Munich has many locations which dazzle visitors with their unique lighting features, designs and moods. Here are just a few of them.
How will tomorrow's mobility look like? An interview with Jona Christians of the Munich based start-up Sono Motors.
The fashion designer Rahmée Wetterich in our questionnaire.
For one of her oldest collections, jewellery designer Saskia Diez polishes and works stones from the banks of the Isar. She is drawn to the water again and again.
The fashion designer Ayzit Bostan loves Dreimühlenviertel district, the Olympic tower – and Charles Schumann's fried potatoes.
During a walk through the Munich city centre with an official City of Munich tour guide you will be inspired by imposing architecture.
Explore Munich's elegant designer shops next to cafés, bars and restaurants in an extraordinary shopping ambience.
The density of international luxury labels in combination with long-established traditional brands is almost unique worldwide.
Oberpollinger, Ludwig Beck or Konen - anyone who wants to explore Munich's long-established department stores starts the shopping tour at Karlsplatz-Stachus or Marienplatz.
Glitter, Gloria and Gourmet Chocolates: explore the Brienner district - the hidden jewel - with an official city tour guide of Munich. Read more
Munichs official visitor cards at a glance.
Shopping in an architecturally impressive atmosphere: a stroll through the inner city of Munich.
There is no better place to relax and have fun than in Munich's green oases.