Aying is close to a diverse collection of Munich’s attractions. Two sights that should be on every visitor’s list is the fabulous PEP Shopping Centre and the ever-popular Riem Arcaden Shopping Center. And don’t miss the International Congress Center Munich and Bavaria Filmstadt.
To gain a deeper understanding of Munich, head to one of its many cultural destinations. Browse the interactive and traditional museums and collections in Lenbachhaus, Glyptothek and the Bavarian National Museum. Enjoy seeing local and touring talent live on stage at German Theater, Gasteig and Prinzregententheater. Popular art galleries, include the House of Art and the National Collection of Egyptian Art.
Hang out with the kids at Westbad, the Nockherberg Paulaner Brewery and the Iodine Sulphur Springs in Bad Wiessee. If you love the animal kingdom try to add Hellabrunn Zoo on your trip list.
When it’s time to escape the bustling streets of Munich, visit the nearby outdoor areas. When Mother Nature beckons, visit Hirsch Garden and the Botanical Garden Munich-Nymphenburg, a place where you can escape the crowds.
Sights such as Westpark, Augustiner Brau and Augustiner Keller are well worth visiting during your time in the area. For a relaxing change of pace, spend a little time at the area’s most sacred sites, such as Calvary Church in Bad Toelz and the St. Paul's Church.
If you are looking to buy souvenirs, fashion and food, visit the various stores that are part of Funf Hofe, Kaufingerstrasse and the Olympia Shopping Mall.
If you're a sports fan, you’ll love Allianz Arena, the stomping ground of the popular FC Bayern Munich soccer team in summer. If you're travelling with someone obsessed with sports, why not surprise them with one of the stadium’s fascinating back stage tours.
Finding somewhere convenient to base yourself around the Aying area is easy. The NH Muenchen Deutscher Kaiser, the Eden Hotel Wolff and the Pullman Munich are just some of the best places to stay while you are enjoying this special area.