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Renting a campervan in Munich is a particularly flexible way to discover the Bavarian capital.
Munich - the cosmopolitan city with a heart - advertises itself as Germany's third-largest city, and not without good reason. After all, Munich is actually quite leisurely for a metropolis. The epitome of typical Bavarian coziness are the rustic brewery taverns such as the Hofbräuhaus, which has been in existence since 1589. In contrast, Munich is lively at the Oktoberfest, the largest public festival in the world. If you want to discover Munich in a camper van, you have the best conditions to get to know this attractive city up close.
Numerous RV parks in and around Munich invite you to park your campervan for a few days. From there, for example, you can use the well-developed public transport system to reach the countless exciting destinations in Munich.
Parking space at the Olympiapark in Munich
This is a pitch for a total of 100 campervans and motorhomes in Munich. The campervan parking area is partly in the shade of a car park. There is a public transport connection nearby. From here you can easily reach the zoo, museums and indoor swimming pool. There are also designated bicycle and hiking paths. The site can be used all year round.
Attention: The stay is limited to a maximum of one night
Parking space at the Allianz Arena in Munich
The big bonus point that distinguishes the parking space at the Allianz Arena is its proximity to the centre of Munich, for example Marienplatz. This can be reached by public transport within around 30 minutes.
Here you will also find many beautiful beer gardens. If you want to start cycling from the Allianz Arena, you will also find ideal conditions. Numerous well-maintained cycle paths offer wonderful tours around Munich. The Allianz Arena opens its doors every day from 10:00 am. This way, those interested can take an arena tour of the beautiful stadium before their leisurely stroll through the city.
The largest club museum also invites you to take a tour: The FC Bayern Museum rounds off the entertaining program.
But also from the following, very beautifully situated, campervan sites in Munich, extensive hiking and cycling tours as well as other activities are possible:
- Dulipphof Pitch
- Pitch AmperOase
- Pitch Therme Erding
In addition, there are several other campsites in the Bavarian Pre-Alps. From these campsites, you can make wonderful excursions into the Bavarian mountains and Alps. But the Bavarian capital Munich is also easy and convenient to reach from these campsites.
Sites in the Bavarian foothills of the Alps:
- Andechs Monastery Pitch
- Pitch Spitzingsee
- Pitch Walchensee
- Pitch Bayrisch Zell
- Sylvenstein Reservoir Pitch
After the severe destruction in the Second World War, the people of Munich rebuilt large parts of the city centre in their original form. To this day, a large number of historical monuments from the Gothic, Baroque and Classicist periods can be found here. The centre is Marienplatz with the neo-Gothic New Town Hall and its famous carillon, which plays scenes from the city's history three times a day. Numerous other famous buildings include Königsplatz with its unique classicist ensemble of buildings, the Feldherrnhalle and Munich's landmark, the Frauenkirche.
Munich is a major cultural metropolis with numerous renowned museums, including painting galleries such as the Alte Pinakothek, the Neue Pinakothek and the Pinakothek der Moderne. The Deutsches Museum is one of the world's leading exhibition halls for natural science and technology. Munich's theatre scene is also diverse: in addition to the three state and five municipal theatres, there are more than 50 independent theatres. Classical music lovers can attend concerts by famous orchestras such as the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra or the Bavarian State Orchestra.
"Die Wiesn", the Munich Oktoberfest, attracts more than six million visitors to the Isar every year with its countless beer tents and rides. The Oktoberfest takes place from the penultimate weekend in September to the first weekend in October.
Those who visit Munich with a campervan or motorhome will find almost inexhaustible shopping opportunities. Branches of the well-known fashion chains can be found in the pedestrian zone between Marienplatz and the main railway station. The greatest density of high-end boutiques, jewellers and galleries can be found on Maximilianstraße, one of the city's most beautiful streets and, after Düsseldorf's Königsallee, Germany's most renowned luxury boulevard.
The Viktualienmarkt is more rustic, especially on Shrove Tuesday when the market women perform their traditional dance. For a relaxing - and extended - walk, the English Garden is ideally suited, being one of the largest parks in Europe.
