Holidays in Munich, Germany

Holidays in Munich, Germany

The Bavarian state capital is as beautiful as it is understated. This city doesn’t let anyone get bored, not only during Oktoberfest. Whether you want to have fun, see some architecture, experience art in museums, or commune with nature, Munich has a lot to offer.

Preferably start at the Odeonsplatz. Here are the Hofgarten and the Residenz (museum housed in a 14th century palace). While it may not impress from the outside, it’s worth a look inside. There’s no doubt that many of the ornate rooms make you feel like you’re in a fairy tale.

Then it’s possible to visit Dallmayr, a food supermarket with unique delicacies that has existed since the 1700s, which now also houses a two-Michelin-starred restaurant. How about something more substantial? Nearby is the Hofbrauhaus am Platzl, a brewery built in 1589, and a 3-story restaurant serving Bavarian cuisine.

Marienplatz

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Marienplatz

It’s only a 10-minute walk from this restaurant to Marienplatz, the city’s main square. Here you can admire the New Town Hall, a beautiful building with bells. Every day at 11 am and 12 noon the ringing of the bells is accompanied by two scenes played out by figures in the town hall tower. These are the royal wedding in 1568 and the dance of the coupers during the plague . Not far from the town hall there is a place you must visit – St. Peter’s Church. More specifically, its tower. Sure, almost 300 steps lead to the top, but it’s worth it – since no building in Munich is higher than 100 meters, from here you have a stunning view of the entire Old Town and beyond . On clear days you can even see the Alps from here. Another church worth visiting is the Frauenkirche. This cathedral is not only beautiful but also huge (its surface area is the size of a soccer field). Next to Marienplatz is Viktualienmarkt, which is the most famous market in the city. Of course the prices are tourist-oriented, but it’s the perfect place to buy Munich delicacies and much more in one place, among other things you can find fruit from all over the world.

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Asamkirchen and Parks

This is another beautiful church in Munich – St. John of Nepomuk, 1746. Richly decorated in Baroque style, it still serves the faithful today, and its history is very interesting: it originated as a private church of two brothers. Only when the bishop found out about its creation, he gave it to the city. The magnificence of this structure can make one dizzy. It is located about 5 minutes walk from the aforementioned market.

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Asamkirchen and parks

But the interesting places in Munich are not only temples. It is also worth visiting the Englischer Garten, Europe’s largest city park. It is even larger than the Central Park of New York, its area is more than 4 square kilometers. The garden looks like a forest: a lot of water reservoirs, a river nearby, there are glades with picnic places, and in the northern part there are sheep and horses. In the garden there are small buildings. Among them are a Japanese tea house and a Chinese pagoda with brass band concerts. In the garden you will find a wave for surfers and several places besieged by nudists. Interestingly, in many of the beer gardens you can sit at your table, having ordered a beer in advance, of course . The English garden is of course the most famous, but Munich is a very green city, so you can easily find a place to relax there.

Museums and palace

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Museums and palace

For those interested in art and history, Munich’s museums and the Nymph Palace are must-sees. In this Baroque mansion you can look at a very interesting collection of paintings, because the most beautiful women of Munich in the XVIII century were depicted on them by order of King Ludwig (a variety of people, from aristocrats to bourgeois women and cabaret dancers). When it comes to museums, the three Pinakothek must be visited. In the Old Pinakothek you can find paintings by Rubens, Leonardo da Vinci or Titian – about 60 works. The New Pinakothek, on the other hand, is a must-see, with the original of Van Gogh’s famous Sunflowers on display here. There is also a chance to admire works by Manet or Gauguin. In turn, the Pinakothek of Modern Art has works by Picasso among about half a million exhibits. There is something for everyone.

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Olympiapark and BMW

But Munich isn’t just monuments, it’s also sporting history at its best and home to one of the world’s biggest and most famous car manufacturers. In Olympiapark you can walk through the grounds that welcomed athletes during the 1972 Olympics. However, it is definitely worth stopping by the city’s second observation deck on the 190-meter-high Olympiaturm Tower. At the very top there is a revolving restaurant, which offers a beautiful panorama of the city and its surroundings.

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Entrance costs about 7 euros. Another interesting place is Olimpiaberg , a hill in the Olympic Village, where in the evenings often gathers young people to drink beer outdoors. Not far from the Olympic complex is the famous four-cylinder building. It is an obvious reference to the automobile engine and is the headquarters of the BMW brand. Next to it stands the BMW Welt, which displays the latest models of the brand, as well as a museum, where all, even the rarest examples of cars under the symbol of the white and blue checkered flag are collected. On the outskirts of the city is another important site – the Allianz Arena, home and stadium of Bayern Munich . With any luck you might run into Robert Lewandowski there.

