There are countless international snack bars and restaurants around Munich Central Station. Here are a few very special tips.
Where there were parking spaces before, new, improvised open-air bar areas suddenly appeared in 2020: so-called Schanigartens. Munich architect Alexander Fthenakis explains why.
There is nowhere better to enjoy the sunshine than in a beer garden – provided that you are familiar with the local customs. Ten survival tips.
For mixing at home: André Meier of the hugely popular The High is compiling a drinks calendar.
Starkbier, Festbier, Hell, Dunkel, Pils: a typology of the most important Munich beers – and the people who drink them.
In the summer, everyone in Munich can agree on an evening in the beer garden. From typical Bavarians to busy after-workers: some characters you will find again and again. A typology.
Roast pork, Steckerlfisch, Obazda, Dampfnudel: chef Sven Christ shows how to cook Munich classics. Recipes included!
The universe of Munich's sausages is not infinite. Its full extent may, however, appear unfathomable to many visitors to the city. A guide.
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.
Stefan Weiß, head buyer at Dallmayr, tells us how to find the best products.
Our author would like to be a better cook. What would be more appropriate than learning from the best? A cooking course.
Fancy trying some Bavarian cuisine? Then Munich is the place to be! Bavaria's capital city is even home to the world’s most famous public house.
Join the Viktualienmarkt tasting tour - a real favourite among locals and tourists alike - with an official city tour guide of Munich. Read more
Our author is not an art historian, but a trained chef. What does he think of Pieter Bruegel's "The Land of Cockaigne"?
World-class museums, legendary stages, impressive galleries: Munich offers pure cultural pleasure!