In Munich there is so much more than just the Oktoberfest or Lederhosen. The beautiful bavarian capital has much more to offer. A mixture of exclusive shopping, art, culture, indulgence and tradition makes this city unmistakable. Moreover, Germany’s most cheerful residents live here.

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BMW Welt

Since it opened in 2007, BMW Welt has become one of Bavaria’s most popular tourist attractions. Over two million visitors flock here every year to experience the wide range of exhibitions, events, the children’s Junior Program and the guided tours.

Am Olympiapark 1
MUCA Museum of Urban and Contemporary Art

Street art as a form of art of the 21st century is rightly considered as a global celebrated phenomenon, nevertheless street art hasn't arrived enough in the art discourse. The newly build Museum of Urban and Contemporary Art (MUCA) wants t o make a change by enrolling street art into art history and by building a bridge between the international art scene, artists and the public. The idea of MUCA is to bring art and its people together to a place of self-reflection, with the main question of what a visionary museum stands for.

Hotterstr. 12, 80331 München

Hofbräuhaus is one of Munich’s most famous and popular attractions and the brewery has been a source of inspiration for many song texts.

Am Platzl 9

Experience the unique taste of a vegetarian cuisine.

Frauenstraße 4

In the home town of Hugo Boss OUTLETCITY METZINGEN offers a unique and stylish shopping experience in modern inner-city surroundings with award winning architecture. Only two hours away from Frankfurt and Munich, you will find a wide range of premium and luxury brands in flagship outlets with savings up to 70 %* throughout the year. If you are visiting from a country outside the European Union, you qualify for tax-free shopping with an additional saving of up to 14.5 %. OUTLETCITY METZINGEN is the only outlet center in Germany that offers an immediate tax-free refund on site in cooperation with the international financial institution 'ReiseBank'.

Maienwaldstraße 2, D-72555, Metzingen
Stachus Passagen: surprisingly stylish and central

In the heart of Munich, right at the Karlsplatz, is where you’ll find the Stachus Passagen – Europe’s largest underground shopping centre. A shopping Eldorado appealing to trend-conscious shoppers with its wide range of more than 50 fashion, beauty and lifestyle stores and catering for every culinary taste with a large selection of restaurants.

Karlsplatz/Stachus, Munich


Munich Airport (MUC) is about 40 kilometres north of the city. The quickest way to get there is by commuter train (S8 or S1), which take respectively 41 and 35 minutes from Hauptbahnhof. S1 starts running at 03.45 and there is one train every twenty minutes until 23.25. S8 starts its first journey at 03.18 and runs every twenty minutes until 00.38. The Airport-City bus runs every twenty minutes from Hauptbahnhof (Busbahnhof, Arnulfstr.) and takes just over 40 minutes. Please notice, as the bus route goes via the Autobahn, there is heavy traffic every afternoon and it may take up to 2 hours to get to and from the airport. The first bus from the city centre leaves at 05.10 and the last one is at 19.50. Departures commence from MUC at 06.20 (start Terminal 2) and operates until 21.40. A taxi costs about € 60.

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