Munich rooftop views



Quietly tucked away in a side street, yet centrally located near the famed Maximilianstrasse, Mandarin Oriental, Munich is an elegant gem, combining timeless, sophisticated charm with a contemporary, modern design and subtle Oriental accents. We offer our guests a wide array of bespoke experiences for all interests - exceeding each and every expectation. Explore all the opulence Munich has to offer with its traditional Bavarian vibe and historic connection which makes the city an ultimate destination for all travel enthusiasts. 


My Love, My Opera

This exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of the iconic Staatsoper opera house may inspire you to sing a chorus of Nessun dorma. See the lights, the props and the sumptuous costumes, and revel in the magical atmosphere.

paragliding in Munich

Free as a Bird

Free as a bird? At Tegernsee, the dream of flight becomes a reality as you take to the sky in a paraglider. A specially trained private guide will set you up for a once-in-a-lifetime, bird’s-eye-view experience of this breathtaking lake and Alpine peaks.

Gourmet Tour with Selected Specialities

Gourmet Tour with Selected Specialities

Take a tour of Munich’s food market, including the legendary Cheese House, with its exquisite Bavarian cheeses, alongside Bavarian delicacies such as ham and sausage, and an espresso and pastry shop to sample some chocolate specialities. A must for connoisseurs of good food.

view from rooftop

Audio Tour

Discover Munich on this complimentary Mandarin Oriental tour with a real "Münchner Kindl”. We’ll see highlights from over eight centuries of history. I’ll share some insights and introduce you to important characters from Munich’s past. I’ll also point out a few spots where you can enjoy local beer and other Bavarian delicacies.

Munich and its Past Under the Regime of the Third Reich

Munich and its past under the regime of the Third Reich

Munich is closely associated with the dark shadow of a Nazi past, and this tour takes in some of the significant sites of that history, including the Haus der Kunst, now a modern art gallery, the first monumental building of the National Socialist regime when it opened in 1937.

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