There is no better place to relax and have fun than in Munich's green oases.
The bluest lake, the best beer garden: What the locals do in the summer season.
Munich is a village, you can do everything by foot here. That is what they say. But is that true? We gave it a try.
No journey shows you more of Munich than a trip on the number 19 tram. A journey with Bettina Gundler, manager of the Transport Centre at the German Museum.
Munichs official visitor cards at a glance.
Schwabing, Glockenbach, Haidhausen, Nymphenburg: an overview.
Our author would like to be a better cook. What would be more appropriate than learning from the best?
The Munich food market, known locally as the Viktualienmarkt, is a place where people, colours, smells and sounds all come together.
The Munich coffee scene is colourful and diverse, and is really dynamic thanks to young and creative new blood coming in.
Fresh every day! Explore the Großmarkthalle, the hidden world of gardeners and market traders with an official city tour guide of Munich. Read more
A trial training session with the Munich ballet star, Dustin Klein.
Fascinating people for centuries: Michael Mayer of Mayer’sche Hofkunstanstalt presents the most spectacular church windows the city has to offer.
The Glockenspiel on Marienplatz has been enchanting visitors and locals for over 100 years. An exclusive look behind the scenes.
In a nutshell: the most important sights at a glance.