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Closing date for Munich: 31.3.2021

Things to do in Bavaria’s capital

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Things to do in Bavaria’s capital

  • Visit our Marienhof infrastructure project
    Just behind the famous town hall we are building the new Marienhof station, the central stop on Munich’s Second Core S-Bahn Route. The new station is located around 40 m below the surface and is the deepest tertiary construction project in Munich’s history. Come and have a look! You can read more about this exciting civil engineering project here .

  • Deutsches Museum
    The largest technology museum in the world, but also an exhibition space and a huge playground. Visitors can turn knobs, operate levers and switches, handle many of the exhibits and in so doing learn at first hand about the wonders of science and technology.

  • See for miles from the Olympic Tower
    The 290 m high tower stands in the middle of the Olympiapark, created for the 1972 Olympic Games. There is a terrific view from its observation platform: you can see the Olympic Stadium, the Olympic Hall with its world famous tent roof construction, the 850,000 m2 of park grounds and the whole city of Munich.

  • The “city’s living room”
    At 22,000 m2 Munich’s biggest market, the Viktualienmarkt, offers a huge range of fresh products sold by bakers, butchers, fishmongers, delis and flower stalls. Food stalls and a friendly beer garden (complete with maypole) encourage visitors to spend time socialising together.

  • A piece of Italy
    The Gärtnerplatz was built in 1860 as the central square for the district of Isarvorstadt. These days its Mediterranean flair and its many bars, restaurants and shops make it a central focus of this trendy part of the city.