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Things to do in Munich

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  • Johanna Daimer

    One-of-a-kind shop with art and furnishings made of 100 percent wool felt. More
  • Merkur Spielothek

    Low-stakes gambling (slot machines and video card games) are legal in Germany, but in typical German fashion, the airport location of this casino c... More
  • Mobile Akupressurmassage

    The name means “healthy impulse,” but passengers may find the massages—done in four chairs in the concourse area—as sybaritic as they are therapeut... More
  • Munich International Airport (MUC)

    Located 30 minutes northeast of downtown, Munich International is among the busiest airports in Europe and serves as a major hub for Lufthansa and ... More
  • Nightflight Bar

    The Kempinski Hotel is built right into the airport, and this cocktail lounge feels like a private version of the terminal’s soaring, canopied spac... More
  • René Lezard

    For years, the German label with the French name had a slogan—“Unfortunately expensive”—that defined its niche perhaps too sharply. Fabrics are ric... More
  • Vedes

    Childhood memories of Legos and Playmobil toys (formerly hand-painted, now machine-made) come alive at Vedes, which features a northern European fa... More
  • Visitors Terrace

    The seventh-story, glassed-in observation deck offers a nearly bird’s-eye view of the busy runway. For stranded travelers, the terrace is good for ... More

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