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The cityscape of the most beautiful city in the world is characterized by centuries-old buildings and numerous museums. There is so much to discover and experience in Munich. Luckily, it's only a stone's throw from our hotel to all the sightseeing hotspots. We reveal the insider tips for your city trip to Munich.


Whether it's for the Chimes, Christmas market or the Meisterfeier – the Marienplatz around the New Town Hall is busy at any time of year and there's plenty to see. The notorious Marienplatz is the ideal starting point for a sightseeing trip, as it is located in the center of the Bavarian capital and further sights can be found in the immediate vicinity.

Viktualien market

At the Viktualien market you can really find everything your heart desires! The culinary center of Munich offers everything from fresh fruit to meat and sausage products to regional dairy products to exotic spices and much more on an area of 22,000sqm at 140 stalls. The former farmers' market has now been one of Munich's landmarks for almost 200 years - and we think rightly so! In addition to the gourmet shops, there are snacks to eat and a cozy beer garden in the middle of the city center.

Opening hours:

Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Olympic Park

On 850,000sqm you will find some of the most important and impressive buildings in Munich: The Olympic Stadium, the Olympic Hall and the Olympic Tower - in summary, the Olympic Park. The huge park surrounding the buildings offers plenty of space for jogging and cycling and much more, not for nothing is the Olympic Park considered one of the most hotly sought-after places by Munich residents. Once built for the 1972 Olympic Games, the park is still considered a place of sports and culture: spectacular events and concerts take place here at regular intervals, and there are also many indoor sports options, such as ice skating or swimming. A place you should have seen in any case!