The route then leads towards Marienplatz, which is also known as the urban heart of the city due to the meeting point of locals and tourists as well as many traditional department stores. After taking the elevator to the tower of the New Town Hall and climbing the 306 steps to the tower of the Old Peter, you will be rewarded with a wonderful panoramic view over the old town and Munich's hustle and bustle. You can also discover more distant sights such as Friedensengel, such as the Friedensengel, the English Garden, the Olympic grounds, Bavaria as the secular patron saint of Bavaria, the Allianz Arena, the Hi-Sky Ferris wheel and much more. The Café Glockenspiel above the roofs of Munich is also located in the immediate vicinity.
Once back at the bottom, you cross the Viktualienmarkt as the culinary centre of Munich and from there continue over the Reichenbach Bridge, which connects the districts of Isarvorstadt on the left bank of the Isar and Au on the right bank of the Isar.
After a few minutes' walk from there, you can reach the works district in the east of Munich with the motto 'compact, urban, green'. A 30-minute round trip in the Hi-Sky, the world's largest transportable Ferris Wheel will ensure a special end to the tour.
How about making a short stop here?
Please note the different opening hours and prices of the viewpoints.
Students are often offered a discount.
The following links provide an overview: