For beer fanatics, for those who appreciate the taste of European food and stroll through the best cultural spaces, always surrounded by art … let’s discover Munich. A home for luxurious hotels, design shops, and so many cultural places to find out.
Winner of Travellers’ Choice 2014, lying in the heart of the city, they offer the perfect mix of Oriental Style, German charm and internationally-renowned service.
Neuturmstrasse 1,80331 Munich, Germany
The moment you enter this building you will become aware of: firstly the atmosphere of a leading world-class luxury hotel in the heart of Munich and secondly you’ll feel welcome.
Hotel Bayerischer Hof Promenadeplatz 2-6, 80333 Munich
The Palace Hotel is the posh Bogenhausen quarter, is a very unique 5star boutique hotel. Family-run and personally managed with a contemporary yet classical style – the luxury hotel gets everyone in the moon to experience Munich.
Trogerstrasse 21, D-81675 München
History meets modernity at Sofitel Munich Bayerpost, a contemporary design hotel in Munich’s former Bavarian Royal Post Office. Behind the historic building’s neoclassical façade lies the jewel of Munich’s luxury hotels – a blend of avant-garde architecture, high technology and sumptuous French-inspired design.
80335 München, Germany
Luxury means different things to different people … for some luxury is having breakfast in bed; for others luxury is a day without their mobile phone! For us luxury means knowing your wishes before they are even mentioned … Our team is here for you – always.
Maximilianstraße 17, 80539 München,
A Munich favorite for drinks, atmosphere and food. The specialty in the main restaurant is to go for the chef’s 8 course menu where you tell him anything you don’t like and he surprises you with whatever is fresh that day. This is a unique and wonderful splurge for the average tourist.
Large south-facing sun terrace awaits you whenever the weather is good; inside, in the cosy dining room – their “wine cellar” with bistro-style tables – you can enjoy exceptional wines from Italy’s famous wine regions. They treat yourself to a delicious cappuccino, or perhaps a little Italian “pick-me-up” espresso.
Austernkeller (“oyster celler”) serves Munich’s largest selection of bivalves and seafood, all fresh and flown in daily. Close to the Isar Tor, the restaurant is easy to reach by public transportation, but the entrance is subterranean so look carefully or you may miss it.
This is the epitome of a traditional German beer garden. Housed in an immense hall that is as wide as a city block and with seating for hundreds of diners and beer connoisseurs.
Neuhauser Straße 27
Schulstraße 9, 80634 München,
Phone:+49 89 164238
In the store of the senses, Ludwig Beck presents across seven elegant floors a unique selection of fashion and accessories including international designer labels, luxurious cosmetics, lifestyle products and special services.
Ludwig Beck Marienplatz 11 80331 Munich
Is famous for creating fashion for women who want to put their feminine silhouette perfectly. An extremely elegant and feminine fashion place.
Maffeistrasse 4 Munich
It offers an exquisite selection of exclusive fragrances and skincare products, competent, personal consultations, and high-quality cosmetic treatments.
Theatinerstraße 35, 80333 Munich
We lock you up in a mysterious room, and give you exactly 60 precious minutes to free yourselves. The task at hand is not easy at all. You will only succeed with creativity, imagination and ingenuity
Frankfurter Ring 193A, 80807 München
Close to Munich’s English Garden is a unique ensemble of three museums, each of them highlighting a different period in European art. Start with the Alte Pinakothek, home to over 800 European masterpieces from the Middle Ages to the end of the Rococo
Barer Strasse 27. D-80799 Munich
New Town Hall
The Neue Rathaus (New Town Hall) is a magnificent neo-gothic building from the turn of the century which architecturally dominates the north side of Munich’s Marienplatz.
Marienplatz 8, 80331 München
The Neue Pinakothek features art and sculpture from the late 18th to the beginning of the 20th century. Highlights include German art of the 19th century with paintings from romanticist Caspar David Friedrich and the private art collection of King Ludwig I.
Barer Straße 29, 80799 München
Pinakothek der Moderne
The biggest museum for modern art in Germany is being constructed in the immediate vicinity of the Alte and Neu Pinakothek: the Pinakothek der Moderne.
Barer Straße 40, 80333 München
2. Night Life
There is absolutely nothing spectacular looking about Atomic Café. But for years, this Alstadt live space has showcased a parade of bands on their way up.
Häberlstrasse 19 Munich
Once a jobbing barman, now in his 70s, Charles Schumann is arguably Germany’s most legendary bar owner.
Odeonsplatz 6+7 Munich
Located on the stunning Maximiliansplatz, Pacha is a popular club where the beautiful people of Munich show up
Maximiliansplatz 5, 80333 München
Crowded cocktail bar where stylish young people meet shoulder to shoulder. Party sound. Tasty cocktails and exotic dishes.
Lehel, Sternstr. 21, Munich
Classy bar. Celebrity guests. International cuisine and cocktails, menus that differ each day; open daily until 3 am.
Altstadt, Maximilianstr. 36, Munich
The local chapter of the IxDA has really blossomed lately. We’ve had awesome, very practical talks offered by local designers who are working (in the trenches) and want to help you do your job better. There are a variety of event formats, from the standard talk to the UX Debate (a panel with crowd participation), and a book club. All of the educational components are followed by beer and socializing of course.
Café L’Amar, Pestalozzistraße 28, 80469 Munich
Hosted by frog, these events are short, social and highly inspirational. Breakfast served promptly at 8:30 am, but trickle in until shortly after 9. The crowd at this event is mainly of the Design Professional persuasion and they’re all very approachable, interesting people.
Munich Design Jam is a day-long hack-a-thon for designers. They’ve been organizing these sessions for the past year (4 quarterly events so far), and attendess are usually a combination of different design and development professions.
Make Munich is a yearly tech and DIY festival. This was a huge event last year – we had over 2000 attendees over the weekend, with speakers, workshops, demos, and all of the nerdy maker tools you could ever want to get your hands on. This years’ event announcement coming soon.
UX Munich was a totally phenomenal conference held by the Refresh Munich folks in 2013. We’ve heard whispers that it could be a repeat occurrence, so keep an eye out.