You can find on this page the Munich streets map to print and to download in PDF. The Munich roads map presents the road network, main roads, routes and motorways of Munich in Bavaria - Germany.
The Munich streets map shows all street network and main roads of Munich. This streets map of Munich will allow you to find your routes through the streets of Munich in Bavaria - Germany. The Munich streets map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
The neoclassical Brienner Straße as you can see in Munich streets map was constructed in line with a draft of Karl von Fischer and Friedrich Ludwig von Sckell under the reign of Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria from 1812 onwards. The avenue is named after the Battle of Brienne. The neo-Renaissance Maximilianstraße in Munich starts at Max-Joseph-Platz, where the Residenz and the National Theatre are situated, and runs from west to east.Principal was king Maximilian II of Bavaria, who started the project in 1850, the avenue is named for his honour. Leading architect was Friedrich Bürklein.
The Prinzregentenstraße runs parallel to Maximilianstraße and begins at Prinz-Carl-Palais, in the northeastern part of the Old Town as its shown in Munich streets map. The avenue was constructed from 1891 onwards as a prime address for the middle-class during the reign of Luitpold, Prince Regent of Bavaria and is named Prinzregentenstrasse in his honour. The Ludwigstrasse, Principal was King Ludwig I of Bavaria, the avenue is named in his honour. The city grandest boulevard with its public buildings still maintains its architectural uniformity envisioned as a grand street "worthy the kingdom" as requested by the king. The Ludwigstrasse has served also for state parades and funeral processions. Fuetererstraße, this street is not famous at all, unless you live in the neighborhood. It has nothing but pretty houses – the few remaining ones in Munich, after the World War II – yet, enough for me to love passing by while walking Enzzo.
Leopoldstraße is a famous street in Munich, near the Englischer Garten as its mentioned in Munich streets map, where you can find varied options of restaurants, cafes, bars and stores. It is also where the FC Bayern München fans celebrate a new championship title, and where the Ludwig-Maximilian University is located. Orlandostraße is a narrow and short street is located in the old part of Munich, and regardless of its length, it is a very busy street in town. It is where the so famous Hofbräuhaus, the Hard Rock Cafe and the local football team official stores are located. Theatinerstraße located in the center city – behind Marienplatz – this street is where I love to go shopping and have a nice tea at the end of the day. It has expensive and affordable stores, fancy and casual cafes, not to mention the charm of walking here or sitting somewhere watching passers by.
The Munich roads map shows all road network and highways of Munich. This roads map of Munich will allow you to find your routes through the roads and motorways of Munich in Bavaria - Germany. The Munich roads map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Compared to most major European cities, Munich is considerably easier to navigate its roads when driving. When driving within city limits, the federally mandated speed limit in Munich is 50 km/h (31mph) as you can see in Munich roads map. Most of the time it will be difficult to exceed this speed limit, as Munich is much like any other major metropolis - traffic here can be heavy. Regardless, it is not advisable to surpass the speed limit for a number of reasons. Beyond the many personal safety risks associated with speeding, police in Munich have very little tolerance for speed limit violators. Tickets are regularly written for drivers exceeding the speed limit by even 5 km/h, so play it safe, obey traffic laws, and enjoy the sights as you slowly cruise through the beautiful streets of Munich.
Munich is very close to Alps and the road to Alps is a fantastic driving experience. From Munich you have to take B2R and then A95 towards Garmisch-Partenkirchen as its shown in Munich roads map. I would say this 90 km of drive is most enjoyable with some views, you would cherish for life. Near Garmisch, there are some fantastic places like Eibsee, Linderhof palace. The other place close to Munich is Tegernsee which is an absolute beauty. However the Starnbergsee is no way less than Tegernsee. If you want to drive little more, then Chiemsee can be your choice.
Approval has been given for a new road tunnel project that will run through the centre of Munich, the capital of state of Bavaria in South Germany as its mentioned in Munich roads map. The project will see the construction of a 400m stretch of tunnel carrying four lanes of traffic. This new route will run underneath the Englischer Garten, a public park in the centre of the city. The new tunnel will replace a stretch of road at Isarring. The project is expected to cost €125 million in all, with the Bavarian State Government putting forward €35 million and the German Federal Government investing €2.67 million. The bulk of the financing needed for the project will be from the private sector, with the work due for completion by 2027.