Munich city centre offers some of Munich’s famous attractions, such as the Frauenkirche (cathedral), Marienplatz and Altes Rathaus (main square and Old Town Hall), the Allianz Arena (football stadium), BMW Welt and Olympiapark (Olympic Park) in the north of the city, and the Kunstareal (museum area) with its world-famous museums – to name but a …
Go for a dip in a beautiful art nouveau building at Müller'sches Volksbad. Open since 1901, Müller'sches Volksbad is the oldest public indoor pool in the city. The palatial building on the banks of the Isar, not far from the Deutsches Museum, is also one of Munich’s finest examples of art nouveau architecture.
Munich, Germany’s third-largest metropolis, is a city of tankards and tech, artworks and eccentricity. It's generally a safe place to visit and few travelers have problems. While you can get by using common sense and street smarts, following our tips will make your trip to Munich go even more smoothly.
1. Marienplatz. The New Town Hall on Marienplatz. Start your Munich tour at the heart of the city. The Marienplatz (Square of our Lady) with its imposing neo-gothic city hall (“ Neues Rathaus “) is one of the best photography spots in the city. Every day at 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. the gigantic carillon comes to life.
Munich is also the city of some world-famous German exports like BMW, FC Bayern and the incomparable Oktoberfest, more than two weeks of beer-fuelled merrymaking every Autumn. Let’s explore the best things to do in Munich: 1. Alte Pinakothek Source: tichr / shutterstock Alte Pinakothek
The webcams at Marienplatz, the Hauptbahnhof main train station, Olympia park (Olympic Park) and the Flaucher river bank broadcast live images from Munich day and night. Simply click on the webcam you’d like to view at the top left and enjoy an authentic impression of Munich’s top attractions through the live images and live webcams.