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Explore München: A Free Guide to Discovering Bavaria

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Guten Tag, adventurers! Ready to plunge into the heart of Bavaria where lederhosen meets laptop?

Munich isn’t just a city; it’s a bustling fusion of age-old traditions and sleek, modern vibes.

Here, every cobblestone and corner has a story, and we’re not just talking beer and bratwurst (though, trust us, they’re stellar).

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With personalized audio guides that whisper Munich’s secrets and scandals right in your ear, and interactive maps that navigate you like a local, Wingman is transforming how you explore Munich.

From the echoing halls of the Residenz to the futuristic gleam of BMW Welt, experience tours tailored just for you.

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Münich Trivia - Did You Know?

Did you know Munich is home to more than 60 beer gardens? It’s the perfect place to say “Prost!” with a pint under a leafy chestnut tree. Cheers to exploring the world’s most convivial city!

Top 3 wingman tours in münich

Whether you’re a history buff, a sports fanatic, or a lover of local culture, Wingman’s specially curated tours offer something for everyone.

Get ready to explore Munich in a way that’s as unique as you are. Here are our top three must-experience tours in Munich for 2024!

Munich’s WWII Story: Echoes of the Past

Step back in time with us and unravel the dark tapestry of Munich’s role in the Third Reich. From the shadows of the Hofbräuhaus where the Nazi Party was born, to the harrowing grounds of the Dachau Lager, just 17 km from the city—this isn’t just a tour; it’s a profound journey through history.

We’ll explore sites where Hitler and his cohorts set the wheels of their devastating agenda in motion, and where the city first resisted and then remembered. Munich’s brave, unflinching look at its past offers lessons that are as relevant as today’s headlines.

This tour isn’t just educational—it’s essential.

Kick-off München: A Sport Adventure

Got a case of football fever? Perfect timing! Munich is buzzing with excitement as it hosts Euro 2024, and we’ve got your front-row ticket to the action.

Start at the iconic Allianz Arena, feel the pulse at the Olympic Park, and dive into the newly minted FC Bayern World.

Think that’s all? Wait until you see surfers riding the Eisbach Wave—right in the heart of the city! Whether you’re a die-hard Bayern fan or a newbie to the beautiful game, this tour will get your heart racing. Ready to lace up and cheer on?

From Odeonsplatz to Viktualienmarkt: Munich’s Treasured Gems

Why does Karlsplatz have the nickname Stachus? What’s the story behind the eight clocks of St. Peter’s Church?

Discover these answers and more on a stroll from Odeonsplatz to the bustling Viktualienmarkt. Immerse yourself in Munich’s rich history and vibrant culture as you navigate through its iconic landmarks.

Cap off your exploration with a sensory feast at the Viktualienmarkt—where the scents of fresh pretzels, spicy sausages, and sweet mustards create a Bavarian symphony for your senses. This tour isn’t just a walk; it’s a gateway to the heart and soul of Munich.

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Dining Dilemmas: Skip the Tourist Price Tag

Save your Euros where it counts! Steer clear of those shiny, overpriced eateries lurking around Marienplatz and the Viktualienmarkt. Dig deeper into Munich’s side streets for authentic Bavarian cuisine that won’t have your wallet wailing in despair.

Souvenir Smarts: Keep It Authentic

Don’t get stuck with a “Made Elsewhere” souvenir. Bavarian craftsmanship is worth your penny—think hand-carved cuckoo clocks and authentic Lederhosen. Scope out local markets or small artisan shops where the real treasures hide!

Timing is Everything: Beat the Crowds

Love breathing room? Plan your visits to Munich’s star attractions like the Neuschwanstein Castle or BMW Museum during early mornings or late afternoons. Skip the rush hours and enjoy a more personal encounter with Munich’s wonders.

Avoid Generic Tours: Choose Unique Experiences

Bypass those cookie-cutter group tours that herd you around like cattle. Opt for unique, specialized tours that cater to your interests—whether it’s Bavarian brewing arts or a deep dive into Munich’s architectural marvels. Personalize your adventure with experiences that speak to your soul, not just your camera lens.

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Unlock the secrets of Munich with our guide to hidden gems that reveal the city’s lesser-known treasures.
Immerse yourself in the undiscovered corners of the city and experience Munich like a true local.

Monopteros in the Englischer Garten

Nestled in the expansive Englischer Garten, the Monopteros offers a panoramic view of Munich unlike any other.
Climb the steps to this Greek-style temple and let the cityscape take your breath away.
Insider Tip: Visit at sunset for a breathtaking spectacle as the city lights begin to twinkle.
Coordinates: 48.1509° N, 11.5976° E.

Fröttmaninger Berg

Just north of Munich, Fröttmaninger Berg is a lesser-known hill offering some of the best views of the skyline and the nearby Alps on clear days.
It’s a quiet spot, perfect for a reflective moment away from the city bustle.
Insider Nudge: Pack a picnic and enjoy a serene escape with a backdrop of the stunning Alps.
Coordinates: 48.2187° N, 11.6160° E.

Alter Südfriedhof

The Old South Cemetery (Alter Südfriedhof) is not only a place of rest but a piece of Munich’s history and a hidden oasis of tranquility. Wander through ancient gravestones and beautifully maintained gardens in this quiet enclave in the heart of the city.

Insider Whisper: Look for the graves of famous Munich residents like Joseph Fraunhofer for a touch of historical intrigue.

