Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, many of the events may be postponed or even cancelled.
Check back at the organisers’ website closer to the event for updates.
TOLLWOOD SUMMER FESTIVAL
Theatre performances, art exhibitions, live music from all over the world, and the colourful “Market of Ideas” – this is all about Tollwood Summer Festival.
At the concert stage, you will meet music legends and newcomers from all over Germany and other countries of the world.
Handcrafts market and international gastronomy choice speak for themselves.
The festival’s motto is “Culture for all”, so 70% of all performances are free to entry.
A month-long celebration of music and theatre – this is what Tollwood is!
First held in 1988, Tollwood takes place twice a year and is known as the festival “for humanity and environment”.
It promotes the ideas of waste reduction, organic living, and climate preservation.
With over 1.5 million visitors per year, it becomes a severe ecological and social project.
Tolerance, internationality, and open-mind spirit are the keystones of the event.
Of course, the entertainment program of the festival is vastly rich: from contemporary circus performances to cabaret shows, and comedy acts to children’s activities of all kind.
By the way, the Tollwood Winter Festival takes place on Theresienwiese from November until New Year’s Eve.
Arthotel Munich is centrally located and within walking distance of Munich central station.
Enjoy an extensive breakfast buffet in the art-filled breakfast room.
In the evenings, you can head to the “Bar Art” for drinks and snacks.
A popular hotel in a great location!
How to get to the festival area
The festival takes place in the Olympiapark in Munich.
The park was constructed for the 1972 Summer Olympic Games.
Situated in the Oberwiesenfeld neighbourhood of the city, the area was mainly used as an airfield until 1939.
Today, it serves as a venue for numerous cultural, social, and religious events.
From the Munich centre, you can use the U-Bahn.
The public transportation system of Munich consists of the urban rapid rail trains (S-Bahn), subway (U-Bahn), tram, and buses.
It is fast, convenient, and easy to use.
Also, Munich is a very bicycle-friendly city.
There are multiple bike rental services available if you would like to explore the area on two wheels.
And of course, you can always use a taxi.
Prices here are regulated by the government and are reasonably low.
HOW TO GET TO MUNICH
Munich is a massive city and a vast transport hub.
Planes come here and leave in numerous directions in Europe and around the world.
The main airport is situated 30 kilometres away from the city.
The easiest way to get to the city is by suburban train.
The central railway station of Munich is situated only five minutes away by foot from the city centre.
Deutsche Bahn considers Munich as one of its main hubs.
The city has connections with most German cities, as well as many other European countries.
The international bus connection is also great, linking Munich with all neighbouring countries and more.
The Central Bus Terminal is situated right next to the Central Railway Station, although you will need to walk for about 10-15 minutes, due to the railway tracks in the way.