The 8 best activities in Munich for your workation

The 8 best activities in Munich for your workation

Work meets vacation: the perfect workation in Munich

When you're done with your workday, you can spend your free time in the Bavarian capital in a fun way! Munich is a big city, a cultural capital, the beer garden king, and a university and business center. Here you can combine work and pleasure wonderfully and experience many great activities.

We give you our 8 best tips for your workation in Munich.


1. Coffee at cozy co-working cafe

Munich is known around the world for the Oktoberfest. But there are other festivals and markets that provide opportunities to network. The popular Tollwood Festival, held in summer or winter, combines concerts, art, and culinary delights in the grounds of the Olympic Park. Most events are free.

The Viktualienmarkt is also a highlight for experiencing local culture and meeting new people.




2. Lunch break for gourmets

The classic place for a business lunch is the Viktualienmarkt in Munich's old town. Here you will find everything your heart desires. The stand of Caspas Plautz, for example, is really delicious – it serves creative potato cuisine. For all potato lovers and those who want to become one.




3. Outdoor recreation in the heart of the city

Gray meets green when you step out of your work computer or from the subway shaft into nature. Munich has beautiful parks, castles and game reserves to offer. Here you can relax after work, during your lunch break or after your study session. We show you the most beautiful parks and gardens in Munich .




4. After work? Into the pleasure

Whether after work or student party – Munich offers an exciting nightlife. In addition to the popular clubs on weekends, there are also regular after-work events during the week. For example, the "After Work Stammtisch" organized via Facebook takes place every Thursday at 7 p.m. at different locations.




5. From workday to workout

If you sit at a desk all day, you may want to try to get some exercise in the evening as well. Like any big city, Munich also offers numerous fitness studios for working out. But have you ever heard of the sport "Quidditch"? Yes, that's right, the sport discipline from Hogwarts has now found its place in the "Muggle world". Broom, Bludger and Snitch included. Be enchanted and visit the "Munich Wolpertingers", who play Quidditch at the PSV München 1926 e. V. in Munich-Moosach.




6. Working world meets fairy tale world

One of Germany's most famous castles is just a day trip away from Munich. Especially in the off-season, a trip to Neuschwanstein Castle is worthwhile. By car or bus, you can reach the castle in about 2 hours from Munich. Discover the most beautiful photo spots with a view of the fairytale castle.




7. The round goes to the square

Soccer fans can't miss the famous Allianz Arena. Here you can cheer on FC Bayern Munich in the stadium or take a tour of the FC Bayern club museum and the arena.




8. Getting to know each other? A piece of cake!

From the office to a beer garden, from a suit to a sports outfit, or from a business meeting to a club meeting – there are many ways to mingle in Munich. We show you 8 tips for meeting new people.



Co-Living at The House of

Want to combine work and social life? At The House of Co Munich, you can have your own personal retreat in our one-bedroom micro apartments. At the same time, you can network with other students and young professionals and experience the feeling of community.


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