Munich's districts could not be more different. Find out here how they came to be and which district suits you best. With Test!
Munich’s cemeteries exude a special peace – and hold many surprises.
Ludwig I of Bavaria converted Munich into his "„Athens on the Isar“, many buildings still remind us of this today. An interview.
What makes Munich’s Schlachthofviertel so unique? A lively underground cultural scene and actually still a slaughterhouse.. Could it possibly have any more urban cool?!
Munich’s Bahnhofsviertel encompasses multicultural communities, exciting restaurants, young artists and galleries – it feels totally different from the rest of the city. In a good way.
Schwabing is the district that is associated with Munich all over the world, reminiscent of golden times and evoking a good feeling.
Finally opened again: Discover Munich's highlights from a very special perspective after just a few seconds in the lift!
Munichs official visitor cards at a glance.
Italy, Thailand, France - explore the whole world at these places in Munich.
The Birnbaumblau joinery is a workshop of a kind you rarely see any more these days – though if you do, it’s most likely to be in Haidhausen. A visit to a magical wood-crafting operation.
We went on a time travel through the continents at an antique dealer in Haidhausen.
Munich is home to beauty, which can be experienced at every corner of the city - but especially during a walk along the boulevards.
From the Cathedral to the Allianz Arena, Munich's architectural history spans 850 years. An overview by City of Munich guide Georg Reichlmayr.
A day at the Viktualienmarkt. An insight into a Munich institution.
Traditional, modern or exquisite: everything you need to know about Munich's culinary diversity.