MUNICH – Bavarian metropolis between tradition and modernity
“Between art and beer, Munich is suspended like a village between hills.” (Heinrich Heine) – Situated in front of the breathtaking scenery of the Alps, Munich is the highlight of the South. In addition to the Oktoberfest, football and business, Munich is also known for its diverse cultural scene and architecture.Located on the banks of the Isar, Munich offers its residents and visitors the opportunity to experience sports events, high-caliber musicians and culture at any time of the year. As the city of the Olympic Games, FC Bayern Munich and TSV 1860 Munich this shows the sporting potential of the city. Comfort is guaranteed by the welcoming atmosphere during the biggest folk festival in the world – the Oktoberfest. Those looking for a bit more relaxation, away from the hustle and bustle, will find their peace on one of the countless green areas of the English Garden.
The culture of Munich captivates on the one hand by countless designer shops and restaurants in trendy districts like the Glockenbach or Schwabing, on the other hand by its classical architecture and exciting exhibitions in the Pinakothek, the Deutsche Museum or also in the BMW Museum. The economic and technologically innovative progress coupled with traditional values from costume to Viktualienmarkt make up the very special charm and attraction of the city.