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BMW Welt, Munich

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See the famous carmaker's latest products at BMW Welt. Constructed between 2003 and 2007, the state-of-the-art showroom attracted more than 2 million visitors during its first year alone. The facility is designed to be a marketplace and meeting point for automotive industry professionals, amateur fans, and anyone curious about the finer points of automobile-making. Visit the adjacent museum to learn more about the country's automotive history. The website details the range of guided tours. Make your Munich itinerary with Inspirock to find out what to see and where to go.
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  • I would definitely recommend visiting the BMW Welt if you are into cars in general. In the BMW Welt you will be able to see the new BMWs (including motorbikes) that are currently being sold in the... 
    I would definitely recommend visiting the BMW Welt if you are into cars in general. In the BMW Welt you will be able to see the new BMWs (including motorbikes) that are currently being sold in the...  more »
  • Entry is free so it is worth popping into this display of BMW vehicles if you are passing or in the area. It was interesting to see the latest models and to sit in/on some of them! There is a shop... 
    Entry is free so it is worth popping into this display of BMW vehicles if you are passing or in the area. It was interesting to see the latest models and to sit in/on some of them! There is a shop...  more »
  • brilliant showcase of some wonderful looking vehicles. Never felt over crowded even though it was very busy there. I even managed to go down the slide which was some adult fun for 10 seconds. They... 
    brilliant showcase of some wonderful looking vehicles. Never felt over crowded even though it was very busy there. I even managed to go down the slide which was some adult fun for 10 seconds. They...  more »
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  • A very modern museum of all the new generation cars and Motorcycles from BMW/Mini Cooper. You can sit and see the interior of some of these cars and there's a bike corner where you can sit on motorcycles and grab a drink. A shop for gadgets/clothes is also in the building. a campus for children and a private floor for Clients who want to buy a car. you can try it for free and it is connected with a bridge to the BMW museum above the Highway. It is truly the new face of BMW in Bavaria.
  • It's definitely a modern looking building, both inside and out. If you are lucky enough to have a BMW delivered your experience there may be a 5 star one. For everyone else, it can be somewhat of a let down. Sure, I can see the latest BMW models, in some of them you can have also direct access, sit in the car, play around with it, etc. There's a small section with motorcycles, that can again be interesting to view and sit on, for a fitting. While the Rolls-Royce can be viewed and smelled from afar. There's also a store with BMW branded items, in case of interest. It's free to enter for everyone and that's also nice. Mind you the parking is not so free so be aware of that as the longer you may run around the more expensive it will get. Not that München parking is ever cheap. Still after 30 min. I found myself bored. Don't be surprised if you'll have the same experience. I'd like to see much more from BMW, to immerse myself in their world, understand more of their history, how they work, their evolution and vision of the future. etc. But not here... I'd exchange this with a trip to a fair where a myriad of automotive brands show their latest innovations. Sure it will be crowded, but I don't mind that vs the amount of novelties to be seen.
  • Nice exposition of BMW cars. You can watch and enter into the most of models of BMW and Mini. There is also a restaurant and small area for kids to make some experiments with cars and big ball track. Nice place to visit after a walk in Olympia Park. Good place for families.
  • It's a great place to check the newest models and have a relaxing time. The best part it's that it's completely free of charge and very interesting. You may also enjoy a coffee or something to eat in their open restaurant/cafeteria right on the second floor (when there's a nice weather) I love to visit once in a while to keep updated with the current technology on the automotive industry
  • One of the best car experiences I ever seen. Very spacious. Not too crowded. A but disappointing that not all the cars were open to sit in. Easy access. Close to the underground station.

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