Things to do


Augustiner Bräu
Neuhauserstr. 27
Tel.: +49-89-23183-257
Enjoy delicious Bavarian cuisine in the heart of Munich´s pedestrian zone. It has a beautiful little beergarden in the quiet and sunny inner courtyard.

Weinhaus Neuner
Herzogspitalstr. 8
Tel.: +49-89-260 39 54
Experience selected gourmet food in a fantastic atmosphere and enjoy the fine wines offered to each meal.

Maximilianstr. 18
Tel.: +49-89-549 13 00
Enjoy a pleasant time in this exclusive restaurant with a modern and sophisticated atmosphere and an excellent menu.

L'Osteria im Künstlerhaus
Lenbachplatz 8
Tel.: +49-89-99 01 98 10
A beautiful italian restuarant with a wonderful sun terrace. Perfect pizza and pasta in Venitian style.

Bohne & Malz
Weinstr. 3
Tel.: +49-89-557179
Bohne & Malz offers international food until late at night. Al fresco tables in summer.

Bistro Tizian
Maxburgstr. 4
Tel.: +49-89-29 16 39 38
An Italian restaurant with a very special atmosphere and menu. Enjoy the original and rich breakfast menue on the nice terrace in the courtyard with fountain.


Minich is a beautifully historical town. Take, some time to visit some of its must see attracttions.


Marienplatz is the central square in the heart of Munich; from here, you can explore many old and wonderful buildings, churches and landmarks. Marienplatz houses the Mariensäule, the Marian Column topped with the golden statue of Virgin Mary, and it is also home to the Old and the New Town Hall of Munich.


No trip to Munich is complete without a visit to the most famous beer hall in the world, the Hofbräuhaus. The Hofbräuhaus brewery was built in 1589, and in the surface of the long wooden tables, you can spot names, comments, and dates that were engraved more than 100 years ago.

The Residence Palace of Munich

At the edge of Munich's old town lies the Residence, the former royal palace of the Bavarian monarchs. Today the Residence houses one of the best European museums of interior decoration. The Residence, whose first buildings were constructed in 1385, consists of ten courtyards and beautiful historical gardens. The museum itself displays 130 rooms with antique furniture, art, porcelain, and tapestries that span the Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, and the neoclassical era.

The Olympic Stadium of Munich

This stadium was the site of the 1972 Summer Olympics, and its design was revolutionary and futuristic for its time: The sweeping and transparent canopies of acrylic glass that were modeled on the Alps are the signature characteristic of the Olympic Stadium.

The English Garden

Just a few blocks northeast of the Munich Residence is the English Garden, Munich's largest park. Bigger than Central Park in New York, this green oasis is a wonderful place to explore: Rent a paddle boat, stroll along the wooded paths, visit one of its traditional beer gardens, and watch the German answer to surfing on the currents of the waterway called Eisbach.


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