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Leisure activities in Munich - discover the diverse range

The Bavarian capital offers its visitors a variety of leisure activities. Munich combines the bustle of a modern metropolis with traditional history. If you like sightseeing, animal or art, there's something here for everyone. The city centre invites with Gothic architecture, endless shopping possibilities and green parks, including the famous English Garden.

Leisure events in Munich for nature and technology lovers

A must for animal lovers is the zoo "Hellabrunn". In appropriate enclosures you can watch more than 17,000 animals from all continents. The zoo is located in the protected nature park by the Isar river. This area is one of the most important recreational parts of the city. Especially during summer people use the idyllic parks for walking, BBQ's and swimming. If you are more interested in cars, the BMW World is exactly the right thing. In this great museum with its avant-garde architecture, you can gain insight information into the history of the automobile manufacturer and admire historic engines as well as ultra-modern sports cars. The Bavarian movie town offers a look behind the scenes of the film industry. Visit the original places, where film classics were produced such as "The Boat" "and you will learn everything you ever wanted to know about film technique.

Sport events in Munich

The Munich Olympic Park is always a trip worthwhile. In 1972 the Summer Olympic Games were held here in Munich. Today it is used regularly for sporting events and concerts. If you not scared of heights, you can enjoy the spectacular views from the 292 metre high Olympic Tower. The Allianz Arena, the largest football stadium in the city, was opened in 2005 and hosts the matches of FC Bayern Munich and TSV 1860 Munich.

Munich - palace city

The most popular leisure activities in Munich include a visit to the stately palaces around the city such as directly in the city centre, the residence, the city palace in Munich. The fast palace houses today the Residential Museum. A real fairytale castle is also the Nymphenburg Palace, which attracts with its opulent splendour and beautiful park visitors from all over the world.

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English Garden in Munich

Idyllic situated on the river Isar is the English Garden in Munich. With an area of 375 hectares it is one of the largest parks in the world whose three large areas are nestled between the historic centre and the districts of Schwabing and… mehr erfahren

Farmers market in Munich

The Viktualienmarkt (farmer's market) is known in Munich same as the beer to Bavaria. Its history dates back to the year 1807. At that time it was only a small herb market, and it gradually evolved into a renowned farmer's market. The long… mehr erfahren