Munich is famous for its “Schweinsbraten” (roast pork) and the famous “Weisswurst” (white sausages). But all over the city, vegetarian and even vegan restaurants and cafes come up: Vegan coffee, vegan food, vegan ice cream. And even vegan shopping is … Continue reading →
On September 14th and 15th the Streetlife Festival will fill the streets from the Odeonsplatz to the Münchner Freiheit. And this time, there are more reasons to go there than usual: The Munich Greeters will be present with a booth. No … Continue reading →
Each year in July/August, the free & easy festival takes place at the “Backstage” in Munich. And presents within a period of two and a half weeks more than 200 bands, singers/songwriters and parties on five stages. Additionally, theatre performances and … Continue reading →
Normally, you go dancing in the evening and come back home early in the morning. Not so for participating in the traditional Kocherlball at the Chinese tower. This starts at 6am. Seems strange, but has it’s reasons.
At least officially the summer already began – and the Open Air Theatre season in the English Garden is also supposed to start soon. What does this mean? Several theatre presentation (in German) await us in July. You’re welcome to read … Continue reading →
Everybody in Munich knows the two famous festivals Tollwood and Theatron. Not quite so well known is the music festival TUNIX. That’s a pitty. For fairly known bands and upcoming artists really let it rip.
This is also true for Munich. And even though this city normally isn’t one of the cheapest, music and culture don’t necessarily have to be expensive. A good example for this are the student festivals within the Triple Live Summer*.
It’s here again… the “long night of music”. What is that? The title reveals it already … you will get a whole night fully packed with music. But not instant-music from digital files, streamed over speakers – no, live concerts!
We have to admit that Munich might not be the right choice for the real Carnival enthusiasts. But this doesn’t necessarily mean that the city doesn’t have nice offers for the “wild days”. Here are some options how to spend … Continue reading →