Activities & sights

Town Hall (city centre) 1.2 km


The New Town Hall at Marienplatz in Munich is home to the Lord Mayor, the City Council and the headquarters of the City Administration. It was built from 1867 to 1909 in three construction stages by Georg von Hauberrisser in neo-Gothic style. The glockenspiel with 43 bells, whose chiming is triggered, according to season, alternately by six different rollers, sounds every day at 11 and 12 a.m. as well as from March to October at 5 p.m. The actual mechanism is located below the spire and can also be played individually. The smallest of the bells weighs 10 kg and has a diameter of 18 cm, the largest weighs 1,300 kg with a diameter of 125 cm; in total, the bells weigh 7,000 kg.

Town Hall (city centre) 1.2 km





Oktoberfest 1.0 km


The Oktoberfest in Munich (colloquially known as „Wiesn“) is the largest fair in the world. It has been taking place since 1810 on Theresienwiese in the Bavarian state capital Munich and is visited year after year by around six million people; in the year 2011, Oktoberfest attracted almost seven million visitors. For Oktoberfest, Munich’s breweries brew a special beer („Wiesn-Märzen“) with more original gravity and, therefore, a higher percentage of alcohol (around 6-7%).

Oktoberfest 1.0 km





Viktualienmarkt 1.1 km


The Viktualienmarkt was set up in 1807 as a herb market on the premises of the Holy Ghost Hospital. Over time, the small market was expanded and renamed Viktualienmarkt (“Viktualien” is a Late Latin word for “food”). Also today you will find fresh exotic and local foods of the best quality at the numerous stalls at Viktualienmarkt.

Viktualienmarkt 1.1 km





Town Hall (city centre) 1.2 km


The New Town Hall at Marienplatz in Munich is home to the Lord Mayor, the City Council and the headquarters of the City Administration. It was built from 1867 to 1909 in three construction stages by Georg von Hauberrisser in neo-Gothic style. The glockenspiel with 43 bells, whose chiming is triggered, according to season, alternately by six different rollers, sounds every day at 11 and 12 a.m. as well as from March to October at 5 p.m. The actual mechanism is located below the spire and can also be played individually. The smallest of the bells weighs 10 kg and has a diameter of 18 cm, the largest weighs 1,300 kg with a diameter of 125 cm; in total, the bells weigh 7,000 kg.

Town Hall (city centre) 1.2 km





Alte / Neue Pinakothek 1.5 km


The Neue Pinakothek in Munich is a museum of European art of the 19th century. Located in Munich’s art district, it forms a link between its two sister institutions – the Alte Pinakothek with the Old Masters and the Pinakothek der Moderne for art of the 20th and 21st century.

Alte / Neue Pinakothek 1.5 km





Englischer Garten 3.9 km


The Englischer Garten is a green area of 3.75 square kilometres in Munich‘s North East on the west bank of the Isar and is amongst the largest parks in the world. Its name has its roots in the English landscape gardens, which were taken as models by Friedrich Ludwig von Sckell when designing the area. Munich’s Englischer Garten was amongst the first large Continental European parks that were open to the public. As one of the world’s most spacious inner-city parks, the Englischer Garten is very popular both amongst locals as well as tourists. Numerous beer gardens offer an opportunity for a cool beer and a Bavarian snack.

Englischer Garten 3.9 km





Olympic Park 4.1 km


The Olympic Park in Munich was the venue of the XX Summer Olympics 1972 and is located on Oberwiesenfeld. Today, it continues to be a venue for sport events as well as for cultural, social or religious/ideological events or church services. The Olympic Park is administered by Olympiapark München GmbH, a hundred percent investment company of the city of Munich.

Olympic Park 4.1 km





Hellabrunn Zoo 4.8 km


Munich’s Hellabrunn Zoo was opened on 1st August 1911 and celebrated its 100-year anniversary in the year 2011. In Hellabrunn, more than 700 species and more than 17,800 specimens live in different animal worlds. With 25 bridges across various watercourses and channels, Munich’s zoo with 40 hectares overall is sometimes referred to as ‘Venice of the zoos’. In the year 2011, 1.8 million people visited Hellabrunn Zoo.
Hellabrunn Zoo is marked by its natural location in the nature reserve of the Isarauen. The entire park is interspersed with a dense water system of streams and small lakes. Thanks to these watercourses, which are often used as natural enclosure barriers, and the original environment with an widespread and old tree population, visitors are allowed a largely barrier-free view of the animals.

Hellabrunn Zoo 4.8 km





Nymphenburg Palace 5.0 km


Nymphenburg Palace is located in Munich’s West in the urban district Neuhausen-Nymphenburg. It forms a unit with the Nymphenburg Palace Garden and the small park castles. It is amongst the large royal palaces of Europe and today is a frequently visited sight. The palace was, for a long time, the summer residence of the Wittelsbach famil

Nymphenburg Palace 5.0 km





Allianz Arena 10.3 km


Allianz Arena is a football stadium in the North of Munich and offers 71,137 seats in Bundesliga matches.

Since the season 2005/2006 the two Munich football clubs FC Bayern München and TSV 1860 München have been contesting their home matches in Allianz Arena. Moreover, it was venue of the football world cup of 2006 and of the finals of the UEFA Champions League 2012. Initially in joint possession of FC Bayern München AG and TSV München von 1860 GmbH & Co. KGaA, FC Bayern München AG later bought the shares of TSV München von 1860 GmbH & Co. KGaA and is now sole owner.

Allianz Arena 10.3 km





Therme Erding 41.8 km


“Discover your paradise!”

Discover in Europe’s largest thermal bath complex, THERME ERDING, variety that will captivate you. There you will find peace, relaxation, adventure, fun and fascination. The GALAXY ERDING offers fun on 20 slides catering for every taste. The exotic thermal paradise including VitalOase (‘oasis of vitality’) invites you to bath in healing thermal waters under palm trees. And in the world’s largest sauna paradise you may enjoy unique attractions involving warmth, water and well-being.

Therme Erding in Erding is, with its 14.5 hectares, the largest thermal bath in Europe. It is visited each day by 4,000 people. The thermal bath contains four thematic areas, the water slide area “Galaxy”, the “Thermal Paradise”, the “VitalOase” and the “Sauna Paradise”.

The Therme is definitely worth a visit.

Therme Erding 41.8 km