museum.
Alte Pinakothek

Old Pinakothek

The Old Pinakothek displays over 700 paintings from the 14th to the 18th century, including works by da Vinci, Raphael, Titian, El Greco, and Brueghel. The museum is perfect for a rainy day in Munich, where you can enjoy old art.
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Carl Spitzweg: The Poor Poet, New Pinakothek Munich | Public Domain

New Pinakothek

The New Pinakothek offers early modern art: From works of Classicism to Impressionism, Art Nouveau and Symbolism, paintings by Caspar David Friedrich, Renoir, Monet, and Gustav Klimt are on display here.
Bier- und Oktoberfestmuseum

Beer and Oktoberfest Museum

Experience Munich culture and joie de vivre through guided tours and beer tastings at the Beer and Oktoberfest Museum. In Munich's oldest civic house from 1340, the history of Munich beer (protected designation of origin) is illuminated from various perspectives. The Oktoberfest Museum also shows historical exhibits about the spectacle on the Wiesn.
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Deutsches Museum

German Museum

The largest science and technology museum in the world not only displays technical exhibits from all eras such as steam engines, airplanes, and turbines, but also interactive experimental setups that convey phenomena of physics, as well as exhibitions on countless subject areas including musical instruments, hydraulic engineering, telecommunications, computer science, space travel, chemistry, and much more!
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Munich, Pinakothek der Moderne | Flickr: Allie Caulfield CC-BY 2.0

Pinakothek der Moderne

In the Pinakothek der Moderne, the most important international representatives of modern art, such as Pablo Picasso and German pioneers like Joseph Beuys, can be found equally. The building combines 4 museums under one roof: Design, graphics, and architecture have also been given their own museum here.

3 important day trip destinations from Munich

Munich offers sights not only in the city but also in the surrounding area.Historically especially important is the Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial, which can be visited as part of day trips from Munich. Every year, tourists from all over the world also visitNeuschwanstein Castle, which is also located not far from Munich. Chiemsee is a special treat for sports and nature enthusiasts, but historically interested visitors will also find a great attraction with Herrenchiemsee Castle.
More sights in Munich
Old Town Hall8 tickets & guided tours
Viktualienmarkt13 tickets & guided tours
Englischer Garten4 tickets & guided tours
Nymphenburg Palace11 tickets & guided tours
Hard Rock Cafe Munich5 tickets & guided tours
Maurizio Massaro
Written byMaurizio MassaroMaurizio is a cosmopolitan, a musician and comes around. In his role as a content manager at TicketLens, he is always striving to find new offers as well as writing about sights all over the world.
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