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!
Book a unique experience at the Wiesn time and enjoy the Oktoberfest 2023 in Munich in a relaxed way with our Wiesn package.
Take the time to discover "the Wiesn" as it lives and breathes on a guided tour of the festival grounds.
Book a visit to the observation deck of Munich's Frauenkirche and enjoy a 360-degree panoramic view of the city.
Bring a piece of Oktoberfest home: Purchase official souvenirs such as the Wiesn poster or the Oktoberfest beer stein in the official Oktoberfest shop.
Immerse yourself in the world of the fairytale king!
During the guided tour of the present-day seat of the Bavarian State Ministry of Justice, you will learn everything about the history and significance of the neo-baroque court and administrative building.
Discover Munich's highlights from a very special perspective after just a few seconds in the lift!
Explore the Neue Rathaus on Marienplatz with an official City of Munich tour guide. A visit of the famous law library is also included!
Explore the Neue Rathaus on Marienplatz with an official tour guide. A visit of the famous law library is also included!
Magistrates, Monachia and magnificent celebrations: explore the Neue Rathaus on Marienplatz with an official City of Munich tour guide. A visit of the famous law library is also included!
Impressive architecture and unique ambience: discover the Law Library in the New Town Hall.
Enjoy this special tour and pedicap ride past all the famous sights of Munich's old town and into the Englischer Garten.
Discover the most famous beer hall in the world with an official guide of the city of Munich and enjoy a fresh Mass of beer afterward!
We look forward to seeing you again in Munich. Our tip: the exclusive travel package with Munich Card and Tower Ascent.
The city walk for everyone who wants to become acquainted with the most beautiful parts of Munich's city centre.
Our guide pedals you between the green hills of the Olympic Park and along the Olympic Lake from sports venue to sports venue. The perfect exploration tour!
Experience a brewery tour at Spaten with a look behind the scenes, interesting facts about the company history and beer tasting in the brewery tower.
Buy now vouchers for your visit in Munich. The ideal gift! Guided tours, guest cards and more...
Join us on the famous balcony of the New Town Hall, where FC Bayern has celebrated a triumph many times - and enjoy the beautiful view over Marienplatz.
Exclusive and safe: Discover the most beautiful sights and corners of Munich's city centre with your official personal guide.
Two nights in a selected hotel and free admission to 45 museums and attractions: our travel package for explorers!
Discover the creative flair of Munich's Schwabing district, which was already shaped around 1900 by artists and literati around the university and art academy.
Schwabing is the district that is associated with Munich all over the world, reminiscent of golden times and evoking a good feeling.
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.
Between hipster and historical: on Feilitzschstrasse you can breakfast at a deli like you’re in New York before visiting the oldest farm in the neighbourhood or a real castle.
Alexander Kardaschenko has been showing his guests around Schwabing's cult quarter for many years - here are his tips!
What is the right way to play in a beer garden? An interview with bandmaster Mathias Achatz.
The lawn in the Englischer Garten is perfect. Our author also has a garden, and wants to know: how do they manage it?
The lawn in the Englischer Garten is perfect. Our author also has a garden, and desperately wants to know: how do they manage it? This is what he found out.
Around 1900, it was the artists and writers who settled around the university and the art academy and shaped the spirit of Schwabing.
In the heyday of the Schwabinger Bohème around 1900, it was the artists and writers who settled around the university and the art academy and shaped the spirit of Schwabing.
Munich's old town is not only a centre of attraction for tourists, but also for locals. Experience the Viktualienmarkt, traditional shops & taverns as well as the most important sights of the city.
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 former Lord Mayor takes us on a stroll through the historic Altstadt district and shares his memories of both obstacles and successes.
From Odeonsplatz to the State Opera House - the small Residenzstraße surprises with sights at every turn.
On the road with Italian guitarist and street musician Fausto Cassara in Munich's city centre.
Only really good musicians are allowed to play street music in the centre of Munich. Fausto Cassara from Italy is one of them. We accompanied him for a day.
Blue cabbage kimchi, truffle pizza or Indian naan rolls to go? There are more and more creative concepts that offer vegan-vegetarian food to go. Eight locations in the city centre.
A day at the Viktualienmarkt. An insight into a Munich institution.
The Munich food market, known locally as the Viktualienmarkt, is a place where people, colours, smells and sounds all come together.
Pastor Franzl shares his expert knowledge about the sights in Munich's Frauenkirche and shows us areas to which visitors normally have no access.
Palais Rechberg is better known as Radspielerhaus. Fine fabrics and wooden furniture are now sold here. But how can a historical building of this kind be kept alive?
