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What to do: History & Tourism

Flughafen München (Munich Airport)

Take part in one of the most interesting guided tours of the airport visitor's service and have a look behind the scenes of Munich Airport. Experience the fascination of flying!

How to get there:
Rosenheimer Platz: S 8 Flughafen, station: Flughafen Besucherpark.

Duration: = 31 Minuten, plus 15 minute walk.

www.munich-airport.de/DE/Areas/Consumer/Erlebnis/index.html

 

KZ-Gedenkstätte, Dachau (Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial)

A walk about the Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial may give rise to the discussion of the question: "What is that history to us today?" About 700,000 people from all over the world come to see the Memorial every year.

How to get there:
Rosenheimer Platz: S2 Petershausen, station: Dachau; change to bus 726 Saubachsiedlung, stop: Dachau, KZ-Gedenkstätte.Duration: 37 minutes, plus 10 minute walk.

www.kz-gedenkstaette-dachau.de

 

Rent-a-bike

If you want to explore the beautiful Isar floodplains, you should rent a bike at the bycicle rental 'Spurwechsel' (changing tracks). In addition, 'Spurwechsel' offers various guided city tours.
How to get there:
Rosenheimer Platz: tram 25 Grünwald, stop: Ostfriedhof; change to tram 27 Petuelring, stop: Fraunhoferstr.
Duration: 22 minutes, plus 10 minute walk

http://www.spurwechsel-muenchen.de/en/home/

 

Guided Munich city-tour (rally of the city)

There is a variety of opportunities of exploring Munich via a guided city-tour by coach or on foot.

www.stattreisen-muenchen.de/programm/prog_gr.htm
www.muenchen.de/Rathaus/lhm_alt/mtour/...

 

More ideas and suggestions:

Another idea: You will find information about anything Munich has to offer to its visitors under:
http://www.muenchen.de/int/en.html