Calendar of holidays and school vacations in Bavaria, Germany for the years 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024, 2025

On this page you will find the timetable for the statutory holidays in Bavaria, Germany, including Munich, Nuremberg, Augsburg, Regensburg, Augsburg for the years 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024, 2025; these holidays are days off from work. Also here you will learn what popular, folk and religious holidays are celebrated in this state of Germany. The information on vacations is presented according to the Secretariat of the Standing Conference of the German Ministry of Culture and Education. Since the information was entered, some vacation periods may have changed. You can get the most up-to-date information from the Bayern State School Board. In addition, every school in Bavaria has the possibility to set a number of days during the year as a rolling vacation.

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§ What is today’s holiday in Bavaria (Bayern)

There is no official national holiday in Bavaria today, September 5, 2022, which is a day off from work.

Upcoming popular holidays in Bavaria are:

  • 24.06.2022 ( Fri ) Ivan’s Day , passed 2 months 11 days ago Bayern Bavaria
  • 08.08.2022 ( Mon ) Augsburg Peace Festival* , 28 days ago Bayern Bavaria
  • 15.08.2022 ( Mon ) Assumption of Mary * , 21 days ago Bayern Bavaria
  • 17.09.2022 ( Sat ) Oktoberfest , 12 days away Bayern Bavaria
  • 20.09.2022 ( Tue ) Universal Children’s Day, 15 days later Bayern Bavaria
  • Harvest Fest , 27 days later Bavaria
  • 03.10.2022 ( Mon ) German Unity Day* , 28 days later Bayern Bavaria
  • 31.10.2022 ( Mon ) Halloween, will be in 1 month 26 days Bayern Bavaria
  • 01.11.2022 ( Tue ) All Saints’ Day* , it will be in 1 month and 27 days Bayern Bavaria

* is a public holiday (for the regions of Germany, see the public holiday calendar in Germany).

§ Calendar of public holidays and school vacations in Bavaria in the year 2022

In the following calendar you will find all public holidays in the cities: Munich, Nuremberg, Augsburg, Regensburg, Augsburg and other cities in Bavaria, Germany. For more information about the holidays, click on them or hover your mouse over them. For more information on holidays, see Bavaria’s holiday schedule for 2022. For more information on school vacations, see Bavaria’s 2022 school vacation schedule

Calendar of public holidays in Bavaria

Here you can download the calendar of the state of Bavaria, Germany in iCalendar(ICS) format for use on mobile devices, Google calendars and other services.

§ List of state holidays in Bavaria

The following table shows the timetable for public holidays in Bayern, where the holidays are public holidays.

List of public holidays in Bavaria

Date Name of holiday States, regions
1 January 2022 Saturday 52 KW New Year’s Eve Neujahrstag National Day
6 January 2022 Thursday 01 KW Holiday of the Three Kings Heilige Drei Könige Only in Baden-Württemberg, – Bavaria, – Saxony-Anhalt
15 April 2022 Friday 15 KW Good Friday Karfreitag National Day
17 April 2022 Sunday 15 KW Easter Ostern National Day
18 April 2022 Monday 16 KW Easter Monday Ostermontag National Day
1 May 2022 Sunday 17 KW Labor Day May 1 1. Mai National Day
26 May 2022 Thursday 21 KW Ascension of Christi Himmelfahrt National Day
5 June 2022 Sunday 22 KW Pentecost Pfingstsonntag National Day
6 June 2022 Monday 23 KW Pentecost, 2nd day Pfingstmontag National Day
16 June 2022 Thursday 24 KW Feast of the Body of Christ Fronleichnam Only in Baden-Württemberg, – Bavaria, – Hesse, – North Rhine-Westphalia, – Rhineland-Palatinate, – Saarland
8 August 2022 Monday 32 KW Augsburger Friedensfest Augsburger Peace Festival In Länder – Bavaria only Augsburg
15 August 2022 Monday 33 KW Assumption of Mary Mariä Himmelfahrt Only in lands – Bavaria , – Saarland
3 October 2022 Monday 40 KW Day of German Unity Tag der Deutschen Einheit National Day
November 1, 2022 Tuesday 44 KW Allerheiligen Allerheiligen Day Only in Baden-Württemberg, – Bavaria, – North Rhine-Westphalia, – Rhineland-Palatinate, – Saarland
25 December 2022 Sunday 51 KW Christmas Weihnachten National Day
26 December 2022 Monday 52 KW Christmas Day 2. Weihnachtstag National Day
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§ School vacation schedule in Bavaria

In the following list you will find the timetable for the upcoming school vacations in Bavaria. The information on vacations has been compiled according to the data provided by the Secretariat of the Standing Conference of the Ministry of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder. Since the information was entered, some vacation periods may have changed. You can get the most up-to-date information from the Bayern State School Office.

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