The restored and expanded Lenbachhaus, which reopened in May 2013, houses one of the largest collections of works of der Blaue Reiter school of artists. The core of the collection is a donation by Gabriele Münter, a painter and partner of Wassily Kandinsky. Apart from major works by these two famous artists, the collection contains world-famous paintings by Franz Marc, August Macke, Paul Klee and Alexej Jawlensky, for instance the 'Blue Horse' and 'Turkish Cafe'.
Culinary culture at BMW Welt.
Munich's newest address for gourmets is the EssZimmer at BMW Welt. The restaurant's appeal is an ambience that is as cosy as it is luxurious. The attention of celebrity chef Bobby Bräuer guarantees a taste experience. The menu is the product of classic French cuisine fused with Mediterranean and regional inspirations, honesty and authenticity in the choice of ingredients, handicraft and creativity.
The unique tent design of the Olympic Stadium and the Olympic Tower are now Munich landmarks. The Olympic Park offers something for everybody: athletes can burn off energy, lovers of culture enjoy concerts and cinemas, students of architecture can admire the famous tent roofs, and car fans come into their own at BMW Welt. The events calendar is packed from January to December, something to suit your taste will turn up soon.
The Brienner district.
This district between Odeonsplatz and the Kunstareal (gallery and museum quarter) is an ideal blend of traditional solidity with quality and individuality. Here you are guaranteed excellent and personal customer service. The sophisticated Kaffeehaus Café Luitpold, for example, fuses charm, style and cosmopolitanism with tradition and a passion for good food.