Munich singles scene
A style mix of 30's, 50's and 70's furniture meets cool music like Jazz or Indie Music and gives a hint that this place is a restaurant-bar-hybrid which fits perfectly in the hip area.Inspired by the famous jazz musician Cole Porter, this venue is perfect to enjoy a good drink and fine food in a classy atmosphere.
Barschwein (consists of the 2 words bar and pig) stands in the long tradition of a typical students hangout serving most likely the cheapest beer in town.More than enough outdoor seating space for everyone, delicious beer and if it rains you can sit down in their house cellar where they used to store beer back in times.This bar is still a newcomer but has reached an infamous reputation for being the one of the most outgoing and wild bars in the university quarter.Its owners wanted to create a very Munich bar and so there is a whole wall of fame with names of famous locals.Late at night people much more enjoy the drinks and loud music to dance to.Tegernseer beer, affordable food, good long drinks and the omnipresent 1972 Olympic Games theme - this bar is a place for the uncomplicated and unpretentious and this is why locals love it.
And on Sunday evenings they gather here to watch "Tatort", an all-time German classic crime series.
The style is a translation of how Andy Warhol would have lived in the 90ies and the small size makes you feel like in your family's living room.
The Dachau Concentration Camp was the first permanent camp built by the Nazi Party.
It was opened on March 22, 1933, two months after Hitler’s rise to power, and liberated on April 29, 1945.
This tour gives you the chance to delve deep into the complexities of the Nazi concentration camp system. And you can enjoy a little bit of this Irish lifestyle in the heart of Munich.
Bavarian culture meets the urban flair of metropolitan high life like London or New York.