Coordinates: 48.1300° N, 11.5667° E.

Feldherrnhalle Roof Terrace

For a truly unique view, the roof terrace at Feldherrnhalle is a gem often missed by tourists and locals alike.
Accessible through a little-known entrance, this spot offers an unparalleled vista of the Odeonsplatz below.
Insider Tip: Access is sometimes restricted, so check opening times beforehand to avoid disappointment.
Coordinates: 48.1425° N, 11.5772° E.

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culinary delights of münich

Indulge in the rich flavors of Munich with our selection of must-try culinary delights.

From traditional Bavarian specialties to sweet treats that satisfy your dessert cravings, this guide serves up the best of Munich’s food scene.

Weisswurst Breakfast at Viktualienmarkt

Experience a true Bavarian breakfast with Weisswurst, a traditional white sausage, at the vibrant Viktualienmarkt. Surrounded by fresh produce and bustling market life, this is where locals come to savor this morning specialty.

Insider Tip: Enjoy your Weisswurst the traditional way with sweet mustard, pretzels, and a Weissbier—even if it’s before noon!

Coordinates: 48.1351° N, 11.5760° E.

Schnitzel at Wirtshaus in der Au

Dive into a plate of golden, crispy Schnitzel at Wirtshaus in der Au, renowned for its hearty Bavarian dishes served in a rustic setting. This is a favorite among locals for an authentic taste of Munich’s culinary heritage.

Insider Nugget: Ask for the “Schnitzel Wiener Art” to get a taste of the classic preparation, ideally paired with a local lager.

Coordinates: 48.1289° N, 11.5894° E.

Dampfnudel from Café Frischhut

Sweeten your Munich visit with Dampfnudel, a traditional Bavarian sweet dumpling, served warm at Café Frischhut. This cozy café offers a delectable array of pastries that are a hit with anyone with a sweet tooth.

Insider Treat: Time your visit for the afternoon to enjoy freshly baked Dampfnudeln coming straight out of the oven.

Coordinates: 48.1366° N, 11.5756° E.

Apfelstrudel at Café Mozart

Enjoy the quintessentially Bavarian dessert, Apfelstrudel, at Café Mozart. Known for its delightful pastries and elegant café atmosphere, it’s a perfect spot to relax after a day of exploring.

Insider Slice: Pair your Apfelstrudel with a cup of their richly brewed coffee for the ultimate café experience. 

Coordinates: 48.1390° N, 11.5682° E.

cultural insights of münich

This section offers a closer look at the unique blend of historical richness and contemporary flair that defines Munich. From world-class museums and theaters to lively festivals and Bavarian folk customs. Making Munich a captivating destination for connoisseurs of culture.

Bavarian State Opera

Step into the grandeur of the Bavarian State Opera, one of the world’s finest opera houses, where every performance is a blend of spectacular talent and breathtaking productions. This cultural beacon in the heart of Munich offers a spellbinding schedule of opera and ballet throughout the year.

Insider Tip: Secure your tickets in advance, especially for their renowned summer opera festival, to experience a world-class performance that captivates and inspires. 

Coordinates: 48.1391° N, 11.5793° E.

Münchner Kammerspiele

Experience cutting-edge theatre at the Münchner Kammerspiele, an avant-garde venue known for its bold and innovative productions. This theater pushes the boundaries of drama, blending contemporary themes with unconventional staging.

Insider Tip: Check out their late-night performances, often followed by lively discussions with the cast and directors—a real treat for theatre aficionados! 

Coordinates: 48.1378° N, 11.5757° E.


No visit to Munich is complete without experiencing the world-famous Oktoberfest, where Bavarian traditions come alive with a modern twist.

Revel in the festive atmosphere with authentic music, hearty food, and, of course, the best Bavarian beer.

Insider Tip: Don’t just stick to the main tents; explore smaller tents for a more intimate and authentic fest experience.

Coordinates: 48.1313° N, 11.5525° E.

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Well-known Fact: Marienplatz has been the heart of Munich since 1158 and serves as the central square in the city. It is famous for the Glockenspiel in the New Town Hall, which enchants spectators with its reenactments of historical Bavarian events.

Neuschwanstein Castle

Well-known Fact: Located just a short trip from Munich, Neuschwanstein Castle is one of the most visited castovaledes in Europe and was the inspiration for Disney’s Sleeping Beauty Castle. This fairy-tale castle, set against the stunning backdrop of the Bavarian Alps, offers breathtaking views and a peek into the 19th-century romanticism.

English Garden

Well-known Fact: One of the largest urban parks in the world, the English Garden exceeds even London’s Hyde Park and Central Park in New York in size. It features a serene landscape dotted with traditional beer gardens, a Japanese teahouse, and meandering pathways.

Deutsches Museum

Well-known Fact: The Deutsches Museum is one of the oldest and largest science and technology museums in the world. Located on an island in the Isar River, it covers topics from mining to nanotechnology and offers interactive exhibits ideal for all ages.


Well-known Fact: A daily food market and a square in the center of Munich, Viktualienmarkt offers a variety of gourmet food, exotic fruit, spices, cheese, and traditional Bavarian specialties like pretzels and Weisswurst. It’s a culinary delight and a great place to mingle with locals.

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Very impactful tour. The history was well-presented and truly moving. Highly recommend

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Fantastic sports tour! Loved visiting the iconic stadiums and experiencing the local sports culture

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Great mix of history and local flavors. The market was a highlight

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