Discover urban life, Munich's green lungs and the surrounding area by bike. An overview of the different routes and guided tours by bike.
"Ja, mir san mit‘m Radl da" (Yes, we're here on our bikes) is not just the refrain from a famous 1970s hit in Germany, it's a natural way of life for many locals. Whether cycling to work, to their next appointment, to a beer garden after work or for a sundowner by the Isar, or heading off to the lakes or Kloster Andechs at the weekend: the people of Munich love their bikes.
Many maintain that cycling is the fastest yet most relaxing way to get across the city. Enjoy getting to places under your own steam and sometimes breaking into a sweat, fresh air as you cruise through the Englischer Garten (park) and the whiff of beer as the King of the Mountains is crowned at the Nockherbeg (terrace).
Discover hidden alleys and corners of Munich's different quarters, and delight in the twinkling of the Isar river and the buzz of the Altstadt (Old Town). Whoosh your way down past the Friedensengel (monument) and warm your hands and the tip of your nose, cold from the rush of air, in the sun as you stop briefly at the traffic lights.
You can literally experience all this on a bike in Munich – whether you have sporting ambitions or fancy a gentle journey of discovery ...