Things To Do
Enjoy your stay at Hilton Munich City and explore everything Munich has to offer. Guests travelling on business will have excellent connections to Fairgrounds and ICM Congress Center as well as a direct S-Bahn link to the central station and the international airport. Adjacent to the hotel you can enjoy a classical concert of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra at Gasteig, the center for culture and education. Only a short walk away and you will find yourself at Deutsches Museum, the world's largest museum of technology and science, with exhibitions from astronautics and marine navigation to pharmacy and tunnel construction. In the re-opened planetarium you can reach for the stars.
Within walking distance to Munich's Old Town the large market square Marienplatz is a beautiful place to have a coffee and listen to the famous Glockenspiel in the town hall at 11am and noon. Another must see is the historic Viktualienmarkt farmers' market where you can enjoy traditional Bavarian beer at one of the beer gardens. To make your stay even more memorable, stroll along the magnificent bank of the river Isar and visit the Tierpark Hellabrunn Zoo, one of the most biologically diverse zoos in Europe and home to many rare species.
Our Concierge service is happy to assist if you require further information about the city of Munich. Hilton Munich City is also an ideal home base for a visit to the annual Oktoberfest – 16 days of crazy fun that start each year on the third Saturday of September.
IN AND AROUND TOWN
Have Fun in Munich
Our Hilton Mom Voyage team shares experiences to help you plan a vacation the whole family will love!
Gasteig Cultural Center
As base of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, Gasteig offers a great variety of cultural activities.
In the world’s largest museum of technology and science you can explore the world in one day.
Miles of beautiful shorelines at the Isar River offer great spots for BBQs, long walks and more.
At Marienplatz you can enjoy the famous Glockenspiel in one of the many cafés and restaurants.
Munich’s famous market is a great place to taste local and exotic delicacies at over 140 booths.
Bavarian State Opera
The Bavarian State Opera is Germany’s largest and one of the world’s leading opera houses.
The triumphal arch is a monument, reminder to peace and dedicated to the glory of the Bavarian army.
Eisbach River Surfing
A must-see in Munich is the standing wave in the English Garden – a popular river surfing spot.
Nymphenburg Palace is one of the largest royal palaces in Europe and its park ideal for long walks.
In the world’s first geo-zoo you can observe around 460 species in a protected landscape.
Escape Game Munich
Become a hero within this terrific family game. Take pleasure in being a member of a specialist’s team.