Discover Munich with our Free Audio Guide

Get to know the best places to visit, the historical curiosities, its architecture, things to do and the most interesting legends of Munich, while enjoying a walk through its streets.

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About the city of Munich: Your comprehensive guide

Step into a city where history, culture, and modern life blend seamlessly! Get lost in time with stunning Gothic architecture and let the rich Bavarian traditions captivate you. Whether it's visiting the awe-inspiring Neuschwanstein Castle or enjoying a local beer fest, you're in for an experience like no other. And while you're here, Marienplatz is an absolute must-see. For the foodies, nothing says 'local cuisine' better than Weisswurst and a cold pint of beer. Don't miss out!

Gastronomy: Delicious Discoveries

When in Munich, one must indulge in the classic Weisswurst, a traditional Bavarian sausage made from minced veal and pork back bacon. Usually flavored with parsley, lemon, mace, onions, ginger, and cardamom, the sausages are traditionally served with sweet mustard and freshly baked pretzels, perfect for breakfast.

For a hearty meal, do try the Schweinshaxe, a roasted ham hock, particularly popular in Bavaria. It's typically served with potatoes and sauerkraut, providing a savory and filling experience that represents the essence of Bavarian cuisine.

The versatile Leberkäse, a Bavarian meatloaf, is also a staple, commonly enjoyed in a bread roll with mustard as a sandwich, making it a quick and delicious snack for those on the go.

The unmissable Brezn or Bavarian pretzel accompanies most meals and is often enjoyed with obatzda, a spiced cheese-butter spread.

To satisfy your sweet tooth, the iconic Apfelstrudel, a layered pastry filled with tart cooking apples, flaky crust, raisins, and spiced with cinnamon, is an exemplary choice.

Munich’s signature beer, the Weissbier, a wheat beer, is ubiquitous and pairs exceptionally well with traditional Bavarian dishes. If visiting during autumn, experiencing Oktoberfest is a must, where you can enjoy various local brews, each with its unique flavor and brewing style.

For a non-alcoholic alternative, Spezi, a mix of cola and orange soda, is a popular local soft drink, with its sweet and tangy flavor providing a refreshing respite.

Remember, Munich is not just about the iconic dishes and drinks but also about the local and seasonal produce. Marketplaces such as Viktualienmarkt offer an array of fresh fruits, vegetables, cheeses, and meats, allowing you to experience the rich and diverse agricultural offerings of the region.

Comment: At each spot of this audio guide, we’ll be sharing the nearest recommended restaurants and eateries according to Google’s user opinions, to help you locate the best places to enjoy these culinary delights. Keep an ear out for these useful tidbits to enhance your gastronomical journey through Munich!

Transportation and getting around the city

When you land at Munich Airport, you’re going to find that getting to the city center is pretty straightforward. You can hop on the S-Bahn trains; the S1 and S8 are your go-to lines. The S8 is usually a bit faster, gets you to Marienplatz in about 40-45 minutes. Super easy and way cheaper than a taxi. Trains are frequent, too, running every 10-20 minutes.

Now, once you’re in the city, public transport is the way to go. The MVV is Munich’s public transport network, and it’s really extensive, covering buses, trams, U-Bahn (subway), and S-Bahn (suburban trains). You can grab a day ticket, or if you’re staying a bit longer, a 3-day ticket might be a better deal. Just head to any ticket machine at the stations; they have English options, so you'll find your way.

Speaking of getting around, walking is also an awesome way to explore. The city center, especially around Marienplatz, Viktualienmarkt, and Odeonsplatz, is super pedestrian-friendly. Lots of landmarks, cafes, and shops around, so make sure to wear comfy shoes!

For a ride, taxis are around, but they can be quite pricey. You might want to stick to public transport or consider using a ride-sharing app if you prefer. Biking is another cool option. Munich is quite bike-friendly, and there are plenty of bike-sharing services available; just download the app, and you’re good to go.

Now, if you’re into organized tours, the hop-on-hop-off bus is a solid choice. You can get a different perspective of the city, and it stops at all the major sights. You can get tickets online or directly at the bus. CitySightseeing and Gray Line are popular choices.

Last thing, make sure to have some euros on hand for tickets, although many places accept cards, it’s always good to have some cash just in case. Enjoy Munich! The public transport and friendly walking areas make it super easy to explore and soak in all the sights and sounds.

Key spots included in our audio guide and grouped for your 1, 3, 5-day trip or more:
1d : Marienplatz . English Garden . Frauenkirche .

3d : Marienplatz . Viktualienmarkt . Munich Residenz . English Garden . Nymphenburg Palace . Frauenkirche . Hofbräuhaus München . Pinakothek der Moderne . Neuschwanstein Castle .

5d : Marienplatz . Viktualienmarkt . Munich Residenz . English Garden . Nymphenburg Palace . Deutsches Museum . Frauenkirche . Hofbräuhaus München . Pinakothek der Moderne . Asamkirche . Schlosspark Nymphenburg . St. Michael's Church . Botanical Garden Munich-Nymphenburg . Neuschwanstein Castle . Schleissheim palace complex .

All : Marienplatz . Viktualienmarkt . Munich Residenz . English Garden . Nymphenburg Palace . Deutsches Museum . BMW Museum . Frauenkirche . Hofbräuhaus München . Odeonsplatz . Olympiapark München . Allianz Arena . BMW Welt . Hellabrunn Zoo . Alte Pinakothek . Karlsplatz . Pinakothek der Moderne . Hofgarten . St. Peter . Eisbachwelle . Olympiaturm . Königsplatz . Asamkirche . Westpark . Hirschgarten . Schlosspark Nymphenburg . Munich Olympic Stadium . St. Michael's Church . Lenbachhaus . Botanical Garden Munich-Nymphenburg . New Town Hall . Munich Museum of Egyptian Art . Neue Pinakothek . Siegestor . Haus der Kunst . Flaucher . FC Bayern Museum . Deutsches Museum Verkehrszentrum . Bavarian National Museum . Isartor . NS-Dokumentationszentrum . Kunsthalle der Hypo-Kulturstiftung . Sendlinger Tor . Neuschwanstein Castle . Glyptothek . Bavaria Statue . Rathaus-Glockenspiel . Theatine Church . Ostpark . Museum Brandhorst . Luitpoldpark . Toy Museum Munich . Friedensengel . Residenzmuseum . Müllersches Volksbad . Feldherrnhalle . Museum Five Continents . Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site . National Theatre . Schleissheim palace complex . Mariensäule . Deutsches Museum Flugwerft Schleissheim . Marstallmuseum . Karlstor . Justizpalast .

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