Ten things to do in Munich this March

 

 

Ten things to do in Munich this March

Spring is coming soon and we’re loving it – here are ten things to do in Munich this March from sports to parades for you to enjoy it! You can still enjoy skiing in the nearby mountains and all the goodness of Munich in the winter, but the weather is warming up and we’re already looking forward to some spring activities.

Ten things to do in Munich this March

Ten things to do in Munich this March

1. Watch World-class German Football

What better way to kick off March that with a football match between giants of the sport? FC Bayern Munich, the top team in the Bundesliga, and FC Schalke, the second largest football club in Germany, will meet on the first of March in the DFB Cup competition at Bayern’s home ground the Allianz Arena.

The Allianz Arena is a celebrated landmark of the Munich skyline. The Arena’s eye-catching architecture with its 3,000 cushions of air that make up the façade that is lit to create a futuristic and beautiful effect and home to football at its best. It hosted the 2006 Football World Cup!

If you’re not a fan (yet) then this is the best way to get to grips with the world-famous Bundesliga. Don’t miss out on being part of the incredible atmosphere of a live game of football delivered by the masters of the sport!

10 things to do this March in Munich

2. Wash your wallet with the locals!

On 1st of March (at 11.30am), join local people at the Fischbrunnen in Marienplatz in the unusual activity of washing your wallet or purse in the newly cleaned fountain to bring financial luck for the year ahead!

This tradition dating back to the fifteenth century is still popular and a fun way to join the people of Munich in keeping up old customs and you never know- it just might work!

3. German food at its best

For dining in style try Broeding. This popular and friendly restaurant even serves up an amazing six course tasting menu with excellent wine. Broeding is also a well-known wine shop and knows exactly how to pair its glorious menu with the most delectable of vintages.

On Wednesday the 1 March, Ash Wednesday, this celebrated restaurant will be producing an amazing fish menu to mark this date.

Goerreshof is another well-loved friendly restaurant with an excellent reputation for its Bavarian menu with generous portions (the Schnitzel is highly praised) and naturally you can get great beer.

Goerreshof is family friendly and a popular spot to try Bavarian cooking at its best. Booking is recommended.

Ten things to do in Munich this March

4. Discover Bavarian treasure at the Flohmarkt Riem

If you want to see the true Bavaria then what better way to do this than by joining the Flohmarkt Riem or flea market?

Munich’s Flohmarkt Riem, is one of the largest in the country and is the perfect place to uncover the pre-loved treasure of Munich. If you like a bargain or simply want to wonder the stalls and eat local delicacies then make a date with this shoppers dream! It takes place at the Messeturm on Saturday 4 March (6am-4pm).


5. Art for all

The Pinakothek Museums are three individual – but related – museums in the beautiful city centre. These include the Alte Pinakothek, Neue Pinakothek and the hugely popular Pinakothek der Moderne – a massive modern art museum. This March why not go and visit the amazing collection to amaze and inspire the art lover or new comer to modern art alike.

If you want to see some of the best modern art in Europe then make sure you visit this cathedral to art. It is currently hosting exhibitions including “Paint On. Dimensions of the Painterly”.
Ten things to do in Munich this March

See men fly in the Olympic Stadium

The hottest import from the US is its basketball and it doesn’t get better than seeing the Harlem Globetrotters roll into town for an unforgettable one-off night of basketball wizardry! Check ticket as they will sell out soon! March 16th

This is your chance to see inside the mighty Olympic Stadium with the barnstorming event to match this huge location; Munich’s largest.

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Circus spectacle in Munich

If you want your entertainment to be spectacular then make sure that a visit to Circus Krone is on your itinerary. Circus Krone is one of the largest circuses in Europe, housed in a massive permanent building.

March sees a new show begin at the famed venue where you can be dazzled by the incredible feats of daring and dexterity. This circus tours for most of the year so grab a seat at one of its March shows before the circus literally leaves town!

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Celebrate Bavarian style

Bavarian bier is best experienced in the authentic atmosphere of a Munich beer hall. Oktoberfest aside, the best way to taste beer is at one of the city’s beer halls.

Hofbräuhaus is possibly the best known of Munich’s beer halls but there are many more to whet your appetite and relax in the traditional surroundings serving some of the best beer in the world.

Hamlet in Munich

This is one for theatre lovers and a chance to see the famous Danish King on stage in this forth coming adaptation. If theatre is on your menu in Munich then make a date with the forthcoming production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, directed by Christopher Rüping.

Culture doesn’t get more highbrow or universal in its theme than this iconic Shakespearean play. This new production is on stage at The Munich Kammerspiele, the renowned and historic Art Nouveau Municipal Theatre from the 1-23 March.

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Ten things to do in Munich this March

The luck of the Irish

Bavarian’s love to celebrate St Patrick’s Day but to do it in style they wait for the weekend to really let their hair down!

On 22 March join the crowds lining the streets of Munich in a parade to mark this ever popular celebration of all things Irish!

Revellers will lead the parade to Odeonsplatz where after the traditional blessing of the shamrock, there will be live Celtic music and dancing, stalls selling beer and a party atmosphere! There will also be live bands and dancers performing in Wittelsbacherplatz.

Munich knows how to celebrate so come and join the people on the streets to be part of the global party for St Patrick.

We hope you enjoyed our top 5 things to do in March in Munich! Book your bed at Euro Youth Hotel!