Unlike Berlin, Munich isn’t super famous for its club scene. Everything’s a little less flashy in the south, nightlife included. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t a nightlife. Munich boasts one of Germany’ most famous clubs (P1), hosts the largest beer party in the world, and has the biggest, grandest beers halls (which are essentially an all-day party).
Techno is still big here. If you’re looking for something more traditional to dance to you’ll find some venues that play Schlager (German folk music). There’s also a number of local live music clubs that feature metal to indie to jazz.
There are many cafes that double as bars at night where the atmosphere is a bit more calm and relaxed. You’ll find many locals in places like this, and they’re good venues to mingle with Munich people, make contacts and friends.
Home to the Goethe Institut (the German cultural organisation), Munich is also naturally a big centre for culture. Composers Richard Wagner and Richard Strauss spent time here, and there are many elegant venues for opera and classical music. A night out in Munich can be anything you wish it to be.
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