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Euro 2024 Travel Guide: Munich

Munich is gearing up for an influx of football fans this summer, with the city set to host several 2024 European Championship fixtures.

Given that Munich is home to Germany’s most successful club, it is little wonder that it will play an integral role in staging Euro 2024.

If you plan to travel to Munich this summer, we have all the information you need to maximise your enjoyment of the tournament.

Euro 2024 Fixtures in Munich

  • Friday, June 14 – Group A – Germany vs Scotland
  • Monday, June 17 – Group E – Romania vs Ukraine
  • Thursday, June 20 – Group C – Slovenia vs Serbia
  • Tuesday, June 25 – Group C – Denmark vs Serbia
  • Tuesday, July 2 – Round of 16
  • Tuesday, July 9 – Semi-final

Euro 2024 Stadium in Munich

The Allianz Arena will be the first stadium in history to host games in consecutive European Championships after it staged three group matches at the 2020 edition.

Home to Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich, the stadium is undoubtedly one of the most iconic venues in professional football.

Euro 2024 Munich Fan Zone

Under the motto ‘Munich celebrates Europe’, fans are invited to participate in the Euro 2024 experience at the Olympiapark Fan Zone.

Supporters can watch live games on a big screen on Olympic Lake, making this the ideal place to enjoy the tournament in Munich.

The Munich Fan Zone also offers numerous other attractions including live music performed by local and international artists.

The Top Accommodation in Munich

Munich is packed with hotels to suit every budget. Here are the top options according to Trip Advisor:

The Best Bars in Munich

The top-rated bars in Munich according to Trip Advisor are as follows:

The Best Restaurants in Munich

These are Trip Advisor’s best places to eat in Munich:

Travelling in Munich

As befits any major European city, Munich offers a wide range of travel options. However, the easiest way to get around the city is via train.

Munich is centrally located in Bavaria in the south of Germany and boasts numerous long-distance national and international train routes for fans to use.

Ticket holders for games in Munich are entitled to a 36-hour travel pass for a vast area surrounding the city, meaning fans can discover the entire region by public transport.

The DB Navigator app is the ideal resource to check for potential delays, platform numbers and other useful travel information.

Places to Visit in Munich

Munich boasts numerous famous attractions, including bustling markets, restaurants, museums, churches and world-class pubs.

Marienplatz Square is a hub for many tourists, offering the opportunity to enjoy the atmosphere around the city without going too far off the beaten track.

If you fancy embarking on a shopping trip as part of your Euro 2024 experience, head down to the Viktualienmarkt to enjoy the authentic flavour of Munich.

The Hofbrauhaus am Platzl is the place to visit for the best beer in the city, while BMW Welt and the Munich Residenz are other attractions worth checking out.

You can see our travel guides for all Euro 2024 host cities here, or follow the links below for more information about the 2024 European Championship in Germany.

Euro 2024 Links

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