When I do a greet in the city centre, very often the Promenadeplatz is part of my walk. Because it is so elegant and so many stories are connected with it. Take for example the shining silver statue on its … Continue reading →
As a tourist, you maybe have read a lot about culture, tradition and the history of Munich. But maybe you’re quite sporty or at least a sports fan and asking yourself if there are things to see and do which … Continue reading →
Munich is famous for its heritage, customs and of course the people living here or those who lived here in former times. Some of them influenced Munich’s history, others were just nice fellows, sometimes a bit freakish, but always typical … Continue reading →
Munich is famous for its heritage, customs and of course the people living here ore those who lived here in former times. Some of them influenced Munich’s history, others were just nice fellows, sometimes a bit frakish, but always typical … Continue reading →
Henry the Lion – a name which is connected to the city history like the beer. But who was this guy? And was he really so important for Munich? Follow the Munich Greeters back to the beginning of Munich.
As a tourist you like to see the sights and feel the culture of Munich. But often it’s the small things that very interesting but unknown. For example the street signs in Munich. If you look close, there are many … Continue reading →
From spring to autumn you definately want to enjoy one of Munich’s beergardens. And there are plenty of them in the city. But there are also some gems outside of the city where only a few tourists come. So why … Continue reading →
In the pedestrian zone, where today the gentlemen’s outfitter “Hirmer” is located, stood once the “beautiful tower” (1175-1807). This name came from its numerous frescoes. First, this tower was a simple gate through which Munich´s salt trail led to the … Continue reading →