Numerous Munich stories can be told along the roughly one-kilometer-long route between Karlsplatz-Stachus and Marienplatz square. A city walk.
Numerous interesting Munich stories can be told along the roughly one-kilometer-long route between Karlsplatz-Stachus and Marienplatz square. A city walk.
Discover the lively and friendly Giesing district in Munich's south-east: home to the legendary 1860 stadium and a thriving district culture with green oases, cool bars and good restaurants.
Giesing was formerly a working-class district, and it retains a raw charm to this day.
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.
Giesing used to be a working-class neighbourhood. That has changed. The popular singer Patrick Lindner shows us his neighbourhood.
The Tegernseer Landstrasse in Obergiesing impresses with its diversity and the quarter-love of the people of Giesing.
Ingrid Oxfort has been working as a city guide for over 30 years. She has lost her heart to Giesing - here she gives tips for the district!
Our author meets Munich personalities for a walk: this time writer Nina Sahm shows us her Giesing.
Our author meets Munich personalities for a walk: this time Maria Maschenka shows us her Untergiesing.
Between Grünwalder Stadion and football pubs, true football culture is still lived in Giesing, the home of 1860 Munich.
Giesing may be famous for soccer and beer, but what the locals value most is the neighbourhood’s lively diversity.
Giesing may be famous for soccer and beer, but what the locals value most is the neighbourhood’s lively diversity of architecture, culture, and people.
Discover the vibrant Schlachthofviertel with its active underground cultural scene and numerous art, culture and culinary venues such as the Bahnwärter Thiel, the new Volkstheater and various restaurants.
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?!
In Munich's Schlachthofviertel, brewer and craft beer pioneer Tilman Ludwig takes us to the most interesting places and explains the recipe for success of his beer bars.
Forming the heart of Thalkirchner Strasse, the former slaughterhouse and the Grossmarkthalle wholesale market hall are surrounded by a host of fantastic restaurants.
The tour guide Astrid Neubert has lived next to Munich's Schlachthofviertel for more than twenty years - here she gives tips!
Our author meets Munich personalities for a walk: this time coffee owner Marlen Ventker shows us her Sendling.
Munich is home to many writers who foster a very special connection to their city. First up is Daniel Speck, bestselling author of the novel "Bella Germania".
The Schlachthof district is Munich’s unofficial party district: whether Bahnwärter Thiel, Frisches Bier, the terrace of the Alte Utting or Zur Gruam: it's no problem to turn night into day.
An interview with Weißwurst veteran Magnus Bauch and cultural entrepreneur Daniel Hahn about the Schlachthofviertel.
There are many bars with a football table in the back room around the Isar. We spend an evening kicking our way through the relevant Munich bars.
We accompany the head chef of Broeding, Manuel Reheis, on his purchases at the Munich wholesale market and the slaughterhouse.
The district of Sendling is divided into different areas, with each offering its own charm and special highlights.
The district of Sendling is divided into the areas of Untersendling, Mittersendling and Obersendling, with each area offering its own charm and special highlights.
Experience the cultural centre of Munich up close in Maxvorstadt! World-famous museums and first-class art are waiting to be discovered.
The museum area is notable for its unique concentration of top-class museums and art spaces. It is a celebration of the power of culture.
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.
Entrepreneur and restaurateur Niels Jäger has been living in Maxvorstadt for 25 years. The bar owner knows every corner of the district.
Theresienstrasse in Munich's Maxvorstadt district really does offer everything we expect from a big city - from museums to massage parlours.
The tour guide Christiane Haack studied art history – to this day she enthusiastically guides visitors through Munich's Maxvorstadt.
The tour guide Christiane Haack studied art history at the LMU – to this day she guides visitors through the art area in the Maxvorstadt university quarter with great enthusiasm.
Our author meets Munich personalities for a walk: this time Laura Schieferle shows us her art area.
Maxvorstadt is a bustling district: education, culture and business meet a colourful urban offering.
Maxvorstadt is a bustling district: universities, cultural temples and business meet small cafés, bars, restaurants and colourful shops.
Discover the flair of Munich's Bahnhofsviertel! Here, multicultural diversity and gastronomy combine to create a special neighbourhood feeling.
Munich’s Bahnhofsviertel encompasses multicultural communities, exciting restaurants, young artists and galleries.
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.
Bahnhofsviertel is the melting pot of the city. Artist and musician Polina Lapkovskaja shows us her diverse favourite city district.
Landwehrstraßss in Munich is captivating in its diversity – a little trip around the world through the Bahnhofsviertel.
