Munich's neighbourhoods are diverse, contrasting and worth exploring. Dive deep into the individual districts of Munich and discover the charm and special features of each corner, street and alley.
Munich's districts could not be more different. Find out here how they came to be and which district suits you best. With Test!
Theresienstrasse in Munich's Maxvorstadt district really does offer everything we expect from a big city - from museums to massage parlours.
The museum area is notable for its unique concentration of top-class museums and art spaces – right at the heart of one of the city’s liveliest districts.
Our author meets Munich personalities for a walk: this time Laura Schieferle shows us her art area.
Giesing used to be a working-class neighbourhood. That has changed. The popular singer Patrick Lindner shows us his neighbourhood.
Giesing was formerly a working-class district, and it retains a raw charm to this day – while at the same time offering proof that a certain amount of gentrification enrich.
Between Grünwalder Stadion and football pubs, true football culture is still lived in Giesing, the home of 1860 Munich.
Schwabing is probably the best known of Munich's districts. And hardly any resident is associated with Schwabing as much as the bon vivant Rainer Langhans.
Schwabing is the district that is associated with Munich all over the world, reminiscent of golden times and evoking a good feeling.
Munich’s former Lord Mayor takes us on a stroll through the historic Altstadt district and shares his memories of both obstacles and successes.
Bahnhofsviertel is the melting pot of the city. Artist and musician Polina Lapkovskaja shows us her diverse favourite city district.
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.
There are few other cities which are as focused around their centres as Munich – but unlike other city centres, Munich’s Altstadt is a place that’s actually full of life being lived.
The so called French Quarter as a part of Haidhausen is Munich’s most liberal district. It is a place where people appreciate quality without feeling the need to show off about it.
Schwabing, Glockenbach, Haidhausen, Nymphenburg: an overview.