We asked Munich’s top concierges to share their personal recommendations for the perfect day
Guest relations manager, Kempinski Hotel Airport Munich
+49 97 825 200
“Have breakfast at Kempinski Hotel Airport Munich and then visit Domberg Freising, a little village near the airport.
Following this, have lunch at Brauerei Weihenstephan, the oldest brewery in the world, which also provides exclusive tours. If that doesn’t take your fancy, visit the old Bavarian town of Erding. While in Munich’s city center you should visit the Marienplatz (Munich city hall), the famous Viktualienmarkt and the Dallmayr (delicatessen). To finish your day, enjoy a steak dinner at Kathi’s Steakhouse.”
- Tantris, a two Michelin star restaurant
- Emiko, Japanese inspired restaurant
- Spatenhaus, traditional Bavarian restaurant
The nearby airport hosts many luxury brands, especially in Terminals 1 and 2, including Theresa, Oberpollinger and Maendler
Michael Jahn is one of the Head Concierges at the Sofitel Hotel.
Along with city tours and limousine transport, he can also arrange private tours to Castle Neuschwanstein, Ingolstadt Village and many major museums.
- Tantris, ranked one of the best restaurants in the world with two Michelin stars
- Aquarello, Michelin star Italian restaurant
- Brenner’s Grill, watch the chef’s work at the open grills in the center of the restaurant
The luxury boutiques on Maximilianstreet (including Dior and Escada) BeSt to do A guided city tour and a visit to the most famous nightclub.
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- Dallmayr, a luxury delicatessen frequented by VIPs and royalty
- Käfer, a classic Bavarian gourmet restaurant
Loden Frey Maffei Strasse 7, 80333 BeSt to do Visit the Pinakothek
The Bavarian State Opera
Head Concierge, The Charles Hotel
+49 89 544 555 1120
“Have breakfast at “Café Reitschule” which is situated in the Englischer Garten, then go on a private tour in the hotel’s limousine to the Nymphenburg Palace and the Olympia Park.
“The latter is the home of both the BMW Museum and BMW World, where you can also enjoy lunch at the international restaurant. End the day by walking through the old historic city center around Marienplatz, Viktualienmarkt and the Residenz.”
- Tantris, with over 35 years of excellence
- Käferschänke, with gourmet regional cuisine, this is a true institution of Munich
- Acquarello, for best high class Italian food in town, chose this Michelin-starred restaurant
“Oberpollinger is a luxury shopping center in the heart of the city, ideal for the elite traveler.”
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“If you only have the time to visit one museum head for the Pinakothek of Modern Art (see page 19). The open and spacious design of this building has made a decisive contribution to turning this multipurpose concept into a reality. With its impressive 82 feet high glass dome, the rotunda marks the starting point for all VIP and other tours of the building. Here, visitors can stroll around as if they are on an Italian piazza and are given free rein to their thoughts as they move from one exhibition area to the next.”
Reservations And Marketing Concierge, One Concierge
+1 800 628 9701
“At One Concierge we have an unlimited supply of VIP options and luxury amenities.
“The VIP options for a trip to Munich can include but are not limited to destination tour guides, luxury transportation services to and from the sights, and even personal shopping whilst at the sights if required. When our clients have the desire to travel and sightsee anywhere in the world, they can always expect to be treated like royalty.
The Frauenkirche, The Cathedral Of Our Blessed Lady
Built in the late fifteenth Century this is Munich’s most prized landmark. This cathedral can seat 20,000, and was victim to several heavy bombings during World War II. In the cathedral, one can take a smooth climb to the top of the South Tower and enjoy a gorgeous view of the Alps. This monument has been fully restored and is now often referred to as one of the most beautiful sights in Munich. Private tours of any size can be provided upon request.
Located in the heart of the city, this square was once home to outdoor markets and festive tournaments during the Middle Ages. With a rebuilt gothic council hall, ballroom and tower, this square is one of the most prominent sights for all to see. Now adorned with numerous shops and restaurants, Marienplatz brings in millions of people each year who come to see the magnificent architecture and take in the beauty of the everyday hustle and bustle of the city center. Our private tour guides can be called upon to show you parts of Marienplatz that only the locals know about and few tourists are ever given privilege to. A truly VIP experience.”