Anyone visiting Munich with a campervan will be thrilled to find film sets to touch. These can be marvelled at in Geiselgasteig near Munich. The Bavaria Filmstadt, one of the largest film production facilities in Europe, is located there. Filming takes place here every day - and visitors can be up close and personal when cinema films and TV series are made. Every year, around 350,000 visitors follow the call of film and television and take advantage of what the Filmstadt has to offer. In addition to a 90-minute guided tour, this also includes a visit to the 4-D adventure cinema and a trip to the film discovery world Bullyversum.
On the guided tour, participants follow in the footsteps of "Wickie and the Strong Men" through the lovingly assembled Viking village. Or, thanks to bluescreen technology, they fly on the back of Falkor, the lucky dragon from "The Neverending Story".
Special effects and an innovative sound system bring a car chase from a Michael Herbig film to life in the 4-D experience cinema.
Munich offers a wide range of culinary delights, from rustic breweries to speciality restaurants. A good starting point to plunge into Munich's nightlife is the Münchner Freiheit in the trendy Schwabing district. The party hotspot that leads from here towards the city centre offers something for every taste. There are some alternative clubs near the university.
Although the mention of the name Dachau conjures up thoughts of a town where terrible events took place during the Third German Empire, Dachau is definitely worth a visit today. For painters such as Carl Spitzweg, and later Lovis Corinth and Max Liebermann, the nature around Dachau was a source of inspiration.
But sporty campers also get their money's worth in Dachau with their campervan or motorhome. Swimming pools and bathing lakes offer fun water activities, while golf, tennis, gliding and an artificial ice rink round off the varied program.
Dachau's week-long folk festival in August with live music, fairground, food stalls and fireworks is a joyous occasion. A cultural treat is the music summer, where one concert follows the next from June to August. Bavarian specialities on the one hand, international cuisine on the other can be found on Dachau's menus. From elegant fine dining restaurants to cosy Irish pubs, every guest will find the right atmosphere.
Those who visit Munich by campervan will find Vaterstetten on the edge of the Ebersberger Forst leisure and recreation area, one of the largest contiguous local recreation areas in Germany. The municipality emerged from a total of seven villages, whose inhabitants lived in relative isolation and from agriculture for many centuries. The municipality borders directly on the state capital of Munich, which has increasingly developed into a large city since the 19th century. This favourable location brought an economic upswing to the villages of the municipality, and at the same time the small towns were able to preserve their village charm for the most part.
Get active in Vaterstetten
Vaterstetten is proud of its ambitious cultural program with town hall concerts and exhibitions by local artists. The historically grown, lively club life enriches the calendar of events with traditional events and numerous festivals.
Hikers, cyclists, horseback riders and all other nature lovers are at the right address in the local recreation area Ebersberger Forst. Idyllic countryside meets a well-developed network of paths. Hosted forest lodges await hungry and thirsty guests, and the forest nature trail with its wildlife enclosure is also extremely popular with walkers.
The proximity to the state capital Munich considerably expands the leisure options - from shopping to a visit to the Bavarian State Opera.
If you are visiting Munich by Campervan or camper, you should also pay a visit to Schliersee by campervan. The well-known high-altitude health resort is located in the Bavarian Alps, directly on the north-eastern shore of the lake of the same name. The mountains Aiplspitz, Jägerkamp, Brecherspitz and Bodenschneid belong to the Mangfallgebirge and form the picturesque background scenery of the village, which fascinates every visitor. The Spitzingsee district lies at an altitude of up to 1,090 metres. The proximity by campervan to the Bavarian capital Munich makes Schliersee a popular local recreation destination that can offer its guests all the amenities of a modern holiday resort.
When renting a Campervan, Schliersee is the right destination for guests seeking relaxation at any time of year. The Vitalwelt relaxation oasis combines several spa and wellness offers under one roof, leaving nothing to be desired. Hikers and mountain bikers appreciate the well-developed network of paths around the village, on which the numerous sights of the region can be discovered. Likewise, when renting a camper van, the sporting opportunities are diverse and range from fishing in the lake to tennis facilities and the region's golf courses. In winter, everything here revolves around alpine sports; due to its favourable location, Schliersee is considered "snow-sure" and is easily accessible from Munich by campervan.
