Maritim Hotel München

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Maritim Hotel München

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Places of interest

A visit to the Bavarian capital is rewarding at any time of the year! Whether it is summer or winter, there is always something new and exciting to discover here!


Do visit:

  • Amalienburg
  • Bavarian State Library
  • Botanical Garden
  • Eilles Hof
  • English Garden
  • Palace of the Archbishop
  • Frauenkirche (Church of our Lady)
  • Hofbräuhaus
  • Karlstor
  • Löwenturm
  • Ludwig-Maximilians University
  • Maximilianeum
  • Neues Rathaus
  • Olympic Stadium
  • Government of Oberbayern
  • Ruffinihaus
  • Ruhmeshalle
  • Nymphenburg Castle
  • Victory gate
  • St. Peter
  • Theresienwiese
  • Viktualienmarkt


Pinakothek der Moderne

The Pinakothek der Moderne displays four important collections in the areas of art, graphics, architecture and design in 12,000 sq.m. of exhibition space, all under one roof. Major works of modernism like Beckmann, Kandinsky, Klee, Magritte and Picasso form the core of the art collection. Important bodies of work of the following generations of artists, represented by artists such as Bacon, Baselitz, Beuys, Judd, de Koonig, Polke, Twombly and Warhol, mark the various positions of 20th century art.

Opening hours
Daily (except Mondays) from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Thursday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Entry fee
Adults: 10 €
Reduced: 7 €
Sundays: 1 €


Deutsches Museum (German Museum)

Sailboats, models of the atom, windmills, spaceships, diesel locomotives, industrial robots, organs, rescue ships, ...
This incredible range of technological achievements and much more are presented in the Deutsches Museum. A house of superlatives: It is not only one of the first scientific and technological museums in the world, but also one of the most frequented and the largest, spanning 50,000 sq.m. The Railway Museum that was re-opened in the old trade fair hall in 2003 is also part of the Deutsches Museum, as is the aircraft maintenance and building yard at Oberschleißheim with numerous airplanes.

Opening hours
6th October to 1st March from 10 a.m. to 17 p.m.
2nd March to 3rd November from 9 a.m. to 17 p.m. 

Entry fees
Day ticket adults: 14 €
Day ticket reduced: 8 €
Day ticket school children and college students: 4,50 €
Day ticket for families: 29 €

Bavaria Filmstadt (Film City)

The Bavaria Filmstadt is one of the biggest and most successful film and television studios in Europe (320,000 sq.m.). Visitors can visit the original locations of popular TV hits and famous motion pictures such as "Marienhof", "The Boat", "The Unending Story", "Asterix and Obelix against Caesar", various street and houses used as sets.
Added attractions are the 30-minute long Bavaria Action Show and a "Showscan Kino", in which the cinema hall seats move in synchronisation with the action on the screen.

Opening hours
in Summer from 23th March to 3rd November: from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
in Winter from 4th November to 11th April: from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
In the main-season guided tours in English at 1 p.m.
The Erlebniskino (adventure cinema) is open daily in summer from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. In winter daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (closed on 24th and 25th December).
The Bavaria Action Show takes place almost daily at 12 a.m.; sometimes also at 1.30 p.m. and 3 p.m.

Entry fees
Guided tour 90 minutes
Adults: 14 €
Children (from 6 to 17 years old): 12 €
Reduced: 13 €
Groups with more than 20 persons: 12 € per person
Family ticket (2 Adults with their own children, valid only on sundays): 44 €

Combined ticket (Guided tour, filmcity studio  and 4D Adventure Cinema)
Adults: 27.50 €
Children (from 6 to 17 years old): 22 €
Reduced: 26.50 €
Groups with more than 20 persons: 21 € per person
Family ticket (2 Adults with their own children, valid only on Sundays): 84 €


Beer Gardens and Oktoberfest

In earlier times when brewers were desperate to keep their beer cool during the summer, they stored their barrels in cellars and planted chestnut trees above them, since their wide branches and large leaves keep the place nice and shady. This was the beginning of the famous Bavarian tradition. Today there are about 180 beer gardens in Munich and every year Munich's largest and most traditional breweries cordially invite you to join the festivities. Drink beer by the litre (sodas and water are also available), eat traditional Bavarian food such as pretzels with a diameter of 15 inches. Listen to live brass bands playing traditional Bavarian music as well as more up-to-date music, and enjoy yourself with hundreds of other people from all over the world, dancing and singing the hours away.


Auer Dult

Let´s go to the Dult!
Three times a year Munich invites to the "Dult", a traditional fair and market.
Then the Mariahilf Square buzzes nine days long with people strolling and looking, eating and drinking, laughing and shopping. The Auer Dult offers traditional merry-go-round just like handmade pottery or herbs for your good pot of tea - a market like a children´s fairy tale...

  • Maidult: 25th April to 3rd May 2015
  • Jakobidult: 25th July to 2nd August 2015
  • Kirchweihdult: 17th to 25th October 2015
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