Munich, Germany is a cultural and artistic metropolis characterized by constant economic growth. No wonder the city it is the epicenter of Germany’s communication and high-tech industries. It is the third most important city of the country after Berlin and Hamburg, and it is the capital of the state of Bavaria. It has been classified as the city with the highest quality of life in the country and the fourth in the world.
In Munich you can be a lover of history, culture, football, cars, and beer–and you can even surf! It is a city to enjoy for a long time because you will always want to see and know more of it. Furthermore, Oktoberfest, the largest popular festival in the world, is held annually between September and October.
The city center is Marienplatz, a central square which is the historical focus of Munich, Germany. It thrives at any hour of the day or night. You will fall in love with the Town Hall, and then you will be able to sit down and enjoy a beer in any of the nearby restaurants. It’s here you will learn to live as a local citizen.
But if you want to feel even more like a native, you will also need to know Viktualienmarkt, the largest market in the city. It specializes in organic food and gourmet products. Try a Brezel or a Weißbier, a wheat typical beer of this region.
Are you able to imagine enjoying the best views of the city from a revolving restaurant? Yes, in Munich you can do it. At almost 300 meters in height, the Olympiaturm tower has a revolving restaurant allowing for a 360 ° view of the capital of Bavaria, while you’re having a drink or enjoying dinner. And the city will never fail to amaze you. Those who love surfing also have their place in Munich. While it might sound incredible, Eisbach Wave in the south of the English Garden, welcomes surfers throughout the year.
Weekends are the perfect time to go out and discover the surroundings of Munich. Options include an escape to one of the lakes with views of the Alps, skiing at one of the nearby resorts or taking an excursion to explore cities such as Salzburg, Nuremberg or Prague.
We think you have enough reasons to come to Munich and… we could tell you much more!
TANDEM Munich proposes 6 top experiences in Munich, Germany
St. Peter’s Church
“A very pretty church offering amazing views of the city.”
“A great place for a bike ride, stroll or picnic”
“Not only for car enthusiasts”
“Amazing surf spot in the center of town”
“The new Town Hall, which is not really new”
Discover Munich and learn German at the same time!
Since 1989 TANDEM Munich has offered German language classes in the Bavarian capital in a quiet and comfortable learning environment. The school focuses on offering dynamic courses to learn German grammar, the oral and written language, and also reading and listening comprehension skills. All these things will make student learning more effective, working always in an interactive way.
City hopping with TANDEM International
We offer combined German courses in different locations. You can start your German course in TANDEM Munich and continue in one of our partner schools in Berlin, Bielefeld, Cologne, Frankfurt, Bremen, Göttingen and Hamburg.
Do not hesitate to contact us for more details about our discounts for combined courses!
Germany is a culture-rich country with an extensive history and a bright society. It has abundant traditions which attract millions of visitors to Oktoberfest in Munich, or Carnival in Cologne.
The German language often gets labeled as a very difficult language to learn. Although German is not a Romance language like some of its European neighbors, there are many benefits and unexpected surprises learning this seemingly challenging language.