Attractions in Munich

Attractions in Munich are all over the city, giving you loads to get stuck into. Whatever you’re into, there’s something in this German gem for you!

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Munich Attractions

Munich’s many attractions and landmarks attract visitors from all over the world from grand palaces to beer halls, medieval city gates to the sprawling university complex. One of the most famous attractions is Neus Rathaus (the New Town Hall) with its striking architecture and Gothic façade. Don’t forget its big sister, Altes Rathaus (the Old Town Hall). It was completely renovated 40 years ago and stands proudly in the square, boasting a tall clock tower dated back to the 12th century.

Hofbräuhaus, the city’s biggest beer hall, is absolutely massive and a must visit! It’s got three floors and a capacity of 5,000 people. Isartor City Gate has been restored and is home to a museum celebrating the life of German actor and comedian, Karl Valentin. If you’re visiting the city, you’ve got to see its most famous landmarks and, of course, take loads of photos.

Roof Climb Tour in Munich

Attractions in Munich

The Olympic Park hosts a massive range of sporting events, concerts, trade fairs and exhibitions with more than 215 registered visitors recorded. Why not see this Munich icon from a totally different perspective? Take on a daring Roof Climb Tour where you’ll scale the incredible heights of the Olympic Stadium. The instructors will provide the rope and carabiners, all you need to bring is some courage! Over the course of two hours, you’ll make the climb on the tent roof with a small group. You’ll reach giddy heights of 50m! Dare you look down or will those eyes be firmly shut?

We highly recommend having a look around at the top for the best views in Munich! From here, you’ll gaze upon the city’s skyline with its gorgeously Gothic architecture including the famous spires of Frauenkirche Church. On a sunny day, you can see the Zugspitze, the highest mountain in Germany, as well as the ever-impressive Bavarian Alps. The English-speaking guide will share the history of the Olympic Park and Stadium with you, giving you interesting facts on its architecture and construction for the 1972 Olympic Games. If you’re looking for something adrenaline pumping during your birthday, stag do or hen weekend in Munich, this is a great way to get your thrills while also learning a bit about the local area.

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