Ice skating in Munich is really one of the hot spots of winter – and thanks to the Schmankerlhutt ‘ n (small stands with food and drinks) and Gluhwein (hot wine), it therefore promotes physical and mental well-being. Culture and art in Munich Munich has a lot to offer for everybody who loves nature. HostelsClub.com suggests to visit the hypo Kunsthalle in the funf Hofe of complex as it is the place to see modern art and intellectuals of the city. From 28 January 2011 you can enjoy 150 paintings and sculptures of the exhibit, Orientalism in Europe: from Delacroix to Kandinsky which presents the various interpretations of the Islamic East, North Africa and the Middle East by almost 100 western European artists. The gallery in the funf Hofe of complex hosts temporary theme exhibitions.
You can enjoy the Haus der Kunst Tronies from Marlene Dumas which are interesting for paintings of the emotional movement of faces until February 2011. other interesting exhibitions you can visit are at the Alte Pinakothek, one of the oldest and most important galleries in the world with 800 masterpieces by European artists and the in the Neue Pinakothek with works of European art and sculpture from late 18th to the beginning of the 20th century. If you love modern art, you have to visit Pinakothek der Moderne, the biggest museum for modern art in Germany. You want to see here mostly new art, sculpture, photography, video, examples of design and hand made crafts and architectural illustrations which represent the modern view of life and art. It is a unique art-historical and historical-cultural ensemble. What to visit in Munich in winter Munich is famous for baroque and Rococo palaces, but mostly of them have a winter break, so you cannot visit them until March. Don’t worry, just walk through the city and enjoy the architecture and lights.