Visit breweries, learn about World War II, attend festivals and revel in a funky atmosphere
No matter the weather, Munich has great things to do both indoors and out
Remember: speaking some German (or even Bavarian, if you dare) is highly appreciated by locals.
With the Alps nearby, plenty of stunning mountain destinations are a short ride away
The system operates 24/7, although some commuter trains don't run for several hours late at night
From ultimate luxury at hotel Louis to warmth and simplicity of family-run Laimer Hof
We highlight the city's top neighbourhoods, plus what to do, see and eat in the area
Affordability and homely charms included
Rest your head at one of these Airbnbs after a day spent walking by the elegant riverside
Brave a wetsuit and the waves at the Eisbachwelle, Munich’s incongruous surf hotspot
Munich’s architecture gives a sense of traditional Bavaria with a cozy, small-town flavor
Local costumes and food items make for a truly Instagram-worthy snap
Spend a day in the Garmisch Alps or learn about the fine art of Bavarian beer
Munich looks south—to the Alps, with hearty meals in quality and quantity
Think Munich drinking, think Oktoberfest.
Sausages! Beer! Bread! Strudel! Pork knuckle!
The unspoken code: clutch your beer Maß, or litre mug, with just one hand
Experience the coastal city by sailing around the harbor or chowing down German fare
Raise your pint in a traditional beer hall, explore the art scene and shop stylish designer boutiques
The largest city in the State of Hesse is the de-facto financial capital of Germany