Munich, the capital of Bavaria, Germany’s southernmost state, is located in a superb landscape on the northern edge of the Alps. If you consider to travel to Munich, here you will find some more information and insider-tips for your sightseeing tour.
- Bavaria, Germany’s southernmost state
- Munich, the most pleasant city in Germany
- Munich airport, Underground and other public transportation in Munich
- The Olympic Park, where the games took place in 1972
- The Octoberfest, the biggest public festival in the world
- The Bavarian State Opera
- The Pinakotheken, three famous museums
- The Buchheim Museum of Phantasy, close to the Lake Starnberg
- Deutsches Museum, the museum of natural sciences and technology
- For the fans of football (soccer): FC Bayern Munich and the Allianz Arena
- Kloster Andechs, famous monastery and brewery, close to our favorite fieldday-location
- The famous Neuschwanstein Castle
- The Wies Church, located between Munich and Füssen, a cultural site on the UNESCO World Heritage List
- The Zugspitze, the highest mountain in Germany. Unique roundtrip by cogwheel train and the record-breaking cable car!
- My favorite skiing-areas: Zillertal and Kitzbühel, just about one hour away.
If you visit Munich for holiday or for a business trip and like to join a meeting of a local amateur radio club, just send me an EMail to get more tips. Here is yet an information about the CEPT license for foreign radio amateurs coming to Germany.
Radio amateurs who come on visit to Munich often ask where they can find a local ham radio shop. There are many electronics stores in Munich, but unfortunately no dedicated shop for ham radio equipment.