Nightlife - If you are looking for a party
or just to sit and relax with a nice beer and dinner,
Munich has something for you. The nightlife is as
diverse as the people who walk around at night. You
can hit the night clubs for some dancing and drinking.
You can go the beer pubs and gardens for beer tasting
and eating. Then you have restaurants spread out in
the city offering different types of foods from around
the world to eat.
When it comes to the Clubbing, just
walking around can help you find a location. There
are plenty of these clubs set up near the hotels and
hostels. They know that tourists along with the locals
enjoy a good hang out. The clubs in Munich play all
sorts of music, from American country music to hard
core heavy metal rock music. Feel free to ask around
and there is bound to be a club that fits your taste
If the hard music doesn’t appeal to you, then
check out some Beer Gardens and pubs.
The gardens are set up with seating outside. On a
warm summer night, this is a nice way to enjoy some
beer with friends or locals. Many of the gardens offer
some type of meals. They may not have a large selection
like a restaurant but it is always worth checking
The Nachtwek is located in one of
the oldest party halls around. 185 Landberger Street
is a busy place during Friday night and the weekend.
This club offers three bars, plenty of good clubbing
music. People from all different age groups are welcomed
here. Check out their website at www.nachtwek.de.
The Taxisgarten is located at 12
Taxi street and was established by World War I vets.
The locals enjoy this place for the beer, the company
and the meals. It opens each day at 10 am. Closing
time may vary depending on how many people are at
the garden. www.haberl.de
The Park Café offers a break
from the nightclub. There is a nightclub right next
to this garden. This tends to be a busy place to stop
for a drink since it is located right on the corner
of the train station. They open everyday at 10am and
can party into the wee hours of the night.
Café Glockenspiel is located
in the Marienplatz. If you are already walking around
in the square, take some time to check them out at
28 Marienplatz. This bar is located on top of one
of the buildings and offers you a new view on the
city. It is suggested that you make reservations by
calling 49 089 264 256. If you are looking for a Bavarian
dinner, you may want to check with your hotel. Many
hotels have opened German style restaurants with the
typical foods that locals would eat. They have a wonderful
selection of wines and beers and you don’t need
to travel far to get back to your room.
Munich is always booming and full
of life. Just by walking around you can find some
kind of club or bar open. The German people know how
to party and enjoy their time off from work. If you
are looking for an online guide for the beer drinkers,
then check out www.beerdrinkersguide.com.
They have a large selection of places to visit for
a good liter of beer.