Munich's districts could not be more different. Find out here how they came to be and which district suits you best. With Test!
Giesing was formerly a working-class district, and it retains a raw charm to this day.
Schwabing is the district that is associated with Munich all over the world, reminiscent of golden times and evoking a good feeling.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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?!
Schwabing, Glockenbach, Haidhausen, Nymphenburg: an overview.