Unterhaching is a package of surprises, all pleasant ones. Chances are you’re chewing a wad of gum right now even as you’re browsing. And again, the odds are that it’s a Wrigley. Well, Unterhaching is where that tasty little morsel came from.
That’s not all, this non-descript little town is also where other fine foods are exported from to the rest of the world. Next time you reach for that mustard, think Unterhaching. And now you can rest assured that the local cuisine is indeed something to write home about once you get here.
Unterhaching is definitely more than gourmet food and chewing gum. There’s the Old City within this rural settlement that will tickle your history bone. (Well, I’m thinking there has to be a history bone, if there’s a funny bone and a bone of contention and the like! There’s my contribution to the English language.)
To get back to the topic at hand, you’ll find the St. Korbian Church here very appealing as it towers amid tall trees against the blue skies. Its simple facade hides a rich interior that harbors great artistry.
You might find it hard to believe that Unterhaching used to be a simple farming village. This is evident from the abundant greenery and woods that you’re never far from as you stroll around. But the city has grown to accommodate modernity in the form of sports facilities, stylish restaurants, and ample shopping. So here’s your chance to visit a quintessential German town with a range of fun facilities to spice it all up.
Unterhaching has within about 10 kms of its vicinity various attractions of Munich such as the Marienplatz, the Glockenspiel, and the Viktualienmarkt, not to speak of the world famous Oktoberfest and the English Garden. If you have kids traveling with you, you’ll be happy to know that the Hellabrunn Zoo is also just 10 km away.
Further afield you have golfing, ski resorts and museums. For an unforgettable experience get yourself atop the Olympiatower for wonderful views of the mountains in the distance and the city at your feet.