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Munich City Guide 🇩🇪

Let's go explore

Munich, the capital of Bavaria is great in many ways. Especially if you’re seeing the city from a Voi, as the city has miles of bike lanes, parks and cool places you have to visit.

Do you want to explore Munich on a Voi? Find the best places to go in this city guide, download the Voi app and get scooting!

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Hidden gems

Munich is known for its beauty, culture and nightlife. And if you want to check out some hidden gems, the Viktualienmarkt is the perfect spot to find some wonderful Christmas markets. During wintertime, you have to be early since the sun sets at around 5 p.m. Luckily, the beautiful Christmas lights around the place will keep you warm.

Most common Voi trips in Munich

For locals in Munich
During weekends, Voi-riding Munichs love to hang out in the center of the city visiting the Isartor or Karlsplatz as well as the famous National Theatre to enjoy some culture.

For tourists in Munich
Tourists, much like locals, love Maxvorstadt’s endless opportunities for food, coffee and shopping.

Voi friendly areas

Some places are better to ride Voi in than others. If you want to practice your Voi riding in a beautiful environment or just want to enjoy some peace and quiet (almost), head out to the English Garden. You’re not allowed to bring your scooter, but you can park it next to the Gardens and reserve it until you want to head somewhere else. There are plenty of things to do: from going to cafes to taking a swim in the famous Eisbach you can escape the busy city life and enjoy your free time.

Fun fact about Voi in Munich

One of the busiest places downtown is the Odeonsplatz, located in the heart of Munich. From there you can easy ride anywhere in the city centre: go to all the stores close to Marienplatz to do some shopping, enjoy the nature or find small shops and cafes in the university area.

Ride like a local

Munich is a crowded city in a small space - so make sure to always stay in the bike lanes and wear a helmet. When it gets cold, don’t forget to bring some gloves to keep your hands warm.

If you want to learn how to ride Voi like a pro in Munich, try our digital traffic test and earn free rides here: