The original Munich Travel Guide

It began in 1996 when I realised that there was very little information available on the Internet, which was becoming more widely used to search for information. As an Englishman living in Munich, there was much to see and do. Kodak kindly presented me with a DC120 digital camera free of charge, so that images could be
made available on the Travel Guide
Over the years a number of
important changes have been
made to ensure it was compatible
with the changing standards. This
site now shows well on iPhones,
iPad, Smartphones, and Tablets.

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Nightlife: There is so much to see and do in Munich, at anytime of the year. Shopping is great, with fine restaurants and an extensive public transport system.
If you are looking for the Munich beer festival, called the Oktoberfest, the link is in the menu bar. The aim is to provide Munich Tourist information.
Dining outside in Munich Munich Airport Oktoberfest at night

Nightlife in Munich is thriving with over 6,000 licensed establishments in the city, especially in Schwabing, which is still the main quarter for students and artists. Lots of cool bars, clubs and restaurants. More City News
BMW Museum and Welt shows their unique architecture and have become tourist magnets, while linking the history of BMW and the present time.
MINI, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars and the BMW Group are at present now in the Welt. This multifaceted world encompasses restaurants, shops and a delivery center of Bayerische Motorenwerke numerous events, performances and activities. Excitment, thrills, cutting edge innovations and elegant design. This exhibitions bring alive the BMW brands for the visitors. More Museum News

Welcome to Munich Beer Festival

Oktoberfest is the world's largest fair held annually in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. It is a 16-day festival running from late September to the first weekend in October with more than 6 million people from around the world attending the event every year.

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To the locals, it is not called Oktoberfest, but "die Wies'n"

Munich Information:: The aim is to provide Munich Tourist information.
⇒Shopping hours are normally 09.00 – 20.00 except on Saturday when most close at 18.00.
⇒Tourist office open 7 days a week at the main railway station (Hauptbahnhof)
⇒Supermarket in the Hauptbahnhof is open until 21.00pm. There are a number of fast food outlets.
⇒* Credit cards are taken in many shops and restaurants, but are still not used everywhere.
⇒If you plan to visit Munich, please check all information with your travel company.
   Oktoberfest starts at 12.00am on September 22nd & goes until 7th October 2014. Don’t be late.
⇒Germany has introduced a countrywide ban on smoking in bars and restaurants.
⇒All Munich information is provided here in good faith. No responsibility for errors or admissions accepted.
The Allianz Arena

The Allianz Arena is the third biggest stadium in Germany behind Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund and the Olympiastadion in Berlin. TSV 1860 München previously had a 50% share in the stadium but FC Bayern Munich bought their shares out for 11 million euros in April, 2006. This still allows TSV 1860 München to play at the stadium but they own no rights to it.

The stadium has been nicknamed "Schlauchboot" (inflatable boat). The museum of Bayern Munich, FC Bayern Erlebniswelt, is located inside the Allianz Arena. The stadium is located at the northern edge of Munich's borough of Schwabing-Freimann on the Fröttmaning Heath. It is the first stadium in the world that has a full changing color outside.

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