You can find on this page the Munich tourist map to print and to download in PDF. The Munich tourist attractions map presents the monuments, museums, parks and points of interest of Munich in Bavaria - Germany.

Munich tourist map

Map of Munich points of interest

The Munich sightseeing map shows all tourist places and points of interest of Munich. This tourist attractions map of Munich will allow you to easily plan your visits of landmarks of Munich in Bavaria - Germany. The Munich tourist map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Munich is a fun-loving city, known for its seasonal festivals and rich cultural calendar, so along with visiting the beautiful churches and outstanding museums and palaces, you should spend some time enjoying life with the locals at a festival, a colorful market, or over a slice of one of Munich famous cakes in a konditorei. Munich residents also enjoy their many public parks and gardens, in particular, the lovely 900-acre English Garden (Englischer Garten). A total of roughly 3 million tourists were welcomed in the city, of which almost 892 thousand were from abroad as its mentioned in Munich tourist map.

In 2019, US Americans accounted for the largest number of overnight stays in Munich by foreign nationals (around 1.22 million), followed by Italians (around 613,000) and UK nationals (around 586,000) as its shown in Munich tourist map. Tourism in Munich recorded further gains in 2019. 8.8 million arrivals (+5.9 percent) and 18.3 million overnight stays (+6.8 percent) were registered in 2019 across Munich commercial accommodation facilities that offer ten or more beds. Tourists from abroad all in all generated 8.8 million overnight stays, adding up to around 50 percent of the total. The Bavarian capital remains the German city which receives the highest proportion of foreign tourists.

20 new hotel projects in Munich were completed until December 2019. Therefore capacities rose to about 88,000 beds in 470 commercial hotels by the end of the year. At the same time, hotel occupancy rates remained at 75 percent and at the former price level. Willingness to invest in Munich hotel industry remains very high. Overall revenue generated by tourism added up to roughly EUR 8.29 billion in 2019. Of this figure, EUR 2.96 billion (35.7 percent) was accounted for by retail , 3.58 million (43.2 percent) by hotels and restaurants and another EUR 1.75 billion by the service sector . In total, 57 percent of overnight stays were recorded from the DACH markets (made up of Germany, Austria and Switzerland), followed by the European markets (excluding Germany): They generated a total of 4 million overnight stays. Among Asian coutries, most overnight stays were booked by guests from the Gulf States (528,000) as you can see in Munich tourist map. Indian travelers recorded the longest length of stay at an average of 3.8 days.

Munich attractions map

Map of Munich tourist places

The Munich attractions map shows the main monuments, museums and parks of Munich. This tourist places map of Munich will allow you to easily plan your visits of tourist attractions of Munich in Bavaria - Germany. The Munich attractions map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Marienplatz as you can see in Munich attractions map has been Munich central square since the city foundation; the site of medieval jousting tournaments; and until 1807, where markets were held. In addition to the massive Neues Rathaus (New City Hall) that fills one entire side of the square, you will find the Altes Rathaus (Old Town Hall) forming a gate at the far end. Munich English Garden is not only the largest city park in Germany – it covers an area of 910 acres – it is also one of the most beautiful. Naturally arranged groups of trees and plants offer ever-changing vistas, and nine kilometers of winding streams and an artificial lake complete the impression of a natural landscape. Known affectionately as Old Peter, St. Peter Church (Peterskirche) is Munich oldest parish church and stands on Petersberg, a small hill originally settled by monks. Built in Gothic style in 1386, the church was altered with the addition of a Baroque choir with three apses in 1636, while the tower was given a lantern dome in place of its earlier Gothic spires. Interior attractions include the font by Hans Krumper, the red marble monuments by Erasmus Grasser, and the 15th-century Schrenk Altar with its sculptures of the Crucifixion and the Last Judgment. Also of note is the 20-meter-tall 18th-century high altar with its figures of the Four Fathers of the Church and St. Peter.

