Hello in Munich!
At approximately 1.35 million inhabitants, the capital city of the Free State of Bavaria is Germany's third largest city and known throughout the world for its beer, the October Fest - better known as "the Wies'n" - and white sausages with pretzels. The most southern metropolis within Germany is called the village of millions for good reason: in spite of its size, the city on the Isar is known for its hospitality and coziness, with many inviting corners and quarters where the atmosphere is originally Bavarian and rustic.
More than only Bavarian beergarden culture
The Frauenkirche is Munich's most widely visible landmark. The Marienplatz, the lively Viktualienmarkt, the heavenly Schloss Nymphenburg with its expansive park setting, and the football temple Allianz Arena in the north are a must-see for any visitor to Munich. And don't forget: the English Gardens. It is among the world's largest inner city gardens. Located directly along the Isar, it houses Munich's most famous beergarden at the Chinese Tower.
Museums and trade shows with drawing power
But culture is also a major focus in Munich: The world-famous Munich Philharmonic is at home here, just as the National Theater, the State Theater, and a host of museums of world renown, such as the Deutsche Museum, the Pinakothek, and the Bayerische National Museum.
As the home to Messe München, the trade show city of Riem is host to many international trade shows and congresses, therefore making Munich of pivotal importance for economic affairs.
In total, it is one of the best loved, most livable cities in Germany, with an extensive offering for any taste and an ideal springboard for daytrips to the Alps and to one of the many lakes in the region. And when will you discover Munich?
- Eventsread more
Here you can find current information about street festivals,
sporting events and much more.
07 - 09 November 2014 Deutschland Cup Ice Hockey
Anyone who has seen an ice hockey game live will surely confirm the fascination with this fast sport. In Munich, the team from the German Ice Hockey Federation is battling 3 other teams for the title.
20 November - 07 December 2014 Munich Book Show
A festival for bookworms. The Munich Book Show, which takes place as part of the Literature Festival, is inviting reading enthusiasts to gain an overview of the latest book publications. About 20,000 books are available for perusal, ranging from novels to non-fiction and picture books, to children's books.
25 November -31 December 2014 Tollwood Winter Festival
The Summer Festival is followed by the traditional Tollwood Winter Festival in November/December. This time on the Theresienwiesen, only a short distance from the Fleming's Hotel München-City. More than 75% of the events are free of charge and range from theater to music and performances, including the Tollwood New Year's Eve party with the midnight waltz on the Theresienwiese as the night's highlight.
27 November - 24 December 2014 Christkindlmarkt
Every year, Munich's oldest Christmas market, the Christkindlmarket, is conducted on the Marienplatz. The "Krampuslauf" on 14 December and St. Nik's visit on 05 and 06 December are a special highlight.
- Concerts & musicalsread more
Find out which artists will soon be
on stage in Munich.
- 30 - 31 October 2014 Helene Fischer
- 21 November 2014 Udo Jürgens
- 27 November 2014 Elton John
- 10 December 2014 Bryan Adams
- 05 - 07 December 2014 Night of the Proms
- Cultural eventsread more
For information about museum exhibitions, opera performances
and other cultural events, please click here.
17 October 2014-19 January 2015 Alte Pinakothek
"Canaletto - Bernardo Bellotto paints Europe"
- Trade showsread more
Get an overview of the most important fairs
and conventions in Munich.
- 11 - 14 November 2014 Electronica: World Leading Trade Show for Electronic Components, Systems and Applications
- 26 - 30 November 2014 Heim + Handwerk: Trade show for building, furnishing, living