Whether you’re a soccer enthusiast or not, a fan of FC Bayern München or any other soccer club: the Allianz Arena in Munich, just like most major sports stadiums, is a sight you should definitely not miss. You can choose from several different Tours through the Allianz Arena, however, the Spieltagstour (Match Day Tour) is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. As the name suggests, the tour only takes place on days of.
Munich’s Glockenbach und Gärtnerplatz neighborhoods are located right in the Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt district and have become two of the hippest hot spots in the city since the 1990s– with hotelmüller München and carathotel München located conveniently right in the center of action! The name “Glockenbach” refers to a former foundry which also manufactured church bells. The foundry operated from 1476 to 1671 and did not form part of Munich’s urban area.
Everyone has experienced a situation like that: after having planned a long-awaited city trip over an extended weekend and having filled the days with an elaborate sightseeing program in your mind, it starts to rain the moment you arrive. While most of us are willing to ignore a few drops of rain, our desire to leave the house will most likely be killed off if the rain is pouring down. In this situation, you quickly need to come up with an alternative program – preferably one that keeps you inside as much as possible. Therefore, we’ll show you ways to explore Munich without getting wet and have a beautiful and exciting day despite the rain!
Munich is certainly one of the top destinations for tourists from Germany and travelers from all over the world in particular. But why is that so? To answer this question, we’ve assembled the 10 best reasons which, at least in our opinion, make a trip to Munich worthwhile!