Home to the Summer Olympic Games in 1972, Munich's vast Olympiapark is now an international events center, sports venue, and recreational park. In addition to the facilities used for the games, Olympiapark was updated in 2003 to included the Olympic Walk of Stars, modeled after the Hollywood version. A popular concert venue, the park also hosts the Super-Cross Cup, Holiday on Ice, and other seasonal events and festivals.
Outdoor adventurists will love climbing the roof of the Olympic stadium, abseiling on a zipline from the tent roof of the stadium to the lawn 40 meters (130 feet) below, and the newest adrenaline rush: the Flying Fox. The Olympic Tower is also the highest rock museum in the world, with tmons of meorabilia. The Sea Life aquarium gives visitors an educational and entertaining experience about water cycle and sea creatures.
Located against Munich's modern skyline, Olympiapark is almost a miniature city made for everything Olympic to take on the massive task of hosting the Olympic Games. The Swim Hall, Event Hall, Stadium, Tower, Shopping Center, and a lake all divide the park into manageable sections for exploring.
Tours & Tickets
Passing by the beautifully illuminated monuments, fountains, and buildings of Munich, you will arrive at the Hofbrauhaus. At the world famous Hofbrauhaus you ... Read more
Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes (approx.)
Enjoy a romantic evening in Munich including dinner at the famous Hofbrauhaus and experience the city at night. There are a lot of things to do during the ... Read more
Duration: 4 hours (approx.)
Discover Munich’s historical highlights and most important sights in a private 3-hour walking tour of the city's Old Town and English Garden with a local ... Read more
Duration: 3 or 5 hrs (depending on option selected)