The Munich football temple

Allianz Arena, the tourist magnet

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Whether they’re whole tour groups from the Middle East or Far East, FC Bayern fans from across Germany or night owls who want to see the change of colours, the Allianz Arena still pulls in tourists from all over the world. It’s no wonder, since Munich’s football temple has a lot to offer away from the action on the pitch – and does so every day from 10am to 6pm.

Alongside the well-established Arena Tours through the Allianz Arena for individuals and groups, the FC Bayern Museum also invites you to an interactive exhibition on the glorious history of the record champions. For a refuel in between, there’s the Arena Bistro with the adjoining Mövenpick Ice Cream Shop or the Paulaner Fantreff North. No family day out is complete without a visit to the Arena.

For those who want to visit other interesting attractions in Munich, hop on board the ‘GRAND CIRCLE PLUS Tour’. These blue double-decker buses take you on a special tour around the top attractions in the Bavarian state capital.

Information overview

Arena Combi Tour, in conjunction with the FC Bayern Museum:

This tour provides an all-round view through the world’s finest football arena. Arena Combi Tours take place every day (including Sundays and public holidays), except on days of home matches and events. We also offer stadium tours for disabled people and wheelchair users, special kids tours for the little ones and exclusive VIP tours.
More information can be found here: Arena Combi Tour

FC Bayern Museum:

Football fans will be amazed as they wander through the 3,050 square metres of the FC Bayern Museum, feeling and experiencing the club. Unlike a traditional football museum, the FC Bayern Museum does not just feature prominent exhibits such as trophies and boots and kits from Bayern greats past and present – it also tells the story of one of Europe’s most famous clubs in a modern and engaging way with an evocative mixture of information, emotion and interaction.
More information can be found here: FC Bayern Museum


The pleasant and relaxing atmosphere of the Arena Bistro is the perfect place to grab a quick snack or enjoy a quiet break. Both on matchdays and during the week, the Bistro offers hot and cold drinks as well as snacks like pizza, pasta and sandwiches. Guests can also enjoy a sweet cake or pastry with their coffee, or an ice cream from Mövenpick Premium Ice Cream Shop. Those looking for the authentic Bavarian experience can find it in the Paulaner Fantreff North.
More information can be found here: Arena Bistro
More information can be found here: Paulaner Fantreff North

Shops & Kids:

Souvenir hunters and dedicated fans are also looked after at the Allianz Arena. Right next to the Museum is the FC BAYERN STORE, which offers fans everything they could want across over 1,000 square metres. A huge range of red-and-white merchandise can be found here, as well as of course the record champions’ official kit for the 2019/20 season. Kids and youngsters can also let themselves loose in the large ‘Play World’.
More information can be found here: FC BAYERN STORE 

Our tip:
Visit the Aliianz Arena as part of a city tour with the GRAND CIRCLE PLUS Tour:

Another popular way to take in a visit of the Allianz Arena is through a tour of the city. On the ‘GRAND CIRCLE PLUS Tour’, visitors experience the historic monuments and modern architecture of Munich in a blue double-decker Cabrio bus. Passengers can get off at any of the various stops to take a closer look and then get back on later to continue the tour. It’s now possible to park your car securely at the Allianz Arena for just €5 per day and then see Munich’s best attractions with the Grand Circle Tour, after which the bus will return you to the Arena.
More information can be found here: GRAND-CIRCLE-PLUS-Tour