10 Things You Must See and Do in and Around Munich!

Bike Tour Meeting Point Marienplatz
Neues Rathaus, Munich's Marienplatz

Munich Bike Tour

The 3 hour Munich Bike tour to learn all about Munich's incredible history! 

 

 

 

 

 


Munich's Modern Art Museum
Munich's Modern Art Museum

Museum Quarter

Munich's art Museums are some of the best in the world and if you are looking for something to do on a Sunday they are only 1EUR entry.

 

 


Kloster Andechs in Bavaria
Kloster Andechs

Kloster Andechs

Just a 1 hour trip on the S-bahn and a 45 minute hike and you will find yourself at the Holy hill (Andechs). At Andechs you can have the worlds most famous Schweins Hax'n (pork Knuckle) or enjoy Beer crafted by monks for over 400 years.    

Eisbach Surfer in the Snow Munich
Eisbach Surfer Munich

Eisbach Welle

 Although Munich is 5 hours drive from the nearest beach you can still find people riding bikes with surf boards tucked under their arms. The Surfers of the Eisbach wave at the southern end of the Englischer Garten are unlike any you have seen before. 

 

Eisbach in the Englischer Gartenl, Munich
Eisbach Munich's Englischer Garten

Englischer Garten

Munich's Englischer Garten is one of the best places to be on a sunny day in Munich. Go swimming, Surfing, play some football or have a relaxing picnic.

 

 

 

 


St. Peters Church, Munich
St. Peters Church, Munich

Saint Peters Church

The oldest church in Munich dating to 1150 has an incredible interior and the cheapest and best view of the city center. On clear days you can see all the way to the Mountains. 


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Chinesischer Turm

Chinesischer Turm

The 2nd largest beer garden in the world. With over 7000 seats it is the perfect place to spend an afternoon in the sun enjoying the Bavarian lifestyle.

 

 

 

 

Viktualienmarkt Beer Garden and fresh food Markets
Viktualienmarkt Beer Garden and Fresh Food Market

Viktualienmarkt

 If you are looking for local food this is the place to be. Enjoy a succulent piece of roast pork and a litre of beer cheaper than anywhere else in the city. 

 

 

 

 


Hofbrauhaus Munich
Hofbrauhaus Munich

Hofbrauhaus

One of the largest and oldest beer halls in Munich and by far the most famous. Visit the hofbrauhaus for a beer and the Oktoberfest feel year round.

 

  


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Neuschwanstein Castle

Neuschwanstein Castle

Visited by over 1.6 million persons each year this 19th century castle with 12th century design is an amazing place to let your imagination run wild. If you are not interested in going into the palace it doesn't matter, it's surrounded by lakes and mountains with many wonderful hiking options.