Landwehrstrasse in Munich is captivating in its diversity – a little trip around the world through the Bahnhofsviertel.
There are countless international snack bars and restaurants around Munich Central Station. Here are a few very special tips.
The charm of the oriental Bajuvaric microcosm in the quarter to the south of the main train station gives you that holiday feeling.
The aroma of mocha and black tea fills the air: the charm of the oriental Bajuvaric microcosm in the quarter to the south of the main train station gives you that holiday feeling.
Experience the sought-after residential district of Haidhausen in Munich! Here you will find green courtyards, small shops and the feeling of being in a village in the middle of the city.
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.
Hardly anyone knows the Au as well as artist, DJ and bar owner Benjamin Röder. A hood walk that is as authentic and cool as his neighbourhood.
Zwischen Bauernhof und Kopfsteinpflaster – the Preysingstraße at Haidhausen not only looks rustic, but also feels like it.
Stephanie Zimmermann is so excited about this laid-back neighbourhood in Munich's east that she would move to Haidhausen on the spot. Here are some tips!
Stephanie Zimmermann is so excited about this laid-back neighbourhood in Munich's east that she would move to Haidhausen on the spot. Here are some tips!
Our author meets Munich personalities on a walk. This time Max Wagner, managing director of the Gasteig, shows us his Haidhausen.
Munich may not be by the sea, but it still has a beach life: in Au - a district that has lived in symbiosis with the Isar for centuries.
The Werksviertel-Mitte has not lost its former character. A tour with architect and chief planner Johannes Ernst.
We went on a time travel through the continents at an antique dealer in Haidhausen.
Our author meets Munich personalities on a walk. This time: street art artis Loomit shows us around his Werksviertel-Mitte.
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.
Katharina Starzer makes violins, cellos, violas. We visit her workshop in Haidhausen, which is a shop and sound studio in one.
Haidhausen and Au have developed from working-class quarters into popular residential areas.
When strolling along the narrow streets of the districts Haidhausen and Au with small shops and green courtyards, it almost feels like being in a village in the middle of the city.
A place with a vibrant history is developing into a unique, trendy and futuristic quarter.
In the east of Munich, a place with a vibrant history is developing into a unique, trendy and futuristic quarter.
Explore Neuhausen-Nymphenburg with its highlights such as Nymphenburg Palace, the Botanical Garden, museums and the deeply relaxed district of Neuhausen.
The tranquil Volkartstraße in Neuhausen is almost too good to be true. It's hard to believe that the main station is just around the corner.
The tour guide Reidun Alvestad-Aschenbrenner has lived in Neuhausen-Nymphenburg for over 40 years - here she gives tips!
What would the opulent architecture be without the noble parquet at Schloss Nymphenburg?
About carnivorous plants and how to try to sense their needs.
About carnivorous plants and how to try to sense their needs so they feel comfortable and thrive.
Beavers, tawny owls, kingfishers: with a bit of luck, you can see many wild animals in Nymphenburg Castle Park. A visit.
Deer, beavers, adders, kingfishers, tawny owls, Canada geese: with a little luck, you can see all sorts of wildlife in Nymphenburger Schlosspark – in the heart of the city!
Neuhausen-Nymphenburg offers a wealth of things to discover besides the palace.
In addition to the palace, Neuhausen-Nymphenburg also has the Botanical Garden, numerous museums and the vibrant neighbourhood of Neuhausen with its vibrant shopping and café scene.
Immerse yourself in the lively Glockenbachviertel! Trendy locales, individual workshops and iconic shops invite you to browse. During the day you can relax in hip cafés and in the evening you can experience the theatre or enjoy the restaurant scene.
The lively Reichenbachstraße connects two of Munich's sights: the Isar and the Viktualienmarkt.
Munich's districts through the eyes of Munich personalities: This time jewellery designer Saskia Diez shows us her Glockenbachviertel.
A guided tour of the city following in the footsteps of Freddie Mercury – with Peter Ambacher, also known as the drag queen “Miss Piggy”.
Shopping far from the major department stores: at Gärtnerplatz and Glockenbachviertel individuality counts. A shopping tour.
Whether stopover, short trip, long weekend or a whole week: our suggestions from the LGBTQ* scene.
Independent labels, hip bars, pubs and cool inns attract the young and the young-at-heart.
The Gärtnerplatz and Glockenbach neighbourhoods are known as trendy quarters. Their independent labels, hip bars, pubs, cool inns and calm backyards attract the young and the young-at-heart.
Schwabing, Glockenbach, Haidhausen, Nymphenburg: an overview.