Discover Munich after your German course

The Oktoberfest

The most legendary folk festival in the world, the Munich Oktoberfest, takes place every year. It starts at the end of September and lasts for 2 weeks.

Plan your language course during this time and you will experience an exuberant atmosphere with a Maß Bier (one litre of beer) in one of the huge festival tents and never forget it. Celebrate at the Oktoberfest in the evening and improve your German in your language course during the day. You'll have no trouble ordering your beer in German!

Bavaria Filmstudios

Would you like to experience Hollywood in Munich? Then you should definitely take a tour of the Bavaria Film Studios, one of the largest and most successful film studios in Europe, after your language course. You will walk through the sets of many famous film classics.

In addition to visiting a stunt show, our language course students have the opportunity to make a short film in German themselves - Hollywood in Munich, that's the motto.

Nymphenburg Palace

Nymphenburg Palace takes you on a journey back in time to the bygone era of the Bavarian monarchy. Inside the summer residence, magnificent rooms and various museums await you.

The palace is surrounded by extensive parks, promenades along the palace canal and huge fountains and fountains. Over 300,000 visitors come to Nymphenburg Palace every year.


The Gothic-style church from the 15th century is the landmark of the Bavarian capital and also the seat of the Archbishop of Munich and Freising.

The almost 100 metre high south tower is open to the public and offers a breathtaking view over Munich's old town.

Deutsches Museum

The Deutsches Museum proudly bears the title of the largest technology museum in the world! Inside, visitors can expect fascinating insights into science and technology.

The countless interactive elements such as levers, switches and buttons are particularly fun. Simply hands-on science. There are also countless permanent exhibitions from a wide variety of fields.

Karlsplatz (Stachus)

Karlsplatz, also known as Stachus, is one of Munich's largest squares and is located in the immediate vicinity of our language school. It is a hub for public transport and also marks the beginning of Munich's largest pedestrian zone.

It is characterised above all by its semi-circular design, the water feature and the hustle and bustle at any time of day.

Olympic Park

The Olympic Park was designed and built for the 1972 Olympic Games. Today, it is home to some of Munich's most iconic buildings. In addition to the Olympic Stadium, these include the almost 300 metre high Olympic Tower, from whose viewing platform you have a fantastic view over the entire city.

The surrounding park offers everything you need for successful leisure activities. Sports events, concerts, events and much more.

Alter Peter

There are many reasons to visit the bell tower of St Peter's Church, popularly known as Alter Peter. And not just because it is an integral part of the town's history.

For example, the idyllic view directly onto Munich City Hall. Even if you have to climb almost 300 steps to get there. The baroque high altar with its golden statue of St Peter is also worth seeing.

Beer garden

Munich is famous worldwide for its fantastic beer. In the numerous beer gardens, good local specialities await you with your beer and you are right in the middle of the exuberant beer garden atmosphere, which for a true Bavarian is simply part of the good life.

In addition to the language course, our students at the DeutschAkademie München can make many new contacts and friendships in an exuberant atmosphere.

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