You can find on this page the Munich neighborhood map to print and to download in PDF. The Munich districts map presents quarters, region, suburbs and surrounding area of Munich in Bavaria - Germany.

Munich neighborhoods map

Map of Munich neighborhoods

The Munich neighborhoods map shows region and suburbs of Munich areas. This neighborhood map of Munich will allow you to discover quarters and surrounding area of Munich in Bavaria - Germany. The Munich quarters map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The bohemian neighbourhood of Schwabing is just to the north of Maxvorstadt, and also borders the Englischer Garten. The Countess of Schwabing, Franziska zu Reventlow, once stated, “Schwabing is not a neighbourhood, but a state of being”, and despite gentrification, the free-spirited district retains its charm. Schwabing as you can see in Munich neighborhoods map, even more so than Maxvorstadt, was a hotspot for artists and writers in the early 1900s. Wassily Kandinsky, Thomas Mann, Rainer Maria Rilke and even Lenin lived in the district at the turn of the century. Now, the bustling district is popular with Munich young people, and it is become one of the city most expensive and coveted areas to live in. The vibrant, pretty neighbourhood of Glockenbachviertel is right next to Munich river Isar, and attracts a young, hip crowd. It is particularly welcoming to Munich LBGTQ community, with plenty of gay bars and clubs to be found along Müllerstraße. The epicentre of Glockenbachviertel is the Gärtnerplatz, a piazza teeming with flowers. The roads that shoot off it are full of cool cafes and trendy bars, as well as shops selling independent labels. If you are planning on partying during your visit to Munich, stay in one of the many hotels in this area.

Family-friendly Au-Haidhausen is just to the south of the river, full of restaurants and beer gardens; though quiet and serene, it is just a short stroll to the bustling city centre. The world largest science and technology museum, the Deutsches Museum, is here, as is the Gasteig, the city cultural centre. It is a lovely, peaceful neighbourhood to visit in summer; take a seat on a bench to people-watch and enjoy an ice cream in one of its many squares. Many refer to it as the French Quarter, as many of the roads are named after French cities, and its leafy streets are reminiscent of life in rural France in times gone by. Like Westend, Giesing as its shown in Munich neighborhoods map has experienced something of a renaissance in recent years. The independent brewery Giesinger is based here, and a flurry of interesting little restaurants and bars have opened over the past five years. There is not much sightseeing to be done here, but if you are after dinner in one of the hippest districts in town, Giesing is the place to be.

The Au is one of Munich nicest neighborhoods and has a very special charm - unfortunately a lot of the historical buildings were destroyed in WWII, but you still can find some which survived the bombings, for example in the Zeppelinstraße 9/11/13. One of Munich less destroyed quarters as only few buildings were destroyed during WWII and therefore completely could preserve its character. For a lot of people, Bogenhausen is the synonym of the "rich Munich" , which is absolutely true. Isarvorstadt as its mentioned in Munich neighborhoods map itself is formed of the quarters Deutsches Museum , the Schlachthofviertel , the Glockenbachviertel and Gärtnerplatzviertel . The two last named neighborhoods are a very bad example - probably even the worst - of gentrification in Munich .

Munich districts map

Map of Munich districts

The Munich districts map shows all quarters and suburbs of Munich. This district map of Munich will allow you to discover areas and the region of Munich in Bavaria - Germany. The Munich districts map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The city of Munich is politically and administratively divided into 25 districts as you can see in Munich districts map. The names of the districts are largely familiar to Munich residents, as they usually correspond to the traditional names of the city districts. The first district is the Altstadt (Old Town), the districts around the city centre have low numbers. The high double-digit districts are the suburbs, which are located on the outskirts of the city. The numbers of the districts are rather unknown in Munich. Old town and Lehel: Comprises mostly the parts of Munich that are called the city centre and the quarter Lehel that is located a little north of it. In the city centre there are many sightseeings and the central shopping streets. The Lehel is an expensive and rather quiet inner city residential area. It is the most expensive district in Munich, especially the purchase and rent of real estate is very expensive here. For the tourist a hotel in this district is ideal.

Maxvorstadt north of downtown as its shown in Munich districts map. Many historical buildings north of Odeonsplatz and Königsplatz and the great art museums of Munich. Maxvorstadt is located between the city centre and Schwabing. Probably the best district in Munich after district 1. Schwabing West expensive and modern quarter with a lot of nightlife and an extremely high quality of life. This is also where the LMU, one of the largest universities in Germany, is located. Schwabing is very international and perhaps the most cosmopolitan area in Bavaria. 40% of all Munich residents would allegedly prefer to live in Schwabing. Ludwigvorstadt and Isarvorstadt the area immediately south of the centre. In the Isarvorstadt you will find the Deutsches Museum and the famous Glockenbachviertel (scene quarter with pubs, restaurants, gays and lesbians). Good district, although not quite as noble as the districts 3 and 4 north of the centre.

Au-Haidhausen above average residential area, many young people. Haidhausen as its mentioned in Munich districts map is known for its pubs. A few years ago Haidhausen was an alternative area, of which less and less is left today. No other area has a higher percentage of green voters in elections in Bavaria than Haidhausen. This district is now also very expensive to live in. Sendling a few kilometres south of the city centre. Typical urban residential area. The famous Grossmarkthalle is here, the recreational area Flaucher an der Isar and many beautiful churches. Also very popular because of the good connections with the underground to the city centre. Sendling – Westpark the western part of Sendling. The large Westpark is a real alternative to the English Garden. In the west the district borders on the Westend pub district.