Munich

The capital of Bavaria and home to Oktoberfest, Christkindlmarkt and Helles – München.

Hotels

Deutsche Eiche
Reichenbachstraße 13, 80469 München
http://www.deutsche-eiche.com/
Really nice hotel with a rooftop bar, restaurant and a basement entertainment complex.

Bars

NiL
Hans-Sachs-Straße 2, 80469 München
Friendly LGBT cafe bar. With an outside terrace and friendly staff and a younger crowd.

Kraftwerk
Thalkirchner Str. 4, 80337 München
Gay-friendly café, bistro & bar serving brunch, coffee & cocktails.

Edelheiss
Pestalozzistraße 6, 80469 München
Traditional bar with an older crowd.

Prosecco
Theklastraße 1, 80469 München
Small bar with a big crowd. Expect it to be busy and crowded but fast bar service and friendly customers.

CAMP
Reisingerstraße 15, 80337 Munich
Cruise bar. Men only.

Culture

Culture

Food

Cotidiano Gärtnerplatz
Gärtnerpl. 6, 80469 München
https://www.cotidiano.de/speisekarte
Nice breakfast and brunch spot and close to the Eiche if you are not having breakfast there.

Faun
Hans-Sachs-Straße 17, 80469 München
https://www.faun-muenchen.de/
Nice lunch spot.

Shopping

SpeXter
Müllerstraße 54, 80469 München
http://www.spexter.com/
All your fetish and pride needs under one roof.

See Also

Amsterdam | Barcelona | Lisbon | Munich | ParisPorto | Randstad | Sitges

München in the snow

Welcome to the vibrant city of Munich, Germany, where the beer flows freely and the LGBTQIA+ community flourishes! If you’re a queer traveller, Munich offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere, with numerous sights to explore, delicious food to savour, and exciting events to enjoy. This LGBT friendly travel guide will give you an insight into the city’s top eateries, attractions, and accommodations. We’ve only been a few times so I’m sure there is plenty more to see and you can also check out the google maps list too. While Munich is renowned for its hearty Bavarian cuisine, you’ll also find a great selection of international dining options if hearty and meat heavy isn’t for you. (MUC, EDDM)