One day in MunichDiscover the city with the Bucherer City Guide
Waking up in Munich’s city centre
Carl F. Bucherer, Patravi TravelTec Black.
A relaxed start to the day
Afterwards, Munich’s city centre is easily reachable on foot. Marienplatz square, the Viktualienmarkt food and flower market, the Bavarian State Opera – many of the city’s most important sights are very close to Hotel Bayerischer Hof.
Discover Munich’s city centre
Explore the sights on foot
If you fancy something new, then Viktualienmarkt is a brilliant idea
Feeling a little hungry?
Once you have had your fill, it is time to continue along Maximilianstraße, where you can admire the latest collections from well-known designers in the artfully decorated display windows. If you would like an after-lunch walk, head back in the direction of the Hofgarten, at the northern end of which is the entrance to the Englischer Garten (English Garden), the “green lungs” of Munich. Our outfit tip: a classic trench coat and flat shoes, along with tastefully elegant jewellery from our Bucherer Fine Jewellery B Dimension collection.
Exquisite shopping locations in Munich
The best places to go
Leave the shopping arcade at the southern end, and the first thing you will notice directly opposite is the traditional Munich department store Lodenfrey. Spread over six floors, its range features international designer fashion for men, women and children as well as a large selection of traditional Bavarian wear.
DISCOVER MUNICH THE RELAXED WAY
Wander through the streets, discover the small boutiques in the vicinity of Hotel Bayerischer Hof and Brienner Straße, and take a detour northwestwards to see the Pinakothek museums and the classicist Königsplatz square with the Propylaea city gate, the Glyptothek museum and the State Collections of Antiquities.
Alongside works by Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Franz Marc and other members of the expressionist group of artists Der Blaue Reiter (The Blue Rider), the Lenbachhaus art gallery opposite shows regularly alternating exhibitions of contemporary art. The gallery is located in the listed villa of the painter Franz von Lenbach directly on Königsplatz. It is definitely worth taking a look at the programme.
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Bucherer has also been presenting its collections on the ground floor of this top location since July 2018. One highlight of many is the Bucherer BLUE EDITIONS collection – a unique selection of 27 outstanding timepieces exclusively available at Bucherer that meet the very highest demands and are made for people with a passion for collecting. Come and visit us!
Time for some time out
Afternoon tea in an English setting
A culinary journey through the evening
The best places to eat in Munich
Those who prefer to go out could try the new event location Enter The Dragon, which you can find just around the corner. Enjoy some modern Asian tapas in The Flying Dragon restaurant. Afterwards, you can have a dance in The Drunken Monkey club or test your singing skills in The Crouching Tiger, a karaoke bar.
The EssZimmer restaurant at Munich’s BMW Welt is also well worth a visit. Those who are happy to go a little further to get there will be rewarded with the exceptional gourmet cuisine of top chef Bobby Bräuer, a cosy atmosphere with an open fireplace and a fantastic view of the inside of BMW Welt. After dinner, you can use the restaurant’s free chauffeur service to get back to the city centre and then sink into the hotel’s comfortable pillows as you look back over the experiences of a successful day.