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Munich, Germany Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 294
Total Sleeping Rooms 28,469
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 627
Committable Meeting Rooms* 142
Convention Center Space 180,000 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 11,000 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate EUR 207
Average Daily Meal Cost EUR 86
Average Weekly Car Rental EUR 146
*Maximum for a single hotel

Munich, Germany Things to Do and Attractions

Marienplatz

The city's central square, Marienplatz, features the famed New Town Hall (Neues Rathaus) on the north side and the Old Town Hall (Altes Rathaus) at the east side. The highlight of the New Town Hall is the Rathaus-Glockenspiel clock. The Marienplatz

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BMW Welt

BMW Welt (BMW World in English) is an exhibition and discovery center used for meetings and promotional events. It is located right next to Olympiapark. The center showcases the BMW Group and its various brands - BMW, MINI, and Rolls-Royce Motor Cars

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Beer Gardens

Beer gardens in Munich are outdoor spaces where beer and food is served. They are part of the city’s cultural heritage and are usually linked to a beer hall, pub, or a restaurant. A traditional ‘Biergarten’ allows patrons to bring their own food,

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Oktoberfest

This annual beer festival is held at the Theresienwiese, in the Ludwigsvorstadt borough of Munich. The city’s largest breweries invite the public to their beer tents to drink beer by the liter, eat traditional Bavarian food and listen to live brass

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Olympiapark

Olympiapark (Olympic Park in English), constructed in Oberwiesenfeld for the 1972 Olympics, hosts hundreds of events every year. The ground contains sport facilities, lakes, concert venues, bicycle paths, restaurants and a football stadium, and is

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Allianz Arena

The Allianz Arena in Munich-Fröttmaning is a fantastic attraction for tourists from around the world. The 70,000-seat football stadium is home to two major Munich football clubs, TSV 1860 Munich and FC Bayern Munich. Allianz Arena is also known for

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Augustiner-Keller

The Augustiner-Keller restaurant and beer garden in Arnulfstraße is one of the most popular meeting places in Munich for locals and visitors from around the world. The place offers high-quality food and a comfortable atmosphere combined with the

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Ratskeller Muechen

With its down-to-earth interiors, mouthwatering specialties from Munich and Franconia, and an attentive staff in service, the Ratskeller offers a true German dining experience. Their kitchen uses only fresh, local ingredients of flawless quality and

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Restaurant Tantris

The atmosphere at Tantris – one of Munich’s finest restaurants – is wonderfully elegant. The enthralls guests with its avant-garde architecture of the seventies, award-winning two-star cuisine, and international wine selection. Their menu, which

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Deutsches Museum

The Deutsches Museum is one of the world's oldest museums of science and technology located on an island on the river Isar. The museum boasts an impressive collection of over 28,000 historic artifacts in 50 fields of science and technology, spread

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Alte Pinakothek

The Alte Pinakothek museum is located in the Kunstareal area in Munich. The public art gallery displays European masterpieces from the Middle Ages through the Renaissance, and the Baroque to the end of the Rococo period. Their collection includes

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BMW Museum

The 5,000-square-meter BMW Museum, located adjacent to the BMW Group Plant and BMW Welt, showcases more than 120 exhibits on its exhibition floor, which cover the company’s most valuable and attractive automobiles, motorcycles, and engines. The

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English Garden (Englischer Garten)

One of Europe's biggest city parks, the English Garden - named for the informal English style of rolling hills and open landscaping - is an expanse of lush greenery that stretches around 5 km north from Prinzregentenstrasse. The large public park has

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Starnberger See

Starnberger See (Lake Starnberg in English) is the fourth largest lake in Germany. The lake has a small island, the Roseninsel (Rose Island), where the royal villa of the former Bavarian King Ludwig II is located. The place also has a 46 km long

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Nymphenburg Palace

The Nymphenburg Palace is located only 15 minutes by public transport from the city center. The palace is notable for being the summer residence of the Bavarian monarchs and is a stopping point in most of the sight-seeing tours through Munich. Its

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