When renting a Campervan in Munich, a visit to Spitzingsee should not be missed. The community is a district of Schliersee in the Bavarian Alps on the northern shore of the lake of the same name. The village is located 70 kilometres south of Munich by campervan, at an altitude of around one thousand metres and is a popular winter sports and mountain hiking centre. In addition to the idyllic village, Spitzingsee offers visitors a picturesque view of a backdrop dominated by the mountains Aiplspitz, Jägerkamp, Brecherspitz and Bodenschneid.
Get active at Lake Spitzingsee
Renting a campervan means freedom and independence. The ski area around Spitzingsee is varied and attractive. The slopes lead through varied terrain and have different levels of difficulty. Forest descents over perfectly groomed slopes and a steep mogul slope from the summit of the Rosskopf with a magnificent view of the surrounding mountains guarantee a real skiing and snowboarding experience. The Spitzingsee Snowpark is now one of the best known and most popular in Germany. Appropriate sports equipment can also be rented there. Spitzingsee also has a lot to offer in summer: Hiking, boat trips, a summer toboggan run and various golf courses make it a worthwhile holiday destination even outside the winter season.
From Munich, you can reach Lake Tegernsee in no time at all by campervan. The lake is located in a roughly 25-kilometre-long valley in the Bavarian Alps, about 50 kilometres south of Munich. The towns in the holiday region are surrounded by an impressive mountain backdrop and have been awarded state health resort status due to their extensive spa facilities and healthy stimulating climate. At Lake Tegernsee, you can enjoy a varied, relaxing and active campervan holiday at any time of the year when travelling by campervan.
Lake Tegernsee is the ideal area for outdoor activities at any time of year. The fantastically clear water, paired with beautiful sandy and meadowy beaches, offers ideal bathing pleasure. Surfboards can also be rented at the lake, sailors and surfers can glide across the water and let the wind blow around their noses. Beginners in these sports can take advantage of the extensive range of courses offered by the Tegernsee surfing and sailing school, so it's also worth hiring a boat. Tegernseer Point, one of the most beautiful beach volleyball courts in Germany, provides sporting fun on the beach. In the picturesque mountain landscape around the lake, hikers have over 200 kilometres of marked hiking trails at their disposal. The spectrum ranges from demanding mountain tours to hiking trails, healing climate hiking trails and Nordic walking routes of all levels of difficulty. Lots of fun also awaits skiers in winter. Lake Tegernsee is connected to Germany's largest connected ski area, the Spitzingsee ski area.
The climatic health resort of Bayrischzell lies at an altitude of 800 metres at the foot of the Wendelstein in a quiet and sunny valley basin. It is surrounded by the magnificent mountain scenery of the Bavarian Pre-Alps. Bayrischzell is an original little mountain village with Bavarian culture and customs. At the same time, it offers its guests plenty of peace and quiet, a wide range of sports and leisure activities in fantastic natural surroundings - in summer and winter - as well as state-of-the-art spa and health treatments. This mixture of tradition and modernity is what makes Bayrischzell so attractive.
If you want to spend your holiday from Munich in Bayrischzell actively, you have many opportunities to do so all year round. In winter, there are more than 90 kilometres of cross-country ski trails. The traditional ski mountain of the region is the 1838-metre-high Wendelstein, which challenges skiers with demanding slopes. Snowboarders and skiers, even less experienced ones, will find everything a skier's heart desires in Germany's largest connected ski area, Sudelfeld.
By the way, you can also rent the sports equipment. The snow tubing ride at Tannerfeld is a long slide. In summer, the alpine open-air swimming pool offers refreshment and bathing fun. Various hiking trails for different levels of ability lead through the valley and up to the high mountain peaks. There are also many tours for mountain bikers and cyclists with varying degrees of difficulty. The Nordic Active Centre in Bayrischzell offers four Nordic walking routes from easy to difficult as well as courses and training programs all year round. There are also opportunities for tennis, bowling and mini-golf.