The Munich District is situated east and south of Bavaria’s capital, Munich, providing you with ample opportunity to hike and cycle its extensive network of trails. There are lakes for you to boat on, snow fields for skiing, and everywhere access to wonderful Bavarian hospitality.
Munich District Map
Towns & Villages in the Munich District
- Feldkirchen (Munich)
- Garching bei München
- Kirchheim bei München
- Neuried (Munich)
In the north, Unterschleißheim features lovely outdoor vistas, such as the beautifully landscaped Valentine’s Park. You can enjoy seasonal ice skating and curling at manmade Lake Unterschleißheim, or go swimming any time of year at the Aquariush bathing and wellness facility.
To the northeast, Garching bei München is home to several top-notch academic institutions, including science departments of the Munich Technical University and several branches of the renowned Max Planck Institute. The European Southern Observatory conducts astronomical research here, using some of the world’s most technologically advanced ground-based telescopes.
In the south near alpine foothills, the 850-year-old town of Taufkirchen (Munich) invites you to experience its attractive living environment, rich culture, and shopping and leisure facilities, all within easy access of Munich. Nearby Unterhaching also prides itself on cultural activities, including theater, cabaret, special children’s programs and concerts.
Grünwald prides itself in having one of the biggest movie studios of the country, the Bavaria Filmstadt — excitement and photo ops included. ;-)
Of course, wherever you travel in the district you will find local beer and food specialties. Make yourself at home and enjoy the festive way of life for which Munich and its surroundings are famous.