Munich Sports & Outdoors

  • 2.30pm
    2.30pm
    by iaint
  • 4.30pm
    4.30pm
    by iaint
  • underneath
    underneath
    by iaint

Most Viewed Sports & Outdoors in Munich

  • 1. Skiing

    Between December and April go skiing in on of the many ski areas. There are too many south of Munich to give detailed descriptions here. If you want to spent 39 Euro for a day ticket the “Zugspitze”...

    more
  • 2. Bayern München

    A big day out. At the Allianz Arena for FC Bayern v Freiburg. 1st against 5th, but Bayern had clinched the league title the week before. They’d also put Barcelona to the sword during the week in...

    more
  • 3. Olympia Park

    During Munchener Olimpic Games 1972, I was in Hamburg I watched on TV the plays. I also wached how the terrorists killed some Israili sportlers. It was a sad Olimpics. I wish all people to live in...

    more
  • 4. Allianz Arena

    MunichI arranged a tour of the Allianz Arena as part of my son’s weekend in Bavaria for his 19th birthday. It’s where FC Bayern (or Bayern Munich, as foreigners...

    more
  • 5. ice hockey

    The city’s DEL ice hockey team - EHC München - plays at the Olympiahalle at the Olympiapark. This was the site of the of the 1972 summer Olympics, so it is...

    more
  • 6. Allianz Arena

    The Allianz Arena, opened in 2005 and home to both Munich clubs - Bayern Munich and TSV 1860This is a spectacular stadium which has to be seen to be believed. I...

    more
  • 7. Biking in Munich and Surroundings

    I created this tip by a forum posting. I am not a Munich expert but maybe this info might help someone planning a biking tour in or aroung Munich... Some of the...

    more
  • 8. SpVgg Unterhaching

    A trip out to the suburbs and a visit to the Generali stadion for the 3Bundesliga game between Unterhaching and Carl Zeiss Jena.Just 9 euros to stand behind the...

    more
  • 9. Allianz Arena

    Munich has two teams, each with its own great history. Everyone who knows anything about football knows of Bayern Munich, one of the giants of world football,...

    more
  • 10. Surfing the Eisbach

    Yes, it is actually possible to go surfing in Munich, and the city even has a few surfshops. Eisbach, at the southern end of the English Garden, is the place...

    more
  • 11. Surfing in Englisher Garten

    One of the most bizzare things we saw in Munich was this surfer in the Englisher Garden. An artificially generated wave has been created which allows surfing on...

    more
  • 12. Allianz Arena

    The new stadium built for the 2006 soccer world cup. It is shared by München's two top teams, FC Bayern and tsv 1860. Very impressive inside and out, try to see...

    more
  • 13. Blade Night Munich

    Every Monday in the summer months (between Mai and August) there is the Bladenight in Munich. Many streets are closed for cars and other vehicles and only...

    more
  • 14. Badminton

    Badminton playing is a lot of fun. I am sure there are numerous places in Munich. However, I really like the “Aktivpark” in Gilching (a suburb of Munich). The...

    more
  • 15. American Football in Munich

    So you're an American in Munich and you want to watch an American football game on a Sunday night? Where should you go? While I'm sure there are other bars...

    more
  • 16. Boating in the Lake

    Take the train from the Munich station to the end of the line where you'd find the lake.I think it's Starnbergersee.It's a lovely place with a huge lake and...

    more
  • 17. TSV 1860 Munich

    The other team in Munich, TSV 1860 Munich also play at the Olympiastadion. The so called 'workers team', 1860 are one of the oldest sports clubs in Germany, but...

    more
  • 18. tsv 1860 Munich

    An alternative to FC Bayern in 1 Bundesliga. Very much the poor relations but on the plus side it's easy to get tickets and those there are real footie fans not...

    more
  • 19. Mike's Bike Tours

    Mike's Bike tours is a really fun way to see the big sites in Munich while being active. Every tour has a tour guide and the groups range in size but are...

    more
  • 20. Mike's Bike Tours!

    This is the funnest tour through a city I've ever been on. It's not very strenuous, just a causal strol on Schwinn Cruisers with a ringer bell. You get to bike...

    more
  • 21. Olympiastadion

    A definite must is to visit the Olympiastadion to see a game, either Bayern or 1860 Munich. The stadium is located in the Olympic Park

    more

Instant Answers: Munich

Get an instant answer from local experts and frequent travelers

42 travelers online now

Comments

Munich Sports & Outdoors

Reviews and photos of Munich sports & outdoors posted by real travelers and locals. The best tips for Munich sightseeing.

View all Munich hotels