The large Baroque palace of Nymphenburg, in the northwest outskirts of the city as its shown in Munich attractions map, was originally the summer residence of the Wittelsbach Electors in the 17th century. Extending more than 600 meters from wing to wing, this vast palace is surrounded on each side by the Nymphenburg Canal, which splits as it passes around the main buildings before reuniting again in a fountain-adorned pool in front of the main façade. For centuries the seat of the dukes, electors, and kings of Bavaria, the Munich Residenz is one of Europe most spectacular palaces. Laid out around seven large courts, the vast Residenz complex comprises three main sections: the Königsbau, fronting onto Max-Joseph-Platz; the Alte Residenz, facing Residenzstrasse; and the Festsaalbau (Banqueting Hall), overlooking the Hofgarten. The Deutsches Museum is the world largest museum of technology, and its 17,000 artifacts illustrate exhibits that range from the polished wood and brass of early astronomical instruments to the latest science on global warming.

Home to the 1972 Summer Olympics, Munich spectacular Olympic Park covers an area of some 2.7 million square meters on the Oberwiesenfeld, a former training ground for the Royal Bavarian army. Now a major recreational center, this huge facility hosts a variety of major concerts and events, including the summer Tollwood Festival (the winter Tollwood is held at Theresienhöhe, home of the Oktoberfest). Next to BMW soaring headquarters and factories at the Olympic Park is a round contemporary building with a metal shell, housing BMW museum as its mentioned in Munich attractions map. Here, car fans will find examples of nearly all the models the company has made, including sports cars, racing models, and motorcycles. From the last week in November until December 24, the parks and squares of Munich turn into a colorful, sparkling Christmas extravaganza of colored lights, evergreen boughs, and holiday music. Colorful frosted gingerbread hearts decorate little cabins filled with candies, cookies, wooden toys, Christmas tree ornaments, and holiday baubles, as well as local handcrafts in all mediums.

Munich zoo map

Map of Munich zoo park

The Munich zoo map shows recommended tours of the Munich Zoological Park. This zoo map of Munich will allow you to easily find out where each animal is and where to picnic in the Zoological Park of Munich in Bavaria - Germany. The Munich zoo map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Tierpark Hellabrunn is the name of the zoological garden in the Bavarian capital Munich. The 36 hectare (89 acre) park is situated on the right bank of the river Isar in the southern part of Munich, near the quarter of Thalkirchen as you can see in Munich zoo map. As the groundwater level here is rather high and the water is of very good quality, Munich zoo can cover its needs for freshwater by using its own wells. On February 25, 1905, the Verein Zoologischer Garten München eV (Engl. Society of the Zoological Garden of Munich ) was founded and the Hellabrunn area was chosen as the location for the zoo. On August 1, 1911, the zoo, planned by the famous architect Emanuel von Seidl, opened for the public for the first time, but in 1922, it had to be closed down due to the inflation in Germany. After the re-opening on May 23, 1928, the Tierpark Hellabrunn became the first Geo-Zoo in the world and engaged in the controversial back-breeding to "recreate" extinct animals like Heck cattle (to mimic the Aurochs ) and theTarpan. During World War II , the zoo sustained massive damage due to allied air raids , but it was able to reopen in May 1945. In 1970, a badly needed plan for the renovation of the zoo was drawn up.

Under the direction of Prof. Dr. Henning Wiesner, Hellabrunn or Munich zoo is today the largest zoo in Europe . The preserves of the animals — about 7,700 vertebrates of 340 different species —are arranged along geographic lines. The Tierpark Hellabrunn is very active in breeding, reintroduction and conservation projects. In 2003, about 1.4 million people visited Hellabrunn. It has more than 4,500 specimens of about 580 species as its shown in Munich zoo map. It is called the Geo-zoo because the animals are grouped according to continent of origin. Hellabrunn specializes in breeding species threatened with extinction, such as the Przewalski horse, and back breeding to species already extinct, such as the aurochs, a wild ox said to have become extinct in the 1620s.

Attractions in Munich zoo include: The old Elephant house: Constructed in 1914, it then had the largest concrete dome in the world, the new jungle house which houses Gorillas , Chimpanzees and Mississippi Alligators as its mentioned in Munich zoo map, the Aquarium with the Piranha -feeding, "Dracula villa" - bats fly around you, many other buildings like the "Polarium", the guided tours - especially when its dark and there is no one else in the Zoo, children birthday parties, one of the very few zoos that allows you to take your dog.