Anyone who comes to Munich learns quickly: sport has a firm place in the lives of the people of this city. An overview.
Stopover, short trip, long weekend or a whole week: here are some ideas for those who love sports.
Discover urban life, Munich's green lungs and the surrounding area by bike. An overview of the different routes and guided tours by bike.
Anyone who goes to enjoy an ice hockey game or a football match by TSV 1860 Munich knows his voice: an interview with stadium announcer Stefan Schneider.
An emotional journey: the FC Bayern Museum gives visitors the chance to get up close and personal with the successful German record breakers’ story.
Munichs official visitor cards at a glance.
Who are those people who congregate around Munich's world famous wave?
Munich is hundreds of kilometres away from the sea – and is still a world-renowned surfer metropolis. Once standing on the legendary Eisbach wave.
The Eisbachwelle is one of Munich's top attractions – for some from a sporting point of view, for others from a tourist point of view.
Arm wrestling, stone lifting and the wonderful art of Masskrugstemmen: our author tries out traditional Bavarian sports.
In the Westpark, at the Isar or over the Theresienwiese: five well-known Munich residents tell us their favourite running routes in and around Munich.
Munich is a city of football. But it is also more than that: Munich is full of successful top athletes – it is just that most of them are not famous. Three champions share their thoughts.
A talk with Munich based hiking blogger Kathrin Heckmann: about the great outdoors and the magic of forests.
There’s no better way to get to know the river that runs through Munich than from a canoe. Let's go paddling.
Hiking, mountaineering, kiting, skiing: the local mountains are a recreational paradise.