Oh, my Munich! I wonder what the weather’s like there today. Can you see the Alps today? Our webcams will take you on a journey through Munich and – if the weather’s good – treat you to a bird’s-eye view of the wonderful panorama of the Bavarian capital. The webcams at Marienplatz, the Hauptbahnhof main train station, Olympia park (Olympic Park) and the Flaucher river bank broadcast live images from Munich day and night.
Simply click on the webcam you’d like to view at the top left and enjoy an authentic impression of Munich’s top attractions through the live images and live webcams. The live streams will enable you not only to see what the weather is like in Munich at that moment, but also give you a taste of what awaits you when you travel to the city for a holiday.
Oooh, there’s Marienplatz! There’s not much going on there at moment – maybe check back again at 12 when the Glockenspiel mechanical clock plays. You could even arrange a date to wave at someone.
The webcam pans across Marienplatz in its entirety, taking in Mariensäule (Mary’s Column) with its gleaming gold statue of the Mother of God, the Neues Rathaus (New Town Hall) with the Glockenspiel mechanical clock and in the background, Munich’s Frauenkirche cathedral with its twin spires.
Olympiapark (Olympic Park) certainly doesn’t look like it’s turning 50 in 2022. The Olympiaturm (Olympic Tower) on which our webcam is positioned is one of the tallest buildings in Munich.
As well as Olympiapark, the Olympiaturm live webcam shows views of the city centre, the district of Schwabing and Georg-Brauchle-Ring road.
Stop! Next stop Hauptbahnhof! On this webcam you can watch the trains as they pull in and out of Munich’s Hauptbahnhof train station.
What’s happening in the Flaucher river bank area today? Watch how the joggers, cyclists and walkers make the bank of the Isar river their own. The section of the Isar that runs to the south of Munich is called the Flaucher. It extends from Brudermühlbrücke bridge and along Tierpark Hellabrunn (Hellabrunn Zoo) as far as the southern edge of the city and is a popular meeting point for barbecues, relaxing and bathing.
The Flaucher webcam is positioned on the Isar Hochhaus high-rise building on the western bank of the Isarwerk canal and looks across Thalkirchnerbrücke bridge to the south.
Oh, my Munich! Wouldn’t it be lovely to be there right now! Hope to see you again soon!